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Cybercriminals Use “Unflod” Malware to Steal Apple Passwords from iPhones and iPads

22
Apr
2014

A piece of malware dubbed Unflod.dylib or framework.dylib has been attempting to steal the Apple ID credentials of iPad and iPhone owners. The campaign has been named the Unflod Baby Panda and its believed to have been launched by Chinese actors.

This is another example that Apple devices, particularly jailbroken ones, are not 100% secure.

Reddit users first revealed seeing the malware around 4 days ago when their Apple devices started crashi…

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