Smartphone Overuse Leads To Cyber Attacks

May 2, 2019

One thing about smartphones that people have started to realize is that we use them a little too much. You are probably guilty of such a thing yourself, and research has shown that, on average, people spend about 33% of their waking hours on their phone. The reason why people say that you shouldn’t overuse your smartphone is quite simple: it’s not very good for your health. However, while it is true that using your smartphone a little too much is not going to be good for you because of the fact that it would harm your health, there is another reason that you should consider putting your phone down every once in a while.

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MetaCert protects companies of all sizes from phishing attacks when using mobile email and messaging app. Whether it's a mobile app or an loT device, if it communicates over http, the MetaCert Security API can add a thin but very powerful layer of security to help protect consumers from malicious attacks over the Internet. MetaCert's patent-pending Security API checks the reputation of http requests in real time, warning consumers of potential threats before allowing known malicious web pages (or other resources) from loading inside the app. MetaCert also offers a content-based filtering service for developers that want to block pornography inside their apps.

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