Episode 1296 – FamilySearch Notifies Users About A Breach…Months After They Discovered It

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A genealogy site called FamilySearch notified their customers of a breach. The interesting part is the notice came out 7 months after they knew of the breach and their explanations are different.

Be aware, be safe.

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