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Katie Benner

Are the JPMorgan Hackers Just Hiding?

JPMorgan says the hackers that broke into its computer systems didn't get the most sensitive information, though it's possible the cyber-crooks are just laying low.
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When hackers broke into JPMorgan Chase's computer systems they nabbed name and contact information for 83 million households and small-business accounts.

But it seems like they didn't take more sensitive data like account numbers, passwords and Social Security numbers, the stuff that someone can use to steal your money or your identity. The bank says that the breach hasn't given way to an uptick in fraudulent activity.