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Apple hack exposes flaws in building apps behind 'Great Firewall'

Lax security in some big Chinese tech firms, Apple's support for developers also blamed

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ATTACKED: In the first major attack on Apple Inc's App Store, a malicious programme, which was dubbed XcodeGhost, hit hundreds - possibly thousands - of Apple iOS apps.

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CHINA'S "Great Firewall" may have been partly to blame for the first major attack on Apple Inc's App Store, but experts also point the finger at lax security procedures of some big-name Chinese tech firms and how Apple itself supports developers in its second biggest market.

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