Yahoo Emails Hacked, No One Affected

Posted: January 31, 2014 in breaking news, humor, manly humor, popular culture & entertainment, technology
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Yahoo News- Late Thursday Yahoo! acknowledged hackers accessed a number of its Mail accounts through a third party and that the affected accounts must now reset their passwords. If you didn’t know your Yahoo! Mail password, you’re in luck. In a post on the company blog, Yahoo! says their servers are still safe. But the company acknowledged hackers used a “third-party database compromise” to log in to multiple Yahoo! Mail accounts. The hackers seemed to target “names and email addresses from the affected accounts’ most recent sent emails,” the company said. Yahoo! did not disclose how many accounts were affected. In response the tech behemoth is forcing affected accounts to reset their passwords using two-step verification, if possible. The company also says it contacted federal law enforcement and “implemented additional measures to block attacks against Yahoo’s systems.”

Well good news everyone in 2014, you didn’t get your e-mail hacked because you are using Gmail or Microsoft. Is this how hackers start out their careers, like a farm system for the big time guys who hack the White House? Break into a bunch (8) of Yahoo e-mail accounts to see spam from Tranny sites and foreigners trying to sneak their families into the country. Because if you still have a Yahoo account you are into really weird shit or aren’t from America. Also you’re probably still figuring out who deserves to be in your Myspace top 8 and download all of your music on LimeWire. I love that Yahoo just said ‘they accessed a number of Mail accounts’ because they were ashamed to say that not one fucking person was affected by this shit. Gmail rules.

-Jesse

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Comments
  1. T. D. Davis says:

    There’s no privacy anywhere anymore, anyway.

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