As investors weigh the damage of Yahoo's massive breach, security experts fear the record-breaking haul of password data may be used to open locks all over the web. Credential stuffing is a key risk.
Online services tend to ask for your birthdate to make sure you're at least 13, but security experts warn the information can also give hackers another piece of information for identity theft.
Teenage computer prodigy Ardit Ferizi wasn't your typical Islamic State soldier. He didn't travel to Syria or launch a "lone wolf" style attack. He contributed in his own way -- by hacking.
If a foreign government is behind the massive computer attack that compromised a half Yahoo users, the breach could be part of a long-term strategy that's aimed at gathering intelligence.
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