Friday, August 4, 2017

9 Ways to Protect Your Smartphone From Hackers and Malware Attacks

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How would you feel if a private information of yours was leaked by someone else,or if your device is infected by malicious malware.

Imagine how you would feel when you find yourself in that situation,that is why it 's always a  very good to take  protective measures  in order to keep your smartphone safe and secured.

Just as the number of internet users increases so also does the number of smartphone user increases,and as such the rise in number of malware and hackers are not excluded.
HOW TO PROTECT YOUR SMARTPHONE FROM BEING HACKED OR ATTACKED BY MALWARE

Some might view hacking as a bad thing, but you don't have to think like that they are categorized into two different groups;white hat hackers  black hat hackers .

The black hats are the one that do harm with what they know to the extent that they even  develop some kind of dangerous viruses and spread them on the internet and via email to test how it will perform.

Now you must be thinking of a way to keep your smartphone safe and secured,if that is truly what you are looking for then you will have to follow some standard protection techniques to achieve that,so you will have a limited chance of being affected by hackers and Malware.

HOW TO PROTECT YOUR SMARTPHONE FROM BEING HACKED OR ATTACKED BY MALWARE

  1. Avoid unknown and unsecured Wi-Fi hotspots and Keep your Wi-Fi turned OFF when not in use.
  2. Never click on links provided in an SMS, MMS or email. Even if the email looks legit, go directly to the website of origin and verify any possible updates.
  3. Install a good antivirus app that can detect and block such malware before it can infect your device, and always keep the app up-to-date.
  4. Stop clicking on Facebook links with s3x and other dirty words
  5. Watch the url you are visiting carefully. Some sites are phishing sites that pretends to be a known site but they are after your data and information. 
  6. Use a very strong password and different password for different online accounts.
  7. Always stick to trusted sources, like Google Play Store and the Apple App Store, but only from trusted and verified developers.
  8. Most importantly, verify app permissions before installing apps. If any app is asking more than what it is meant for, just do not install it.
  9. Do not download apps from third party sources, as most often such malware spreads via untrusted third-parties.
If you follow all those technique strictly,then chances are low that your phone will get hacked or infected by malware.Play safe!
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