I'm quite concerned with privacy and security and I was hoping you would all kindly offer me your experience and perspective on the matter.
I am a Samsung user and was thinking of switching to iPhone. That would only be the case if iPhone provides more security against remote attacks.
I did a bit of digging, and had found Daniel's remarks. However, I was unable to find any further remarks regarding Samsung as to what makes their devices insecure compared to IOS.
Samsung utilises Samsung Knox which offers a hypervisor and real time kernel protection to prevent changes in the kernel, how effective is that at preventing malware and persistence after reboot? Additionally, how would Samsung's firmware and hardware compare to that of IOS or even Google pixel in regard to security?
I apologise if my questions are quite vague/imprecise, I do not specialise in cyber security.