Gmail Going To Enable High Security Against Phishing

Phishing which a spam process that proving sensitive information to gaining a users “username” & “password” or credit card details. Currently Gmail Fighting phishing with eBay and PayPal and soon they will make it more secure to protect phishing. It’s not possible to fully protect spam mails or phishing attempts but developer working hard to resolve this problem. For user already they giving red alerts for phishing attacks.

Gmail’s software engineers Brad Taylor saysNow any email that claims to come from “paypal.com” or “ebay.com” (and their international versions) is authenticated by Gmail and — here comes the important part — rejected if it fails to verify as actually coming from PayPal or eBay. That’s right: you won’t even see the phishing message in your spam folder. Gmail just won’t accept it at all. Conversely, if you get an message in Gmail where the “From” says “@paypal.com” or “@ebay.com,” then you’ll know it actually came from PayPal or eBay. It’s email the way it should be.

Gmail Fighting phishing with eBay and PayPal [via gmail blog]

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