MADRID, 28 Oct. (EUROPA PRESS) -
Telefónica has recommended to some of its fixed connection customers that they change their WiFi router password in their homes after having registered an "unauthorized access" in an action that has not involved the theft of personal data.
From the operator they have transferred to Europa Press that there has been unauthorized access to the router configuration data of a group of Movistar and O2 clients.
However, the company has insisted that sensitive data such as your address, name or bank details have not registered any anomaly.
In this way, the company has stressed that, with the data obtained, the alleged cybercriminals could only connect to the victim's WiFi if they happened to be near the victim's home.