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Credit Service Equifax Reports Massive Data Breach: Names, DOBs, Social Security Numbers, And Addresses

CNBC reports: Equifax, which supplies credit information and other information services, said Thursday that a data breach could have potentially affected 143 million consumers in the United States. Equifax said it discovered the breach on July 29. “Criminals exploited a U.S. website application vulnerability to gain access to certain files,” the company said. Shares of.
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