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14.7M people’s info stolen, costs hit $25M • The Register

In an update to a previous report, mortgage lender Mr Cooper has revealed an October breach resulted in the theft of almost 14.7 million customers’ data, including bank details and addresses. The incident is expected to cost $25 million for damage control, up from a previously expected $5-10 million. The firm is offering affected customers two years of free credit monitoring.

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