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SCARS™ Breaking News: Capital One Announces Data Breach – 100 Million People Affected

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SCARS™ Breaking News: Capital One Announces Data Breach – 100 Million People Affected

Officials With Capital One Announced Monday The Company Has Suffered A Data Breach Involving About 100 Million People In The United States.

In a statement, officials with the financial firm said the breach happened on March 22 and March 23, when a person managed to access customer information via a vulnerability. The vulnerability was reported to the company by a security researcher on July 17, and the breach was discovered on July 19.

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