Equifax has learned the hard way that people don't appreciate having to pay $10 for protection when it's not their fault their personal details were compromised. Especially if that $10 solution has its own security flaw. That's why it's now offering to waive all credit freeze fees to prevent identity thieves from opening credit lines in the names of the 143 million Americans affected by the massive cyberattack it suffered. You won't even have to give up your right to join a class action by taking up the bureau on its offer. The bad news is that it will only waive fees for the next 30 days, so you may want to tell your friends to tell their friends to take advantage of the offer while it lasts.