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"Heartbleed" is a security vulnerability in OpenSSL (Secure Socket Layer) encryption that was made public on April 8th, 2014. Heartbleed gives read access to the memory of the encryption functions of vulnerable servers, allowing attackers to steal the ...
Your StartMail account password does not expire. You may wish to change your account password periodically. To change your StartMail account password, follow these steps: * From a Web browser, log in to your StartMail account at https://startma...
IMPORTANT WARNING: If you forget your PGP passphrase, you will not be able to recover it and you will lose access to all previously encrypted messages. If this is the case, you must generate a new PGP key pair [1], to encrypt future messages. Your P...
At StartMail we highly value the security of your account. Our security features prevent any staff member from accessing your password and provide an added safeguard against unauthorized access of your email. While improving the security of StartMai...
Choosing a strong password - resistant to guessing and brute-force hacks - is an important component of email security. StartMail will also assess your password's strength for you, and for the sake of your security, passwords deemed "too weak" will not...
Your recovery email address is not stored in the secure vault. If you ever lose or forget your password, we will be able to help you by sending a password reset link to your recovery email address. Therefore, the recovery email address must be stored o...
In the event you lose your StartMail password, StartMail currently offers two methods of password recovery. You can either set up a Recovery Email Address, or generate a Recovery Code. This Support Center article will provide more information on how ...
Your recovery email address will be used in the event you forget your StartMail password and require assistance from StartMail to reset your password. To update your recovery email address, follow these steps: * From a Web browser, log in to you...
If you've used Internet Explorer lately, you might have noticed a new feature in a password field that looks like this: This has nothing to do with StartMail. It's called the "password reveal feature," and it's a feature of IE 10 and above. The idea...