Optus advises customers to change their password, name, date…


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Optus advises customers to change their password, name, date of birth, gender after data breach


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  1. Its satire, but better than what Optus is currently advising.

    They are a telecommunications company that hasnt notified most of their customers at all.

    Note, this doesnt appear to be the only breach they’ve had. Between 1 and 2 million records of Customer info is for sale over the dark web atm, that isnt related to this breach.

  2. It’s 2022 and we can change all of those things except for our date of birth, something must be done to fix this backwardness!