AT&T Patches Server 0-Day

Silent Breach Labs

Back in 2018, Silent Breach experts discovered a vulnerability on the AT&T servers which allowed an attacker to remotely view and download sensitive files from one of their online web portals. Silent Breach can now report that this vulnerability has been closed.                  

The security flaw was first reported to AT&T's security team as part of their Bug Bounty program and had been under remediation for several months last year. While the exact details of the vulnerability cannot be revealed, the following redacted image demonstrates the general nature of the flaw:


Silent Breach's research team uncovers new 0-days in popular systems on a regular basis and works closely with the affected parties to ensure that the vulnerabilities are properly and securely disclosed, monitored and patched.

As a standard practice, Silent Breach does not confirm, discuss or disclose any security issues or vulnerabilities until a fix has been released on all affected systems.

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