Se­cu­rity Tips

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is dif­fi­cult to crack. Avoid us­ing your or any of your fam­ily mem­bers’ birth or an­niver­sary date as well as house car or phone num­bers. (Most mo­bile and in­ter­net bank­ing frauds, as per gov­ern­ment records, are com­mit­ted by the peo­ple known to you.) your bank even if the phone is stolen. Ide­ally, the thief should not be able to ac­cess any in­for­ma­tion stored in your phone. you do, dis­guise it as a 10-digit num­ber to make it look like a phone num­ber (with a fake name in the phone­book).

in text mes­sages. ac­cess in public places might have virus and mal­ware that can attack phones. In­stall cred­i­ble an­tivirus on phone to pro­tect it from at­tacks.

that do not come from cred­i­ble de­vel­op­ers.

of the phone that brings it to the fac­tory con­di­tion. Source: Busi­ness To­day

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