While there are tons of great security apps out there for wiping or finding your lost/stolen phone, why doesn’t Android have this kind of functionality built-in?
Android Lost helps you recover your lost Android phone, or prevent your data on it from falling into the wrong hands.
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Clueful is an Android app from BitDefender which allows you to monitor the way the apps you have installed on your device may endanger your privacy. More details in the rest of the article.
New research from security specialists Bitdefender suggests that as many as one third of free Android apps access and upload your private data (including your phone number) to third parties.
Malware, malware, malware! You could easily get the impression there’s no hope for any of us on Android unless we install a security app or jump ship to a nice safe platform. What’s with all the scaremongering?
A new report, which looks at the security threat that mobile devices pose to corporate networks, has some good news and some bad news for smartphone users.
Since Android devices have become such vital parts of our lives, we’ve gotten so used to storing delicate information such as contact details, important e-mails, photos and a whole lot... more.
There are options to have your phone request a passcode every time you need to unlock your device, but that can be such a waste of time. What if you need to call someone right away? You...
If you are looking for a good Android security app then you simply cannot beat Avast Mobile Security. The latest update adds even more features and the app is still free.
There are other smartphone dangers besides viruses and malware. There are also things like WiFiKill and Network Spoofer apps that might spell a lot of trouble. You certainly wouldn’t want... to have your sensitive data stolen by attackers.
Since we rely so much on our mobile devices, why don’t we stop for a moment to equip ourselves from potential attacks? We’ve already co...