Remember Yahoo’s data breach? It happened again with more accounts than last time

15 December 2016
Yahoo details another security breach that affects up to one billion accounts whose data is compromised.

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  • AnonD-621388

That is why you don't store so much personal information online.. Internet used to be about anonymity where everyone used nicknames so that personal information is safe.

  • AnonD-621388

That is why you don't store so much personal information online.. Internet used to be about anonymity where everyone used nicknames so that personal information is safe.

  • Anonymous

That is why you don't store so much personal information online.. Internet used to be about anonymity where everyone used nicknames so that personal information is safe.. Also you cannot put everything in one basket i.e gmail.. I have multiple accounts for multiple purposes hotmail,yahoo mail,gmail, and several temporary mails

  • Anonymous

And what does exactly "GMail" guarantee about account security? Or they may have had similar cases but just never reported them? I say everything about Google is streamed directly to CIA

  • AnonD-481349

"Yahoo" should change their name to" damn it"

Censored comment section! Earlier I posted that this article is clickbait as the title makes one think that data leak has happened recently whilst in the article it's only talked about the past.

  • Plus

Sooooooooo....I have a yahoo email as primary email, and how can I migrate all the emails, services that I had registered using the account to another email?? Please help me.

  • Smartphones Fan

trump get 'em banned ..

  • Anonymous

Users should sue Yahoo because they have not made sure to protect the users data!

Good Lord, is Verizon still going to buy this turd?

  • AnonD-453339

Anonymous, 15 Dec 2016Jokes on them, who even uses that site for storing personal... moreThat only happen 6 years ago

  • Anonymous

Jokes on them, who even uses that site for storing personal info anymore?

  • AnonD-340276

Outlook.com (thumbs up)

  • AnonD-576571

Switched just about everything over to Gmail.