Are you using an Android device? Let's make your device highly secure. Here I am going to tell you 4 tips that will help you for this. So, let's start this:
Have you ever noticed that when you go to a website, you will see a notification with "not secure" that appears at the top left side of your browser. This is a dangerous signal, the site where you see it, you should avoid it immediately. Because these can sites harm your device.
But wait, there are some Popular websites Like- (new-speaker.com) that will show you "Not Secure" notifications. But they are safe for browsing.
So, how will you find which "Not Safe" site is really safe for browsing? In such a situation, you have to use free tools like-Alexa, Cutestat, where you can analyze the health or popularity of a site.
Suppose you are sitting at a train station and waiting for someone. Meanwhile, you see a free Wi-Fi board and you happily connect the Wi-Fi.
So what do you think you did right or wrong?
Surely you have done wrong because using public Wi-Fi is not free from dangers. Perhaps you do not know that your secret information can be stolen by using public Wi-Fi. But still if you use it then what should you keep in mind?
1) Don’t use "Not Secure" sites even if they are secure, 3) use a VPN (Virtual Proxy Network), 2) don't open your banking app or details during that session.
Are you confused about what I am going to tell you? Let’s see:
For example, suppose I downloaded a photo editing app on my Android Phone. So it will definitely reach my gallery. The reason for this is that the work of this app is from my photos and I wouldn't mind it either. But if photo editing app wants to reach my contacts, then it hurts me. I will not allow a Photo Editing App to access my contacts under any circumstances.
Do you install apps that are not available on the Google Play Store? Oh God! I do not do this.
If an app is not available on Google Play Store, it means that Play Store has not verified that app. And you know that Android is a product of Google, so according to me, apps in a Android device should be verified by Google Play Store.