: List of “Equifax domains” getting longer following data breach


A scandalous data breach at Equifax affecting millions of consumers has exposed personal information, including credit card numbers.

The credit reporting bureau scrambled to provide a search feature and information about the incident, but things aren’t looking good.

Today, Equifax stock dipped to $90 dollars per share, down from $143 in August, before rising up to $100 at 3:00pm. After hours, it’s been trading around the $95 dollar mark.

Meanwhile, a long list of “Equifax domains” related to the event have been registered, some for potentially nefarious purposes. is in the hands of a law office, while Equifax itself has registered many domain variations; many other domain names are attempts to typosquat the brand as it relates to the data breach incident.

Here is a short list below:

For a full list of such domains, see this Pastebin.

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One Response to “ : List of “Equifax domains” getting longer following data breach”
  1. Charlotte Moore says:

    Is there a lawsuit being filed against Equifax?

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