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How to find out if you’re affected by the massive Equifax cyberattack

Data breaches are so common that we’re hardly surprised to hear that a new entity was breached, whether it’s a governmental agency or a private company. But the Equifax hack that was just disclosed is more troublesome than the average cyber heist because of the kind of personal information credit reporting agencies hold, information that malicious individuals can easily use to steal one’s identity.
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