Mobile Malware – What You Need to Know

Many of us may not be aware about the apps or games we are downloading for our phones nowadays. Are they really legit? What happens once they’re installed after you allow them to access some of your vital information? What are the worst-case scenarios that could happen after such installations? These questions should be answered by reading this infographic article, which I happened to stumble upon.

Check it out! It’s really a good read!

Malware has been a fast growing issue with Android devices as of late. You can find tons of “antivirus” apps in the Android Market and simply traveling into Best Buy you’ll find all kinds of over priced software aimed specifically at naive Android users. Make no qualms about it, I hate malware. There are so many misconceptions regarding viruses, spyware and malware on Android. So, in an effort to further educate our readers, I am happy to bring to you this handy infograph from BullGuard with some easy ways of keeping your device clean, clear and under control…

Read more here!

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About Donzzy
Donzzy is a blogger from Cagayan de Oro, Philippines who wants to expand his network to cliques of people via various social media sites. He likes to share about simple computer-related tips, gadgets, social media, technology, music, movies, and entertainment stuff.

2 Responses to Mobile Malware – What You Need to Know

  1. Hey there! 🙂 I’m also from Cagayan de Oro. I’ve just recently posted a similar topic on my blog about Android apps.

    It would be cool if you could drop by sometime 🙂

    PART 1 http://matudpanijinjin.blogspot.com/2011/09/janeys-picks-top-android-apps-ever-part.html

    PART 2 http://matudpanijinjin.blogspot.com/2011/09/janeys-picks-top-android-apps-ever-part_01.html

    PART 3 http://matudpanijinjin.blogspot.com/2011/09/janeys-picks-top-android-apps-ever-part_03.html

    • Donzzy says:

      Thank you for dropping by, Janey! I see, you love Android much? Can’t wait to have one of my own pretty much soon. 🙂

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