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4 Ridiculously Easy Steps to Keep your Android Safe – Infographic
August 28, 2013

Guess what threats your precious Android is exposed to? Crooks, who want to steal it, and miscreants who want to know what stuff is in it? Wait, are we missing something here? Of course, malware attack – the biggest threat of all. Apparently, in 2012, Android turned out to be the target of almost 96% of mobile malware threats. So with all such bad guys trying to get a piece of your Android, what can you do to keep it safe? Well, why don’t you start with this infographic, and jot down these really easy tips to do so.

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Rajib is a Physics graduate and a technology enthusiast. Besides having a keen interest in the latest gadgets, he is also into IT security and all that it...
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  1. Nice post.

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  2. Kanishk SinghAugust 29, 2013 at 10:07 PM

    I recently bought my first Android device and I found an easy way using which anyone can access our locked devices.
    If one uses pattern protection on their devices, their devices can be easily compromised if the owner uses pattern lock to unlock the device and uses it for small task and then locks and leaves the phone unattended. The attack can take the device and flash light at the screen and see the pattern the owner used, then he can understand the pattern and compromise the device easily.
    I wipe my screen completely after entering pattern to ensure my device never gets compromised by this exploit.

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  3. Hrushi SonarAugust 30, 2013 at 11:47 AM

    The info is really gr8 Rajib sir.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Hrushi Sonar.

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  4. Nidhish DessaiSeptember 2, 2013 at 8:20 PM

    I am having a problem with my quickheal total security 2012 & it says to reinstall the software and contact your vendor. Please help me out. Don’t break my faith in you.

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  5. sushil waingankarSeptember 7, 2013 at 11:04 AM

    I hv faith on Quick heal from last 2 years n make sure it protect us
    Thank you team
    N looking forward with such idea n help from team
    Sushil Waingankar

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