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Seven signs that your phone might have been hacked

Seven signs that your phone might have been hacked

Dispatcher Files Your device might feel a lot hotter than usual Your battery might not last as long as it should You seem to be using more data than you usually do Your call message records include calls you didn’t make and messages you didn’t send You might see a lot more pop-up ads than

Dispatcher Files

  1. Your device might feel a lot hotter than usual
  2. Your battery might not last as long as it should
  3. You seem to be using more data than you usually do
  4. Your call message records include calls you didn’t make and messages you didn’t send
  5. You might see a lot more pop-up ads than you’re used to, especially of things that you have not showed any interest in
  6. Your phone has new apps that you didn’t install
  7. Your phone isn’t working as well as it should and seems slow

What To Do
If any of these scenarios sound familiar, it is best to take immediate action. Start by deleting any apps or games you didn’t download, and erase risky messages. You might also want to warn your contacts that your phone might have been compromised, and to ignore any suspicious links or messages coming from you.

Ways to avoid phone hacking

  • Use mobile security software
  • Refrain from downloading suspicious software
  • Lock your device
  • Avoid using public Wi-Fi
  • Never leave your device unattended 
  • Be aware of the latest scams so that you can be informed of what to expect
  • Do not open suspicious emails or links that you are unsure of

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*Dispatcher files are reports detailing the experience of the dispatcher as they deal with emergencies and so are recorded after the fact.

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