Thursday, 5 June 2014

Google Chrome Allows You to Send Encrypted Emails

Gmail Encryption

Google chrome can allow their users to send emails and make it more secure by encrypting it. Using add-on encryption software that will work like any other extension for Google chrome.

Google announced it's preparing a chrome extension called end-to-end to make heavy duty encryption easier.

Google had HTTPS but still half of the Gmail messages are not secured.

Gmail Message Encryption

Messages are protected through HTTPS while they are in transit the TP is transfer protocol and the OpenPGP standard used by Google will help secure Gmail messages while they are at sender or reciever's machine.

Messages are needed to be encrypted and decrypted with the use of public and private keys.