Medibank and Optus hacks spark warning over identity theft risks from former victims – ABC News

A hand passing another hand a driver's licence.

The first thing Sarah* knew about her identity being hacked was when a man turned up on her parents’ doorstep asking for the sexual services he’d paid for online.

Then, things got even crazier.

Source: Medibank and Optus hacks spark warning over identity theft risks from former victims – ABC News

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