These five apps can wipe off all your Mobile Security worries

Smart Phones have become a necessity these days, but the security concerns they offer are many. Especially, the Pegasus software surveillance revelations have left many in the mobile world baffled. And the highlight in the discovery was a Saudi Prince using the NSO Group built software to spy on Amazon Chief Jeff Bezos and leaking his personal life details as texts and photos to the media. Later, leading to his divorce and revelation of his secret girlfriend on the web.

Thus, to all smart phone users who are busy searching for apps that can help them stay safe from security thefts and data leaks, here’s a small list of such apps.

AppLockGo Application– This app offers a fingerprint, password or PIN lock and helps secure gallery, SMSes, Contacts and social media apps along with the settings app. This app also offers the privilege of masking sensitive apps and so has garnered the trust of over 9 million users who gave it a 4.4-star rating on an average. It is free to download from both App or Playstore.

Keepass2Android- This app can be downloaded for free from PlayStore and allows users to store all passwords securely; a similar service seen in DropBox as well.

OpenKeyChains Application- This free to download app helps its users to communicate in a more secure way on a private note. It uses a secure encryption node, allowing users to receive and send messages that are digitally signed with the help of a private key.

Duo Mobile Application- This is a free to download an application that is available on Appstore and Playstore. And allows users to get services that are enabled with a 2FA authentication. Every time this application generates a passcode for login and allows push notifications for ease and can access apps and web services.

Mobileshield Security App- Downloading this free app makes sense as it allows traffic monitoring feature, an encrypted vault, a system scanner to monitor threats and a location tracker for restoring data in real time. And it also acts as an anti-malware scanner and helps detect malicious apps by periodically scanning for them on devices.


Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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