Most people use e-mail the most among internet services. E-mail is increasingly used to transmit sensitive information such as passwords and credit card information. Secure e-mail is more relevant to the Internet users in time. The Internet user, and therefore the e-mail user, is at risk in this virtual world. Any information you submit can be received by other computers, such as a credit card number or personal private information. e-mail, which means communication for you, means an opportunity for attackers to spread access to you and your relatives, advertising and malicious programs.
All information sent over the Internet is divided into packets or small blocks and sent to your ISP's server. From there it is combined on the server of the recipient to which it is sent via the Internet. These packets pass through several servers until they arrive at the destination and are detected by a packet sniffer (sniffler, program that identifies certain groups of numbers and letters) on the way. Even if you send and receive e-mail via web-based setup, your e-mail may be interrupted. Because someone can try to guess your password and attack your account.