KeyRaider Malware Compromises 225K Jailbroken iPhones
The KeyRaider malware has led hackers to steal more than 225,000 Apple accounts' login information. But if your phone isn't jailbroken, you're fine.By Leah Becerra | August 31, 2015
A new malware called KeyRaider has helped hackers collect the logins for more than 225,000 Apple accounts.
Palo Alto Networks, which reported on the malware, says this is the largest known hack of this type to date.
But here's another important fact: KeyRaider can only affect users who have jailbroken their phones. So if you're wondering "What's a jailbroken phone?" then you probably don't have to worry.