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November 3, 2015

iOS Hackers Win a Million-Dollar Bug Bounty

Security firm Zerodium has announced that an anonymous hacker group will claim the million-dollar reward for successfully developing a remote hacking technique to compromise the latest variants of Apple’s iPhone 6 and 6S.

Apple’s iOS & MacOS software are generally considered hard nuts to crack by hackers. Tim Cook’s stance on end-user encryption on personal devices such as the wildly successful iPhone even has the Feds publicly taking on Apple, finding novel new means to corner Apple into proving a backdoor for its software. Edward Snowden has previously revealed that the CIA is looking into ways to infiltrate Apple’s security.

With this in mind, a zero-day [...]

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October 5, 2015

YiSpecter Malware Targets All iOS Devices: More than 100 Apps are Compromised

A new ad-based malware dubbed “YiSpecter” is now infecting iPhones and iPads that are both jailbroken and non-jailbroken by abusing private APIs within the iOS system, discovers a security firm.

Security firm Palo Alto Networks has uncovered a new malware that appears to originate from an advertising company in China by infecting iOS devices by downloading unwanted applications without the owner’s consent.

The researchers wrote:

Whether an iPhone is jailbroken or not, the malware can be successfully downloaded and installed.

The full record of the discovery can be found in a blog post at Palo Alto Networks.

The security firm has [...]

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August 31, 2015

KeyRaider Malware Results in World’s Largest iCloud Hijack

In what is seen as the most comprehensive Apple accounts hijack in history, a malware named ‘KeyRaider’ is said to affect over 225,000 jailbroken Apple devices.

A new iOS malware known as KeyRaider, targeting jailbroken devices, has already claimed private account information from over 225,000 Apple accounts, reports ThreatPost.

A team of Chinese amateur cybersecurity enthusiasts called WeipTech were alerted to a disturbance, immediately alerting security researchers at Palo Alto Networks. Weiptech stumbled upon a database storing a large horde of stolen Apple data after paying heed to multiple reports of users’ Apple accounts being charged with unauthorized purchases. [...]

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