Court finds a former T-Mobile store owner guilty of hacking T-Mobile staff to access internal tools that he used to make ~$25M by unlocking customers' phones (Michael Kan/PCMag)

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Court finds a former T-Mobile store owner guilty of hacking T-Mobile staff to access internal tools that he used to make ~$25M by unlocking customers’ phones  —  Argishti Khudaverdyan was found guilty of various offenses after he stole login credentials from more than 50 different T-Mobile employees across the US.


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