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KeyRaider Malware Responsible For Possibly Largest Known Apple Account Theft To Date, Affecting 225,000 Users

Reading Time: < 1 minute  |  Published: September 1, 2015 in Industry News

Jailbreaking your iPhone has its downsides. In what’s being called the “largest known Apple account theft caused by malware,” security specialists Palo Alto Networks on Sunday released a report detailing a new form of iOS malware it’s calling “KeyRaider,” which is responsible for stealing the account information from over 225,000 Apple customers. The malware targets those with hacked – aka “jailbroken” – iOS devices, so is not a significant threat to the millions of Apple account holders who have not made modifications to their device’s software. Read More.

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