What’s in my email?
Have you ever sent a password, credit card #, social
security#, or a bank account # to
your spouse or friend. Do you know
that every gmail email (including attachments) sent or received
lives on forever in your email storage? Early adopters have had Gmail accounts for over six years. On average each person receives 13,000
non-spam emails a year. Having a gmail account for only 4 years, I personally have 75,000
emails in my Gmail inbox.
Your most sensitive information is a single password or worse yet a public-computer-that you-forgot-to-log-out-from away from access to anyone!
Password cracking software is rampant on the Internet. What if someone hacked into your email. What would they find ?
 Exclusive of deleted emails and files stored as spam which are expunged after 30 days.