All Yahoo users affected by largest hack in history
Have you survived the Yahoo!
hack with your information intact?
revealed the information of all of its users that was compromised in the massive hack back in 2013.
first estimated that 1 billion of its users had been affected by this hack when it first came to light 3 years after it actually happened in 2016.
And even then it was already the largest hack in history.
That's had 3 billion of them.
That's more users than every person on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter combined.
So if you have a Yahoo account, go change your password now.
According to Yahoo, the company discover this information with the help of forensic experts after it was bought by Verizon.
And they still haven't figure it out who is behind the attack.
The good news, the investigation also found that the accounting permission that was stolen did not include passwords in clear texts, payment card data or bank account information.
But that doesn't mean your other accounts aren't at risk.
So if you use your yahoo email and the same passwords for logins elsewhere, change the passwords on all these accounts.
Watch out for suspicious activity on your email, and check the last logins from the settings.
Or just delete your account altogether.
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