- Over a dozen iPhone apps have been found to be sending data to a server associated with the infamous Golduck malware.
- The recent breach was found in 14 apps that were sending IP address and location data to the server.
- Researchers claim even though there is a line of communication, the apps by themselves aren't harmful as of now.
Over a dozen iOS apps are sending data to a server associated with Golduck, a malware known to infect Android apps. Security researchers found around 14 apps, all of which seem to be classic and retro games for iPhones are linked to the malware.