What TWC Is Doing To Make RR Mail Secure?

The purpose of this email is not to inflict any fear among the RR com users, but to make them aware of what’s being happening with RoadRunner platform. It has been observed that the email client checks your inbox using standard POP3 protocol, then two most important things related to your email, which are; username and password get transferred on the internet. Now, you must be wondering that that this is a serious threat to your online security, right?

Well, it is indeed a big threat because a person who can access login session of your email client can take a look at your username and password. But, in order to do so, they will have to make sure that the login session has your email server. All your emails can now be readable by unauthorized people. Not just the mails that are present in your inbox, but all future emails as well. Your contacts are also not safe, as these unauthorized people can send spam messages to your contacts as well. It is therefore extremely important for you to secure your RR email in order to avoid such situations.

If you want to safeguard your www RR com mail and the information contained in it, then you must POP your email by using SSL (Secure socket layer) connection. This is going to make sure that the data transferred between server and email client turns encrypted. All this is going to be done through a digital security certificate. After it is done, it won’t be possible for any 3rd person to steal your RR com login information.

In order to fix this issue, many RR com users have got in touch with Time Warner cable tech support, but they got a weird reply from them, i.e., no SSL connection is present for RoadRunner servers. The reason this reply is weird is simply due to the fact that SSL connections are common all over the world. Such replies create panic among the users and then, they are left with no other option, but to switch over to some other platform for their day-to-day email needs.

The problem related to security is only present in those email services, which are using POP3 interface. Some of the popular email services are Eudora, Outlook, Outlook Express and Thunderbird. People are worried if their email accounts are hacked and emails are sent without their consent, then what they will do. How will they justify all that? It is very hard because most people are using www RR com login mails for professional use. So, the company need to come up with an answer to this question otherwise they will find their business slipping with every passing day.