Apps that fully encrypt everything on your phone

Discussion in 'iOS 9' started by Bjraxx, Aug 28, 2016.

  1. Bjraxx macrumors newbie

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    My phone has been hacked over and over again people that say that the iOS is unhackable are just ****in stupid point blank period..it is. And all there security apps are ******** in my opinion I want something that fully encrypts EVERYTHING on my phone not just texting and browsing I want to lock down all my apps etc and keep anyone else from literally operating my phone while I'm using it because it has happened before and I'm not being delusional at all it's the fact of the matter
     
  2. APlotdevice macrumors 68040

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    Such an app is not possible on iOS, at least without jailbreaking. All App Store apps are sandboxed, meaning they're not permitted any direct access to files outside of their own directory.
     
  3. Gypsy36 macrumors regular

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    How are you so sure your phone is being hacked? You have started a lot of threads on this topic all of a sudden. Do you really have things in your photos that a hacker would find of interest?
     
  4. Bjraxx thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Can you please explain what you just said and is that bad would it be better to jailbreak
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    In many ways that I really don't want to speak of but I'm not stupid and I know that's what it is kind of like stalking and yes I have done a lot of things on my phone that nobody should EVER see
     
  5. Kaspersky Suspended

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    I think a ransomware would do... anyway, you gonna need an encrypted version of any app you want to use. Beside that, I don't want to help a potential sex offender...
     
  6. Gypsy36 macrumors regular

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    Oh-Kay. No one is saying you are stupid. It's just that there are lots of ways someone could get info on you and hacking your phone just isn't the most plausible one. If you don't want to discuss why you think it is happening (as in actual examples) it is unlikely anyone is going to be able to help you.

    And seriously, if it is so super secret, a portable device is a terrible place to keep something.
     
  7. Bjraxx thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Ransomware? And you know that there aren't encrypted apps of the most apps 95% that I would of anybody else would use and what the hell are you talking about sex offender?
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    My phone randomly makes calls to people it shouldn't etc etc etc apps pop up on there on if I'm about to go somewhere a map app will pop up with suggestions I can go on and on its someone or some people that are tracking watching stalking me etc my
    Phone is being hacked end of story. I was thinking jailbreaking it for more security would be best
     
  8. Kaspersky Suspended

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    I don't know, maybe you're on the Fight Club, selling drugs, recruiting for ISIS or you saw something like "Eyes Wide Shut (1999)" style and someone is threatening your wife now, I don't know... it's just speculation, but that's no much thing you can't talk about it on the internet...
     
  9. Gypsy36 macrumors regular

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    Do you have Siri on? Is it responding to voice commands? If you text someone that you are going somewhere the address or location will turn blue and, if you touch it in any way it will open the map app.

    It just seems really odd that you would have a helpful hacker.
     
  10. C DM macrumors Westmere

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    Perhaps you are just talking about some proactive features that exist in iOS?

    What device and iOS version do you have? Have you changed your iCloud password and enabled 2 factor authentication?
     

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