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I was recently informed by Lookout that my IPhone 5c has the XCODEGHOST virus on it. I am also pretty confident that I have some sort of spyware on it that is changing my email passwords, reading text & email messages & listening to phone conversations. I would really appreciate any help I can get! I'm getting lots of strange reports under Usage & Diagnostic in Settings. This has been going on for about 5 weeks. Last night I upgraded to latest IOS 9 version. Could anyone tell me what this report means?

MobileSoftwareUpdate.UpdateBrainService","app_name":"com.apple.MobileSoftwareUpdate.UpdateBrainService","share_with_app_devs":true,"name":"com.apple.MobileSoftwareUpdate.UpdateBrainService","app_version":"1.0","is_first_party":false,"os_version":"iPhone OS 8.4.1 (12H321)","bug_type":"185","slice_uuid":"9ced837c-cdc0-3e3a-b199-996d3089ee25","build_version":"1"}
Incident Identifier: 4CDA7E67-4AE9-4CBD-BE69-B97AFD2EDA1E
CrashReporter Key: c3956c738ed918ecbdbc725d8bb41053902615b4
Hardware Model: iPhone5,3
Process: com.apple.MobileSoftwareUpdate.UpdateBrainService [271]
Path: /private/var/run/com.apple.xpcproxy.RoleAccount.staging/com.apple.MobileSoftwareUpdate.UpdateBrainService.16777219.6291.xpc/com.apple.MobileSoftwareUpdate.UpdateBrainService
Identifier: com.apple.MobileSoftwareUpdate.UpdateBrainService
Version: 1 (1.0)
Code Type: ARM (Native)
Parent Process: launchd [1]

Date/Time: 2015-09-23 21:05:31.216 -0500
Launch Time: 2015-09-23 21:02:39.224 -0500
OS Version: iOS 8.4.1 (12H321)
Report Version: 105

Exception Type: EXC_RESOURCE
Exception Subtype: CPU
Exception Message: (Limit 50%) Observed 52% over 180 secs
Triggered by Thread: 2

Thread 0 name: Dispatch queue: com.apple.main-thread
Thread 0:
0 libsystem_kernel.dylib 0x31f13474 0x31f12000 + 5236
1 libsystem_kernel.dylib 0x31f13268 0x31f12000 + 4712
2 CoreFoundation 0x22f2634e 0x22e59000 + 840526
3 CoreFoundation 0x22f248f4 0x22e59000 + 833780
4 CoreFoundation 0x22e70f2c 0x22e59000 + 98092
5 CoreFoundation 0x22e70d3e 0x22e59000 + 97598
6 Foundation 0x23be0138 0x23bd5000 + 45368
7 Foundation 0x23c2e220 0x23bd5000 + 365088
8 libxpc.dylib 0x31fc293c 0x31fb7000 + 47420
9 libxpc.dylib 0x31fc3fc4 0x31fb7000 + 53188
10 ...reUpdate.UpdateBrainService 0x000375fe 0x2a000 + 54782
11 libdyld.dylib 0x31e5faac 0x31e5e000 + 6828

Thread 1 name: Dispatch queue: com.apple.libdispatch-manager
Thread 1:
0 libsystem_kernel.dylib 0x31f13224 0x31f12000 + 4644
1 libdispatch.dylib 0x31e4b0ec 0x31e3d000 + 57580
2 libdispatch.dylib 0x31e3fd36 0x31e3d000 + 11574

Thread 2 name: Dispatch queue: com.apple.root.default-qos
Thread 2 Attributed:
0 libsystem_kernel.dylib 0x31f1584c 0x31f12000 + 14412
1 ...reUpdate.UpdateBrainService 0x00032472 0x2a000 + 33906
2 ...reUpdate.UpdateBrainService 0x00034516 0x2a000 + 42262
3 ...reUpdate.UpdateBrainService 0x0003434e 0x2a000 + 41806
4 ...reUpdate.UpdateBrainService 0x00034156 0x2a000 + 41302
5 ...reUpdate.UpdateBrainService 0x0002cc30 0x2a000 + 11312
6 ...reUpdate.UpdateBrainService 0x00034c7a 0x2a000 + 44154
7 ...reUpdate.UpdateBrainService 0x0002c7f8 0x2a000 + 10232
8 ...reUpdate.UpdateBrainService 0x0003b74e 0x2a000 + 71502
9 ...reUpdate.UpdateBrainService 0x000370f0 0x2a000 + 53488
10 ...reUpdate.UpdateBrainService 0x0003ce34 0x2a000 + 77364
11 ...reUpdate.UpdateBrainService 0x0003775e 0x2a000 + 55134
12 libdispatch.dylib 0x31e3e2e0 0x31e3d000 + 4832
13 libdispatch.dylib 0x31e4837c 0x31e3d000 + 45948
14 libdispatch.dylib 0x31e493be 0x31e3d000 + 50110
15 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x31fa2db2 0x31fa2000 + 3506
16 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x31fa2b04 0x31fa2000 + 2820

Thread 3:
0 libsystem_kernel.dylib 0x31f279c0 0x31f12000 + 88512
1 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x31fa2e2c 0x31fa2000 + 3628
2 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x31fa2b04 0x31fa2000 + 2820

Thread 2 crashed with ARM Thread State (32-bit):
r0: 0x00020000 r1: 0x00000000 r2: 0x00020000 r3: 0x00000108
r4: 0x00504000 r5: 0x00000000 r6: 0x0005a077 r7: 0x004fff44
r8: 0x00000000 r9: 0x00000000 r10: 0x1757dc00 r11: 0x00000000
ip: 0x00000003 sp: 0x004ffefc lr: 0x00032477 pc: 0x31f1584c
cpsr: 0x40000010

Bad magic 0x23BE013D
Microstackshots: 1 (from 2147483647-12-10 10:00:00 -0600 to 2147483647-12-10 10:00:00 -0600)
1 ??? [0x19ebc8]
1 CoreFoundation 0x22e59000 + 98097 [0x22e70f31]
 

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Welcome to iPhoneForums!

The other two threads you started, describing exactly the same problem, have been removed. Besides fragmenting the discussion, thus making it hard to follow, duplicate threads and posts are against our rules.

Please keep the discussion of this topic to this thread!
 

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Welcome to iPhoneForums!

The other two threads you started, describing exactly the same problem, have been removed. Besides fragmenting the discussion, thus making it hard to follow, duplicate threads and posts are against our rules.

Please keep the discussion of this topic to this thread
Welcome to iPhoneForums!

The other two threads you started, describing exactly the same problem, have been removed. Besides fragmenting the discussion, thus making it hard to follow, duplicate threads and posts are against our rules.

Please keep the discussion of this topic to this thread!
i am having the same problem. Is there an answer somewhere that I am not seeing?
 

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Welcome to iPhone Forums!

No, sorry. This was the OP’s only post, and he didn’t return to inform about a solution.

This shouldn’t happen on a stock iPhone. Is your device jailbroken?
 

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If you have a backup made before this problem started you could erase your iPhone and restore if from that backup.
 

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Welcome to iPhone Forums!

No, sorry. This was the OP’s only post, and he didn’t return to inform about a solution.

This shouldn’t happen on a stock iPhone. Is your device jailbroken?
It may be. Something is definitely wrong. How can I check? What can I do to stop the nonsense with this phone?
 

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There could be an app like Cydia on your iPhone, or you can find a profile you didn‘t install in Settings.

To get rid of a jailbreak, restore your iPhone to factory settings:

or use DFU mode:

Don‘t restore from a most recent backup, if you don‘t know whether or not your iPhone is or was jailbroken.
 

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