Yahoo azatzat huailai mahhiam? Account Billion khatval kiguksak
Yahoo Inc te’n abeisa 2013 August khasung in Cyber Attack athuaklam uh Wednesday ni in genkhia leuleu uhhi. Tua Cyber Attack akibawlna panin User Account Billion khatval te ii Data teng kiguksak cih Reuters pan kiza hi. Hihbangdan in Cyber Attack akibawl lakpan User Account akiguksak lakah hih Yahoo tepen Security Breach ahuaisiapen hiding kici hi.
2014 kumsung inzong Hackers te’n Yahoo te Data guksak uh cih tukum September khasung in pulakkhia uh a, tuahunlai inzong Account 500 Million te ii Data teng kiguksak cih kipulak khin hi. Tuahunlai in akiguksak sangin azahnih in hongtamzaw sawnsawn hi.
Yahoo te genkhiatna ah tuabang in akiguksak lakah Phone Numbers, Passwords, Email Address cihte ki guksak a, ahi zongin Bank Data leh adangdang Payment Data te akigu lakah kihello ci uhhi.
Kumpi thunei te leh Security Experts te tawh kipawlkhawm in Yahoo Company te’n 2014 kumsung Hackers te guksakzia teng akankhiatkhiat uhciang in amuhkhiatbeh uh ahihi. 2014 kumsungbek nahilozaw a, 2013 kumsung inzong atamzawtham User Account naki Hack sak hihtuak mawk hi.
Tua ahih manin, Yahoo tawh kisai azangkhempeuh in amanlang in Passwords leh Security Questions te laihkhiat mengmeng nadingin Yahoo te’n zaksakna nei uhhi.
Yahoo’ Core Internet Business tengkhempeuhzong Verizon Communication te kiangah zuakding in aki kupkup laitak uh ahihi. US$4.83 billion tawh kileiding in akikuplaitak hi a, ahi zongin hihbang in Yahoo te abeisa hunsung ah Cyber Attack athuakna te hongki khuanung theihkhiat ciangin Verizon te’nzong Yahoo leidingpen akhawlkik khamaidiam cih kigenpianta hi.
Yahoo pen 1994 kumpek panin akipankhia,hunkhatlai in Internet lamah aminthang mahmahkhat hi a, ahi zongin tulamlam ciangin amasang in anauzaw Google leh Facebook te hongdemzo nawnlo hi.
Email leh Group Mailing dingin Google kizangzawta a, Social Network lamsang ah Facebook kilimzat zawta hi. (Zomi sungah pawlkhatbang Email acih ciangin Gmail bekding in atuakbang omzawzen hi) Yahoo ii amailam ding leh aleisawm te nangawn zong alunghiam phialleh kilawm, aneiding kua cih aki theician naimello hipianmai ahih manin, Yahoo Service ahi Yahoo Mail, Yahoo Groups, etc… cihte azatzat huailai mahhiam cih ngaihsut huai pianpianta hi. ZD Sawltak #zomidaily
Yahoo Mail nazat a, na User Account akigu lakah akihel leh hih “Important Security Information for Yahoo Users” Subject tawh Email khat Yahoo te’n hongkhak khading a, tua Email sung ah anuai abang in kigelh dinghi.
Link: Notice of Data Breach
NOTICE OF DATA BREACH
Dear …, We are writing to inform you about a data security issue that may involve your Yahoo account information. We have taken steps to secure your account and are working closely with law enforcement.
Law enforcement provided Yahoo in November 2016 with data files that a third party claimed was Yahoo user data. We analyzed this data with the assistance of outside forensic experts and found that it appears to be Yahoo user data. Based on further analysis of this data by the forensic experts, we believe an unauthorized third party, in August 2013, stole data associated with a broader set of user accounts, including yours. We have not been able to identify the intrusion associated with this theft. We believe this incident is likely distinct from the incident we disclosed on September 22, 2016.
What Information Was Involved?
The stolen user account information may have included names, email addresses, telephone numbers, dates of birth, hashed passwords (using MD5) and, in some cases, encrypted or unencrypted security questions and answers. Not all of these data elements may have been present for your account. The investigation indicates that the stolen information did not include passwords in clear text, payment card data, or bank account information. Payment card data and bank account information are not stored in the system we believe was affected.
What We Are Doing
We are taking action to protect our users:
We are requiring potentially affected users to change their passwords. We invalidated unencrypted security questions and answers so that they cannot be used to access an account. We continuously enhance our safeguards and systems that detect and prevent unauthorized access to user accounts.
What You Can Do
We encourage you to follow these security recommendations:
- Change your passwords and security questions and answers for any other accounts on which you used the same or similar information used for your Yahoo account.
- Review all of your accounts for suspicious activity.
- Be cautious of any unsolicited communications that ask for your personal information or refer you to a web page asking for personal information.
- Avoid clicking on links or downloading attachments from suspicious emails.
Additionally, please consider using Yahoo Account Key, a simple authentication tool that eliminates the need to use a password on Yahoo altogether.
For More Information
For more information about this issue and our security resources, please visit the Yahoo Security Issues FAQs page available at https://yahoo.com/security-update. Protecting your information is important to us and we work continuously to strengthen our defenses. Sincerely, Bob Lord (Chief Information Security Officer, Yahoo)