What will you do about yahoo?
December 15, 2016 8:28am CST
As you know, more than a billion accounts were hacked and information stolen. Does that mean that someone has all our information that was stored in our emails that we have saved? And now someone could use that information to rob us or harm us or our loved ones? How safe are we on the internet? What will you do about yahoo or any other online information that you now have stored where you thought it was safe?
11 people like this
• Washington, District Of Columbia
I still use email and now that I think of it, emails from my credit cards go there, I am worried a little, I might just have to stop those emails from going to yahoo. My good friend won't use email for any correspondence. I need to look into what to do. What do U think I should do???
• Guangzhou, China
15 Dec 16
I seldom use Yahoo. But I have an email account in Yahoo which I almost don't use it at all. I think in the internet there is nothing to be 100% safe. Especially after watching the movie about Snowden. If you are worried about it, at least you shall zip your important files with password. It is much more difficult to decode the zipped files with password.
• Riga, Latvia
15 Dec 16
I believe this has happened before. I have a Yahoo email account but I believe I have not information in there that anyone could use for anything. My two favorite emails are gmail and GMX so perhaps I will close up the Yahoo one except that I have it because some friends have it too and we can communicate better. Well thanks for the warning I'll take a look at what happens.