Defend your mobile phones against hackers thru Hackuna App

Leave your worries behind in connecting to public wifi as Hackuna app is here to protect your phones.

Aiming to make the cyberspace safer for businesses and individuals, Cryptors Cybersecurity Inc. popularly known as “Cryptors” launched Hackuna Anti-hack, a mobile application that serves as weapon against mobile hackers.

Developed by 21-year-old CEO Alexis Lingad, the Hackuna app, derived from famous Lion King movie statement “Hakuna Matata” (means no worries), claims to be the first of its kind in the world. 

By downloading the app, which is available now in Google Play and soon to be in App store, it boasts its capability to blocks hackers within the network from hacking the user. Through pressing the button WiFi Blocker, the user can now track the one who hacked her/him making the world different now, as hackers are the one who should be afraid of hacking the users on public WiFi.

“Before, we have to be extra careful in connecting to free WIFI on public areas such as train stations, coffee shops, malls and government offices because these are the places where WIFI hackers mostly catch their victims. But because Hackuna app is already here to protect your mobile phones against these threats, you don’t need to worry anymore” Lingad said.

Alexis Lingad, CEO of Cryptors Cybersecurity Inc and the brain behind Hackuna app

Meanwhile, by clicking the Permission Analyzer button in the Hackuna app, it will detect the apps that have unreasonable permission to access the user’s private data, camera, mic, SMS, GPS, call logs and contacts without the user knowing. 

“There are a lot of apps that seems trusted just because we downloaded it on Play Store but there are still apps that go beyond the security of the platform. For example the Pitu app, it is a trendy app in but it has been discovered that it collects too many private data in our smartphone and invades our privacy. A simple Flashlight app in Play Store meanwhile is asking a lot of permission in your smartphone to access private data that is unreasonable to access. By using Hackuna, you will be able to detect these unknown hackers and track them down, it is a truly beautiful weapon”, Lingad explained.

Moreover, its Malware Buster has the ability to detect the hidden spy apps and the trojans that hackers use in hacking and controlling users phone remotely.

The Hackuna app boasts its 10,000 downloads in Google play in just one month which most of the subscriptions coming from The United States and The Philippines.

“Usually, a mobile security apps takes a month to have its 1000 installments. Hackuna just did 10 times of that. In just 1 month after its public launch,. it gained 10,000+ downloads. Usually, there are only 1% – 5% daily active users in a security mobile apps but in Hackuna, we have 30% – 40% daily active users, ” he added.

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About the Company

Alexis Lingad founded Cryptors in 2014 to make the cyberspace safer for businesses and individuals. The company’s first product harnesses the services of “white hats” or ethical hackers to find vulnerabilities in a system or website. Bug bounty programs, in essence, reward individuals for discovering and reporting software bugs. This product became the first of its kind in Southeast Asia. 

In 2016, Cryptors was supported and mentored by software development company 8layer Technologies for about six months. In 2018, it won a six-month incubation program from KMC Solutions.Its second product the Hackuna app, an anti-hack application serves as netizens weapon against mobile hackers.

About the Founder

Alexis Lingad is a two-time champion of Philippine Hacker Games (2015 & 2017).  He authored a book entitled “Cyber Defender: The Power of Hacking.” After being kicked out by Mapua University due to some issues, he founded his company Cryptors at the age of 18 and has been featured internationally by History Channel. He is doing trainings nationwide to promote “ethical” hacking.