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Hackers attack jailbroken iOS devices, accessing 225,000 Apple accounts

Hackers attack jailbroken iOS devices, accessing 225,000 Apple accounts

Hackers have attacked jailbroken iOS devices and obtained access to more than 225,000 Apple accounts, according to a Silicon Valley network security company. Palo Alto Networks said in a blog post this week that the malware, named KeyRaider, may have affected users from 18 countries including the U.S., China, France, Japan, Canada and Australia. "We believe this to be the largest known Apple account theft caused by malware," the firm said. "KeyRaider steals Apple push notification service certificates and private keys, steals and shares App Store purchasing information, and disables local and remote unlocking functionalities on iPhones and iPads." The attack...

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