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Galaxy S23 Will Protect Against Malware In Memes

Samsung Have Announced a new Message Guard feature which will protect users from zero-click cyber attacks so they don’t even have to open dodgy images or links they receive from spammers phishing.

Samsung insist their latest Knox security safeguards users from malicious code which could be hidden in images to allow hackers to access your phone without you opening it, even while you are sleeping.

According to Samsung, before an image lands in your inbox, it is first detoured to a sandbox where it is scanned by Message Guard. This happens away from other content on your device, so it can’t access any of your other folders or files.

“Samsung Message Guard automatically neutralises any potential threat hiding in image files before they have a chance to do you any harm,” the company says in a Newsroom post.

‘It also runs silently and largely invisibly in the background and does not need to be activated by the user. So where previously you could be endangered without doing anything, now you are protected from zero-click exploits without lifting a finger.”

The feature will initially be available on the Galaxy S23 series, then later on other Galaxy phones and tablets.



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