Hello everyone, I was referred to a person who claims his iPhone has been hacked, and the hacker (his ex-wife) can read his SMS Messages, probably do more than that. As far as I know, there have been vulnerabilities in the past that made this possible. He assures me that she never got physical access to his iPhone, and that he's absolutely positive she's reading his SMS messages. I did a Google search and found this article from a year ago: http://thetechjournal.com/electroni...your-iphones-sms-database-in-20-seconds.xhtml My question is basically: Is this still possible? If not, what iOS version has implemented the fix? He's got an iPhone 3G, which I believe can't go beyond 4.2.1. iOS 4 or higher is extremely slow, so I'm assuming he's still on iOS 3.x. He claims someone told him that unless he changes his phone number, he will still be hacked. My understanding is that a new SIM Card and full iOS Restore without an actual Backup restore should solve the problem. Better yet, I would recommend him to get a newer phone so he could install the latest iOS version. Any feedback would be appreciated. Right now, I just need to know what steps need to be taken to get rid of the hack and avoid being hacked again. Thanks!