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Google has supported secure HTTPS since the day it launched. In the beginning, it only defaulted on the login page, a reason that Google engineer Ariel Rideout stated was that HTTPS made "your mail slower". However, users could manually switch to secure HTTPS mode inside the inbox after logging in. In July 2008, Google simplified the ability to manually enable secure mode, with a toggle in the settings menu.
Gmail supports two-step verification, an optional additional measure for users to protect their accounts when logging in.
Once enabled, users are required to verify their identity using a second method after entering their username and password when logging in on a new device. Common methods include entering a code sent to a user's mobile phone through a text message, entering a code using the Google Authenticator smartphone app, or by inserting a physical security key into the computer's USB port.
Using a security key for two-step verification was made available as an option in October 2014.
Hacking a Gmail address is very convenient if you lose your account password. It’s also a good way to test your account’s security. There are several ways you can try to break in. Most methods rely on you obtaining someone’s password through other means. Hacking someone else’s Gmail account is illegal