How to prevent hackers from hacking your email

Here’s an advanced explanatory guide on how to prevent hackers from hacking your email or having total unwarranted access to your email,

One of the worst is that whenever your email is hacked by this people you won’t know and maybe it will be when you’re busy working or when you are sleeping so we have made this article to help you be at guard and on alert,

Before we proceed i will love to ask you if you have ever had the ugly experience where or in a situation your email is hacked and you keep trying different methods to stop it but nothing happened, well we all have had ugly experience but the worst is when we do not know a way out of our worst nightmare,

There are several ways to prevent being a victim of email hacking which i am going to share the most vital steps or methods for you below,

  1. Avoid clicking links when you’re browsing on social media or any platform
  2. If you must click a link be sure it has “HTTPS” attached to the link such as or this are secured web links but insecure web links are those with just “HTTP” attached so when you visit the insecure link at the top of the browser bar you won’t see a locked 🔒 key you will see a warning ⚠️ sign instead, our website InflowPost is secure and you can see screenshot prove below,
  3. Avoid clicking links in any mail that goes to your spam folder or junk folder in your email box because mails that goes to spam or junk folders are mails either suspicious and google flagged and tagged it unsafe or mails that has no SSL certificate installed on the domain,

you must be wondering what SSL certificate is, find below clear detailed explanation about SSL certificate is and it’s work,


In cryptography, a public key certificate, also known as a digital certificate or identity certificate, is an electronic document used to prove the ownership of a public key.


An SSL certificate is a bit of code on your web server that provides security for online communications. When a web browser contacts your secured website, the SSL certificate enables an encrypted connection. It’s kind of like sealing a letter in an envelope before sending it through the mail.

On below paragraph you will see secure and insecure webs:

  • Marked Red is unsecure and unsafe to visit
  • Marked Green is secure and safe to visit

just as i explained to you, any website attached “HTTPS” is secure while “HTTP” is not secure and highly dangerous to visit as hackers or attackers might steal your data or trick you into performing any unsafe task that could jeopardize your privacy and safe,

most website owners or merchants that operates on the internet does have SSL certificate installed on their domain and if you’re starting or planning to build a website for your business or company then you should consider having SSL installed on your domain.


Without SSL, your site visitors and customers are at higher risk of being having their data stolen. Your site security is also at risk without encryption. SSL protects website from phishing scams, data breaches, and many other threats. Ultimately, It builds a secure environment for both visitors and site owners.


  1. Ensure your WHOIS record is updated and matches what you’re submitting to the Certificate Authority
  2. Generate the Certificate Signing Request (CSR) on your server
  3. Submit this to the Certificate authority to validate your domain
  4. You can as well goto and order new domains at very affordable prices or SSL certificate for your domain

If you’re inexperienced then you should contact your hosting provider to help you or your domain registrar provider to assist you,


If you don’t have an SSL certificate, your website may still function as always, but it will be vulnerable to hackers and Google will warn visitors that your website is not secure. Google also gives priority to websites that have an SSL certificate.


As i explained above and i will also explain it here –>: It’s important to use SSL or TLS with your email setup because unsecure email is a common attack vector for the bad guys. Anyone who intercepts encrypted emails is left with garbage text that they can’t do anything with, because only the email server and client have the keys to decode the messages.


By default, Gmail always tries to use TLS when sending email however, a secure TLS connection requires that both the sender and recipient use TLS. If the receiving server doesn’t use TLS, Gmail still delivers messages, but the connection isn’t secure.

CONCLUSION:- avoid unverified links and unverified mails, also most importantly don’t not enter your email address on any website you see or subscribe to any platform you see or jump into with your email all this could lead to massive spamming of your mailbox and increase risk if being hacked.


 another thing you must always avoiding is leaving your most sensitive and important credentials on internet, we recommend you write them offline on a paper or any diary, things to avoid are as listed below:

  • Saving your passwords to google

do you know that when save your password on your google if anyone have access to your google account your passwords will all be accessed? ofcouse you do not know.

  • Sharing password on internet either through email or any other electronic means

do you know that there is a more secure and risk free way to share password with anyone online without any risk? now let me introduce you to this ultimate unique platform that specializes only on secure information and password sharing,

Have you heard of secure share enables you to share any information in an encrypted way and after the receiver views this the information will disappear making it impossible for another person to read the information therefore through this platform you can easily share any secret information such as password and it will be safe,

DON’T FORGET!: we recommend you save your passwords and other secret information offline for safety because technology can not be trusted therefore your mobile device can crash at anytime and you will loose all your important informations or passwords especially those using Blockchain, Inflowchain and other crypto wallets

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