Apple has taken the opportunity to provide some additional information about a number of third-party iOS apps that were recently discovered to be infected with the XcodeGhost malware. After the existence of the XcodeGhost trojan filtered down into the public domain, Apple took a number of steps to not only combat the issue, but also provide clarification on what it means to users, developers, and how it plans to rectify the problem and ensure that it doesn’t happen again. Now, as an addendum to that info, the Cupertino-based company has listed the top 25 apps that have been affected by the malware.

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