Smishing

The word "smishing" comes from the term "SMS phishing," which scammers use to target people via text messages on their phones. Smishing attempts are similar to email phishing in that they trick recipients into giving out sensitive data. To lure victims, scammers often impersonate legitimate entities, like banks, government agencies, or popular services. Messages like this may contain urgent requests, false alerts, or alluring offers, enticing recipients to click on malicious links, provide personal info, or make unauthorized payments.

Apr 25, 2020

Great experience with Guardio

Great experience with Guardio. Works behind the scenes so smoothly with no pop ups etc.I love how it would only notify me when anything tries to access my private information. Great job well done!!

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Esther Alei Tafa

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May 3, 2020

Best site security I have found.

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Steve Popz May

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May 8, 2020

Spending money the right way!

Spending money the right way! Guardio makes sure every website i visit is safe and brings me back to safety when it isn't. Best Decision ever made!

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Reneja Rasberry

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