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Kroger alerted current and former employees this week that their data – including Social Security numbers and birth dates – may have been compromised as a result of a breach at Equifax’s W-2Express website.

In an email to those potentially affected and cited by the Inquistr, the grocery chain, which has about 400,000 employees, said that while the investigation into the Equifax “security incident” is ongoing, “it appears that unknown individuals accessed the W-2Express website using default login information based on Social Security numbers (SSN) and dates of birth, which we believe were obtained from some other source, such as a prior data breach at other institutions.”

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