I’ve had a Yahoo account for over 10 years without a problem, even as I moved my business accounts over to Gmail. I am still looking for friends to do it this way, just as friends to communicate and this way it should work, but there are so many asking for partners, recruitments and concerning banking and money which is spam.
Shouldn’t my security questions have been presented in this scenario? I also have location history turned on, so it’s not just my own manually saved locations (some of which are ancient), but Yahoo’s automated location technology keeping track of me. A simple rule set could have been applied here where users are asked to validate identity if the login (even a successful one) is outside of a 500 mile radius of any prior location. Postscript: Leave A Comment // Subscribe (RSS Feed) Hello, I think it would work out better if you had email friends direct as I seek.
So I put the problem on the back burner and proceeded to have a fun family day. The thing is, I’d gotten a number of these same emails lately from other hacked Yahoo accounts.
I Have Good Friends I didn’t want our day at the Zoo ruined, me staring into my phone resetting passwords and figuring out what happened.
Email Abuse Help and use this process if you are unable to login to your Yahoo! Also, make sure to read the comments on this post since there is a tremendous amount of good information there as well.): Yahoo has introduced second sign-in verification as an added security measure.
We are at a red light on Sloat Boulevard when my phone started to vibrate.
On a lark, I checked Yahoo’s ‘View your recent login activity’ link.