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Wednesday, January 03, 2018

Four Clear Signs Your Phone Was Hacked

With the rising vice of hacking in our society, it is important to know about some clear signs that can help you discern if your phone has been tampered with in any way. 





Your Phone Suddenly Reboots Itself


This can be caused by two main things. The first is that your phone might be experiencing some performance issues, a system breakdown of some sort. The second is that it might of course have been hacked and the sudden reboot is a consequence of your phone being tapped. Other signs that accompany your phone’s sudden reboot is your phone also suddenly dialing numbers and starting applications on its own.



Noises or Echos During Your Calls


If you all of a sudden start to hear noises or echos during your calls, and this has never happened when you’re either calling those number or making the calls at that location, your phone might have been hacked and your calls are probably being monitored or listened in on.



Appearance of Mysterious Apps


You can all of sudden notice apps on your phone you don’t remember installing, while this might mean that a friend or relative might have installed it without permission, if you can’t point to anyone of those who have access to your phone as the one responsible for installing the app, then you can at that point consider that your phone might have been hacked. Hackers can plant apps on phones to snoop, perform actions on their behalf, explore calendars, access GPS etc. These ‘hacker apps’ can be even be hidden on your phone and be running in the background, this is why you might notice a rapidly decreasing battery life or your phone getting warm out of the blue without you making calls with it or working with it in anyway. To deal with this, it is best to avoid downloading just any kind of app, especially those that come with pop-up ads.



Strange Texts

If you notice strange SMS text messages on your phone or texts that appear as a single square or other strange characters, that might be an attempt by hackers to download spyware or malware onto your device. You should take note of this and be careful of it.


by Damilola Ojo

23 comments:

  1. Hacking dey sweet sometimes sha.

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    1. Good afternoon Dear, please I need your help as regards my email address. Please can I get your email address?

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    2. Thank you for sharing. God bless you.

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  2. Pls how do we unhack.... I think I'm a victim

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    1. Unhack by throwing ur πŸ“± in d pool


      Mc pinky

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  3. Another one is when they send you a link and you click on it. What ever the link might be, they will make it look like something you will be interested in. Once you click on it that’s it. A spouse can use ths without you suspecting. Don’t click on every link sent to you

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    1. That Is one of the ways they hack, not an evidence that u have been hacked

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  4. Teach me how to hack too, I wan hack my holier than thou frnd's foneπŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

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    1. Nne you need a solid phone to be able to hack not your kpalasa kind of phone so rest for now

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  5. I so admire hacking stuff here but hmmmm



    Mc pinky

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  6. Thanks for this information

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  7. I met my phone rebooting yesterday, but I don't think my husband has time for that.it is well.

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  8. My phone has been acting abnormal for a while now. I strongly believe it's been hacked by my husband. I have been trying to find a way to resolve this, pls can someone help.

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  9. Another way to know is if ur WiFi keeps turning on on its own even after u turn it off

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    1. My phone locations recently started turning on in its own every time...at first I was not bothered but the way it's turns on every hour annoys me now

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    2. @teddy try installing an antivirus and clean up the phone with it

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  10. Plz how do you hack without being suspected

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