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How to Protect Your Privacy on your Phone

Posted on Tuesday, December 18 2018 @ 11:03:14 CET by

Nowadays, we use our phones for everything. Actually, we use them for even sensitive things like banking. Furthermore, we make transactions at online shops or casinos en ligne (online casinos) using our mobile devices. For this reason, you must be aware and wary of other people trying to exploit your personal information.

In this article, we discuss how to protect your privacy on your phone.

How to Protect Your Privacy on Phone
No one is safe from data exploitation. There are hackers on the internet. Not only that, thieves may even take your phone and manipulate your data. Consider the tips below to keep your privacy safe on the phone.

Use a Passcode
No matter what, always use a passcode. Not doing so allows anyone to just swipe and start using your information. Set up a passcode that is not your birthday or any other obvious combination. Also, you should never share your passcode with anyone at all.

Be Selective With Your Apps
Never install third-party apps without finding more about them. The truth is some of them are neither secure nor private. For that reason, always download your apps from your respective software provider’s store. Remember, it is not every app that uses the latest SSL encryption like online gambling apps, visit https://www.southafricancasinosites.com to learn more about casino apps.

Don’t Click on Suspicious Links
For some reason, most people are comfortable with clicking links on their phones more than on their PCs. We advise that you not do it! Most of these links will ask you for personal information. Always do your research before giving out your information online.

Write down Your IMEI
All phones come with a 15 digit number known as International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI). If ever your phone gets stolen or lost, this number comes in handy. It can be used to track your phone down, therefore quick recovery. You can find this number behind your phone’s battery. If not, you can find it in the phone’s settings.

Back Up Your Phone Regularly
Always have an external or cloud backup of all your information. In the event that your phone is stolen or lost, your information will be safe. In fact, we suggest backing up once every day for the best results.


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