Google Mail is safer now


In a blog post, Nicolas Lidzborski, Gmail’s security engineering lead, said relating to this subject: “Your email is important to you, and making sure it stays safe and always available is important to us.” He added , to explain more: “Today’s change means that no one can listen to your messages as they go back and forth between you and Gmail’s servers – no matter if you’re using public WI-FI or logging in from a computer, phone or tablet.”
As affirmed, this was a top priority of . They have more than 425 million users of ’s Gmail service.
As legally is normal, and other similar companies provide information to the NSA and other government agencies when required by a court order. But they want to stop the unauthorized access to individuals’ information.
The new encryption used by Google mail solves the problem of protecting information when it is transported but can’t offer protection for the information sitting in the user’s browser or stored at the data centers.


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