Yesterday Apple released more details about the XcodeGhost malware that affected a number of apps that were created with fake copies of Apple’s Xcode.
Now Apple has provided more information on which apps have been infected with the XcodeGhost malware, these can be seen in the screenshot below.
The apps with an asterisk next to them are not currently available in Apple’s app store, Apple is working with these developers to get their apps back in the app store.
The XcodeGhost malware came to light earlier this week when Apple pulled a number of apps from their app store, the infected apps were mainly found in China and were created when developers downloaded Xcode from sources other than Apple that had malware in it.
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