I think there's something very wrong with my iPhone. In the past few days (9/7 to 9/10, as listed on the AT&T web site), I have apparently used 3522.59 MB of data, with 1187147KB being used on the 8th at 12:20 AM, and 2373726KB used on the 10th at 11:57 PM. Not sure what I was doing on the 8th, but I was DEFINITELY sleeping at the time on the 10th. Besides, I've have my iPhone for almost a year, I know what I can and can't do on it, and all I did was email, Talkatone, and a little Facebook this entire week. Nothing beyond my regular usage. I have an iPhone 4 on iOS 4.2, and it is jailbroken. I haven't downloaded any new apps in the past month (App Store, Cydia, or otherwise), but I did update some App Store ones somewhat recently (over wifi, and not in the past week, so that wouldn't account for this ridiculous data usage). I have however run some App Store apps that I haven't run before. I honestly think I might have some sort of virus -- looking at my phone, I apparently installed SSH and completely forgot about it (I vaguely remember doing so now), meaning I never changed the default password. Or maybe one of those apps that I installed and never ran before might be doing something, but they were from the App Store. Anyone, help? I can wipe my phone as soon as I get home, but would it stop this if it is a virus? How deep does the reset through iTunes go? And should I do this -- in case this actually is a virus, is there a way to make an image of my phone in case someone wants to look at it?