It’s basically impossible to stay afloat in society without a mobile smart device of some sort. They’re used in schools, jobs, and cars even have features inoperable without one!
We use smartphones in basically every aspect of our daily lives, but we mostly use them for our personal life. Our entire lives are broadcasted by different combinations of codes that will never go away – for all of the eternity! These days we have literally everything about our lives on social media. Phone numbers, full names, photos, check-ins, and even your location are all easily accessible. We all do this so mindlessly, and you have to wonder – is this really safe?
The answer to your question is no. Think about it like this: anything you put on the internet stays there forever regardless of whether you delete it – but that’s not the scariest part. Anything you put out there can instantly be downloaded to someone else’s hard drive with no trace at all. That means a part of you is on someone’s computer and there’s nothing you can do about it! You don’t have to freak out, but most importantly don’t let this happen to you. You need to protect yourself from the internet.
The cloud and internet are so massive and accessible to everyone that it can be extremely dangerous to store important information on your device. I wouldn’t have anything on there that you wouldn’t mind the whole world seeing because they basically can. All of our smartphones are connected to the same databases, clouds, and storage drives and it’s likely each of us is being tracked by somebody. The internet is a thief and scammers most useful tool.
Because our smartphones are so accessible by essentially the entire world, you have to be informed on the latest methods of protecting yourself. Humans created technology and they can manipulate it too. Thankfully, you can use these codes to see who has been keeping records of your data. Here’s how!
All you have to do is open the phone dialer and type in these codes. They will open up a secret menu from which you can see all sorts of information about who’s been accessing your data and where it goes!