A Need for Privacy: MobileTrust® Part 1

A Need for Privacy: MobileTrust® Part 1


At James Graham and Josie Rourke’s new drama Privacy at the Public Theatre, all the cell phones were hacked. As a result the audience were shocked, into a frightening reality. An estimated 16 million mobile devices are infected with mobile malware. Electronic Watergate and identity fraud, are regular occurrences on the nighty news. On CBS, one of their highest rated shows was called “Hacking Your Phone.” Did you know, just knowing by your phone number, a hacker can track your whereabouts, where you work, who you meet and read your texts and this is just the beginning.


Cyber thieves use malicious software programs to steal banking credentials from unsuspecting consumers. When they log into your bank accounts via their mobile phones, the bank does not know it isn’t you. It is difficult to quantify how much money has been stolen as a result of the mobile phone malware, because thieves access the information through normal channels.

Less than one-third of smartphone owners use mobile antivirus or anti-malware software on their phones. Additionally, some mobile-phone owners unknowingly make their devices vulnerable to attacks when they tamper with operating systems to run unauthorized apps. Just walking down the street a hacker can access your information. It has gotten that bad.

Thankfully StrikeForce Technologies, a company from New Jersey, has become the new super hero in keeping you safe, without breaking the bank. For $29.99 you can buy MobileTrust® v3 the world’s most comprehensive security app. StrikeForce’s military-grade anti-keylogging technology encrypts every keystroke you type into your smartphone or tablet while browsing, texting, emailing, and logging in to any website or VPN. With MobileTrust, keylogging cyber thieves have nothing to see — and nothing to steal. You can’t hack what you can’t see. The great hing about this product is you can use it no matter if you are an Apple or and Android user.

Mark L. Kay CEO states “97% of Android users and 87% of Apple users have already been hacked.”


For $29.99 you can protect two mobile devices for a year. Free updates, on-line support and peace of mind is now easily yours.


Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. Currently she has a screenplay in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She was the Broadway Informer on the all access cable TV Show “The New Yorkers,” soon to be “The Tourist Channel.” email:

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