Google will provide more security to Gmail

Google will provide more security to Gmail

Since Gmail, the company says that the emails sent through an encrypted connection, increased by 25%. But emails sent via TLS encryption, can still be read.

Last month, there was a feature in Gmail that warns users before sending and receiving e-mail from the addresses unsafe. Today, the company announced new features and standards that enhance the security of e-mail.

Google will provide more security to Gmail

Since Gmail, the company says that the emails sent through an encrypted connection, increased by 25%. But emails sent via TLS encryption, can still be read.

To this end, Google has, in addition to Yahoo, Microsoft and Comcast Corporation, presented a new IETF draft. The project ensures that messages will be delivered only through encrypted channels, Bole that will automatically report any failures.

Last month, Google expanded the Safe Browsing feature to protect against counterfeit keys “Download“ or “establish”. When Gmail notices dangerous link in the email, it will show a general warning and advise users not to click on links in e-mail.

Google will provide more security to Gmail

A new feature that will unfold this week will show a full page warning screen, when users click on such a link, to give users a chance to refuse it. New functionality will be available for mobile applications, as well as for the web version.

In addition to prevention at the top of the page, Gmail will display a warning screen now with instructions on how to deal with vulnerabilities. Although less than 0.1% of users have ever seen these warnings in Google noted their importance, along with other security updates.

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