How to know if hackers are in your phone – Komando

The iPhone has a reputation for being secure. Apple has a closed operating system (as opposed to Android’s open-source) and more closely monitors and vets apps in the App Store. And with just one model of phone, the iPhone, Apple can more easily push out updates and put pressure on its users to download them.
This doesn’t mean that your iPhone is immune to attack. Hackers are always coming up with new ways to get into any device, and your iPhone is a prime target for malware, spyware, ransomware, viruses and more. Tap or click here for seven settings to change and increase your iPhone’s security.
Whether you use iOS or Android, it’s not always easy to tell if your phone has been compromised. Hackers can target your devices in many ways, and you may not get an alert or even know that something malicious is going on in the background. Read on for tips on diagnosing a hacked phone.
A person doesn’t necessarily have to be a hacker to get into your phone. As you’ll see in some examples below, they can have other motives.
There are more ways for strangers to access your phone, and these are just some to watch out for.
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How do you know that your phone has been hacked? Here are some red flags:
When it comes to keeping hackers out of your phone, just a little bit of effort can make a huge difference:
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