The past few days has been a negative one for Gmail users who were tricked by a massive phishing attacks that spread to millions of Gmail users.
To further guard against this, Google said it has activated anti-phishing feature that will warn users of suspicious links that might be malicious.
The company said in a statement shortly “we’re introducing a new security feature in Gmail on Android to help you keep your email safer.
When you click on a suspicious link in a message, Gmail will show a warning prompt helping you keep your account safe. Here’s what you’ll see:”
“While not all affected email will necessarily be dangerous, we encourage you to be extra careful about clicking on links in messages that you’re not sure about. And with this update, you’ll have another tool to make these kinds of decisions”.