March 23, 2014
Gmail Traffic Between Google Servers Now Encrypted To Thwart NSA Snooping | TechCrunch
Today Google announced that it has enhanced encryption for its Gmail email service, bolstering security to protect customers from prying eyes, especially those of governments.
As of today, Gmail will “always use an encrypted HTTPS connection” whenever a user checks their mail, or sends a new missive. According to Google, the expanded protection will ensure that your mail is safe from being snooped on as it travels from your machine to Google’s data centers. This means you are protected regardless of what sort of network you are logged into, either a public connection or whatever else.
Read more...Gmail Traffic Between Google Servers Now Encrypted To Thwart NSA Snooping | TechCrunch
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