Yahoo said Tuesday that the number of people impacted by a massive security breach in 2013 was three times larger than it had originally announced — meaning all accounts were affected. Roughly 3 billion accounts were breached, the company now says, up from its earlier estimate of more than 1 billion. The company has yet to disclose the cause of the breach. The new information emerged after Verizon Communications Inc., which purchased Yahoo for $4.48 billion in June, received more intelligence about the breach with the help of outside forensic experts. Analysts believe this is the nation’s largest security breach based on the number of accounts affected.
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