How to access your Yahoo Finance account in 2018
Hacked by an individual or group of hackers on June 30, 2018, Yahoo Finance has suffered a massive data breach that exposed the personal information of over 1.8 million users.
Yahoo Finance is the largest financial service provider in the world, providing a wealth of data to its user base.
The breach has exposed a number of sensitive personal data including Social Security numbers, home addresses, birthdays, addresses, dates of birth, addresses of job applications, and even passwords to Yahoo accounts.
The information in the breach includes names, addresses and dates of births, as well as phone numbers and email addresses.
The hacker responsible for the breach was arrested on June 29, 2018.
As the breach began, a series of automated messages appeared to Yahoo Finance customers stating that the account information of Yahoo Finance users had been compromised and they needed to contact the company.
A number of messages were also sent from an unknown number, claiming that Yahoo Finance was shutting down for several days.
Yahoo had previously stated that it was shutting its doors for two weeks for maintenance.
As Yahoo Finance began shutting down, the company stated that the data breach was not a data breach but rather a security breach.
However, the breach appeared to have originated from an individual who was trying to gain access to Yahoo’s corporate network.
Yahoo announced that the breach had been caused by an employee who had access to a Yahoo account.
“This is a serious security breach that affected the privacy and security of our customers,” the company said.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer said the company would be taking steps to protect customers, but also said that the company is confident in the security of the company’s data.
“We’re taking steps, and we will be working with the appropriate government agencies to address this, to prevent this kind of thing in the future,” Mayer said.
The company said that it has identified several employees who may have accessed personal information.
The Yahoo Security team is currently reviewing and will make changes to its internal procedures as needed, the firm said.
It said that customers can now sign up for free for a free Yahoo Finance trial account, or sign up at a $1.99 monthly fee for the first year.
Yahoo also announced that it is temporarily closing its corporate mail and online services.
The service also said in a blog post that it would be closing its business division and will be re-branding the company Yahoo Finance.
The announcement was met with anger from Yahoo’s users.
Users called for a boycott of the service, saying it was not enough.
“Yahoo is the most important company in the history of the Internet,” one user wrote on Twitter.
“The CEO should have known better and would have fired the people who did this.”
Another user wrote: “Yahweh can’t keep this up, they are all idiots.”
Yahoo has not yet responded to a request for comment.