However, the company has a workaround to offer. It recommends that users can share such an attachment via Google Drive, Google Cloud Storage or other storage solutions.
Apparently it might be a TASK to go around the issue this way, but let’s be honest, we have to do it to ensure security that has become very easily dispensable now.
Perhaps they are increasingly used for sending and sharing attachments, therefore malicious actions like hacking, phishing and hanging have sheltered themselves in it.
The company has not yet shared any detailed information, though considered it a security measure. But kind enough to have shared alternatives.
Now let’s see whether this measure brings any concrete solution to the matter.