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If you’ve just logged into your Yahoo email and read an urgent security letter from the Yahoo team saying that your account has been compromised, you are one of the more than a billion users that have been hacked.
The massive data breach actually happened in August 2013 but was just revealed by the company.
It’s separate to an incident from 2014 and is believed to affect names, email addresses, phone numbers, dates of birth, MD5-hashed passwords (a form of encryption now widely consideredinsecure) and security question answers, according to the company.
Yahoo said it is notifying potentially affected users and has taken steps to secure their accounts, including asking users to change their passwords.
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Yahoo Inc will confirm this week a massive data breach of its service, technology news website Recode reported on Thursday, citing several sources close to the situation.
The breach exposed several hundred million user accounts, Recode reported. (http://on.recode.net/2cnJtAh)
Verizon Communications Inc bought Yahoo’s core internet properties, including Yahoo search and Yahoo mail, for $4.83 billion in July.
Yahoo could not be immediately reached for comment. (Reporting by Aishwarya Venugopal in Bengaluru; Editing by Ted Kerr)