End-To-End Encryption Could’ve Protected Yahoo Mail Users From 2014 Data Breach And NSA Spying
October 17, 2016 | By Brock Terrano |
Over the past few weeks, it’s been uncovered that half a billion Yahoo Mail accounts were exposed in a record-breaking data breach and that Yahoo may have scanned its users’ emails on behalf of the U.S. government, too. In both situations, end-to-end encryption would’ve protected users’ information.
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