After a terrible year for security, Yahoo Mail finally gets HTTPS by default Jan 092014 January 9, 2014 Posted by Dissent Business, Online Graham Cluley writes: Breathe a small sigh of relief. Yahoo has finally caught up with competing major webmail providers, and turned on HTTPS by default. Read more on GrahamCluley.com, Related Posts:Yahoo now (finally?) offers https option for e-mailYahoo to encrypt webmail sessions by default…Yahoo! offers paternalistic crap excuse for ignoring…Another tech firm says it has quit the UK over…Web browser Do Not Track settings will no longer be… One Response to “After a terrible year for security, Yahoo Mail finally gets HTTPS by default” PHI CISO says: January 9, 2014 at 11:43 am Small Sigh is right – false sense of security is more the correct categorization Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.