⚔️SECURITY is a constant concern in today’s world, when technology can easily work with or against our safety. Everyone carries a smartphone these days, with a growing 2.32 billion users who access private information on their device daily. The question is, who else is accessing that private information? In 2016, hackers targeted nearly a million Android phones–and that statistic isn’t even considering phones with other operating systems such as Apple or Windows. Luckily, there are ways to tell whether your smartphone has been hacked. If any activity on your phone seems suspicious, run a few quick checks to make sure that your phone’s security is on the up-and-up. Let’s start from the beginning:o
✅✅Know the Signs and Signals Make yourself aware of common signs that your phone is being monitored. Knowing all these codes doesn’t help if you don’t know what abnormal activity looks like, and therefore don’t know when or how to use them. Warning signs include: * Unknown apps: Malicious monitoring apps need to be directly installed on your device, so it’s a red flag if you see an app with a vague name that you don’t recognize. * Rapid battery loss: Malware constantly running in the background takes a toll on your phone’s resources, which can also lead to slow performance and unusual overheating. * Strange text messages: Are friends receiving SMS or social media messages that you didn’t send? * Increased data or SMS use: When your data and SMS use for the month exceeds your normal use significantly, it can mean that you’re not the only one controlling device use. * Pop-ups despite having an adblocker. Strange pop-ups may appear attempting to phish information if malware is affecting your phone. * Blocked e-mails: Are you sending e-mails that never reach their destination? This mysterious phenomena indicates that your e-mail configuration has been moved to an unauthorized server. * Data breaches * : If you’ve had private information like passwords or private messages leaked, that’s a good sign that there’s a problem elsewhere. This isn’t an exhaustive list of potential signs and signals that you’re being hacked, but it should give you a good idea so you can make common-sense decisions about what’s normal and what isn’t. Next: what action should you take if you notice a red flag?
✅✅What if You Have Been Hacked?
If you’ve been hacked, there are a few steps you can take to re-secure your information and protect yourself. First, if the redirection code indicates that calls are being redirected, dial ##002#, which automatically undoes all redirection commands. Second, run a full system restore on your phone, wiping it completely. But first, encrypt your data so it’s fully protected. On most phones, these settings are under Settings > Security. It may take a few hours, so make sure your phone is plugged in. It can lead to permanent damage if the battery drains to nothing while encrypting and wiping your phone. And If You find all these steps Difficult, We Can Help you get it Done Remotely💻 Feel Free To Contact Us Via 📲compositehacks @ gmail . com📲
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