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Ways to protect the device from penetration

Ways to protect the device from penetration

Ways to Protect the device from penetration


Protect computers from penetration


Computers can be protected from penetration as follows:

- Download and install anti-spyware programs: Download and install anti-spyware programs on computers in order to protect them from penetration, and in general you must update anti-spyware applications in order to take advantage of their latest versions and copies.

- Caution when browsing the web: Caution must be exercised when opening websites from unknown sources. It is also advisable to download software from trusted websites only, i.e. if the user is not sure of the reliability of the site it should be kept away from it and not use it in downloading.

- Beware of pop-ups: It is recommended to avoid clicking on the "OK" icon when it appears randomly in unwanted pop-ups, malware may be installed on a computer when clicking on the OK icon in the pop-up, and to get rid of these windows that appear must be pressed "Alt + F4", then click on the "X" that appears in red in the corner.

- Tracking OS updates: Modern operating systems provide features that are not present in older systems, where security policies are improved in modern operating systems, and anti-virus and spyware are included.

 Protect Android from penetration


The Android device can be protected from penetration as follows:

- Lock the device because there are a large number of Android users whose phones are hacked because it is not unlocked, and the process of locking the Android phone is through a personal identification number or smart lock, and in detail, you must click on the settings icon, then choose security, then screen lock, then choose a number Personal identification. You can also use the "Smart Lock" feature, which provides an opportunity to unlock the phone by face.

- Disabling unknown sources, as Google makes every effort to make sure that the Google Play store is free of harmful applications through which Android devices are hacked.

- Allow the Android system to detect and verify applications, that is, to enable the Android phone in order to periodically check the applications installed on the device so that malware is identified.

- Keep the Android update, as Google releases security updates from time to time in order to protect devices.

- Turn on the Safe Browsing feature in Chrome, as the web browser is filled with harmful websites that try to steal personal data from devices, so the "harmful app" application must be downloaded to Android.

Types of anti-spyware


 Hardware can be protected from multiple sources, as dozens of companies produce antivirus and anti-spyware software for computers, servers, and smartphones, and new versions of "Microsoft Windows" include "Windows Defender", and in general there are free anti-virus programs, such as "Avast" and "AVG", and non-free antivirus programs like "McAfee".

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