Equifax, one of the three nationwide credit-reporting companies that tracks and rates the financial history of U.S. consumers, disclosed that it was affected by a massive data breach which occurred from mid-May through July of 2017. The company said it discovered the hack on July 29, 2017. Personally identifying information, such as the names, birthdates, Social Security numbers, and driver’s license numbers of approximately 143 million Americans was stolen. By virtue of its scope and the breadth of information compromised, this data breach is potentially the worst ever. Moreover, the company has not disclosed who stole the information.
Equifax says it is mailing out notices to people who were affected.
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