Safer Gmail: more warnings against fakes, phishers, and spoofers

Safer Gmail: more warnings against fakes, phishers, and spoofers

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Safer Gmail: more warnings against fakes, phishers, and spoofers


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  1. If you download your Gmail into another mail client will the results of these new checks be in the header information – and therefore detectable by the client software?

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  2. I am glad that the internet is becoming more secure. I think that it was becoming a place in which people were being far too cautious. I think most ecommerce companies were feeling the pinch in that respect and generally people would hold their card closer to their chest. Its still far from being a secure internet but as long as we are on the right track I am happy with that.

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  3. SPF is a fantastic idea and should be implemented wherever possible. Depending on your environment it can be absurdly simple to set up.

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  4. Too bad as email freeloading consumers that we don’t have the option to block overseas domains or limit those that don’t have SPF – I think worth paying for.

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  5. This is good news; thanks for sharing. The early days of email couldn’t possibly have foreseen the hordes of spammers as an established industry, but would’ve been nice. Recovery has been (will be) arduous.
    PS: I myself have been making more spacebar typos lately with errant thumbs–odd. Anyway: 7th paragraph: detailsvor

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