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Scope Of Equifax Hack Continues To Expand
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9 Oct 2017 05:09 PM EST

The Equifax saga continues.
One of the more notorious data breaches in 2017 was the Equifax hack that exposed the private information of roughly 145 million Americans.
Now, it seems the problems may be worse than we thought.
Security experts say Equifax's TALX service used authentication procedures that are far too easy to bypass.
Many accounts can be accessed merely by entering an employer name and a complete or partial social security number.
Equifax is now facing lawsuits and investigation over it's data security practices.

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