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Thread: iPhone 4 iOS 5.0.1 Jailbroken keep getting hacked.

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    Exclamation iPhone 4 iOS 5.0.1 Jailbroken keep getting hacked.
    Ok I have the above phone and it keeps getting hacked. All of a sudden I can't connect to WiFi networks says wrong password. Then I got look at my Personal Hotspot settings and the password there is scrambled. I changed root password and mobile password still happening. I uninstalled Openssh still happening. If I reset Network settings a few times it goes away for a while but it will happen again in either hours or days.

    I am so tired of it I am considering unjailbreaking my phone while I hate because I use a lot of tweaks and I am happy with jailbroken phone if I could just fix this.

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    Weird never seen this before. What repos do you have?

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    Standard ones, i4siri, and rpetri.ch but problem has been going on since before I added i4siri and rpetri.ch

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    Not sure bud must have a port open for people to figure out that stuff.

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    Someone might have your IP address or something, they could be using Dsniff, Pirni, iPwN, or other hack tools notorious for that kind of stuff. I've never seen anything like this before though... It could just be your iPhone itself though.
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    I don't think its my phone because when my personal hotspot pass gets scrambled its things like hacked8759 or pwned6874. I'm sure someone is doing it to my I figured if ssh is of they wouldn't be able to get in.

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    Just leave the ssh off and when ya need it just toggle back on

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    I removed openssh yesterday and it happened again today. I had been toggling it off because I thought that was it.

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    Odd... Did you notice this happening after installing certain tweaks or mods? It can also be repos you have installed...
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    I dont think its the phone getting hacked...
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    Well, we're trying to see when this started happening. I agree with you, but it's odd how his password is being changed like that...
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    It could be a friend or someone that has had access to the wifi at one point. Because once you are connected, all you need to do is type in the router ip into a search engine, enter the username and password, and boom, you have access to all the wireless settings. Or, it could be a legit hack.
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    Might be... Someone could've used Dsniff or Pirni... Could be legit, could be just someone with the IP.
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    You might want to look into a kickass antivirus and firewall like symantec endpoint protection. This type of thing could be very serious, and symantec is very aggressive to this type of stuff.
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    I'd suggest Kaspersky or Malwarebytes
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    Quote Originally Posted by X H4CK3R X View Post
    I'd suggest Kaspersky or Malwarebytes
    Now that i think about it, your probably right. Symantec blocks its own uninstallation :/
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    I'm not a big fan of Symantec, especially since a hacker group has their source code and can bypass the anti-virus now... They somehow got the source code and can get into your computer if they really try.
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    I find the standard Microsoft security app is fine. Integrates seamlessly into win 7 and it's free. Symantec / norton are poop in slowing down the boot. Kaspersky is amazing but you pay for it. I seem to recall theres an app called firewall ip for ios that may be worth trying. Asks permission every time a process wants to run / access a port etc. Could be interesting to see if this helps

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    What's wrong with Norton? It's an excellent anti-virus. I use Norton on my laptop and Malwarebytes and Kaspersky on my desktop. I've never had a virus on either of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by X H4CK3R X View Post
    What's wrong with Norton? It's an excellent anti-virus. I use Norton on my laptop and Malwarebytes and Kaspersky on my desktop. I've never had a virus on either of them.
    Oh it's effective alright, just really slows the boot sequence up. I'll admit that that's possibly changed, since I haven't used it since the 2010 edition of the Internet security. It was a memory And space hog too.

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