Public WiFi can be as dangerous as it can be useful. Unsecured connections make it possible for anyone armed with a packet sniffer to intercept email or track your surfing.
If you want to use Google Mail in a public WiFi, put your mind at ease with this handy tip:
If you go to the default google mail page – http://gmail.google.com you will be redirected to a secure site to log in, but will then be redirected to an unencrypted site for emailing. This makes you a potential risk for anyone who might be eavesdropping on the network.
Now you can Gmail all you want without having to worry about security!
[tags]gmail, wifi, security [/tags]Google+