Nokia Data Leak

Sushubh

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Oct 29, 2004
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We have looked deeply into the case at hand and can confirm that no personally identifiable information has been shared with any third party. We have analysed the case at hand and have found that our device activation client meant for our China variant was mistakenly included in the software package of a single batch of Nokia 7 Plus phones. Due to this mistake, these devices were erroneously trying to send device activation data to a third party server. However, such data was never processed, and no person could have been identified based on this data. To be clear, no personally identifiable information has been shared with any third party. This error has already been identified and fixed in February 2019 by switching the client to the right country variant. All affected devices have received this fix and nearly all devices have already installed it. If you want to check if your Nokia 7 Plus has received the security fix, we have included step-by-step instructions below.
 

ajgamer

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What's wrong with these companies? So much of data-leaks.

Every now there is a new data leak.