Google Shares Insights on How It Protects User Accounts on Safer Internet Day

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Using a firm password to the different accounts, keeping software up to date, and exchanging information to the encoded sites are not enough for staying safe online. On Safer Internet Day, there is some insight into how this system helps to keep you safe automatically on Google and beyond this.

Sometimes, some spammy messages want to steal the information of your account and they try their level best to hack the account. But now Google built lots of smart armor into Gmail which automatically removes these spammy messages before seeing them. The average Gmail inbox contains less than 0.1 percent spam.

These hackers are quite clever and intelligent as they steal the username n password and use it on spammy sites. Google’s system is still able to block them and keep the user’s account safer.

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Google also uses the same security tools to a variety of android apps and devices safer too. For android users, google built an app analyzer that builds on safe browsing technology specifically for spammy apps. Whenever a user installs a new app it warns before installing. Google constantly improving its automatic protections but users need to apply these settings on their own.

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