State attorneys general are investigating a data breach at a subsidiary of Experian that gave criminals access to consumers' bank account, Social Security and drivers' license numbers, Reuters reported Thursday.

The attorneys general from Connecticut and Illinois confirmed the probe to the news wire service, though neither would say what other states, if any, were involved.

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