You should do this with your cell phone once a week

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The NSA has collected some practical security tips for cell phone users.

Regarding espionage, the US National Security Agency (NSA) knows its stuff like no other. That’s why it also has some practical tips for the public on how to protect themselves in everyday life. “Der Standard” now reports on a document in which such advice has been handily summarized.

A security tip that even many people interested in technology have probably not yet had on their radar is to restart their cell phones at least once a week. This can help combat “zero-click exploits.”. In these attacks, the user or victim does not have to click on anything, but it is possible to intercept the device. The temporary implantation of such malware can often be ended by restarting the device.
Of course, you should never discuss any susceptible information on or near your cell phone. Sometimes, data transmission can also be prevented by deactivating Bluetooth, WLAN, and mobile phone connections.

The best way to protect the cell phone itself against physical, unauthorized use is, of course, with a password. If it is a PIN code, it should at least have six digits. The following applies in other respects: only obtain apps from the official stores, always carry out updates as soon as possible, and do not open suspicious links from unknown senders.

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