mobile phones quickly exceeded 2 million, not only targeting victims to defraud money, but also controlling the microphone and camera of the mobile phone to monitor and monitor users, intercept incoming calls and receive To text phone database messages, it means that every move is being mastered, which seriously endangers personal privacy. Of course, the information security hazards of smartphones are not limited to this. Let's take a look at the information security threats that may occur around us, and how to prevent them. Situation 1: Be careful that all public Wi-Fi data is exposed Samsung Knox Illustration_1_1 Photo Credit: TNL Brand Studio
Have you ever used your phone to connect to free public Wi-Fi to save money? As the saying goes: "Free is the most expensive!", especially since many public Wi-Fis do not have any encryption mechanism at all, all data transmitted through the connection may be easily "intercepted" by people with intentions, including your account. Passwords, shared photo files, etc., can become something in someone else's pocket in a flash, and it takes no effort to get it. In addition to paying attention to whether the source of Wi-Fi used is reliable, it cannot be ignored whether there are additional security mechanisms to protect personal privacy in the process of data transmission using mobile phones.
For example, Samsung Galaxy mobile phones and tablet products have built-in Knox Vault. Technology can ensure the security of users' data transmission by integrating hardware. Situation 2: Your every move has been mastered, whether physical or virtual? Samsung Knox Illustration_2_1 Photo Credit: TNL Brand Studio Celebrities are most afraid of paparazzi tracking and secret photography, but as ordinary people, in fact, behind you, there are also security paparazzi who always control your every move, and whether it is real life or activities in the virtual world of