How to know your smart phone has been Hacked

Smartphones are almost always connected to the internet, so it stands to reason that your phone hacked remotely. Hackers are always out there looking for entry points, and they seem to get more and more sophisticated as time moves along.Even if you keep your smartphone safe in your pocket or purse, it’s still at risk for picking up a virus or leaking data to thieves. Hackers don’t need physical access to your phone to steal your personal information or infect the device with malware. They can even use your data's for something special makes profit.
  1. The first indication that your phone hacked might have some form of malware or spyware installed would be random popups.
  2. Your phone runs out of battery faster than normal. If you don’t keep apps running in the background, there could be an unknown app running on your phone and draining energy.
  3. The next thing you should be on the lookout for is your data usage. Spyware apps by nature like to “phone home,” meaning that the data they steal from your phone is sent back to the originating hacker over the internet.
  4. Your phone runs warm even if you are not using it. A warm phone is another sign that an app is running on your phone without your knowledge.Maybe attackers user your phone for coin Mining.
  5. Keystroke loggers and other spyware apps like to operate silently in the background, which obviously makes them hard to discover. On the plus side, though, any app running in the background on your phone or tablet will leave traces of its presence in your battery history.
  6. Another clue that your smartphone has been compromised is if you find odd photos on your camera roll that you weren’t expecting.
  7. If your phone suddenly can’t keep its charge, it’s possible that malware is running in the background.