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I wanted to see if anyone can confirm the validity of my experience . I see online this is very rare . 

I use my Note Pad app to write a lot of long text messages .

Early in that week my key board was giving me major problems . I thought it was the digitizer and I was planning on bringing it toward the end of week . Three nights later my phone got really hot and the font was so tiny ,  so I quickly powered it off and went down my old phone I switch the Sim card powered it up in about 15 minutes later the same things start happening to that now .  Somebody was shutting down the phone I couldn’t get on the Internet and I saw these little black bug things all around the notepad like a little cartoon .. no I’m not kidding ..  at the time I just figured that the phone had a virus, a bug ..  excuse me for being a little bit naïve I didn’t  that hacking an equivalent to punching through a brick wall with my fist ...  so I’m sitting there and I’m thinking OK I have to take the phone in the morning and I go grab my sons phone and his phone is doing the same exact thing so now I have two phones hacked and I have to take them in the morning .  I can’t get on the Internet to look up this mysterious virus .

So eventually I open up the notepad and I see all these notes that I had written. There was deleted old stuff , stuff that disappeared and my new stuff and it was all pre-written. This person re-wrote my messages adding words , sentences , paragraphs to mock.  I sat there for about two hours and read every single one of them they were all going in the same direction.  Then I realize somebody’s controlling the screen they’re highlighting words underlining them and then starts asking me questions .  So I end up chatting with the person for a few hours and then he’s gone .  And he left most of the stuff in my notes but he scrambled it all up . Our whole conversation is there I can see what I wrote because I know I wrote it but the rest is all scrambled letters..  I still have them in my notes I can message someone to show them .  Then following that later that evening and for the next 48 hours he was now on my text messages .  He would’ve raise what I wrote and write a message he could scroll all the way up and down the text messages ,  he would change my words and sometimes I wouldn’t even notice and I’d end up sending it to my friend so even she saw his messages .   48 hours later there was no sign of her and there hasn’t been a sign since .  After that phone was fine .. in fact it has better color , better graphics and it’s smoother swiping  the only down side is  My phone still gets hot and my phone gets small and my battery dies quick . I’m supposed to bring it into Verizon this weekend and swap it out for a new phone . I also powered back up the old phone and the key board was back to good as new 

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 🚨my phone is not jailbroken , my 2 step authication was on, my phone was out of my possession , and no one i know could have done this 

⚠️Now does any of this sound logical to anyone ? Can this be done ? I have no logical explanation  . I have spent a week researching this and everything I read says it’s basically not possible & no recorded incidents . I have the proof in my notes . I can answer any questions & give you more info if anyone can just help me understand if this is possible

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Not sure this really has to do something with iCloud. If he was controlling the screen as well he must've started some kind of VNC server or rdesktop on your phone.

And yeah there are undocumented exploits ofcourse, so it's not impossible but those attacks are very rare.

Replacing your cell phone works ofcourse, but you could also factory reset it.

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On 6/9/2019 at 12:51 PM, 74R8477 said:

 Not sure this really has to do something with iCloud. If he was controlling the screen as well he must've started some kind of VNC server or rdesktop on your phone.

And yeah there are undocumented exploits ofcourse, so it's not impossible but those attacks are very rare.

Replacing your cell phone works ofcourse, but you could also factory reset it.

 

Honestly Im not sure what’s more embarrassing , telling the story or saying I knew nothing about iPhones security when I’ve owned one for 10 years. there is really no excuse good enough in this world  other then I just never paid attention &  that makes me sound even more foolish. At time I thought this must  happen all the time . Until I went on the  Internet and now I have a plethora of knowledge .. except everyone says it can’t be down and Apple was stumped but just said to reset the phone 

 So yes I’ve change my Apple ID and I’ve reset the phone.  No further incidents .  I’ve just been racking my brain for the last three weeks on how this could happen and who it was , because it was very bizarre. I left out 75% of the ridiculousness of this story because it just makes me sound even crazier then I do .. 

It was No one in my house , it sounds laughable to say take my word for it but it defiantly was no one in my house ! no Bluetooth keyboard , all old devices accounted for , there was no computer on cloud , no ones had access to my phone or any other devices and believe it or not my 2 factor authentication was on. 

 It doesn’t mean it’s not someone I know, it probably is because I can’t imagine any real hacker cares this much about my personal life.. I have everything saved on my phone still ! 

 

 

 

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Only real fast possible way to do such a task is by installing spy software (sort of RATs) onto your phone, that requires physical access though. Shouldn't worry too much. Just be wary where you keep your phone.

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