Health insurance company Excellus said hackers broke into its servers and may have made off with the personal details of 10.5 million people. The insurance firm said the information belongs to customers who lived in or sought treatment in the upstate New York area. The breach exposed the personal information of 7 million Excellus Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) customers and 3.5 million Lifetime Health Care customers. The data was from patients who were treated in the Excellus hospital network in 31 counties since 1993. Excellus said it has not yet determined if the exposed data was actually copied by the hackers.
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