Tag Archives: Gmail

Some useful Gmail settings you wish you knew sooner

by Michael Ellna, 9to5Spot

Gmail is one of the largest free emails network available in 74 different languages. According to an estimate in our surrounding 1 in 7 people are using Gmail. But there is something alarming for the Gmail users. According to the Wall Street Journal some third-party creators were spying on the Gmail users data. They were collecting information from the Gmail accounts. It is something that makes you worried about your confidential data.

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Dangerous New Gmail Phishing Attack Gaining Steam

by Jai Vijayan, Dark Reading

None of the usual browser indicators of fraudulent websites are present in this method of phishing

One of the best ways to tell if a website that is asking for your username and password is genuine or not is to look at the address bar in your browser that points to the site’s true origin. But sometimes that simple precaution isn’t enough.

A case in point is a dangerous phishing technique targeting Gmail users that first surfaced about one year ago but has begun gaining steam in recent weeks. Continue reading Dangerous New Gmail Phishing Attack Gaining Steam