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  5. Ways to securely access AOL Mail - AOL Help

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    2. If you’d prefer to continue using your non-AOL email application, try removing and re-adding your account. Look for the AOL logo when you go to set it up again to activate the secure sign-in method. 3. If removing and re-adding your account does not work, generate a third-party app password to access your account.

  6. Protecting your AOL Account - AOL Help

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    When you sign in to any AOL service, make sure the url begins with “https.”. The “s” denotes a secure website that you can trust to enter your Username and password. Your AOL WebMail, My Account, Games.com, etc., will contain a url that begins with “https.”. You can monitor your account activity in MyAccount.

  7. AOL Mail secure connection settings requirement - AOL Help

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    To maintain the security of your account while accessing AOL Mail through third-party apps, it's necessary to keep your connection settings updated. An email was sent to our customers in 2017 warning that AOL Mail would no longer be accessible through third-party apps if connection settings weren't updated by November 7, 2017.

  8. Uranium Struggles to Make a Comeback - AOL

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    In news that should come as a surprise to no one, the government decided last week that it needed more time to make a decision. This time, it is in regards to USEC's (NYSE: USU ) $2 billion loan ...

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    t. e. Mozilla Firefox or simply Firefox, is a free and open-source web browser developed by the Mozilla Foundation and its subsidiary, the Mozilla Corporation. Firefox uses the Gecko rendering engine to display web pages, which implements current and anticipated web standards.