Welcome to tryandroid, thank you for choosing this site. We provide you with state-of-the-art Android phone security reviews, software, applications, advice on any security issues on Android phones. Feel free to ask any android security questions
Mobile security, or more specifically, Android device security, has become increasingly important in modern computing. Though there are different types of mobile devices, Android devices have taken the tall. Looking at the graph above, as of 2017, there are thousands of Android phones sold all over the world, than any other mobile device. Android phone has become incredibly popular in the last few years and virtually everyone has either used one at some point in their lives or have a relative or a friend who owns one
The reason for this trend is obvious, they’re incredibly useful and entertaining, there’s a wide array of apps that you can upgrade your phone with that makes your life infinity easier and to top it off they just look great and they are fun to use.
However, you need to know that there is a big security risk in using an android phone if you are not careful about it. Especially if you use it in any sort of business, or you use it to store your private information, of which that’s most people do. Easytech covers a number of Android security issues to make Android a safe device for communication as well as in carrying out business and personal transactions
Information and knowledge of Android security are shared here for free at tryandroid, our goal is to equip everyone around the world, with the relevant knowledge on how to keep in good pace with cyberspace and how to eliminate security threats.
We are a community fighting mobile device security threats
All smartphones, like computers, are preferred targets of attacks. These attacks exploit weaknesses inherent in smartphones that can come from the communication mode—like short message services (SMS, aka text messaging), Multimedia Messaging Services (MMS), Wifi, Bluetooth and GSM, the de facto global standard for mobile communications. There are also exploits that target software vulnerabilities in the browser or operating system. And some malicious software relies on the weak knowledge of an average user. According to a finding by McAfee in 2008, 11.6% users had heard of someone else is affected by mobile malware, but only 2.1% had personal experience on such problem, However, this number is expected to grow.
As tryandroid, we stand against all forms android security threats, give adequate knowledge to all android users 24/7,365/yr
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