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London, United Kingdom - Due to popular demand Rod Cambridge, the author of 'How NOT To Use Your Smartphone', has released a paperback version of the eBook.

Increasingly, smartphone users are being hacked because they don't understand how to configure or use their devices safely. And identity thieves can do an awful lot of bad once they have someone's personal information. The bad guys can trick smartphone owners into connecting to insecure Wi-Fi networks where their credentials and other private information becomes exposed. They can drop malware onto a device without the user realising, or make the smartphone call or text premium numbers that the bad guys own, pocketing the cash while the user ends up with huge bills. All too often the victims of hackers also have to deal with financial, banking, credit card, and utilities fraud, loss of social and professional reputation, and more.

In this book, computer security professional Rod Cambridge highlights...

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