No. If your friends are receiving spam that looks like it’s coming from your email account, but your account isn’t compromised
Learn how to avoid risking your account security. Ways that your account can be placed at risk Not using a strong password
If your Yahoo Mail account was previously hacked and you've changed your password, but are still being told by your contacts they're receiving spam emails from your account , "spoofing" is most likely the cause.
Yahoo takes account security seriously. No matter how strong your password is, scammers are always trying to find new ways to get your personal information. If you think someone else has accessed your Yahoo account , take the following actions to make sure your account is secure
Report email sent from a hacked account Did you receive a suspicious email from someone you know? Report the account without future email getting sent to your spam folder.
Stop your account from sending spam For starters, your account has most likely been compromised . Here's what to do:
Yahoo has been made aware of a recent scam where some Yahoo customers have received emails advising that their Yahoo Account have been hacked and requesting that they call a certain phone number to get their account reactivated. The users are then advised that account reactivation will cost £125. Please note that these emails are not sent by Yahoo and Yahoo does not charge for account reactivation.