Yahoo to unite with Google to make Spy-free Mail System

By | August 8, 2014


Yahoo Inc announced it will join Google Inc to make Spy-free Mail System by next year that could make almost impossible for hackers or government officials to read users’ messages or emails, The Wall Street Journal reported.

The move comes as large technology organizations unite to augment their barriers against government interruption and hacking, most strikingly after Edward Snowden exposed a year ago the National Security Agency’s mass surveillance programs.

Microsoft, Google and Facebook Inc moved to encrypt internal traffic after relevations by Snowden that the spy organization hacked into their associations overseas. The organizations have likewise more little modifications that together make sweeping collection more difficult.

Yahoo has also modified its email procedure so users accepting encryption type messages in a different window, restricting even Yahoo from reading those messages as they are typed, the Journal added.

Yahoo officials could not be reached promptly for comment. Earlier Thursday, Google suggested that it was motivating web developers to make their websites protected for visitors by utilizing any site encryption tool as one of the aspect to inspect search result ranking.

I don’t know you people have heard about the latest e-mail hack or not, Hold Security dropped the news that a Russian gang has stolen more than a billion email account credentials.