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iOS Malware is extremely rare and even if it was infected, there are no effective anti-malware applications available for your iPhone capable of removing it. Even protection apps are limited and the one mentioned is almost certainly a scam. I don’t believe there is anything available more effective than using Malwarebytes Mobile Security.

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Thank you @treed,

This is great information for all who do not know this.

Also thank you @Popeyefor bringing to my attention and the others.  ;)

1 hour ago, treed said:

This is just calendar spam... your phone is not infected. See:

https://blog.malwarebytes.com/cybercrime/2016/11/calendar-spam-on-apple-systems/

Also, note that our iOS app is not able to scan for malware. No iOS app can do that, due to restrictions imposed on iOS by Apple. Never download any iOS app that claims to scan for or protect against malware, as any such app is a scam.

 

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