Google will make its dynamic email feature available to Gmail users that will let them take action directly from a message.
Microsoft said attackers read some Outlook.com email from Jan.-March, but a source said it lasted longer and hit other webmail services.
Google' sister company Jigsaw has an online quiz that tests how likely you are to fall for a phishing email.
Google has a new way to protect emails from prying eyes. Here's how to use it, and everything you need to know about its loopholes.
Microsoft has upgraded Outlook for Windows 10 on desktops, online and on iOS and Android smartphones.
Multiple Gmail users have reported spam messages appearing in their 'Sent' folders — even if they've locked their accounts down with 2FA.
Google's upcoming Gmail redesign will reportedly include a Confidential Mode that keeps people from holding on to your messages.
A new vulnerability called Mailsploit can not only spoof email addresses, but run malicious code right from an email client.
If you've got two-factor authentication enabled, you'll be safe from new attacks tricking Gmail users into turning over their passwords.
Yahoo topped its own record for biggest data breach, disclosing that 1 billion accounts had been compromised in 2014.
ProtonMail has exited its beta stage, opened the books to all comers and added mobile apps for its encrypted mail service.
You may receive an email purporting to be from your office scanner, but unless you know who sent it to your computer, do not open it.
Gmail will alert users to spoofed email addresses, which threaten security, and unencrypted messages, which undermine privacy.
Email sent to and from iCloud servers just got more secure, as Apple has started in-transit message encryption.
Last week's deluge of AOL email spam was due to a data breach on AOL's network. AOL users should change their passwords ASAP.
Remember that old AOL email account you (hopefully) don't use anymore? It may have been hacked and used to send spam to your contacts.
The Internet, and many forms of online commerce and communication that depend on it, may be on the brink of a "cryptopocalypse" resulting from the collapse of decades-old methods of shared encryption.
The secure-communications provider shut down its email service, saying it couldn't guarantee security in the wake of the NSA revelations.
Lavabit, an encrypted email service used by Snowden, has shut down. Owner Ladar Levison says U.S. laws prevent him from explaining why.
Documents obtained from the IRS reveals that the tax agency thinks it can snoop through your emails, Facebook messages and more.
Facebook is testing a service that allows a sender's message to be yanked out of a receiver's "other" folder and into their inbox.
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