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    New Yahoo! Breach Exposes 1 Billion Accounts

    Yahoo Inc. revealed a new breach that allowed the theft of data on more than one billion users. This is in addition to the hack Yahoo! revealed earlier this year.

    So Yahoo! has the distinction of allowing the two largest data breaches ever, in the very same year.

    According to the company, stolen data in both cases may include your name, email address, date of birth, telephone number, and your password.



    It may be time to once again to change your Yahoo! password - and the password for any accounts that use that same password.

  2. New Yahoo! Breach Exposes 1 Billion Accounts
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    Registered User Semi Pro Member
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    Does anyone still use yahoo?

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    Registered User Semi Pro Member
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    what a bunch of yahoos.

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    Registered User Enthusiast
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    Very punny, Dan B.

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    Registered User Pro Member
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    Well, you get what you pay for with free email services. Garbage service.

  7. #6
    Ugh. I'm done with Yahoo

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    Registered User Senior Member
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    I don't understand why this isn't a bigger deal. Have we just gotten so used to all our supposedly secure information being stolen and then bought and sold?

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    Registered User Junior Member
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    Just to make things easier for future hackers, I've changed all my passwords to pAssw0rd.

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