Many of us use smartphones for several hours a day. With our phones, we can access almost all of our accounts: bank, social or postal. That is why scammers have found a way to “work” there. Many apps hide software designed to steal our data or money. We have a list of these apps. Make sure to remove it.
Scammers are after our money. As a rule, banking applications are well secured, which scammers know about, which is why they try to take advantage of our naivety. Therefore, do not enter data on pages that arouse the slightest suspicion.
Unfortunately, apps that steal our data can be used by thieves to obtain our account access data, and thus they will be able to log into our account. This is why it is beneficial to use two-factor login, and currently the most secure way to confirm a transaction is to accept in the application.
Let’s remember online safety. Let’s not abandon our antivirus software and carefully examine what we install on our phones. In the Google Play Store, unfortunately, you can find apps that try to steal our data and money. Google, of course, after it finds out that the app is dangerous, removes it from the Play Store, unfortunately it will not be automatically removed from phones on which it is already installed! So, check if you have any of these apps and if so, remove them from the smartphones as soon as possible.
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