Apple has removed more than 250 iOS apps from its App Store after a security company discovered that an advertising system was stealing personal data.
Developers using Apple's App Store now have the option to charge Australian buyers less than the usual $1.49 for iOS and Mac apps and in-app purchases
Bitdefender’s Senior E-Threat Analyst, Bogdan Botezatu, offered comment on the Apple XcodeGhost malware issue, saying an extra level of anti-malware tech would definitely improve security.
Hey, was there ever a full report/followup released?
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