Equifax said on Thursday that it identified an additional 2.4 million U.S. consumers affected by last year's massive data breach, bringing the total number of people whose data was compromised to more than 147 million.
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Equifax has warned that its massive data breach has prompted some customers to hold back business during the past quarter.
Four Equifax executives who sold shares before the firm disclosed a massive data breach were not aware of the incident when they made the trades.
Equifax was alerted in March to the software security vulnerability that led to hackers obtaining personal information of more than 140 million Americans.
A website that leaked credit reports of celebrities and government officials last week appears to have a curious link to the malicious banking software known as "Zeus."
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