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     Target acknowledges Thursday a security breach may have impacted 40 million customers who used credit or debit cards at their stores.
     The announcement came one day after a security blogger reported the issue.
     The accounts would have been impacted between November 27th and December 15th.
     In a statement, the company says they have worked closely with law enforcement, and that the problem is resolved.
     Target says they alerted authorities immediately after they were made aware of the problem.
     And they say they are working hard to bring whoever is behind the breach to justice.
     Target is even working with a third-party forensics firm to do a thorough investigation.

    Target officials say anyone who suspects unauthorized use of their cards can also call this number (at 866-852-8680.)