fbpx

Blogs

  • Home
    Home This is where you can find all the blog posts throughout the site.
  • Categories
    Categories Displays a list of categories from this blog.
  • Tags
    Tags Displays a list of tags that have been used in the blog.
  • Bloggers
    Bloggers Search for your favorite blogger from this site.
  • Archives
    Archives Contains a list of blog posts that were created previously.
  • Login
    Login Login form
Subscribe to this list via RSS Blog posts tagged in yahoo
19
Oct

Yahoo Secretly Scanning User Emails On Behalf Of US Government

Posted by on in Search Engines
According to a Tuesday Reuters report, Yahoo built a software in 2015 that let them screen their users’ emails for the US government. The tech firm did the scanning without the knowledge of the company’s CSO (Chief Security Officer), two former... Continue reading
Hits: 864
Rate this blog entry:
0
24
Sep

After the sale, what happens to Yahoo's leftovers?

Posted by on in Search Engines
When Verizon announced Monday it was snapping up Yahoo for a cool $4.83 billion, the sale was hailed as the death knell for the early internet, but it also raised questions about the future of some of its properties in the Asia... Continue reading
Tag:
Hits: 814
Rate this blog entry:
1
24
Sep

Rumor Mill: Yahoo Breach Affected Hundreds of Millions

Posted by on in Search Engines
Yahoo has disclosed that a massive data breach resulted in the exposure of at least 500 million users' accounts. Don't leap to conclusions on the basis of a new report that suggests Yahoo is preparing to warn the world that it was hacked... Continue reading
Tag:
Hits: 648
Rate this blog entry:
0
24
Sep

The best thing you can do to protect yourself from hackers

Posted by on in Internet Privacy
Two-factor authentication: Learn these words well and you'll feel better when giant hacks splatter passwords and email addresses all over the dark web. Yahoo conceded Thursday that information linked to 500 million user accounts has been leaked by hackers. If you're one of... Continue reading
Hits: 1131
Rate this blog entry:
0
23
Sep

Why was Yahoo's hack response so slow?

Posted by on in Internet Privacy
What a spectacular mess, Yahoo. At least 500 million accounts across your myriad services have been hacked. Data ranging from phone numbers to date of birth, email addresses, phone numbers and security questions (but, mercifully, not decrypted passwords) have been in the hands... Continue reading
Tag:
Hits: 939
Rate this blog entry:
0
22
Aug

Google Loses Search Market Share ... to Yahoo?!

Posted by on in Market Research
A week and a half ago, we highlighted numbers from StatCounter that demonstrated that Google was losing market share to Bing. This made sense: Bing is a new search engine with heavy marketing and compelling features.   Numbers released by Nielsen... Continue reading
Hits: 916
Rate this blog entry:
0

airs logo

Association of Internet Research Specialists is the world's leading community for the Internet Research Specialist and provide a Unified Platform that delivers, Education, Training and Certification for Online Research.

Get Exclusive Research Tips in Your Inbox

Receive Great tips via email, enter your email to Subscribe.

Follow Us on Social Media