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Thread: Hijacking All iPhones via SMS

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    Is this going to be sent from another phone or from a computer, because T-Mobile has a setting that blocks texts from email/computers.

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    dont worrie kids nothing will happen to your phones, this is all BS...
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    Quote Originally Posted by pacmac View Post


    iCrap it has begun...


    this sucks..dear apple stop rejecting cool apps GV ect..and get to work
    LMAO. haha

    Quote Originally Posted by kissdaring View Post
    dont worrie kids nothing will happen to your phones, this is all BS...
    awesome. Forward to 830-STEALTH
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drummr View Post
    Is this going to be sent from another phone or from a computer, because T-Mobile has a setting that blocks texts from email/computers.
    Well for me if its from a computer, a text will pop up saying "click here to accept" before i get anything. Once i do, i get charged $.10 for those types of texts. Guess all i have to do is ignore those

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    Wouldn't they need my phone number to be able to do this? If they don't have my phone number they CANNOT send me an SMS message.
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    What if its a computer that can do mass texts and it just happens to pick your number? Otherwise I don't know how they would do it

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    Quote Originally Posted by equlizer View Post
    Someone else posted in another thread and iduno why i didnt think about this. How do they know they are sending the text message(s) to an iphone and not a Nokia N95 or whatever? The only way possible i think is if they have access to apples database.
    They'll just mass send text messages. Shoot enough bullets and you're bound to hit what you want.

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    So odds are its from a computer? If so anyone on tmobile can go online to their account and somewhere there is an option to block sms from computers. I used to get all kinds of text spam and after i turned that on i haven't gotten any.

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    So are you supposed to reboot your phone and then delete the message?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kissdaring View Post
    dont worrie kids nothing will happen to your phones, this is all BS...
    I agree with you.

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    should i sleep with my phone off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mobsta View Post
    should i sleep with my phone off?
    no. stay awake with your phone on

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Noodle Boy View Post
    They'll just mass send text messages. Shoot enough bullets and you're bound to hit what you want.
    But wasn't it said it needs 512 continuous messages in order to get through or did i misunderstand somewhere?

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    I think you should take your sim out of your iPhone and put it into an old phone and just wait for this whole thing to blow over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rescuer View Post
    no. stay awake with your phone on
    nice..lol....


    but ill sleep with it on... n wake up and have 511 new txts witsh lil scuares L7 square LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by StealthBravo View Post
    I think you should take your sim out of your iPhone and put it into an old phone and just wait for this whole thing to blow over.
    that's a good idea actually!

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    Bring it sucka.... i dare you.

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    darn! i went to the wireless att site to send myself a text message, i sent ■ , which is ascii code ALT+254

    but the text came to my phone with " ??? "




    http://www.theasciicode.com.ar/ascii...codes-254.html

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    I just tried the same... went on att site and sent a message [] and got it exactly like that

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