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Gmail alerts users about non-encrypted messages
Google is working company is currently adding a new feature-mail to their e Gmail is to warn users in the form of an alert pop up in the event of receiving the e-mail message from an unencrypted source, and the move comes from Google Inc. in response to the security threats that link for users of Gmail, and in an attempt to help Taking the issue of its users and protect them seriously.
Revealed Google Inc. on the results of recent research regarding the e-mail security, and published those results across a post on the official blog, and concluded that the results of that study, which was conducted in partnership with the University of Illinois and the University of Michigan for two years to promising results which show that there is an increase in reliance on encryption widely.
Joint research project and pointed out that 94% of incoming messages to Gmail can now be authenticated, which makes things more difficult for phishers, but at the same time, the researchers also found that there are areas of online activity prevents encrypt messages by tampering with requests start Secure SSL connections .
Although the Gmail a default using a safe way HTTPS for communication between the user’s browser and mail servers, but studies indicate that the process of sending e-mail between servers of different e-leave messages without encryption, and worked Google Inc. and providers of other e-mail services over the past few years especially after Snowden leaks to change this.
The figures indicate today that 57% of the messages that the other e-mail services users send to Gmail mail be encrypted while 81% of outgoing messages from a Gmail to other e-mail services encrypted providers, while all communications between my Gmail permanently is encrypted.
The Panel noted that a number of malicious DNS servers which allow an attacker to intercept messages sent to users before her reception, and are similar in the way they work phone that is deliberately misleading lists the phone numbers for a particular name guide.
The team added: “While this type of attack, a rare but it is very exciting for concern because it allows an attacker to censor or change messages before they reach the recipient’s mail.”
Google is working with researchers to prevent this kind of attack and to provide peace of mind to its users, and is expected to be those of airmail Gmail changes go into effect in the coming months.Viewing:-195
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