Gmail Is Now A Little More Secure

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Gmail is now a little more secure: HTTPS encryption will be used regardless of which device or network you’re using to send messages.

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As well, your messages are also encrypted when travelling within Google’s data centres. Google has made HTTPS the default login option since 2010, but this latest change does improve security even more. If you want to know more about why HTTPS matters, check out our guide.

Staying at the forefront of email security and reliability: HTTPS-only and 99.978 percent availability [Official Google Blog]