Hackers Posted 400,000 Yahoo Voices User Passwords Online

Hackers were able to gain access to approximately 400,000 Yahoo Voices user account passwords and posted them online. It is reported that hackers from the group "D33D Company" has taken responsibility for the security breach. The group wants Yahoo to improve security and their users to stop using passwords that are over-used and easily guessed.

Hackers Posted 400,000 Yahoo Voices User Passwords Online

The most over-used passwords according to betanews.com:

  • password
  • 123456
  • 12345678
  • 1234
  • qwerty
  • 12345
  • dragon
  • p*ssy
  • baseball
  • football
  • letmein
  • monkey
  • 696969
  • abc123
  • mustang
  • michael
  • shadow
  • master
  • jennifer
  • 111111
  • 2000
  • jordan
  • superman
  • harley
  • 1234567

If you have a Yahoo account, please do the following:

  • Change your password to one that is not easily guessed
  • Pressure Yahoo to improve its security

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Note: Some of the information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.
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Hackers Posted 400,000 Yahoo Voices User Passwords Online