Why You Should Turn Your Phone OFF & ON Again

Hackers are turning their attention to smartphones because they have realised that people rarely turn their smartphones off.  Because of this, they don’t need to write ‘heavy’ coded malware to survive a reboot, they simply create ‘lighter’ coded malware that lives in a phones memory. 

Hackers know how we treat our smartphones, so they’ve migrated to delivering mobile malware that runs and lives in a phone’s memory.

The simple action of turning your smartphone off and on again requires zero technical ability and only takes a minute to expel common malware threats from your phone’s memory.

As part of cyber security best practice it makes sense to regularly turn your phone off and on again to eliminate potential malware from your phones memory.

 

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