There's a lot you can do to protect your phone's integrity.
Android's greatest strength is also its most serious weakness.
Apple's recent malware problem is alarming, but don't head for the hills just yet.
Thefts involving smartphones have declined dramatically in three major cities since manufacturers began implementing "kill switches."
Flip phones are certainly not "safer" than smartphones.
As smartphones are increasingly used for financial transactions, sharing sensitive personal and proprietary information, and for operating other devices (such as home security systems), the field for intruders grows and becomes increasingly attractive.
Edward Snowden's leaks have made clear that planting such bugs is an important NSA activity. It is also done by intelligence
But even assuming that Facebook is good on its word and the feature must be activated, it does not mean that it can't be
But we are not there yet, mostly because of the paucity of effective solutions. There is a lot of jabber about this or that
It is a good idea to know a little about iBeacon and other programs like it. Apple is not alone in promoting this kind of
co-authored by Dr. Stephen Bryen, CEO Ziklag Systems Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland called her colleague in
co-authored by J. Thomas Malatesta, COO Ziklag Systems As mobile devices explode in popularity, the chances are very high
Unfortunately, my fingerprints did not "scan" correctly and I could not complete enrollment in the program. It seems the
Even if our phone is turned off, a hacker or intruder may have the means to turn the phone back on without letting you know. You won't see the screen light up or any other activity on the phone. But ON it is.
By analyzing over 1.85 million mobile apps and vulnerabilities, the study found that 92 percent of identified threats involved Android smartphones (one of the most popular cellphones available).
Mobile connectivity is exploding and smartphones and tablets are whetting the appetites of cyber criminals and the population of hacker world. Any device that has information stored on it is vulnerable.
If you think of your smartphone as just a phone, rather than a very powerful mini-computer that happens to make phone calls, you may be cruising for a world of pain.
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