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Are Russian hackers targeting Hillary Clinton?

Are Russian hackers targeting Hillary Clinton? New research has revealed Russian hackers have been targeting key staff members working for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.The research comes from SecureWorks’ Counter Threat Unit research team, who believes the hackers are working on behalf of the Russian government.

Google is banning Javascript attachments from Gmail

Google is banning Javascript attachments from Gmail In the name of security, Gmail will begin a permanent ban on attachments with.If you try to send a Javascript attachment after that date, you'll get a prompt that the message is blocked for security reasons.

Google is finally fixing a creepy Gmail security bug

Google is finally fixing a creepy Gmail security bug Well, we certainly didn't expect Google to ask for this data.Some Android users have been experiencing a weird bug in their Gmail app that demands access to "Body Sensors" before allowing them to send email.

Google fixes creepy bug that asked you to provide body sensor info to Gmail

Google fixes creepy bug that asked you to provide body sensor info to Gmail Who knew you’d need to give Google access to your body to send an email?Actually, you don’t, but a bizarre bug in some Android users’ Gmail apps demanded that they give the application access to “Body Sensors” in order to send an email.

How to set up a Gmail account on your iOS or Android device

How to set up a Gmail account on your iOS or Android device You may have more than one account, maybe you’ve made a new account that you want to add, or perhaps you skipped the email step during the initial setup process.Whatever the reason, adding a Gmail account is easy.

Gmail finally doubles email attachment limit, but it means nothing

Gmail finally doubles email attachment limit, but it means nothing It’s 2017, and we're still stuck with email clients that refuse to accept attachments going north of 25MB.You see, Gmail users can receive emails with attachments that are as big as 50MB in size.

Google increases Gmail attachment limits to a heftier 50MB — but only for recipients

Google increases Gmail attachment limits to a heftier 50MB — but only for recipients While email attachments continue to be a potential attack vector for hackers and cyber criminals the world over, they are still a popular way to share files.Looking to cater to that audience, Google has increased the size of incoming attachments on its Gmail platform to 50MB, doubling its previous limit.

Google is bringing native add-on support to Gmail

Google is bringing native add-on support to Gmail For now, however, the new feature will primarily be for enterprises.More: Google bumped up Gmail’s incoming attachment limit to 50MB The new Intuit Gmail add-on will perhaps be the most useful, and it allows users like QuickBooks small business customers to quickly and easily generate invoices straight from Gmail itself.

How to use Gmail templates to answer emails faster

How to use Gmail templates to answer emails faster There's a feature in Gmail called "Canned Responses" that lets you create email templates that you can reuse later, so you're not writing things like thank you letters over and over.My suggestion is to leave the "To" and "Subject" fields blank, but you can fill in either if you prefer.

No more dodging your IOUs: Gmail lets you send money on Android now

No more dodging your IOUs: Gmail lets you send money on Android now This feature is already available on Gmail's web version, but bringing it to mobile means you can have one less app on your phone — no need for Venmo anymore.You can send money to any user, meaning they don't need to have a Gmail address.

Microsoft rolls out Focused Inbox for Gmail accounts in Windows 10 Mail app

Microsoft rolls out Focused Inbox for Gmail accounts in Windows 10 Mail app Along the way, the company has also worked to improve its first-party Windows 10 apps.One of the most important is the Mail & Calendar app, which is the default mail app for Windows 10 users and still needs some work to be as good as Microsoft’s Outlook Mobile for iOS and Android.

How to turn on 'Undo Send' in Gmail

How to turn on 'Undo Send' in Gmail While this is of little consolation to those wishing they could hit "undo" on semi-recent national events, Gmail's Undo Send feature gives us all the break we so desperately need.How many times have you hit "send" on a professional email only to immediately realize you've misspelled the recipient's name?

How to back up your Gmail

How to back up your Gmail Thankfully, there is more than one way to back up your Gmail account and associated emails should the service falter or delete your data due to a software bug (it has happened).Here’s our comprehensive guide on how to back up your Gmail account so you’ll never have to worry about access your email directory or the cloud giving you trouble in those dire times when you need it most.

Gmail app for Android now blocks phishing attacks

Gmail app for Android now blocks phishing attacks From now on, the Gmail app will give you an additional warning when you click on a suspicious link in an email."The site you are trying to visit has been identified as a forgery, intended to trick you into disclosing financial, personal or other sensitive information," the text of the warning says, along with the option to continue to the link at your own peril, and report an incorrect warning.

Google issues anti-phishing Gmail update in light of Wednesday’s Docs attack

Google issues anti-phishing Gmail update in light of Wednesday’s Docs attack The invite itself would appear to be sent from one of the user’s Gmail contacts and, when opened, it would automatically distribute itself to each one of their contacts as well.To combat this, Google has pushed out an update to Gmail for Android that issues a warning every time it recognizes a link in an email that appears to be a forgery.