Equifax, the credit rating reporting agency that exposed personal data of nearly 150 million people, appears to have been hacked — again.
The (probable) hack was noticed by security researcher Randy Abrams and first covered by Ars Technica . While visiting Equifax's website, Abrams noticed that some pages redirect to a site offering a fake, malware-bearing Flash update.
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Hijacking some pages on a hacked site to target visitors is a common tactic amongst malicious hackers. Often, you won't see the malware-infested links on every page, and nothing else on the site will indicate that something's wrong. But click on the link, and boom — your computer is infected. Read more... More about Hackers , Malware , Hack , Hacked , and Equifax