XCODEGHOST MALWARE: Apple asking developers to verify their Xcode version


XCODEGHOST MALWARE Apple asking developers to verify their Xcode version

Apple has just sent us an email asking us where she, like other developers to check the version of Xcode. This follows the issue of Chinese copy, called XcodeGhost that injects malicious code into applications.

Even big titles like Angry Birds 2 have been affected by this issue. In his email, Apple also said it had deleted applications from the App Store that were built with a counterfeit version of Xcode, which had the potential to cause harm to customers. More infected apps listed below:


  • air2
  • AmHexinForPad
  • Angry Birds 2 (Chinese App Store only)
  • CamCard
  • CamScanner
  • Card Safe
  • China Unicom Mobile Office
  • CITIC Bank move card space
  • CSMBP-AppStore
  • CuteCUT
  • DataMonitor
  • Didi Chuxing
  • Eyes Wide
  • FlappyCircle
  • Flush
  • Freedom Battle
  • golfsense
  • golfsensehd
  • guaji_gangtai en
  • Guitar Master
  • Himalayan
  • Hot stock market
  • InstaFollower
  • installer
  • Jane book
  • Lazy weekend
  • Lifesmart
  • Mara Mara
  • Marital bed
  • Microblogging camera
  • MobileTicket
  • Musical.ly
  • NetEase
  • nice dev
  • OPlayer
  • OPlayer Lite
  • PDFReader
  • Perfect365
  • Pocket billing
  • PocketScanner
  • Poor tour
  • QYER
  • Railway 12306
  • SaveSnap
  • Stocks open class
  • SuperJewelsQuest2
  • Telephone attribution assistant
  • The driver drops
  • The Kitchen
  • Three new board
  • TinyDeal.com
  • Wallpapers10000
  • Watercress reading
  • WeChat
  • WeLoop
  • WhiteTile
  • WinZip
  • WinZip Sector
  • WinZip Standard


She then invited to download the official version of Xcode from the site for devs. So if you are not on your copy, please take action now before Apple makes cleaning by removing your app. In this case, you will have to fix the problem in your application before submitting it again to Apple for approval teams.

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