09-18-2011 01:31 PM
09-18-2011 01:39 PM
I'll make it very simply for your victim: The device is not being hacked.
IF it were being hacked, the victim MUST have allowed the "hacker" access to the device for a period of time to download and install one or more applications to the device which allowed the alleged access to the victim's device.
So, the easy way to determine this is to examine the Applications list (you failed to state what model or OS the victim is running, so the exact path to this list may vary, but basically on OS 5 and lower >> Options > Advanced > Applications). Check that list of apps. Anything seem out of order, then post back here with the app name. If nothing is out of order in that list, then they have nothing to be worried about.
And, it's my guess your "victim" will take none of this as the truth or reassurance in any way. So, you still have an uphill battle ahead of you.
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