A spammer can get a hold of your mobile number, a username, and the password of an account associated with your phone number.
The same can happen if you use your phone numbers for the wrong reason.
You can do something like this to keep your mobile password safe.
This article explains what you need to do, what the spammer could try to do with your mobile account, and how to protect your password.
How to Protect Your Mobile Phone Password If you use a number to log into your Google account, you can keep your password safe by not using it.
For example, if you log into an account using a username you already know, the account won’t log you in.
You’ll be able to use your password, and Google will log you out.
You won’t need to worry about a password reset if your account gets compromised.
What to Do If you log in to an account without using a password, you’ll need to remember your password for at least 10 years, so make sure you’re not going to forget it.
If you do use your mobile numbers, remember that it’s very important to change the password on your phone every time you change your phone password.
The more secure your password is, the less likely someone can get hold of it.
Make sure you set up a two-factor authentication system to protect against someone who has the same password on multiple accounts.