• Yahoo sued over data breach

    Yahoo is facing a class action lawsuit that alleges that the internet firm showed a reckless disregard for the security of its users that resulted in a breach affecting half a billion people

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  • Yahoo security still poor despite massive breach, claims Venafi

    Yahoo is likely to have been a victim of its own encryption and security is still poor despite the huge breach that hit the company in 2014, according to security firm Venafi

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  • How do you think this mega breach will impact Yahoo’s brand and its sale to Verizon?

    Michael Heller2,825 pointsBadges:
  • Yahoo breach leaves 500 million accounts compromised

    Yahoo confirmed it was the victim of one of the largest mega breaches in history two years ago when information on at least 500 million user accounts was stolen.

    Michael Heller2,825 pointsBadges:
  • Yahoo under fire over data breach affecting 500 million users

    Yahoo comes under fire for not detecting and notifying users sooner of the biggest breach of personal details to date

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  • More Bash security flaws emerge; Yahoo says attack was not related

    Yahoo says a reported attack was not the result of a Shellshock exploit, but researchers have found new vulnerabilities in SSH key-management and network-attached storage systems.

    Brandan1,125 pointsBadges:
  • Hacker attacks following Verizon purchase of Yahoo

    A hacker has claimed to have stolen 200 million user account details from Yahoo

    Cliff Saran6,980 pointsBadges:
  • Yahoo and WebEx boost IM and web conferencing

    Users of Yahoo's enterprise instant messaging (IM) product can now launch web conferences directly from their IM client.

    ITKE435,915 pointsBadges:
  • Is Verizon’s purchase of Yahoo a good move? Why or why not?

    Brian Holak1,520 pointsBadges:
  • Verizon purchase of Yahoo a risky bid for digital content

    With the Verizon purchase of Yahoo, the telecommunications company hopes to break into the cutthroat business of digital content, but challenges await. Also: Oracle invests in cloud; more Microsoft layoffs.

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