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Tuesday, 28 November 2017

6 tips to eliminate viruses on the iPhone



A few days ago we talked about the hoax (or not) of viruses on iPhone and the stability and security of the iOS operating system. And although Apple says there is no virus, the reality is that we are still exposed to other types of malware such as spyware, adware, ransomware, etc. just with being open to the internet.

So although colloquially we refer to viruses, it is really malware that we want to avoid. But deep down, what else does it call? Emulating Shakespeare in Romeo and Juliet The rose would not stop being pink, and spreading its aroma, even if it was called differently ... because the same thing happens to us, because what we want is for our iPhone to go fast and fast and that our information remains private and confidential .

So call it viruses, spyware, ransomware, Trojans, keyloggers or whatever, then we show you a series of tips to eliminate malware on the iPhone .


How to remove viruses on the iPhone

    Detect the apps that give problems and delete them . If you notice that something is wrong lately and you suspect an app, simply delete it and research it online. Although Apple extreme precautions and develops a hard test bank before admitting an application in the App Store, but who knows, it could happen. If you have downloaded the internet app, then you have all the ballots so that hidden under your code there is malware.

    Make sure you have installed the latest iOS update . With each new update, Apple solves bugs and security breaches, as well as incorporating new features. A specific malware or error may have been corrected recently. To check that you have the latest installed, go to Settings > General > Software update and check that there is nothing new.

Clears data and browsing history . Perhaps what is giving you problems is browsing Safari, which may redirect you to unauthorized sites or pages. So, the first thing you should do is erase the history and the cache of the app. Just go to Settings > Safari > Clear history and website data > OK .

Restart the device . A classic in computer science. We know that sounds silly, but sometimes restarting problems are solved. Needless to say, if it is malware, it will not work, but in other cases it will.

Restore your device from the factory . If we can not remove it in any way, we always have to restore the factory iPhone, something that will restore the iPhone to its original state. To do this go to Settings> General> Reset> Delete content and settings .

 If all these measures do not get your iPhone to go as before, it's time to visit an Apple Store or authorized technical service .

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