After setting up a special help page that provides information about the massive XcodeGhost malware hack on its website, Apple has listed the top 25 iOS apps built using the counterfeit version of Xcode that was capable of injecting malware in apps before they were submitted to the App Store.
The image above shows the most popular 25 apps (by downloads) that have included malware in the past, before being updated by developers. Apple a few days ago pulled apps that still had the XcodeGhost code in them, telling Reuters that it’s working with developers on the matter. Currently, Apple is blocking apps made with the same unofficial Xcode tool that injects the malware.
“After the top 25 impacted apps, the number of impacted users drops significantly,” Apple writes on the page, suggesting that the other apps that might have malware components do not have a significant number of users. However, it’s not clear how many iPhone and iPad users actually downloaded any of these 25 top apps.
The company’s help page also says the malware can’t be used to collect highly sensitive user data such as iCloud (Apple ID) credentials or other passwords.
Here’s a list of the top 25 iPhone apps in Apple’s Chinese App Store that have been affected by the hack, which happens to be Apple’s largest malware attack in the history of the App Store.
58 Classified – Job, Used Cars, Rent
Gaode Map – Driving and Public Transportation
China Unicom Customer Service (Official Version)*
CarrotFantasy 2: Daily Battle*
Call Me MT 2 – Multi-server version
Angry Bird 2 – Yifeng Li’s Favorite*
Baidu Music – A Music Player that has Downloads, Ringtones, Music Videos, Radio, and Karaoke
NetEase Music – An Essential for Radio and Song Download
Foreign Harbor – The Hottest Platform for Oversea Shopping*
Battle of Freedom (The MOBA mobile game)
One Piece – Embark (Officially Authorized)*
Let’s Cook – Receipes [sic]
Heroes of Order & Chaos – Multiplayer Online Game*
Dark Dawn – Under the Icing City (the first mobile game sponsored by Fan BingBing)*
I Like Being With You*
Himalaya FM (Audio Book Community)
Encounter – Local Chatting Tool
This article was originally published on BGR.com