Smartphones with Android operating system are creating maximum convenience for users with access to many applications built on different platforms. It is this ease that allows malicious codes to attack and spread, endangering users.
Before the strong explosion of technology, almost everyone owned one or two smartphones. Accordingly, internet usage habits have also changed. We can access the network anytime, anywhere with a phone connected to 3G or wifi.
Statistics from the most recent StarCounter show that mobile devices have outstripped computers in users’ internet browsing habits. Along with this convenience has created the risk that mobile devices are increasingly threatened by viruses and malicious code.
Currently, Android devices are becoming the target of hacker attacks. Act with malicious software to install and launch malicious code attacks on devices. At that time, the malicious code penetrates deep into the device and dominates the access rights, robbing the user’s administrative rights. From there, perform operations to collect all data information, especially sensitive financial information. As a result, not a few devices have been hacked for the purpose of cryptocurrency mining.
Before that painful situation, users are forced to protect themselves, be wary of any strange software with links and requests to provide personal information.
In addition, according to a survey of thousands of security experts in nearly 30 countries, standard security research has provided methods to pay attention to Smarphone users to effectively protect their Android devices from away from malicious code attacks.
* use only official Google Play.
Also only download applications provided from legitimate vendors. Absolutely do not download floating, illegal applications.
* set limited functionality with download app.
* When using multiple mobile management solutions in a business device synchronously, it is necessary to have security measures in place to provide information to employees as well as effectively control access rights.
* Only access code belonging to the Android operating system, preventing unauthorized access when malicious code attacks.
* Application of anti-malware and virus solutions.
* Make sure the device is always updated to the new version of the operating system.
* Enterprises need to have data security policies, prohibiting the connection of shared devices to personal devices to avoid data being copied.
* It is necessary to propagate and be wary of the dangers of fraudulent messages and malicious code transmission via mobile devices.
Especially in the process of using the network to search for information or on social networks, users should not be attracted and attracted by ads and ask to click on links to see details. In it, it is easy to hide malicious code just waiting for the user to access, malicious code will attack the device.