Let’s start Monday on the right foot, with no doom and gloom or bad news. After an initial look last week, we’ve now got 25 licences of Lookout endpoint protection to giveaway.

Mobile device protection may be one of the most overlooked areas of online security for many users. Often it’s our first point of connection for emails, messaging and web surfing making it our biggest vulnerability. Lookout offers a number of features for pro-active protection not just of your device, but online security in general including:

  • Malware, Antivirus & Software Security
  • Data Breach Monitor
  • Email, Text Message & Web Protection
  • Wi-Fi Scan & Alerts

We’ll be giving 5 licences away every day this week so you’ve got nothing to lose and a 12 month licence to win. Simply by comment below telling us what device you’ll be running Lookout on.

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Dan

Does it protect from Samsung Bloatware on Galaxy devices? I’ll be using it on the Motorola Edge 20 Pro.

Ben

I’d put this on my Realme 6 🙂

S.Kelly

I’ll be running this on my LG G7

Bradski

I’d be looking to run this on my Pixel 6 Pro. Curious to see how it compares to BitDefender.

Greg H

I am sceptical that this is necessary if a person is sensible. However if by some fluke I win the ‘Giveaway’ I will use it on my Galaxy Z Flip just in case.

Samuel

I’ll be putting it on my Mum’s phone, she has zero idea of internet safety and doesn’t listen to me. It’s only a matter of time before she clicks a phishing link and hands over all her details.

Justvas

I’ll be running it on my Galaxy S20 FE – will know that it will be safe and peace of mind from online threats.

groveraus

Using the Pixel 6 Pro, lucky enough to get it on the JB HiFi EOFY deal, from before to after I was effectively paying $160 for the phone. Not too bad I say, hope for some cool password protection. Cheers

Last edited 1 month ago by groveraus
Phil

I’ll be running it on my daughter’s Galaxy S10 – good to know she’ll be kept safe from malware online!