How to protect your phone against the phishing attack
I’ve been using a new Samsung smartphone for the past couple of weeks, and have noticed a few strange issues with the device.
The one I’m using right now is a 5-inch Android smartphone.
In my experience, it’s extremely easy to get phishing emails from a phishing site with a screen size of around 5 inches.
The issue I’m seeing with the Samsung smartphone is that it’s a new version of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy Note6, and that Samsung’s device does not support fingerprint recognition.
It’s a common problem that I’ve seen in other phones, and is a sign that Samsung has not yet fixed it.
This is especially problematic for me because I use a fingerprint reader on my iPhone.
I’d recommend you don’t use this Samsung phone for the time being, as it’s not supported by Samsung.
It’s also not compatible with the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Pay, so you’ll have to go through some hoops to use it.
I’m just going to leave it here.
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