Protect your Android phone with Malwarebytes Anti-Malware

Mobile operating systems are just as (or maybe even more) vulnerable to malware attacks than systems created for computers (drives desktop, laptops or notebooks). Malware-infected mobile devices endanger users' personal information and data, and it is their duty to ensure the privacy and security of such data. ... Read More

Locks and protects Android applications AppLock

All users of mobile devices with Internet access (smartphones and tablets) should be concerned about the security of personal information recorded / saved on those devices. Otherwise, in cases where the devices are lost or stolen, there is a very high chance that they will lose important data such as various passwords for accounts (e-mail… Read More

Check application permissions for Android with Bitdefender Clueful

The vast majority of Android applications require certain permissions to work, permissions that are displayed when installing applications so that users have an idea of ​​what changes are made by those applications (for example, if the application requires writing data to the system or knowing the user's location in order to work, it needs its permission… Read More

5 signs of a malware infection on Android devices

In the last year, the malware infection rate of devices running Android OS has increased by 300%, which accentuates the need to use anti-virus applications on those devices. Most Android versions targetmalware are Gingerbread 2.3, Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 and Jelly Bean 4.1, and according to Android Developer Dashboard, users of these versions… Read More