- 进入设置的'常规'里，将'浏览器连接'设置为'始终使用 https'，以确保当你使用咖啡厅或酒店的公众网络访问邮箱时不会泄露信息。
Gmail's support site has a security checklist
that's useful if you want to make sure that your Gmail account is
secure. There are some obvious tips like updating your operating system
and your browser, but Google also posted some advanced tricks:
1. 'Check the list of websites that are authorized to access your Google Account data.
Make sure that the list of authorized websites are accurate and ones
that you have chosen. If your Google Account has been compromised
recently, it's possible that the bad guys could have authorized their
own websites to access your account data.' To edit the list of
authorized websites, go to this page.
your browser for plug-ins, extensions, and third-party programs/tools
that require access to your Google Account credentials. Plug-ins
and extensions are downloadable computer programs that work with your
browser to perform specific tasks. For example, you may have downloaded a
plug-in or extension that checks your Gmail inbox for new messages.
Google can't guarantee the security of these third party services. If
those services are compromised, so is your Gmail password.'
'Confirm the accuracy of your mail settings to ensure that your mail
stays and goes where you want it to. Sign in to your account and click
on the Settings link at the top to check the following tabs:
* General: Check Signature, Vacation Responder, and/or canned responses for spammy content
* Accounts: Verify your Send Mail As, Get mail from other accounts, and Grant access to your account are all accurate.
* Filters: Check that no filters are sending your mail to Trash, Spam, or forwarding to an unknown account.
* Forwarding and POP/IMAP: Ensure your mail isn't sent to an unknown account or mail client.'
4. 'Check for any strange recent activity on your account.
Click the Details link next to the 'Last Account Activity' entry at the
bottom of your account to see the time, date, IP address and the
associated location of recent access to your account.'
5. 'Use a secure connection to sign in.
In your Gmail settings, select 'Always use HTTPS.' This setting
protects your information from being stolen when you're signing in to
Gmail on a public wireless network, like at a cafe or hotel.'