April 21, 2014
It is true that carrying out this type of practice on our iOS devices is not recommended as it affects its operation and also in some cases cancels the warranty in the face of a possible repair. But as expected, the jailbreak is not without security holes.
With the rather unthreatening name of Unflod Baby Panda, this malware was discovered by the hacker Stefan Esser better known as i0n1c although he has detailed that it has been a revelation in part thanks to the Reddit users who reported the matter.
Apparently, the malware has a Chinese origin, through libraries like Unflod.dylib, intended to download pirated applications from the App Store. All of them Chinese repositories of dubious origin. Something that shows us the danger of jailbreak if we are not entirely sure what we are installing.
via Security Alert: New iOS Jailbreak Malware.
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