Maximum of us use Gmail for sending mails as its simple and convenient to follow. Google has more than 14 million users logging-in simultaneously at any given point of time. Google has received reports that certain Gmail accounts are being unwillingly signed out from all the devices hence everyone is facing the gmail sign out problem. Google has clarified that this issue is not related to accounts security or phishing threats. The users have been requested to sign-in their account until the team investigates the issue. Few people have complained on the Google help Forum that they are having logging-in issues which are acknowledged by Google, but it’s not clear yet if both these issues are related to a common reason.
After going through all the failure reports by the users, the Google Community Manager Crystal Cee said on Gmail help Forum, “Please try to sign-in again at accounts.google.com and if you cannot remember your password, please use this link (g.co/recover) to recover your password. If you use 2-Step Verification, there may have been a delay in receiving your SMS code.”. This underlying issue also known as gmail sign out problem is not related to virus or hacking. You can easily follow some steps while logging in, make sure you have HTTPS in the address bar, then you can easily choose the verification process, select your account and sign-in. Please ensure that you never lose the backup codes given by Google to access your account.
Users can transmit data or mail up to 25MB(megabyte) size and receive mail of up to 50MB, including attachments, to send larger files Google Drive can be used. Gmail is designed such that scans all emails and categorizes it accordingly like spam and malware.
Earlier this year Google had announced that it will stop supporting Chrome older versions, this will even affect the people who are still using Windows XP and Windows Vista which are considerably the oldest versions of windows system. This decision was taken to provide the users with updated security features which is not supported by old versions. For any queries or doubts you can get in touch with us.