Gmail to Block JavaScript Attachments

By HTMLGoodies Staff

Starting February 13th Gmail will begin blocking JavaScript files from being both delivered and sent to their email accounts. This means users will no longer be able to attach .js files as this file type is increasingly being used as a form of malicious malware that allows hacker to gain access to the user’s computer. This will also prevent hackers from hiding them in compressed forms, such as .zip as well. Moving forward, if a user needs to send a JavaScript file, they may do so by using their Google Drive or Google Cloud Storage accounts. Continue reading this story here.

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