Monday, 11 November 2013

What you need to know about privacy, email, and particularly Gmail?


Without taking special precautions, anything you send by email is not safe. It is true with Gmail service as Google uses the content of your messages to target advertising. If you are thinking to give up Gmail then no need to do so. Here we have another solution.



When you send any email, it is encrypted with SSL but only for the first leg of its journey. Although a free, open-source known as OpenPGP exists yet, it needs to be universally accepted. But, it is not going to happen. You have to find another solution. Well, the easiest method is to keep sensitive stuff out of your email. Also, you can send most of the messages without privacy worries but when you are sending something confidential then make sure to encrypt it. This encryption is not as easy as it sounds. Your recipient should have the compatible software as well as your password. 
Apart from this, you can also skip the email service and can use another service called Sendinc. For this, both you and your recipient need to have your own accounts. Moreover, you don’t need to share your password with the recipient. But, always keep strong passwords. 
So, adopt these methods and keep your emails safe. For more from the XpertCrewTM team, please follow us on Twitter@Techvedic or contact Techvedic’s computer support helpdesk, as per below contact-details: 
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