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How the Social Security Number Lexicon Work
Posted by Carlos Rios on 16 November 2017 06:33 PM

The social security number lexicon is designed to identify social security numbers in emails. The lexiconis used to detect nine-digit numbers that meet the format requirements of a social security numberand are found in close proximity to a label that identifies the number as a social security number. The social security number lexicon is included in many of the other lexicons, but can also be used independently to identify emails containing social security numbers.

 The social security number lexicon scans for a variety of combinations, including:

   Hyphenated nine-digit valid SSN sequence (nnn-nn-nnnn)
   Consecutive nine-digit valid SSN sequence (nnnnnnnnn) and in proximity to an SSN identifier (such as SSN, SS, etc.)
   A nine-digit valid SSN sequence separated by spaces (nnn nn nnnn) and in proximity of an SSN identifier


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