Androids are suffering from yet another mobile security issue that you most definitely should be aware of. What is your first line of defence against cybercriminals and snoopers? Good guess, but no, it’s not BullGuard Mobile Security… it’s your handset’s lock screen. It’s a security measure that should be employed by all to protect your mobile device; in fact, some companies mandate that their employees have their phones on password protection if they have work email on that device, to ensure mobile privacy.
It’s no surprise really that it’s the United States leading this charge. They love their taxes, and now they’re trying to tax the internet. So, what does it mean to tax the internet and how might it affect you, should this pass through legislation and expand as the norm across the globe?
New antivirus test scores are in and we’re thrilled to announce that BullGuard has yet again beaten out the other products with a near perfect score!
Have you ever attempted to download for free a piece of software that usually sells for large sums and you entered an infinite sequence of clicking on download buttons or on links that claimed your download should start immediately? You soon realized it was all a scam and you ended up with no application instead and your email address included in a spammer’s database.
If you are a cloud user, your smartphone is vulnerable than most. Yes, your mobile security is once again at risk – it just never stops! The crux of this latest mobile vulnerability: residual files remain on your smartphone even after the files have been uploaded to the cloud. So what does that mean? Hackers may be able to utilize these residual files to gain access to your cloud and the files saved within it.