Hacked: Signs your smartphone has been compromised | USA TODAY


If your smartphone slow to respond or its battery draining fast, perhaps your device has been compromised by a hacker.
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I’ve heard from many people who have been cyberstalked over the years. Sadly, today’s tech makes it all too easy.

Take Apple AirTags, for example. They’re cheap, small, and easy to hide – and can tell the owner exactly where you are located. Here are six signs to look for if you suspect someone is tracking you this way.

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