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    Now Protect yourself from scams in GMail


    GMail has introduced a new feature which will show you who really sent the email to you. This feature will tell whether the email is originated from correct sender or not. There by you can Protect yourself from the scammy emails.

    Below is the screenshot taken from Gmail Blog:

    According GMail Blog:

    Phishing messages are a form of spam that attempt to deceive recipients in order to gain access to their personal information. Starting today, Gmail will automatically display more information about the origin of certain messages you receive so you can be better informed and protect yourself from getting tricked. If someone fakes a message from a sender that you trust, like your bank, you can more easily see that the message is not really from where it says it’s from.

    Whenever you receive a message from someone who isn’t already in your Gmail contacts, the header will now show the sender’s email address like this:

    Websites sometimes send emails on behalf of someone, like when your friend Mike sends you an article from abc.com using one of the site’s “Share this story” links. Gmail will now show this information more prominently:

    Websites sometimes send emails on behalf of someone, like when your friend Mike sends you an article from abc.com using one of the site’s “Share this story” links. Gmail will now show this information more prominently:

    Gmail will also automatically detect suspicious messages and display a warning when it looks like someone may have spoofed a Gmail address (we do this by evaluating the message’s authentication data).

    If you determine that an email is a phishing attempt, please let us know by reporting it (you can always do this by clicking the down arrow next to “Reply” at the top-right of the message and selecting “Report phishing”).

    Via

    If you determine that an email is a phishing attempt, please let us know by reporting it (you can always do this by clicking the down arrow next to “Reply” at the top-right of the message and selecting “Report phishing”).

    Via GMail Blog

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    One Comment

    1. Funny Posts says:

      Nihar
      U have pasted the as it is text from the blog.
      Its good that u have given below via link also. But then also don’t you think its not as much good approach as seo as it wud be if u write this text also in ur own wrds

      ATUL

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