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Equifax wants you to enter your social security number here to find out if it was hacked

Credit reporting firm Equifax just announced it was the victim of a “cybersecurity incident” that impacted as many as 143 million people in the United States. The information accessed included social security numbers, birth dates, and addresses. In a few cases, credit card and driver’s license numbers were accessed, too. For those potentially impacted, Equifax has already set up … Continue reading “Equifax wants you to enter your social security number here to find out if it was hacked” Credit reporting firm Equifax just announced it was the victim of a “cybersecurity incident” that impacted as many as 143 million people in the United States.
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