Equifax says it's looking into another possible hack

Equifax has taken down a customer service web page after reports that it was serving up bogus Adobe Flash installation dialogs laden with malware, Reuters reports. Ars Technica had reported that an independent researcher spotted a credit report assistance page delivering the infected file, which some analysts thought might be tied to an ad network … Continue reading “Hack-weary Equifax yanks a web page that was reportedly delivering malware” Equifax has taken down a customer service web page after reports that it was serving up bogus Adobe Flash installation dialogs laden with malware, Reuters reports.Read Full Story

Equifax says it's looking into another possible hack

Equifax has taken one of its Web pages offline following a report that an independent security researcher encountered malicious links during multiple visits to the company's website.

Thu 12 Oct 17 from The Washington Post

Equifax takes down web page after reports of new hack

Equifax said on Thursday it has taken one of its customer help web pages offline as its security team looks into reports of another potential cyber breach at the credit reporting company. ...

Thu 12 Oct 17 from Daily Mail

Equifax takes down web page after report of new hack

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Equifax Inc said on Thursday it has taken one of its customer help website pages offline as its security team looks into reports of another potential cyber breach at the ...

Thu 12 Oct 17 from Reuters Technology

Equifax takes down web page after reports of new hack, Thu 12 Oct 17 from Reuters Technology

Hack-weary Equifax yanks a web page that was reportedly delivering malware

Equifax has taken down a customer service web page after reports that it was serving up bogus Adobe Flash installation dialogs laden with malware, Reuters reports. Ars Technica had reported ...

Thu 12 Oct 17 from Fastcompany Tech

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