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Lookout
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Protecting individuals and enterprises alike, Lookout predicts and stops mobile attacks before they do harm.
Protecting individuals and enterprises alike, Lookout predicts and stops mobile attacks before they do harm.

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Did you know that women consider the data on their phones more valuable than men do? Learn how much your phone is really worth:
http://ow.ly/Y014n #yourdataismobile
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If you think your phone is only worth its weight in glass and plastic, think again. Learn more about how valuable the data on your phone is: http://ow.ly/XU47R #yourdataismobile  
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Did you know smartphone users are 3x more likely to click on a malicious link from their phone than a PC? In our final #CyberAware‬ Month post, we'll help you avoid getting phished on your mobile phone.

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#CyberAware month continues with a reminder that you always want to be running on the most up-to-date software on your device: http://bit.ly/1MoOC5U
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We continue #CyberAware Month with a note on #jailbreaking . Jailbreaking or rooting your phone might seem tempting if you think you want more control than you get out of the box, but there are many security concerns you might not realize. http://bit.ly/1MX7oEi
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Fill in the blank: The craziest place I ever left my phone was __________.

Next time, find it with Lookout!
1. Log into your account: https://www.lookout.com/user/login
2. Click "Find My Device."
3. See your device's location on a map.
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When your phone is hiding just out of sight, Scream does just the trick. Sound the alarm, even if your phone is on silent.

1. Log into your Lookout account from www.lookout.com/user/login
2. Click on "Find My Device"
3. Click on "Scream"
4. Your phone will sound an alarm until you find it and turn it off
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October is #CyberAware Month! This month, we'll post a blog every week about how you can keep your device (and all of the data on it) secure. Up first: That pesky password problem http://bit.ly/1Lg4DOT
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‪#‎XcodeGhost‬ is the largest attack on the Apple App Store we’ve seen to date. What you need to know to protect yourself: http://bit.ly/1QtPZU1

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We’ve released an app that lets you check if your device is vulnerable to Stagefright and provides practical advice on how to stay safe. Download our new free Stagefright detector app: http://bit.ly/stagefright-detector
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