Isn’t Your Yahoo Mail Account Secure !! Get it Done Now

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Looks like as if your Yahoo account is still insecure!!

If you feel so, then why not taking effective steps to secure your Yahoo mail account...

Nothing to worry as several options are available for you to protect the Yahoo mail account. Not only Yahoo but any email account once compromised, gives a lot of pain as personal information stored in the emails accumulated in the inbox get compromised and all other bank accounts associated with email account does not remain safe. Same things happen in the case of Yahoo email account.

Here are the effective strategies or tips that can keep your Yahoo email account secure from the unauthorized access.

  • Enable Yahoo Account Key Feature

  • Enable two-factor Authentication

  • Keep changing Email Account Password

Let’s start discussing these strategies one by one:

1. Enable Yahoo Account Key Feature

As everyone knows that email passwords can be hacked very easily by the scammers as many users have the tendency to access the same at public places where keyloggers are installed that save your password which hackers use to perform the unauthorised access. In order to prevent these happening quite frequently, you’re advised to set up Yahoo account key.

It’s actually an amazing features hat nullifies the importance of password remove all possibilities of hacking the same as the unique account key is generated on the phone every time, you attempt access to Yahoo mail account. But for this, you are supposed to have a smartphone device with Yahoo App installed on it.

Here are the steps to enable or setup Yahoo account key feature:

  • Login into Yahoo mail account and navigate to account info

  • Click on Yahoo account security and then press the button “setup account key”

  • Now select the device you need to be notified by entering the phone number

  • Select the option “Send me a notification”

  • Now check your smartphone device on which notification is received.

  • Tap on Approve button

  • Now opt for the option “Always Yahoo account key on your web browser”

  • Enter the mobile number to get it registered to receive Yahoo account key

2. Turn-on 2 Step Verification: You can turn on 2-step verification to secure your account from unauthorized access, the account key is sent via text message on your mobile number which needs to be entered in the box as seen on the link:

  • Login into Yahoo mail account and navigate to account info.

  • Click on Yahoo account security and move the toggle button alongside the option two-step verification.

  • As you do the same, rectangular pop-up box appears on the screen in which you need to select the country and provide your authentic phone number.

  • Get the security code on the phone and enter the same in the box to enable the two-step verification, which can combat the malicious attempts of the scammer who have intentions to make unauthorized inroads into yahoo account to perform identity theft and perform activities that can ruin the accountholder badly.

3. Enter Secure Password: Do not forget to change the password of Yahoo mail account on a regular basis. It should be done immediately when you use insecure WiFi connection to access the email account on smartphone device or on a laptop. Keyloggers in the network detect your password and send it to the hackers who can intrude into Yahoo account and perform malicious activities.

As if you find problems implementing any of these strategies, the best idea that is suggested is to look for Yahoo customer care toll-free number on the web to get expertise solutions when it matters the most.

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Created on Feb 15th 2018 05:54. Viewed 875 times.


Sam Anderson Junior  Technical Adviser
Very informative post !! Really effective way to secure Yahoo account without any hassle.
Feb 16th 2018 00:13   
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