More alarming news related to the data breach at credit reporting agency Equifax (EFX)  crept up on Tuesday.

It was discovered that driver's license data for roughly 10.9 million Americans were endangered during September's hack which impacted over 145 million people, the Wall Street Journal reported.

The report follows statements made by Equifax on Tuesday that a UK file comprising of 15.2 million consumer records was also breached during the hack.

Shares of Equifax closed higher over 1.2%, but are lower nearly 20% since last month's data breach.

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