How to protect your iPhone from Virus attacks

iPhone, mobile security

Most iPhone users are totally unaware that their identity, important account passwords and other essential details are constantly under threat these days. Today, different types of viruses such as Trojans and a plethora of malware are just waiting to pounce on any system. The worst part is that these viruses get spread from one phone to the entire list of contacts as well through the web. Hence, one must be very cautious while using your iPhone anywhere.

Firstly, always try to sign out from your accounts and log in every time instead of storing user name and passwords on the phone. Although the iPhone does not support any random software or applications, this hasn’t stopped virus developers from creating viruses that get installed with some reliable apps. Purchase good antivirus software like Lookout Mobile Security, McAfee etc so you can avoid having to do a hard drive data recovery. You can also go to an Apple store and get software for free. It is advised to install Virus Barrier iOS on your phone to protect it from malicious sites and virus attacks.

Tips to block unknown callers

Are you frustrated with prank calls and unknown callers driving you insane in the middle of the night? Well, people especially young women face these kinds of situations often. Some nuisance callers just for the sake of irritating others do such calls. But you should not get tensed and act sensibly to block such unknown callers.

Firstly, you must find out the owner of the number from which you are getting the calls. You can use the reverse number look up facility to find out about the caller. Then, you can try to speak to the caller and make him understand that you are getting annoyed and you will be forced to take legal action against him if calls do not stop.

If this does not work, you can complain to your network service provider to block the number and hence they will not connect any call from the number to you. You can also keep your phone in the voice mail mode and receive only calls from known people.