Mac Developer: Malware swipes 225,000 Apple accounts through jailbroken iPhones
Malware swipes 225,000 Apple accounts through jailbroken iPhones: "Researchers have discovered a strain of iOS malware, nicknamed KeyRaider, that has stolen over 225,000 Apple IDs from jailbroken devices. The software takes advantage of Chinese app repositories that let people directly upload and share their own titles. If you happen to download the code, it'll either scoop up your Apple account data (to give rogue users 'free' apps) or hold your phone for ransom."
As they say, you get what you pay for.
Labels: security leak