A link exploit has been found by Yahoo Mail users that can compromise your accounts. Here's what to watch out for.
The YouTube video above was put out by hacker Shahin Ramezany who claims to have discovered the vulnerability. It's basically link spam that'll show up in your inbox from one of your contacts. As usual, you should never click on any strange or unsolicited links, but this is a pretty big example, so we thought it was worth mentioning. If you've already clicked one recently or feel that your account is vulnerable, change your password.
Yahoo has acknowledged the exploit and has confirmed that it is investigating the vulnerability. The systems deployed by Yahoo7 in Australia are often slightly different to the parent Yahoo company, but a cautious attitude is definitely wise.