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2013-09-27, 08:40 #1
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Millions Exposed by New Identity Theft Scheme
Following appeared on "infopackets" today:
Millions of Americans have had their most sensitive personal information exposed by hackers who bypassed the security of several major data companies.
The attacks were launched by hackers who ultimately sold the stolen data to a group called SSNDOB, which stands for Social Security Numbers, Dates of Birth.
The hackers infiltrated servers belonging to major data brokers, including LexisNexis, Kroll Background America, and Dun & Bradstreet.
Here is the link to read it all:
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