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Equifax website hacked again, this time to route to feign Flash update

In May credit stating service Equifax’s website was breached by enemy who eventually done off with Social Security numbers, names, and a dizzying volume of other sum for some 145.5 million US consumers. For several hours on Wednesday the site was compromised again, this time to broach fake Adobe Flash updates, which when clicked, putrescent visitors’ computers with adware that was rescued by only 3 of 65 antivirus providers.

Randy Abrams, an eccentric confidence researcher by day, happened to revisit the site Wednesday dusk to competition what he pronounced was fake information he had just found on his credit report. Eventually, his browser non-stop up a page on the domain hxxp:centerbluray.info that looked like this:

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