Homeland Security Has Worries About Gmail Mode

One of the most intriguing features in the 2018 update of Google’s Gmail service was confidentiality mode. Digital Trends reports that while it might improve the security of email contents for some users, the Department of Homeland Security is concerned that it could lead to more users than ever before being caught out by phishing scams.
Confidentiality mode works by not sending the actual contents of an email, but sending an email with a link to said content.

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