Despite your many attempts to secure your phone, it may still be vulnerable to hijacking by hackers. And there are a few ways to tell if the security of your device has been compromised. For example, your device may have been infected by malware if you’ve noticed you owe more on your cell bill than usual, but have not knowingly engaged in any activity to cause the cost increase. Another way to identify suspicious activity is to check your ‘sent’ folder for any messages that you didn’t send. As well, take a look at the interface of your phone. If you notice changes that weren’t made by you, your device has likely become infected with malware.
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