Porn to your mobile

Duration: 13min 16sec Views: 823 Submitted: 26.08.2019
Category: Indian
While laptops are usually the best place to watch porn, some days you might feel lazy and just open up PornHub or something on your phone. A common scenario, right? But as convenient as it may be to just watch a quick porno or two on your phone, you should totally avoid doing that, because it makes it real easy for asshole hackers to slide their way into your precious cellular device and leak your personal information to the world. Smartphone operating systems, especially Android, are not as secure as desktops, there are many vulnerabilities that can be easily exploited by hackers. The research discovered that 40 of the 50 top adult content sites, including Brazzers, AdultFriendFinder, and Ashley Madison, have been exposed to massive data leaks , and interestingly, the leaks came from categories that most chief information security officers would deem safe.

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Nearly one-quarter of malware on mobile devices comes from porn websites , according to a new study from Blue Coat, a Web security and optimization company. But when they do go to those sites, the risk of inadvertently downloading malware to their devices increases three-fold. That makes watching porn on smartphones a far bigger threat than viewing porn on a PC. Porn led to more malware on smartphones and tablets than e-mail spam, malicious websites, and fake apps combined. Part of the problem, Blue Coat said, is that the nature of mobile devices makes differentiating legitimate sites from malicious ones a tricky task.