Android users should know 8 important security tips for Android
Tips to ensure safety
The number of Android users in the world is much higher. We all store all kinds of important information on our Android phones. But sometimes this information gets into the hands of hackers through security breaches. But once you think about how it goes? If you are a little careful, it is difficult for hackers to break through your security. So let’s know how to increase the security of Android.
Let’s start with security.
1. Create strong passwords.
We all use social media. Social media is a great means of our communication. Hackers hack the passwords of Facebook, Gmail, online bank accounts, etc. in various ways, especially through the weak security of the users. One of which is the process of brute force. In case your password is predictable.
However, your password will easily get into their hands through Brute Force.
Examples of some strong passwords: Morsu & @ 1, Kabin # $ 6. If you want to make it more powerful, you must use a 12 to 15 digit complex password.
2. Do not install apps from outside the Play Store.
When downloading software, do not download from any external source. Must download from Play Store. In this case, no virus or the bad program will enter your phone. Because all the software in the Play Store is verified through Play Protect.
3. Install and activate the Find My Device app.
Install the Find My Device software from the Google Play Store and keep it active.
In this way, even if you lose your phone, you will get the facility of tracking the location of your phone, sending phone notifications, deleting everything on the phone.
4. Regular security patch updates
Android phone comes with different types of updates. Such as Android update, UI update, security patch update. Many people do not give security patch updates.
In this case, you will update the security patch of the phone as soon as the update comes. This will make the security of your phone more powerful.
5. USB connection alert
It is often seen that if our phone is not charged and we go somewhere far away, we charge any USB cable.
In this case, caution must be exercised. If you want any permission after inserting only, select only charging the only option. In this case, your data will not be likely to be stolen.
6. Caution to give the app permission.
The most important thing is app permission.
When we open any software after installing it, different types of permissions are required. Such as: phone call permission, video permission, storage permission, microphone permission, location permission, etc. For example, after installing a calendar app, he opened it, and then he saw that the app wants camera permission, microphone permission.
Then it must be done. If necessary, you have to install the software. Because that software is definitely made for the purpose of harm.
6. Refrain from using free wifi
Nowadays we see free wifi when we go to different places. Then many of us connect to Wi-Fi and browse the internet. But have you ever asked yourself what is the main reason for giving him the opportunity to use free WiFi?
Maybe through that WiFi, a lot of your important and confidential information can go into the hands of that provider. I think it’s better not to use the free wifi.
8. Unnecessarily keep WiFi and Bluetooth off
Do not turn on WiFi and Bluetooth at the end of the need.
Because of these, it is very easy for someone else to hack your data and even insert a virus or malicious program into your phone.
If you make a mistake, you must look at it with an apologetic look.
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