How can I see who accessed my Yahoo email?
Click “Account Info” and in the new window/tab that comes up, click on “View your recent sign-in Activity” link. That’s it, yahoo will show you the past login activity for your account. The information displayed include date/time, access type, event, location and IP address.
How do I get rid of Yahoo alerts?
Turning Alerts Off Alerts off, scroll to the bottom of your Alerts list to “Turn All Alerts” and click the “Off” link. Alerts with an “Off” button next to them are already turned off. Using the “On/Off” feature is useful if you only want to temporarily stop Yahoo!
What are Yahoo alerts?
Yahoo Alerts provides delivery of information on Yahoo to your email box or Yahoo Messenger. In order to use Yahoo Alerts, you must be a registered Yahoo user. Information Collection and Use Practices. Creating a Yahoo Alert requires you to select an email or Yahoo Messenger address where your alert will be delivered.
What to do if someone has access to your Yahoo account?
If you’ve confirmed that someone else has access to your Yahoo account, immediately change your password to stop it. Click the “Change your password” link at the top of the page to quickly start the process. You will be brought to the password change page. Enter your new password and save it. Check your recovery account.
How to report security issues on Yahoo account?
Why do you need a password for your Yahoo account?
Your password is more than just a key to your online account. Choose strong passwords and keep them safe. Many of us access the Internet from different locations — a friend’s house to check email, an Internet café to check a stock quote, or the library to research a term paper.
How can I find out if my Yahoo account has been hacked?
Check your recovery account. You can have a recovery account associated with your Yahoo account. Make sure that this account is secured as well, and that it is an account you control. You can change this from the “Account security” section of the Yahoo Mail Settings. Turn on two-step verification.