As the name says it all, iPhone Virus is malware programmed to damage and attack iOS users. Until now, it was clear idea that MacOS and iOS are fully secured from malware attacks however this is not true any longer. Though the number users facing this kind of issues are very less as compared to Windows OS or Android users but it is increasing day-by-day. If you are not careful regarding your browsing habits and practices then you can be the next to get your iPhone getting infected with serious malware including ransomware. Due to iPhone Virus, you cannot browser properly because of webpage redirection and commercial pop-ups as well as you may notice that several of your important data has been locked.
iPhone Virus could be a adware infection or harmful scripts or even a data-encrypting ransomware. The user experience gets worse because of the bogus tech security alerts. If you interact with such alerts or messages then ultimately webpage gets redirected over harmful website that is full of perilous links, commercial products, and bogus services and so on. Bogus tech alerts are regularly triggered that says that work-station is under scrutiny of cyber-criminals and this could lead to severe data theft. It asks you to take a particular tech-support through telephonic call to get quick assistance however this is just a spam. This is a deceiving trick to swindle money from the victim. It is confirmed that Apple never shows such notification or security alerts or asks its user to take tech-security support. Some of the scams say that they will offer a free iPhone device is you participate in their Online survey. Under the scam, you will be asked to reveal your sensitive and non-identical information such as IP address, ISP provider, and credit and debit card details and so on.
The work-station infected with iPhone Virus works weirdly especially during the Online browsing activities. The suspicious web-scripts are planted in the browser that constantly triggers useless commercial pop-ups. The safari browser gets freeze regularly and this is very annoying. So, be very careful while using Safari browser over iPhone.