8 days ago, Samsung Galaxy smartphone owners received a weird notification from Find My Phone App, which said number “1”. Samsung responded to this glitch as, accidental, and It was sent during testing. They further claimed that it has no effect on the device.
Samsung has now admitted that another glitch happened during this bug, which caused a few users’ data getting leaked. Apparently, another small number of users can access information of other Samsung users, including names, addresses, and payment card digits.
This was made official after Samsung released a statement to SamMobile. Additionally, the tech giant also claimed that both mistakes are unrelated, and both happening at the same time are not relevant. The breach happened because of a technical error on Samsung’s UK website. The data for 150 users have unfortunately been leaked. Another spokesperson from Samsung explained the issue briefly.
“A technical error resulted in a small number of users being able to access the details of another user. As soon as we became aware of the incident, we removed the ability to log in to the store on our website until the issue was fixed. We will be contacting those affected by the issue with further details.”
Samsung has to be blamed for this massive breach. The issue is in past now, and they should now focus on their upcoming security for data. If one small bug can cause the leak for 150 people, what would happen if any major glitch happened? Samsung should clearly find better security and enhanced protection for users data, else more leaks will happen in the future, that would damage their exclusive rights.
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