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Why the iOS app XcodeGhost exploit shouldn’t concern you

The iPad and iPhone are said to be more secure than Android, but the latest XcodeGhost exploit joins November 2014's WireLurker and Masque Attack malware threats, September's leaking of celebrity photos stored in iCloud, February's security flaw and the Find My Phone hijacking scam have concerned many. Can Apple maintain its stance that iOS is secure? We examine the various cases that have begged the question of security on the iOS platform, we look at how to make sure your iPhone or iPad is secure and ask whether this all this means Apple's iOS isn't secure?

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