Malware for Jailbroken iPhones

Rafagon

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Dec 7, 2011
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Idiot users who install shady or pirate repos get these problems.
If you're one of the aforementioned idiots and have noticed suspicious activity on your Apple account, you may have been affected by KeyRaider, the malware described in the article posted by the OP.

Fortunately, an online tech news site is pleased to report that Palo Alto Networks and WipTech have put together a web-based tool to help you check if your account has been compromised.

Simply visit weiptech.org and follow the instructions*.


*Fluency in Chinese or knowledge of how to use an online translation site required.
 
Jun 19, 2007
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If you're one of the aforementioned idiots and have noticed suspicious activity on your Apple account, you may have been affected by KeyRaider, the malware described in the article posted by the OP.

Fortunately, an online tech news site is pleased to report that Palo Alto Networks and WipTech have put together a web-based tool to help you check if your account has been compromised.

Simply visit weiptech.org and follow the instructions*.


*Fluency in Chinese or knowledge of how to use an online translation site required.
This is why I believe that many people should not jailbreak. They go into it unprepared and with no knowledge of the possible pitfalls, many of which can be avoided with a little forethought and research. I'm thinking of more than a couple of folks on this forum as well. I mean, how many have bothered to change their root or mobile passwords?