Cybersecurity firm UpGuard uncovered an issue with Verizon's security settings, which exposed over six million users' phone numbers, full names, and select PIN codes online. Verizon later confirmed the security breach, saying that it it was due to "human error" associated with a cloud server. Though the company acknowledged the data breach, it told CNN Tech that "no loss or theft of customer information occurred." CNN explains that UpGuard discovered the leaked data on June 13 and that...


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