Gmail for iOS: Google improves security, anti-phishing
Phishing continues to be one of the main dangers in the cyber world. That's why Google continues in the processing solution in order to protect their users.
Phishing is a type of scam that is carried out on the internet in an attempt to trick the victim, convincing them to provide private information to people that could create serious damage. You can delve into the topic on Wikipedia. Exactly for this reason, Google is continuously looking for solutions to safeguard their users. From the month of may of this year, Android users of their Gmail app have already been able to take advantage of some interesting news that should warn users before clicking on any links in the email. The operation is very simple: when you receive an email with a link defined suspicion by Google , the unsuspecting user will be warned by the appropriate messages displayed on the screen.
These alerts they want to safeguard the privacy of the user and convincing the user to pay particular attention to the links received vial mail. Let's tell the truth: how many times will you find a mail, and no pay much attention, simply click on the URL you received? Google wants to avoid this!
In the meantime, the official app Gmail has been updated with some bug fixes and performance optimization. Also, according to what was reported by the same Google, in the next 2 weeks also iOS users who use the Gmail app will get these new warning systems anti-phishing.
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