Google makes Gmail safer in mild of NSA snooping
Your Gmail inbox might be filled with chain letters and kitten photographs, however Google simply introduced two safety modifications that’ll assist hold prying eyes away from all of your essential messages. Any longer, Google will all the time use a safe HTTPS connection if you’re checking or firing off emails. You might keep in mind that Google made such safe browser connections the default again in early 2010, however you all the time had the choice to disable HTTPS for those who actually believed within the safety of your community. The second (and arguably juicier) change is that your messages might be encrypted as they get routed by means of the corporate’s many knowledge facilities. Google is not precisely being coy about why, both. It stated in a weblog submit that internally encrypting these messages turned a precedence “after final summer time’s revelations”… a not-so-delicate means of claiming it does not need organizations just like the NSA poking round the place customers don’t need them.