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Gmail to warn when email comms are not encrypted

11
Feb
2016
Gmail to warn when email comms are not encrypted

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From now on, Gmail users will be able to see whether their communications with other email account holders – whether Gmail or any other email service – is secured. If it’s not, there will be a red broken lock icon in the upper right corner of the message.

“Gmail has always supported encryption in transit using TLS, and will automatically encrypt your incoming and outgoing emails if it can,” noted John Rae-Grant, Gmail Product Manager.

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