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Need to verify if my iPhone has been targeted by Spyware/ Malware

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Hey Folks,

So I’ve had a bit of trouble recently with my home network and iPhone security. I believe I’m capable of doing an overhaul myself to fix any issues but I first wanted to check with someone who has more knowledge wether or not I’ve actually been the target of spyware/malware/hacking.

Starting with my iPhone XR, of late my phone what’s been a little glitchy at times as well as certain apps and setting either changing themselves (I believe) or appearing different than they normally do. I tried to investigate myself by searching through the Analytic Data and believe I found some concerning things. Such as "AppleSamsungSPIController" as well as “Textinput.kbd” which it references the source of certain processes as “P”.

I also am now having trouble trying to use many of the mobile dial in codes such as *3282# and *#21# my phone keeps saying error editing these things. There is also a problem when I run Field test (3001#12345#) the layout has changed but more worrying is this “kCTCelIMonitorCellType” I have provided a screen shot. What is this?

I’m not sure if this is the right place to post these questions but if it’s not could someone please recommend a sub that I can ask.

I have highlighted parts of the images to show what I’m most concerned about, any insight on this would be very appreciated!

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You keep posting in the Spyware-Malware Removal Help section of the Forum.

Surely you have realised at this point that no posts have been answered in that section for many years. Seeing as how none of your other posts

were answered.

I recommend that you post on a malware forum or an iPhone forum if you genuinely want help.

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