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Created: Dec 6, 2013
bacoboy Created: Dec. 6, 2013
MicCheck wrote: What information could someone get from that? If there's not sensitive information that could be obtained, it's possible that AT&T chose customer convenience over security. There was recently a discussion regarding this over on the Uverse boards; http://forums.att.com/t5/U-verse-General-Care-and-Support/Network-key-is-in-the-clear-http-lt-router-ip-gt/td-p...
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Created: Dec 5, 2013
bacoboy Created: Dec. 5, 2013
harryspar wrote: Basically, it is clear that ATT stores your passwords unsecurely. That is becoming clear to me. And since that occured almost a year ago, I can see they haven't done anything to really address the problem. Can somebody from AT&T security chime in with something less speculative if we are in fact wrong about this?
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Created: Dec 3, 2013
bacoboy Created: Dec. 3, 2013
aBenjamin wrote: Where did you change your password? From the myAT&T app or from the website? Neither. I changed it on the iPad. Settings -> Cellular Data -> View Account -> (then login) -> Edit User & Payment Information
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Created: Dec 2, 2013
bacoboy Created: Dec. 2, 2013
EXACTLY. Hard to believe they don't hash the passwords, but also that they'd email it back to you. This is something I'd expect in 1997. I'll have to think about moving to another carrier if this is how they handle security...
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Created: Dec 2, 2013
bacoboy Created: Dec. 2, 2013
It is NOT a one time password. It is the password I entered.
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Created: Nov 25, 2013
bacoboy Created: Nov. 25, 2013
I was surprised to get an email with my password in the clear after resetting it from my iPad. Email is by no means secure. This policy is VERY bad. Can somebody from AT&T comment? Thanks.
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