What is your Mobile security setup these days?

Discussion in 'mobile device security' started by guest, Nov 15, 2016.

  1. G1111

    G1111 Registered Member

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    Okay, thanks.
     
  2. TairikuOkami

    TairikuOkami Registered Member

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    Oukitel WP20 with Android 12

    NextDNS set as PrivateDNS blocking virtually all TLDs, malware, tracking
    Microsoft Authenticator as MFA and a password manager
    No firewall, since most usable were deprecated

    Microsoft Edge for browsing
    Brave for Youtube/Google
    TOR for everything else
     
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  5. pegas

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    I was using Norton 360 including VPN on Apple devices but I switched to Adguard Pro including DNS + Adguard VPN and I'm fine with this setup. In particular, DNS filtering has a big impact on devices usage because it filters all internet traffic so all installed apps are ad-free, not just browsers. DNS is fully configurable and you can decide whether it works on wi-fi, mobile data or both. Another advantage is that Adguard VPN works great (reliably) with Adguard Pro/DNS over IPSec.
     
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  7. G1111

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    App Security (App Protection, Google Play Protect & Auto Blocker (all options enabled))
    Samsung Internet Browser (strict privacy settings & AdBlock Plus for Samsung)
    Protectstar Firewall AI Pro (Quad9 DNS)
    Bitdefender Mobile Security
    Protectstar Anti-Virus AI (second opinion scanner)
     
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  8. SlipNot

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    1) Kaspersky Premium.

    2) NextDNS.

    3) Brave browser.

    4) In the developers options I have turned on Wi-Fi scan throttling, and Wi-Fi non-persistant MAC randomization.
     
  9. Space Ghost

    Space Ghost Registered Member

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    dns0.eu
    AdLock
    1Password
    ESET Mobile Security
    Malwarebytes Free
     
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  10. longshots

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    New set up.
    Dumped my iPhone for an Android.
    Dumped Google because...
    Now have a Pixel 7a running GrapheneOS.
    So far, so good.
     
    Last edited: May 22, 2024
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