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Hi there - is there a way to figure out what a yahoo email account is from the URL string?  I ran a scan on my ipad that included deleted data, and it came back with a few URLs for yahoo mail.  I myself do not have a yahoo mail account, and am curious as to 1) who in my house does have one, 2) what it is, and 3) why they were using my ipad to access it.  Suspicions highly aroused. :/   Whenever I click on the URL link or paste it into the browser, it just goes to the yahoo login page, but it's obviously someone's email as the URL's include "inbox" and "folder" in some of them. 


Thanks for any help. 

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Could be email addresses buried in web pages that you, (or someone else), has visited.

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