How to encrypt your Yahoo email with SecureMyEmail

By Bill Bullock Jan 15 2017


It’s time to secure and encrypt your Yahoo email with SecureMyEmail.

Yahoo has had a few high profile security issues lately. Because of the Yahoo security breaches, many users of Yahoo Mail say they are abandoning Yahoo as their email provider. This will be quite a hassle too as so many have had their Yahoo email address for so long.

Updating all your contacts, online merchants, and vendors with a new email address can be quite an unpleasant project.  What about if you need to recover a forgotten password and all they have is the Yahoo Email on record?

And, what about everything you have stored in Yahoo Mail? Possibly years of pictures, documents, videos, and lots and lots of information.

We’d love to save you all that frustration.

SecureMyEmail™ can add military-grade security and encryption to your Yahoo email (and 4 other accounts of your choosing, business or personal) for $29.99/yr or $3.99/mo.

Better yet, it comes with a 30 day free trial.

We think you’ll be very impressed.

Any email encrypted with SecureMyEmail can only be opened by you and your recipients. We can’t even open it as the private decryption key is only on your device(s) and is additionally protected by a secret passphrase that only you know.

Even if hackers break into your Yahoo email in the future, any email (and attachments) secured with SecureMyEmail will be encrypted and impossible to view unless they have your device, decryption key, SecureMyEmail login, AND the secret passphrase that only you know. It’s not going to happen.

You can even send your older email to yourself and it will be secured and encrypted along with any attachments, such as documents, pictures, videos, etc.

So, before you go through the pain of changing email providers, give SecureMyEmail a try.