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Credit Monitoring Company Says Breach Exposed Social Security Numbers

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Credit monitoring company Equifax says breach exposed social security numbers and other data from 143 million Americans.

In addition to the social security numbers, the hackers accessed birth dates, names, drivers license numbers and addresses.

They stole 209,000 credit card numbers as well as dispute documents that included the personal information of 182,000 customers.

Equifax has set up a Web site where you can check to see if any of your information was stolen.  Just click here on WILX-TV 10 for more information.

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