Gmail hack you can fix
Gmail users beware, a new tool is out that will enables hackers to steal your login details.
Gmail users beware, a new tool is out that will enable hackers to steal the IDs and logins of Google Mail users that aren’t using the Secure Sockets Layer now available to users of the loved online mail application.
It’s pretty easy and only requires that you hit the settings menu but we’ve been so nice that we’re even giving you a picture. To fix this issue, log into your Gmail account and along the top right-hand side, click the link marked “Settings”. After the settings page has loaded up, don’t click anything else and scroll down until you see “Browser connection” as seen below. What you want to do is select “Always use https” and then hit “Save changes” directly below that. You’re done and all secure. You should now see a padlock in the bottom right corner of your browser when you use Gmail and you won’t have to worry about some user stealing your account (at least not for this reason). Written by Leigh D. Stark