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Data leaked from 1,200 Koodo customers

Briefs | 03/09/2020 4:30 pm EDT

Telus Corp. has confirmed that its flanker brand Koodo Mobile was subject to a data breach in February, and that some of the information has been put up for sale “on the dark web.” 

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