To know the vulnerable information you have exposed in your celular is the first step to protect yourself:
When your ID card is stolen, you can quickly file a report, but in this case you would probably not realize that someone else has stolen it until the cybercriminal has already taken advantage of it.
Phone call log
Current (and recent) locations
Files (including deleted files)
With this data a cybercriminal can perform various operations such as purchases or subscriptions to various services (which they can then resell elsewhere).
SMS and 2FA
How probably is it that they will attack you?
At this point I’m sure you’re thinking: okay, it could happen to me, but surely cybercriminals have better targets to attack?
While it is true that you are probably the first person on a cybercriminal’s list of possible targets, if you neglect the security of your mobile device, you are leaving the doors open and it is very likely that he will “fish” you in a massive action in which you have fallen.
Think about it, if a thief is going to steal a safe with a lot of money inside, but it has a very robust security and right next to it there is another safe already open with less money, do you think he would not take the money from the one that is already open, regardless of whether he also tries to open the first one?
For that reason, it is very important that you keep an eye on the security of yourcelular, We recommend that you review the security tips we show you in our free security application. UareSAFE.
Are you going to wait for it to happen to you, or would you rather protect yourself?
Download UareSAFE and protect your celular from this very moment.
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