Safety Center: Security
Check out these tools for protecting your information both on and off Yahoo.
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.
It's incredibly convenient to be able to use the Internet when you're out and about, but there are some precautions you should take any time you use a network that can also be used by people you don't know and trust.
Antivirus software can detect many — although not all — forms of malicious software before they have a chance to affect your computer.
A password is like a toothbrush: Choose a good one, don't share it with anyone, and change it at the first sign of a problem.
Scammers can steal your identity if they get pieces of your personal information. Learn how to protect yourself.
Even if you've taken precautions to protect your computer from malicious software, other potential dangers could harm your data.
If you think you've given confidential personal information to a phishing site, then follow these guidelines to help prevent your information from being used illegally.
Suspect your computer is infected with a virus or other malicious software? Take action.
There are several ways for you to report security issues on Yahoo.
Your password is more than just a key to your online account. If your password falls into the wrong hands, someone can easily impersonate you while online.
If you receive an email (or instant message) from someone you don't know directing you to sign in to a website, be careful! You may have received a phishing email with links to a phishing website.