By Conner Carey on Mon, 09/21/2015
Apple experienced the largest security break in App Store history this week, according to Business Insider. A malicious code called XcodeGhost infected over 300 applications made by Chinese developers using counterfeit (albeit faster to download) software. The malware apps were downloaded via the Chinese App Store, making it unlikely international app users will be affected. However, Apple is still removing hundreds of apps from the store. Check out the list of popular infected apps to see if you have any sitting on your iPhone.