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.

Jun 5, 2020

was having continuous ad popups

I was having continuous ad popups. Guardio took care of them all. I'm so pleased with this service! I'm also alerted about possible threats while surfing. I have every intention of continuing with Guardio.

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Tessa 782

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Apr 29, 2020

thanks for the pop up l didnt know that…

thanks for the pop up l didnt know that l was uncovered Nice to know that l am safe again

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Lola Lion Cachet

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Jun 4, 2020

have only had Guardio for a short…

I have only had Guardio for a short time. In that time I feel that it has protected me against Spyware & Malware~ I would recommend this service~

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Deb Ryan

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