While rumors have been circulating for a while, AT&T recently confirmed a data breach that affected as many as 73 million current and former customers.

The data leak, which was discovered on the dark web, included sensitive information such as Social Security numbers, passcodes, full names, email addresses, mailing addresses, phone numbers, and dates of birth. While AT&T says the compromised data is from 2019 or earlier and doesn’t include financial information or call history, it’s still a major security breach.

The company is currently investigating the source of the leak. You can find more information HERE on the breach. We recommend changing passwords on AT&T accounts and encourage employees to do the same.