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It is thought that the developers downloaded a fake version of Xcode because it was taking too long to download Xcode from Apple’s own servers, which are hosted in the US. The Chinese developers were using Xcode Ghost rather than Apple’s Xcode.While the affected apps are Chinese, there are a few popular apps among them such as Angry Birds 2, although Rovio has confirmed that only the Chinese App store version of Angry Birds 2 is vulnerable, and that a fix is coming soon, according to 9to5Mac.Keeping information secure on mobile devices is critical for any user, whether they’re accessing corporate and customer information or storing personal photos, banking information, and addresses.Because every user’s information is important, i OS devices are built to maintain a high level of security without compromising the user experience." As a result, Apple's i Pad and i Phone are generally considered to be safe and secure devices to use, and many confidently claim that i OS is safer than Android.Next came news that nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence and around 100 big-name stars including British model Cara Delevigne, Cat Deeley, Kelly Brook, and Rihanna had made their way onto image bulletin board 4chan, at the end of August.
2014 was a year of security vulnerabilities and targetting of i OS.
We examine the various cases that have begged the question of security on the i OS platform, we look at how to make sure your i Phone or i Pad is secure (and the problems some people have experienced when updating their device), and we asking whether this mean that Apple's i OS isn't secure? We examine the Xcode Ghost, Wire Lurker and Masque Atteck malware, the Olag Pliss ransom case and the SSL flaw.
Plus: What really happened in the Jennifer Lawrence nude images leak?
Basic diagnostic data was also passed to a central command server.
Apple has since blocked Wire Lurker on both i OS devices and Macs but experts suggest that the technique used will give rise to further attacks.
Malware affecting jailbroken devices is nothing new but Wire Lurker - as the researchers christened it - used a two-stage attack involving USB connections via a Mac or PC, and a glitch in an i OS feature that allows organisations to install their own apps on non-jailbroken i OS devices.