Here's how to protect your private phone data
Newstracklive|July 03, 2020

Along with being smart, mobile phones still the news of hacking are coming out. The question arises as to how to protect your smartphone from being hacked. You can find the answer in this news of ours. Here we will tell you about some special methods, by which you will be able to keep your device safe. Let's know about these tips ...

Use password app
It is usually a bit difficult to create complex passwords, but you can easily create passwords through the Password app. Apart from this, the password app can protect your created password completely. At the same time, these apps are available on Google Play Store and App Store platforms.

Use messaging app
Although people use the existing messaging platform in the phone for SMS, but it should not be done, because this puts personal data at risk. Whereas, messaging app should be used to avoid this problem. These apps protect users' chats, photos and videos completely. Apart from this, the consumer gets all such features in these apps, which are not available in the ordinary message platform.

Update smartphone from time to time
Smartphones should be updated periodically, as this does not give hackers the opportunity to hack the consumer's personal information. Apart from this, the consumer gets many security features along with Android security patch in the update.

Do not use public Wi-Fi
Hackers are the most watched on public Wi-Fi. Therefore, as far as possible, only use mobile data for the Internet. Or if necessary, take a hots-pot from a friend.

Do not download apps from third party
Don't forget to download the app from any third party. At the same time, there are links of app downloading in the message too, stay away from them. If you want to download the app, do it from the App Store or Play Store.

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