Tips and Tricks: Is your phone even hacked? Find out in these ways
Israeli technology firm NSO Group was in the news last year. There were allegations that NSO's spyware app Pegasus was sold by Israel's Ministry of Defense to governments of other countries. Recently, many such reports have come to the fore, in which it has been mentioned that this app was used by the governments of many countries to spy on many people like activists, journalists, politicians etc. The spyware app Pegasus can easily enter your phone. Once installed on your phone, this app can easily pass all your information to the concerned hackers. Apart from the spyware app Pegasus, there are many other apps on the Internet, which can be easily installed on your phone after clicking on any unnecessary link. In that case you need to be careful.
If you are a smartphone user and use the internet, then there may be a possibility that spyware app is hidden in your phone as well. Because of this your smartphone can be hacked. In such a situation, today we are going to tell you about those methods, with the help of which you can find out whether your phone is infected with spyware app or not. Let's know -
If your phone has been infected with a spyware app, then in this case your phone's battery will drain very quickly. If your phone's battery is draining faster than before, then there is a high possibility that your phone has been infected with a virus or spyware app.
If your phone's screen often turns on or off automatically, then there may be a malware or spyware app hiding in the smartphone. If this problem is also occurring in your phone, then probably your smartphone has been hacked and all the important data present in it is being leaked.
The truth is that today we are living in the era of globalization, where everyone is connected to each other. So there is no guarantee of safety. If you want to keep your important data secure digitally, then you have to be alert on every front. Your slightest mistake on the Internet can cause a big loss.