As my question states, someone is basically getting into my apps on my iPhone remotely. They are able to tell me what apps I have downloaded and who I have contacted through apps. I have changed my password to iTunes and to the apps themselves but the person can still access my information. How is this possible? How can I prevent it? How can I find out who is doing it? Any technical input to explain how things work and practical security tips are welcome.
100% sure fire way would be to restore the iPhone using iTunes. Should remove any security holes that may have unintentionally been opened.
I would add, you can’t reuse any compromised passwords so you’ll need to securely change them before you re-link any cloud services with your iPhone. It’s almost certain you lost control of your accounts and not that your phone itself was “hacked”
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