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Why 99% of Androids Can Get Malware

Just about every Android phone has a huge, massive security weakness according to security startup BlueBox that discovered the new vulnerability. According to them, almost every Android phone made in the past four years is close to turning into a malicious zombie device, thanks to a weakness that can “turn any legitimate application into a malicious Trojan.”  The malicious software appears to be spyware. While news of security issues in Android [&hellip

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7 Ways to Prevent and Remove Spyware on Your Android

Android phones, tablets and other devices that use the Android operating system are more prone to spyware and viruses than an Apple IOS device.  This is one reason why corporate users have favored deploying iPhones over Androids.  Whether your Android device is used for personal or work tasks, here is what you need to know. How to Remove Spyware and Malware from an Android Phone or Tablet If you’re an [&hellip

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Malwarebytes Review

Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Free and Anti-Malware PRO is not a new entry to the spyware removal and anti virus market.  Malwarebytes has been around for over 7 years and has been downloaded more than 200 million times.  We have used it on hundreds of home and corporate PCs.  Here is our Malwarebytes review: Anti-Malware Free Review The free version of Malwarebytes is primarily for after the fact spyware removal.  It lacks [&hellip

iPad and iPhone Spyware Removal

  The process of detecting and identifying spyware on your iPhone or iPad can be a tricky process.  However, it is an important task to undertake since spyware can reduce your battery life, increase data usage and steal your personal data and communications.  iPhone spyware removal isn’t a difficult process if you read the following information. Although spyware on an iPhone or iPad performs similar finctions to that on a [&hellip

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How to Outsmart Hackers and Viruses

Anti-virus programs and spyware removal software have improved enough that the weakest link is now you!  Hackers have resorted to social engineering to trick people into divulging their sensitive information or clicking a link that will install a virus.  Hackers can easily “spoof” an email or website to make it look legitimate. Here is how you can outsmart them: Always do a reality check- Did you get an email from [&hellip