smart phones applications embedded uses everyday life, but one usually have to pay part of the privacy-peer benefit from these programs, for example Some applications, such as Facebook and iTranslate and WhatsApp to send personal data, such as user name and telephone numbers and e-mail addresses mail or even passwords are not anonymous or non-encrypted server company provided for these free services.
She explained the test of goods and products in the German capital Berlin, that such companies transferring data from their own and without being asked to do so, and thus the data transfer process is unsafe at all.
Additionally usage statistics are sent different applications are unnecessary or metadata is transferred smartphone without the user’s knowledge. Experts say that could be through metadata customize the information sent from various applications to mobile specific, and thus enable the company developed for these applications or networks analysis and advertising, and that data is passed to it, to create profiles for users, where they are exploited, for example in advertising materials propaganda directed commensurate with the nature and needs of the user profile.
And advises the test products and commodities users not to use the applications in public Internet access points (Hotspot); because data is transferred unencrypted wireless communications networks WLAN is secured, which allows hackers to penetrate the user data with ease.
When you specify a password for different applications, you may never use the same word used in online banking or email accounts.