I read in another blog post the other day (I don’t recall where) that most people don’t realize when the bookmark Google applications, they aren’t secure by default. Even is you go to http://www.gmail.com/, GMail won’t redirect to the secure version. It will just serve your mail over the unsecure connection. The article went on to mention if you’re in GMail for instance, and open Google Docs, the Google Docs link won’t be secure either. This allows the information to be unencrypted as it goes over the wire. Thinking of this again this morning, I realized my bookmark for GMail was indeed insecure. So I changed the link from http:// to https://. The article also said that if you open other apps from GMail even on a secure connection they new window/tab won’t be secure, so you should have secure bookmarks for each app. I found this to not be the case. If your Gmail connection is secure via HTTPS and you open Google Docs or Google Calendar, that link will be secure as well. Just a little tip for all you Google app users out there!