Hacker news site ZDNet is reporting that hackers have stolen about $1.4 million worth of Apple’s cash apps from its servers.
According to ZDnet, a number of Apple cash apps were stolen from Zappos, the popular online shoe retailer that recently shut down after a series of attacks on its stores.
ZappOS was also targeted by a massive hacking attack last year that caused Zapply to shut down.
Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
In a statement to ZdNet, Apple said that the company “has been aware of the issue and we are working with the affected developers to identify the vulnerability.”
Apple said it was working to improve the security of its Cash app and would provide an update to developers shortly.
Zappos was a popular online retailer, and the Zapplys website was recently hacked and taken offline.
Apple said the Zcash wallet was vulnerable to attacks because the app does not use the Zcrypto wallet.
That means hackers could theoretically take control of the wallet and take over users’ account information.
Zcash users have been notified of the attack.