Couple of day’s ago, Tech Geek and More posted about the Final 48 Hrs for Yahoo Messenger. The post went over parts of the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) about the pending demise of one of the original instant messenger clients on the web.
So we have reached the Final 48 Hrs for Yahoo Messenger. Yahoo Messenger which was one of the first mass accepted instant messenger application has been helping people communicate since it was first released on March 9th, 1998 (Originally released as Yahoo! Pager).
So it seems another anchor of the 90’s internet is now going away. According to a message posted today on the Yahoo help page, Messenger will be shutting down in July.
Yahoo has just posted information concerning a newly found breach of its systems. This hack of Yahoo systems appears to be unrelated to a previous announced breach in September 2016. This time the Yahoo breach is reportedly affecting an astronomical 1 Billion (yes that is a B in
Updated 9/22/16 @ 3:15 pm (EDT). Yahoo has now confirmed that it was breach, by what it calls “a state sponsored actor” in 2014. The hack according to Yahoo affects at least 500 million accounts (and to that can we all say DAMM!). Per Yahoo,