Being such a target comes from a variety of things, detailed here.
Have a good collection of screenshots like this. Here’s a few, amassed over a couple months.
When you’re done scrolling,
go change your email & bank password,
so this is not all for not.
My phone resets itself regularly, and neither Apple nor my carrier has seen anything like it.
It turns into a brick, won’t turn on, won’t connect to any network… so I replaced the entire phone, enjoyed a few days of reprieve then, it started up again.
Below, it’s frozen on the home screen, yet still providing a HotSpot connection?
Happens often, too.
Then the logs wipe themselves. Uh-huh.
The area code 200 is non-existent.
You should hear the voicemail that came with this phone call.
An attack on my blog looks like this.
In 2010, a massive chunk of my calendar was deleted. That hurt, I’ve maintained a digital calendar since I was 12.
Sometimes my phone thinks its in England.
And far too frequently, Montreal… you eh, no surprise.
I don’t have the list that you think I do.
WiFi has been disabled on my phone. Phft, I never use WiFi anyway.
And this is why my tweets sometimes don’t make sense to you.
At the very least, work up the courage to ask me to coffee.
You know I’ll say yes. Don’t you want to know?