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  2. Yahoo! data breaches - Wikipedia

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    Yahoo! in fall 2014 detected what it believed was a small breach "involving 30 to 40 accounts", carried out by hackers believed to be "working on behalf of the Russian government", according to Yahoo! executives, because it was launched from computers in that country. Yahoo! reported the incident to the FBI in late 2014 and notified affected users.

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  5. Create and manage an AOL Mail account - AOL Help

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    1. Go to the main AOL page. 2. Click Login / Join in the upper right hand corner. 3. Click Sign up at the bottom of the screen. 4. Enter and submit the requested information.

  6. GMX Mail - Wikipedia

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    In addition to an email address, each GMX account includes a Mail Collector, Address Book, Organizer, and File Storage. Every user can register up to 10 individual GMX email addresses. Popup ads are displayed to all users, including premium, at login; as of 2021 GMX was the only large email provider using popup ads.

  7. Access old mail and address book contacts with an inactive ...

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    2. On the login screen, click the down-arrow next to the username box to display your usernames. 3. Select the username you wish to see the mail for. 4. Close the login screen by clicking the X button. 5. Click the Read Mail icon . 6. Click on any folder under Saved on My PC to access your locally stored emails. 7. Double click an email to open it.

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  9. Russia tells U.S. envoy ties close to rupture after Biden's ...

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    President Biden said last week that Putin was a "war criminal" for sending tens of thousands of troops into Ukraine. "Such statements from the American president, unworthy of a statesman of such ...