Wednesday, 13 April 2016

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3 Easy Steps to have virus Free Apps on iOS

Avoid Jailbreaking your Device
Keeping your iOS Apps Secured
Hey Guys! Are you one of the Apple Devices users? Then might be this article would benefit you in being at the safe side.Today i am giving you a detailed guide on how to secure your Apps from Viruses
For the past five years, Apple has been able to keep its App store safe from different kinds of malware. However, this does not make your iOS device full proof and protected from different kinds of malware such as worms, viruses and Trojan horses. It is very important for every owner of an iOS device to know different strategies of protecting their devices' Apps from viruses. Viruses may cause great damage to an iPhone, iPad or an iPod touch through an application. They may cause hackers to steal your personal information, damage the device's memory causing instability of the applications, attack your network or cause other malware to attack your device among other problems. There are different ways to protect and prevent viruses from getting into your iOS device and its Apps.

Use a credible and recognized antivirus

One of the best ways of protecting your iOS Apps is to install a recognized and credible antivirus. There are many kinds of applications on the Internet that claim to be exceptional antivirus programs. However, it is very important to use antivirus applications that come from credible and recognized manufacturers such as Norton. Norton is a good example of a credible antivirus since they are well recognized in many countries and the company has a Norton contact phone number that can be used as a support forum. The following points can be used to identify an appropriate and efficient antivirus.
  • It should be able to scan files on iOS devices.

  • Scan all downloaded files.

  • Complete scans in the background.

  • Scan websites to detect malware hosting and website threats.

  • Delete viruses and other malware that may be in your device prior to installation.

  • Prevent viruses from getting into your device after installation of the antivirus.

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Avoid Jail breaking your device

Avoid Jailbreaking your Device
Jail breaking is the modification of the iOS system to allow the user to download unauthorized Apps to their device. This causes the unauthorised Apps to bypass the security features that are installed in the iOS device. Jail breaking allows viruses to bypass the security layers provided in your device. It has been identified to be one of the main gateways for viruses into your device. Jail breaking leads to the following problems on your device.
It damages applications once viruses are introduced into the device.
It causes the disruption of services offered by other applications on your device such as visual voicemail, weather and stocks.
It causes the inability to update different applications on your device hence make them vulnerable to viruses.
It is therefore important to get Apps from the Apple store since it has been kept safe by the company.

Check application reviews and developers before downloading any application

Most people only look at the ratings when they are choosing an application for their iOS. It is very important to look at the reviews as well. This will help you to identify details about the applications. Reviews reveal certain irregularities that may be an indication of viruses once the application is downloaded. This will prevent you from downloading applications that are suspicious of introducing viruses to your device. It is also important to learn about the developer of the applications. If you have never heard of them before, it is important to look them up to identify any red flags.
i hope that you would follow these methods in order to be safe side in the vast world of Apple.
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This Article has been written by Apple Central Staff which is located in India.


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