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0day hack on my Ipone

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RebootApple

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Hi, I have a 0day hack on my Iphone. The hackers have FULL access to my phone. And no I'm not paranoid. I live in Denmark. We don't have apple store here. What to do?
 

keysofanxiety

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Hi, I have a 0day hack on my Iphone. The hackers have FULL access to my phone. And no I'm not paranoid

Please clarify what you mean? Full access? Can you login with your PIN? What exactly makes you think this is the case? Symptoms?
 

RebootApple

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Please clarify what you mean? Full access? Can you login with your PIN? What exactly makes you think this is the case? Symptoms?
My phone works normally for me. And normally for the hackers. They have full access to everything. Symptoms: they can close programs, tabs in browsers, make top half screen not working to touch, mark text on articles im reading word by word, scroll down in browser and activate links. etc etc etc
 

RebootApple

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How do you know its a 0day hack?
because I have the newest updates from apple. And they dont help.
Listen, if anyone have anything concrete to say, to help solve my problem, im listening. Otherwise, please dont post.
 

keysofanxiety

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My phone works normally for me. And normally for the hackers. They have full access to everything. Symptoms: they can close programs, tabs in browsers, make top half screen not working to touch, mark text on articles im reading word by word, scroll down in browser and activate links. etc etc etc

I think it’s more likely your touchscreen/digitiser is faulty based on what you’ve said. Those exact symptoms are what happen with a dodgy digitiser. If you have the iPhone 6 it’s a documented issue.

You’ve reset the phone numerous times so it’s not software. And even if somebody somehow found some 0 day hack and went through the process of targeting you and somehow hacking you after a reset, they wouldn’t make their presence known.

Definitely faulty hardware.
 

RebootApple

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I think it’s more likely your touchscreen/digitiser is faulty based on what you’ve said.

You’ve reset the phone numerous times so it’s not software. And even if somebody somehow found some 0 day hack and went through the process of targeting you and somehow hacking you after a reset, they wouldn’t make their presence known.

Definitely faulty hardware.
Nope its a hack. Sensitive information has be revealed. only possible from this hack. please only post solutions or this post will come out of control
 

daflake

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Yup, sounds like a tanked digitizer to me as well. Happened on my old phone after a small fall and it would do all sorts of weird stuff. I don't know of anyone having their phone hacked in the way you describe.

Is it jail broken?
 

RebootApple

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Yup, sounds like a tanked digitizer to me as well. Happened on my old phone after a small fall and it would do all sorts of weird stuff. I don't know of anyone having their phone hacked in the way you describe.

Is it jail broken?
Nvm. I'll go to a hacker forum. I had 3 different iphones with the same problems.
 

daflake

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Nvm. I'll go to a hacker forum. I had 3 different iphones with the same problems.


Good luck, but there isn't anything that we are aware of that would cause this. Trust me, if an iPhone was hacked, this site would be one of the first to show it.
 

maflynn

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because I have the newest updates from apple. And they dont help.
That doesn't answer my question What evidence do you have that its a hack? Do you have any links or articles that state this sort of hack is available in iOS? The iPhone is very secure phone, and to my knowledge,I've not seen any articles stating people can control an iphone remotely without a person's knowlege. I'm not saying its not possible, just saying that I've not come any news stories.
 

aristobrat

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because I have the newest updates from apple. And they dont help.
Listen, if anyone have anything concrete to say, to help solve my problem, im listening. Otherwise, please dont post.
If this is really a 0-day hack, there’s nothing you can do (until Apple fixes it) other than turning off remote connectivity to your phone so it can’t be accessed any more. Turn off your cellular, WiFi and Bluetooth, and take your phone to wherever you’d normally take it for official support.
 

TheAppleFairy

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If this is really a 0-day hack, there’s nothing you can do (until Apple fixes it) other than turning off remote connectivity to your phone so it can’t accessed any more. Turn off your cellular, WiFi and Bluetooth...


Also if someone hacked your phone you likely wouldn't see anything. They would be accessing directories in the background, not "ghost" touching the screen on you.
 
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slimtastic

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Nvm. I'll go to a hacker forum. I had 3 different iphones with the same problems.
If you put your iPhone into Airplane mode, does the "hacker" still have control? If YES, it's not a hack, it's a failing digitizer/hardware module. If no, keep it on Airplane mode for 3 days to be sure. Pretty sure you have failing hardware.

Also, if it were a "0-day exploit", no one on this forum is going to have a solution to you, bud. That's the definition of a 0-day exploit lmao.
 
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