This is why I keep telling folks.... "Work E-mail is for work stuff, personal e-mail is for personal stuff. Don't let the twain meet." And, quite legally, your work e-mail and work computer is the property of the company you work for. When you leave your job, don't expect to keep access to the work e-mail. (And, yes, I have worked with companies with very draconian security policies (and sometimes those policies leave me quite baffled) ). As for Chrome, they did find that it was using WebKit for the rendering engine. It was an OLDER version of WebKit which has a serious security hole that makes it vulnerable to attack. Not sure if it is fixed in the latest version of of Chrome.