On November 2, a bank notified customers of unauthorized access to online customer accounts between October 4 and October 14. The bank disclosed that the incident may have exposed customers' full names, dates of birth, email addresses, phone numbers, bank account numbers, balance information, and statement histories. The bank suspended online access to these customers' accounts and offered a subscription to credit monitoring services for affected customers.

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