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 22 Million User IDs May Have Leaked From Yahoo Japan's Servers
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Message Text: Yahoo Japan said on Friday it suspected that up to 22 million of its user IDs may have been leaked.

Yahoo said it detected an unauthorized attempt to access the administrative system of its web portal Yahoo Japan.

According to Yahoo, the the leaked information did not include passwords and data necessary for identity verification to reset passwords, such as the "secret questions" asked by the network to users in order to change access their accounts without a password.

Previously Yahoo had been monitoring activity in its servers system in response to an unauthorized access occurred on April 2 in the Yahoo! JAPAN and the detection of suspicious logins to its servers.

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