Samsung has implemented na anti-virus software on tthe Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, reveals that the company development concern with mobile protection and security in a world that still see cybercrime grow by the millisecond. Currently, the company has been partnering with mobile security management company Absolute Software Corporation to see to it that Galaxy Tab tablets secures from internet and real-world crime.
The announcement has been made by Samsung South Africa earlier this week in a company press release. Absolute has created Computrace, and it is designed to track a Galaxy Tab tablet in the event that it is stolen from you. It can also be effective at reactivating and catching a criminal in this theft and use of the device, even if the criminal does a reset and cleans all the memory of the device. The motive behind Computrace’s “regeneration” has to do with the point that the software is embedded within the firmware and not only the software experience. Costumers need to subscribe to the service to beneficiate of this anti-theft capability.
The range of Galaxy Tab is less considerated here, but Samsung’s most prominent tablet lineup, including the 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab 4, would be the first beneficiaries of the new Samsung-Absolute software anti-theft campaign.
At this point, Computrace will be only available for South African residents, and there are no hints about become worldwide. But, we know that mobile security and protection have become a concern for Samsung – due in some part, to the Korean manufacturer’s staunch fruit rival who’s been quite vocal about the hypothetical lack of security on Android devices.