TJX breach was twice as bad as first reported

Wednesday, 24 October 2007, 7:51 PM EST

The largest digital data theft ever recorded was bigger than originally thought.

A group of banks suing TJX over the compromises now claim that more than 94 million accounts were affected in the break-ins, according to The Boston Globe. The thefts included about 65 million Visa account numbers and roughly 29 million MasterCard credentials.

At Security Fix.

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