Gmail now has a dedicated notification system to warn users if they’re at risk of opening emails from insecure services or opening bad Web links. In Gmail, if someone sends you an email that was sent from an insecure service, a red ‘unlock’ icon will alert you. Gogole says that since it rolled the feature out 44 days ago, there has been a 25 percent increase in emails from secure servers. In Chrome, attempting to visit a less-than-savory Website earns you a notification screen, and Google is bringing that to Gmail. Now when you try to click a link Google knows…

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