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Paytime Inc.

Mechanicsburg, Penn.-based payroll services company Paytime Inc. confirmed that attackers gained access to the personal information of potentially more than 200,000 people. Paytime said it was notified in April that attackers gained access to its systems by stealing employee account credentials. The sensitive information included Social Security numbers, date of birth, wage information, direct deposit account information, home and cell phone numbers and other payroll information, the company said in a breach notification letter sent to impacted customers filed with the State of California.

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