Latest blog posts by tag "Mobile Security"
A friend calls you to go out for drinks this evening, but the voice on the other end of the line isn’t you. Your friend double-checks the number. He’s not mistaken. You’ve become one of the countless individuals who have their phone number stolen by cyberjackers every year.
If you search for “antivirus” in the Google Play Store, you’ll be overwhelmed by the sheer number of apps available. Even worse, most of them promise much but deliver little. As repeat instances of malware-laden but Google Play verified apps making it onto the Play Store makes clear, relying on Google’s built-in “protection” won’t keep your device safe. For that reason, the Safety Detectives have logged over 10,000 hours of testing and reviewing apps to highlight the very best of what’s currently on the Android virus cleaner market.
Is your iPhone protected from viruses? Whether you browse the Internet on your computer or smartphone, any device can be infected by a virus, including your iPhone. While some think the iPhone is less vulnerable, you still need to protect yourself. One of the best ways to safeguard your information is by installing an antivirus on your iPhone.
At SafetyDetective, we review as many antiviruses as the industry produces. As such, I’m often asked what the very best antivirus is. Users should spend a little time reading our rankings pages for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS to find the solution that meets their needs, but here’s a look at the very best of the best across each operating system.
If you’re an Android device owner, you’ve possibly heard some myths about security. Like most Android users, you probably download your apps from the Google Play Store and hopefully notice a tick symbol indicating that the app has been scanned by Google Play Protect, Google’s built-in malware detection engine.
We’ve all heard the claims that Apple devices are virus resistant. And while it’s true that Apple devices have lower infection rates than Android, it’s still possible for your iPhone to be hit with malware, phishing scams, and other problems that can reduce its usability.
Keeping on top of developments in the mobile antivirus world is one of our key focuses at SafetyDetective. That’s why I was excited about reviewing 360 Security, a Chinese antivirus and speedup program that has been downloaded over 200 million times.