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No, it's up to you what protection you decide upon.
from the All Access page, on an Android phone it has the following features:
- Complete Anti-virus, Anti-spyware, and Anti-phishing—Scan and clean malicious code from inbound emails, outbound emails, text messages, attachments, and files.
- Safe Searching and Shopping—Protection against web threats by blocking risky links within SMS, email and social networking sites. Also safeguards against potential phishing sites, browser exploits and malicious QR codes.
- Mobile Lock—Prevent misuse of your phone and personal data by remotely locking all data, including the data on your memory (SIM) card, and displaying a "contact me" message on the device.
- Remotely Wipe Data—Protect your privacy by remotely deleting the data on your phone and removable memory card. You can also backup data before a remote wipe so nothing is lost.
- Backup and Restore Data—Preserve irreplaceable personal information on demand, on a schedule, or before you wipe your missing smartphone, then restore your information to your new device.
- Locate and Track—Recover your smartphone if it is lost or stolen. View its location on a map, send an SMS to prompt its return, and use a remote alarm to make it "scream".
- Content Filtering—Let your children safely explore the Internet on Android smartphones. Set filters to prevent exposure to inappropriate content and selectively permit or block specific sites.
- Uninstall Protection—Keep a thief—or another user—from bypassing your McAfee mobile protection.