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Yahoo didn’t explain what took so long to uncover a breach that it blamed on a “state-sponsored actor” — parlance for a hacker working on behalf of a foreign government.
The company said the attacker didn’t get any information about its users’ bank accounts or credit and debit cards.
Verizon said it still doesn’t know enough about the Yahoo break-in to assess the potential consequences.
“We will evaluate as the investigation continues through the lens of overall Verizon interests, including consumers, customers, shareholders and related communities,” the company said in a statement. At the very least, Verizon is going to need more time to assess what it will be getting into if it proceeds with its plans to take over Yahoo, said Scott Vernick, an attorney specializing in data security for the law firm Fox Rothschild. There is going to be a lot of blood, sweat and tears shed on this” Vernick said.
THE VERIZON IMPACT News of the security lapse could cause some people to have second thoughts about relying on Yahoo’s services, raising a prickly issue for the company as it tries to sell its digital operations to Verizon Communications.
That deal, announced two months ago, isn’t supposed to close until early next year.