Here’s what you should know about some of the nastiest mobile malware – from malicious software that takes phones and data hostage to RATs that allow hackers to control devices remotely. These days, the device in your pocket can do far more than call or send text messages. Your smartphone stores almost every aspect of … More 3 most dangerous types of Android malware
When is a child ore prone to suffer from fear of missing out? Put your phone down. Or do you feel FOMO? Fear of missing out (FOMO) is most frequently described as social anxiety stemming from the belief that others are having fun while the person experiencing anxiety is not present. But its symptoms are … More Put your phone down. Or do you feel FOMO?
Some fraudsters may use low-tech tactics to steal your sensitive information – peering over your shoulder as you enter that data is one of them. We live in an age of pervasive connectivity. But our always-on, mobile-centric lives also expose us to risk. For many people, it is the prospect of phishing, remotely deployed malware … More Shoulder surfing: Watch out for eagle‑eyed snoopers peeking at your phone
Think your smartphone has been compromised by malware? Learn to spot the signs of a hacked phone and how to remove the hacker from your phone. With the dawn of the Android and iOS operating systems, phones have evolved far beyond their humble call and text features – they now are portable smart devices capable … More How to tell if your phone has been hacked
Be alert, be proactive and break these 10 bad habits to improve your cyber-hygiene in 2022. The new year is a new opportunity to rewire your digital life. An increasingly important part of this is cybersecurity. In fact, 2021 is already shaping up to have been one of the most prolific years yet for cybercriminals. … More Breaking the habit: Top 10 bad cybersecurity habits to shed in 2022