Mobile malware is attacking! We have 5 tips for you to defend yourself effectively

  • Malicious malware on your mobile and computer can affect anyone
  • But it is right to know the basic advice on how to avoid and defend these scoundrels
  • In our new video, we have 5 tips and hints for you that work 100%

Mobile malware is the enemy of every user

As the Internet, and especially the use of smartphones, is important to each of us, the number of malicious software is growing every year. Alone malware contains various forms of malicious code; Whether it’s “nice” fleeceware, ransomware, a Trojan horse, a virus, a worm or the infamous phishing. How to effectively defend against these threats?

1. Update your system regularly

Although Android has lagged a lot behind iOS in this regard in the past, it’s definitely shining for better times lately. Not only Samsung but also other brands are trying to provide longer software support. Postponing updates for convenience or lack of time is nonsense, and this is especially true for security patches.

This is because regular updates can improve the defenses of your mobile device. In addition to new operating system features, it also brings patches and security enhancements that protect both your data and your phone.

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2. Download applications only from verified sources

If you use Android, the number one Google Play store is for you. If you have an iPhone, download it from the App Store. Huawei and its AppGallery are an exception to the confirmation rule. These are proven app stores that guarantee user protection. Of course, there is also a mess sometimes, but the probability that it will be fatal for your mobile is very small.

What are some other tips and hints to help prevent malware? Take a look at the video

Are you also interested in other tips and advice on how to secure your phone, data and, in fact, your identity on the Internet? Watch our video, where we will advise you on how to be alert and what to look out for so that no cyber-skunk or malware catches up to you!

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