Did you ever notice your phone unlocking or acting on its own?
You’re not alone as more than 209 million results emerge if you search the phrase “phone unlocks itself” on Google. 

If this scenario is familiar you may be the victim of a new screen hacking technique called “GhostTouch.”

Hackers are targeting people in public places like libraries and cafes. They use electromagnetic signals to mimic touch events on your phone’s screen, taking control of it without you even realising. 

They can access your data, passwords, and install malware.

To protect yourself, enable additional security features like facial recognition and keep your phone’s software up to date.