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Google messages already protects you from SPAM and phishing

Google Messages spam protection

Google does not tire of making improvements to its services to offer only the best to its users. And this time you are adding new features to your Messages application, that protect you from phishing and SPAM. Do you want to know what it is? Then continue reading to get much more information.

Google messages now offers much more security

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The company of the big G has announced some changes it is making to improve the experience within Google Messages, to make the app safer and easier to use. And the first change is the addition of verified SMS. It is a function that allows Google to determine if a company that sends you a message is who it says it is and not simply some kind of deception.

If Google can verify the identity of the company, Vers the company logo together with the verified brand symbol at the top of the message thread. Companies like 1-800-Flowers, Kayak and SoFi have been among the first to subscribe to this new feature. Google Pay India and Google verification codes will also take advantage of verified SMS for better performance.

Google is launching the verified SMS feature in the United States, India, Mexico, Brazil, United Kingdom, France, Philippines, Spain and Canada. However, it promises to extend the program to many more countries in the near future.

Google declares war on SPAM

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Google too It is providing spam protection for the text messenger. In this way, users will now be automatically warned about messages from insecure numbers. Also offer the option of blocking these numbers to prevent them from sending messages again.

This function, specifically, had been available in some countries of Europe since last year. Now, these features will be initially implemented in the United States and later, gradually, in the rest of the world.

So get ready to say goodbye to those annoying messages that you don't want to receive and scale the most to this new function.

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