Hackers stole 21 million Social Security numbers in federal breach
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Hackers stole 21 million Social Security numbers in federal breach

Hackers stole Social Security numbers from more than 21 million people who applied — or were related to someone who applied — for background checks.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: mashable.com

Social Security numbers; findings from interviews; FINGERPRINTS; information about past addresses, education and jobs; criminal and financial histories; and “some information regarding mental health.”


… With all those fingerprints, it’s kind of easy to spoof biometrics.

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Hackers stole 21 million Social Security numbers in federal breach