Equifax takes down web page after new compromise

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Equifax takes down web page after new compromise

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Equifax said it has taken one of its customer help website pages offline as its security team looks into reports of another potential compromise at the credit reporting company.  Independent security analyst Randy Abrams found that part of Equifax's website was under the control of ...

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