Google Is going to add bright red warning banners to the chat to warn people about suspicious invitations / links which may be a cover for this Phishing And / or Malware Based attacks. This feature has been rolled out and is set to come to both mobile and desktop versions Google Chat For users who haven’t received it in a few weeks from now.
Whenever a potentially harmful message arrives on the chat, Google will try to flag it with the message inside the bright red box:
“This invitation is questionable
This conversation contains links to well-known phishing sites that may attempt to steal your information, to which you can respond via either.Block‘Or’ Accept anyway ‘.
Such warning signs will appear in a large, red banner with invitations from “Users with a personal Google Account.”
While there is no pointless method to prevent malware from entering your device via new feature chat messages, it can certainly be effective so that users maintain their curiosity to click on every message they receive, especially if the message contains a link.
The new ‘red alert’ feature for Google Chat will be available to all Google Workspace Customers, as well as “Legacy G Suite Basic and Business Customers” and “Users with a Personal Google Account”.
This feature is not entirely new to other Google Suite services and some revisions have been in Gmail and Google Drive for some time. This feature has also been rolled out to other Google Suite applications, such as Google Docs, Sheets and Slides, and may take some time to reach customers worldwide.