(Bloomberg) -- Social Security numbers, names and addresses formillions of people who aren’t customers of Anthem Inc. may havebeen breached in a massivecyberattack disclosed by the health insurer earlierthis month.

Anthem, which runs Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans in 14states, believes information on 78.8 million people was accessed byhackers. Of those, about 60 million to 70 million were customers ofthe Indianapolis, Indiana-based insurer, spokeswoman Kristin Binnssaid in an e-mailed statement Tuesday.

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