Malwares often enter Android phones through apps designed to perform malicious tasks. Malwares that enter like this steal user information. Sheets the system.
How to detect…?
How to detect if our phone is infected with malware…? Such a confusion is common to everyone. However, some signs that appear on our smartphone indicate that the device is infected with malware. There are lots of problems like poor performance, battery draining suddenly, phone getting hot, unwanted advertisement pop-up appearing all of a sudden.
How to escape from these…?
Avoid malware attacks as much as possible by updating your operating system and installing security software. Here are some other tips for that.
Download apps only from trusted sources. Do not use other sites to download apps. Malicious apps may appear early on these sites.
Check the apps carefully. That is, before downloading any app, download it after carefully checking the developer, reviews of the app, typos in the description, grammatical errors and other information.
Don’t allow all unnecessary downloading of apps. Be careful when giving permission. Some apps also ask permission to access camera and microphone. These are likely to be malicious at times.
So be careful as much as you can…