In today’s time almost everyone uses a smartphone. Smartphones make many of our tasks easier. It has many advantages but there are advantages as well as disadvantages. This damage includes virus and hacking in the smartphone. Hackers can steal your important data through your smartphone. Also, you can access and clear your bank account as well. Today we are going to tell you such an easy way, through which you can find out whether your phone has a virus or not.
Spyware Apps are quite common nowadays. Viruses enter the users’ smartphones from these apps and the user does not even know about it. These spyware keep stealing user’s data through the phone’s apps. This data can include passwords, personal photos and bank details, everything. TechCrunch recently found a cache file containing information about several Android devices and a spyware network named TheTruthSpy.
Spyware has many names
TheTruthSpy network includes spyware apps such as TheSpyApp, ExactSpy, GuestSpy, Copy9, MxSpy, iSpyoo, SecondClone and FoneTracker. All of them do the work of stealing under different names. Smartphones’ IMEI numbers or their unique advertising ID details are stolen from these apps.
easy way to check virus
Let us now tell you how you can check whether spyware has entered your smartphone or not. For this, go to https://techcrunch.com/pages/thetruthspy-investigation/ page from your phone or computer. Here you will get the option of IMEI and Ads ID and you have to enter the IMEI number or Ads ID of your phone.
After this, if you see that there is a change in the Ads ID of your phone, then it means that a virus has come in your phone. If ‘Likely Match’ is written on the phone, then it means that the phone is included in the virus list, but they do not have much of your data. While checking if you see ‘No match’ on the screen then it means that your phone is completely safe.