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The Equifax Hack: What We Know
The breach compromised about 209,000 Social Security numbers as well as credit card numbers, birth dates, addresses and driver’s licenses aggregated by the credit reporting firm, which tracks financial histories of both customers and non-customers alike. Core consumer and commercial credit databases were unaffected.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is allegedly tracking the intrusion, and the more than 820 …