If you think someone could do something like this when you’re not paying attention or asleep, secure your phone with a passcode that isn’t easy to guess.
e many of those comments were made, certain holes were identified in i OS that exploit the i Phone's connection to trusted networks and devices to allow someone with access to the network or device to download significant amounts of personal data. Fortunately, those holes have been patched in i OS 8. p=3820] Taking forever to shut off, lighting up for no reason, suddenly getting much shorter battery life or running hot when you’re not using it may indicate hidden processes are running in the background.
[Editor's note 2/9/17: Since this article was written five years ago, many new phone hacking methods have been developed and/or discovered.
We've created a new article to cover those various hacks in our new story: How to Tell if Your Phone Has Been Hacked. We're keeping this story active for the issues and useful advice contained in the comments.] You probably know there are plenty of apps you can install on your smartphone to track its location in case it gets lost or stolen.
I’m pretty sure all the information is phony, but I sure hope they don’t have my profile on file.
Based on a few checks I did, all the data there seems to be fake.
I could also set up the app to send me data about everything else he’s doing on his phone, but that’s not something I personally need—or want—to do.
The problem is these apps are difficult to detect and run invisibly in the background.I reset my phone and changed all passwords and he can still do it!HELP Google allows you to save your search history and other web browsing data so you can see it accross multiple devices.For Android devices, you can also install an app, like App Notifier (free on Google Play), that will email you when programs are loaded onto your phone.You'll then have to tackle the issue of who's doing the monitoring.