It’s not as popular as it was in the early 2010s, but jailbreaking (or rooting) a mobile device is still a risky practice. It removes many built-in protections and allows the installation of unapproved applications. Stick with the standard OS and keep it updated.
What if you left your phone behind in a public place? Without a passcode on the lock screen, its contents would be fully accessible to anyone who had it. Configure a passcode, along with other even more secure options such as a fingerprint or facial recognition scan, if available on your device.
Thinking of connecting to a public Wi-Fi network? Here’s what you need to know first.
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Those looking to use mobile payment solutions should be mindful of security concerns.
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