| | Re: blackberry hacked by a APP
It's not a view. I am going to try and post this in such a way that you understand.
You shouldn't be swapping SIMS, unless they are both yours.
Unless someone other than yourself installed an app (which again, not sure why you do not delete it) there are no services that can tap into your texts and show geolocation data.
If no one had the chance to install an app, and you haven't downloaded any third party apps from a shady source, then your problem cannot exist? Got it?
Don't let anyone use or swap SIM cards with your device.
Don't let anyone else install apps on your device.
Sorry, SIM cards, as a rule, do not execute malicious code.
Wipe your device, and start over. Do not use a third party texting app.
The only way for him to have placed his number on your device, was for the person to have a tad more than one minute with the device in his hand, and you were not paying attention.
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