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I am glad you are looking for the safety of your customers on such a complex technology as telephone and internet communications! I could not explain how phone numbers are used from AT&T to call me and when I call back to the same number I receive a notification that the number is out of service even when my call back is done instantly after receiving the obvious SCAM call! I always felt that it was the responsibility of AT&T to solve this problem and not charge us for the use of your solution as other apps do ( such as Numbers)! Excellent app from a trustworthy and serious company !
I downloaded Mobile Security a couple of months ago at the recommendation of AT&T. I’m a U-Verse TV and Internet Fiber customer also. Anyway, I started getting notifications from AT&T that I was about to exceed my 5GB plan when I had never came close to using 3GB in the past. As a precaution I switched to the Unlimited Plan. Then I noticed that my phone was sporadically connecting to WiFi. After being transferred from one CSR to a technician who could actually help me, she asked if I had any software that has a battery saver. I don’t. We did a Network Reset. While rebooting I starting seeing “VPN” messages. The lightbulb in my head went on then. After multiple attempts to turn off the VPN settings in Mobile Security and restarting my phone my only solution was to delete the application and restart. Since then I have never lost my WiFi signal. My huge concern is that why does AT&T promote software that disconnects from their own routers on their own internet system and force cell phone data? Start the conspiracy theories.
Secure VPN: trashed WiFi connectivity so thoroughly they had to send out a notice to all users saying not to use it. Was on mobile chewing data for a day or two before I noticed. Breach Reports: per service, only for ones you explicitly enter. Quick, enter every online service you use. I use tens to hundreds over the course of several years. You’re better off just putting watches on Google News. Personal Info Monitoring: the new hotness. Peppers me with breach reports for my (publicly exposed) email address that say the breach source is unknown—no way to follow up. Can’t turn off breach reports of primary email address at all or disable this monitoring. It’s like Bizarro Troy Hunt designed it. Insecure WiFi Warning: super hit or miss on whether it’s called out. Has occasionally called out secure networks when it checked while handshake still happening. So yeah, it notifies me when there’s a phone system update now and a couple of other BS things I already get notifications for from the original systems. And since it chatters BS alerts at you that you can’t fully disable it trains you to ignore security alerts. What a terrible “service” this is. Avoid like the plague.
I loaded the Security app and my iPhone started being strange - couldn’t go from Safari to Mail, just got a back signal which I couldn’t click on as it would appear only when I clicked on Mail button at top then it would disappear. Went through a Chat with agent and I was told to do a Reset. I went through General Settings, clicked on the Reset and got the warning it would put my iPhone back to Factory and I’d lose all my apps, messages, Mail, etc. During the Chat I raised my concerns, first I was told to not Reset and the very next message was told to Reset. Needless to say, I left the Chat and removed the Security App. My iPhone now works like it did and I can now go from one app to another easily, like it is SUPPOSED TO WORK!!! Very disappointed that AT&T programmers apparently did not check the app out before sending to their consumers!!! 😣☹️😐😒
I received an alert that my personal information has been leaked. My phone number has been leaked too. The solution is don’t give companies or service calling you requesting personal information. The other suggestion, I may want to consider changing my number with my service provider. You call AT&T and their statement was, delete the app, it’s not an AT&T app? If this protection is being offered. There should be a support line available to discuss these issues. If it’s an AT&T app they need to train up some employees and supervisors on the operation of this app. No telling what service is being offered and protected. There’s no support when an alert posts stating a breach of information. I will delete the app and reinstall, to see if this removes the issue. If not I will discontinue paying for an app that has no support behind it.
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AT&T Mobile Security has 14 021 user reviews.
AT&T Mobile Security has an average rating of 4.5.
The latest version of AT&T Mobile Security (4.0.4) was released on Dec 02, 2019.
You can download AT&T Mobile Security here:.
AT&T Mobile Security
Enjoy additional peace of mind with AT&T Mobile Security
AT&T Mobile Security Basic (FREE)
• System Update: Keep up to date with operating system changes with reminders.
• Passcode Check: Ensure you have a passcode to help keep your device and data secure.
• Breach Reports: Get alerts about company data breaches, along with helpful tips.
AT&T Mobile Security Plus (In-app purchase):
AT&T Mobile Security Plus includes all the functionality of AT&T Mobile Security Basic, plus more features to help protect against threats that could compromise your personal information.
• Secure Wi-Fi VPN (Virtual Private Network): Helps protect your data over open (unencrypted) Wi-Fi networks.
• Wi-Fi Alerts: Get alerts when a Wi-Fi network you join may be dangerous to help protect your privacy.
• NEW: Personal ID Monitor: Get alerts if your personal information is found on the dark web.
** AT&T Mobile Security: Some features vary by mobile carrier. Eligible AT&T customers receive automatic fraud blocking and warnings of incoming nuisance calls (Basic), and Enhanced caller ID for US numbers (Plus).
AT&T Mobile Security PLUS: Subscribers pay $3.99/mo. Auto-billed every month through your iTunes account unless canceled. Subscription automatically renews and your account will be charged $3.99 unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. To manage your AT&T Mobile Security Plus (“Plus”) subscription, go to iTunes. Once your Plus subscription is canceled, you will be downgraded to the basic free version of AT&T Mobile Security. To remove the service entirely, you must cancel within the app or via myAT&T, once your iTunes subscription ends.
Rates: Data charges may apply for app download and usage. Other charges and restr. may apply. Payments are nonrefundable (subject to applicable law).
For complete terms for AT&T Mobile Security, see att.com/mobilesecurityeula.
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