If it wasn't disaster enough today that AT&T's order system fell over, then ran out of pre-order stock on the first day, Gizmodo is reporting that AT&T's order system has been giving out other users' information to people who login to order their new iPhone.
According to Gizmodo, a group of customers are experiencing the problem if they login using their own username and password. Once logged in, the order system would take them to a whole other users' account, which in turn, gives access to all kinds of private information about the other user - such as: Addresses, phone calls and bills, as well as whatever other information AT&T has that can be accessed through the online ordering system.
Gizmodo reports that according to an AT&T insider, the login issues are linked to an update to the AT&T server software that was performed in the weekend with "no testing" done afterwards. The article insider says:
"[...]Over the weekend there was a major fraud update that went down on all of AT&T's systems, from Saturday overnight to Sunday early morning. All systems were down and agents were unable to use any systems.