Statistics About The Most Hacked Phone Brands

The statistics show that the most hacked phone brands tend to be popular models with widespread use and connectivity capabilities.

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"According to a 2020 study, Motorola had a hacking rate of 9.87%."

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"Over 8.7% of global hacking attempts in 2020 were on Huawei phones."

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"About 6.52% of worldwide mobile phone hacking attempts were on iPhones in 2020."

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"Vivo users accounted for 2.9% of the total hacking attempts on mobile phones in 2020."

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"Lenovo phones constituted 2.8% of total attacks in 2020."

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"LG phones were target of nearly 1.73% of the total mobile hacking attempts in 2020."

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"1.48% of total hacking attempts on mobile phones in 2020 were on Asus mobiles."

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"In 2020, Android's platform was more often targeted by hackers with 47.15% of the total malware detection."

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"iPhones constituted less than 1% of the total mobile phone malware attacks in 2020."

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"15% of users reported a hack on Android phones resulting from free Wi-Fi usage."

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"In 2020, nearly 70% of phishing websites were targeting mobile users."

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"In 2021, 1 in every 36 mobile devices had high risk apps installed."

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"15% of Android users had never installed a security app on their phone, making them more vulnerable to hacking."

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