Letters posted to New Hampshire Department of Justice’s website reveal that The Hartford experienced an “information incident” detected on Feb. 28. 

According to the March 10 letter addressed to the state’s Office of the Attorney General, “The Hartford detected a virus in its infrastructure that may have allowed a virus to capture the personal information of four New Hampshire residents. The particular virus at issue has the potential to capture information related to transactions conducted online. At this time, we are still unsure as to whether or not any personally identifiable information was capture but have no reason to believe that any information has been or will be misused.”

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