A South Carolina employee who clicked on a link in an email was the first step for hackers to later obtain millions of Social Security numbers and bank accounts from the state's servers.
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The South Carolina Department of Revenue has announced that a cyber attack has exposed over 3.6 million of the state's Social Security numbers, along with 387,000 credit and debit card numbers.
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