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Published a list of apps in the App Store that were infected XcodeGhost

Today Apple announced a major cyber attack launched by hackers on the App store. The result was infected with fake copy of the development tool Xcode – XcodeGhost – official apps for iPhone and iPad. Experts of the research company Palo Alto Networks has published a list of games and programs that contain malicious code.

The attack occurred on September 16. Now Apple cleans your store from malware. “We removed the app from the App Store, which, as we know, were created with the help of this viral program,” said a company spokeswoman Christine Monahan. In Cupertino emphasize that control its developers to use the correct version of Xcode, not malicious XcodeGhost.

Apple does not specify how much was revealed infected applications as well as iPhone and iPad users can check their device for infections. However, data experts on cybersecurity, the infected can more than 300 applications. 31 of them have already been identified:

  • Angry Birds 2
  • CamCard
  • CamScanner
  • Card Safe
  • China Unicom Mobile Office
  • CITIC Bank move card space
  • Didi Chuxing developed by Uber”s biggest rival in China Kuaidi Didi
  • Eyes Wide
  • Flush
  • Freedom Battle
  • High German map
  • Himalayan
  • Hot stock market
  • I called MT
  • I called MT 2
  • IFlyTek input
  • Jane book
  • Lazy weekend
  • Lifesmart
  • Mara Mara
  • Marital bed
  • Medicine to force
  • Micro Channel
  • Microblogging camera
  • NetEase
  • OPlayer
  • Pocket billing
  • Poor tour
  • Quick asked the doctor
  • Railway 12306 the only official app used for buying train tickets in China
  • SegmentFault
  • Stocks open class
  • Telephone attribution assistant
  • The driver drops
  • The Kitchen
  • Three new board
  • Watercress reading
  • WeChat
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Users who have installed one of these applications, it is recommended to remove them from your device and re-download from the App Store. The head of the Palo Alto Networks Ryan Olson noted that malicious code from affecting the functionality of the apps. Examples of theft of user data have not yet been found.

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