This week Yahoo announced that what was already the largest data breech in history was in fact 300% bugger and that in fact all of it’s 3 billion users had their data obtained. Not the 1 billion it revealed late last year.
On Tuesday the company announced that the breach previously disclosed by the company in December was in fact much higher than originally expected. Yahoo claim that following its acquisition by Verizon in June, it obtained new intelligence while investigating the breach with help from outside forensic experts.
And believes the stolen customer information did not include passwords in clear text, payment card data or bank account information.
I have to say this seems to be the new normal, hackers are looking for information and poor security is the same as leaving the door open, we’re no doubt going to become a stuck record on this one but as well as amazing I.T. Support in the Leeds area we offer we work with over 150 companies to secure their data and protect their networks.
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