Equifax may have been hacked again and it's not even funny anymore

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