A bug affecting 3,400 websites leaked data, including usernames, passwords and messages sent by users.
After its disclosures about massive security breaches, Yahoo apparently wasn't worth the original $4.83 billion price tag.
And it hasn't even offered them milk. Yahoo revealed the attack in December, but it was buried by news of its 2013 security breach -- the biggest one on record.
The biggest tech news of the day includes Facebook's unmuting of news feed videos, T-Mobile's quick response to Verizon's introduction of unlimited plans and Microsoft's Brad Smith calling for a "Digital Geneva Convention."
Senators worry use of an unencrypted device could pose a national security risk.
The sanctions targeted a Russian agency for its role in US elections hacks. It turns out that agency also has say over import-export permits.
If they haven't been careful about passwords and usernames, says one expert, it could be "game over for their personal data."
The National League powerhouse loses two draft picks and must pay $2 million in fines for hacking the Houston Astros in 2013.
Currently, hackers with access to your email could use it to recover passwords from most of your other accounts. This tool aims to stop that.
Relying on a password alone just doesn't cut it. That's why the social media giant wants you to pack some hardware.
The device could be susceptible to hackers. President Donald Trump has received a secured phone from the US Secret Service.
Social Cues: Also trending on Facebook and Twitter are Donald Trump's slogan for his 2020 campaign, and a hospitalized George H.W. Bush.
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