Country : Palestinian Territory, Occupied
yep.. certainly not the folk you want poking around the snap account ;)
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jonathan18: We had the same problem; Snap said there are a few in the same boat. We contacted them after we found we were having problems with the line with people not able to ring us and us not able to ring out (assume the line was busy calling Madagascar at the time!). This led them to finding we also had been hacked. Snap fixed it relatively quickly and reversed all charges, but agree this is a vulnerability that no one should have been able to exploit if Snap had done their job correctly in the first place. They gave me a little sweetener to help with my current data shortfall, so I'm not too unhappy!
Edit: damn, in updating the router's firmware they've also deleted any call data so I don't get to see what exotic places I've been 'calling'. Hopefully this'll be on our next bill.
timmmay: Snap set up my router, but I've disabled remote access to it to prevent things like this happening.
DarthKermit:timmmay: Snap set up my router, but I've disabled remote access to it to prevent things like this happening.
Damn, I was just planning to make a whole lot of phone calls to my investment adviser in Nigeria using your router.