After being sold to Verizon, US telecommunications company, Yahoo, part of company's subsidiary, Oath, reported that all 3 billion accounts were affected by cyber attack in 2013.
In a statement from Oath's website, in December 2016, Yahoo was reminded that about 1 billion user accounts were exposed to data ft, resulting in new investigations affecting all accounts of this incident. Information is shared.
The statement said that due to cyber attack in August 2013, all of Yahoo's 3 billion user accounts were exposed to cyber attacks.
Unable to seize credit card and bank account information
In a highlighted statement, where Yahoo informs or users about 2 billion affected by attack, hackers were unable to capture credit card and bank account information.
Yahoo's $4.48 billion sale to Verizon was completed in June, and after sales agreement, Yahoo's assets remain in Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group 15 percent, and Yahoo is in Japan with 36 percent stocks and cash stocks and No core patents left.
Yahoo, who had shares in question, explained that his new name was "Altaba Inc.".