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Pokemon Go: privacy and security concerns you should be aware of

13
Jul
2016

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The Pokemon Go augmented-reality game has quickly become a smash hit, with 7.5 million US downloads in the first week. Demand for the game is so high that hackers have taken notice too.

Researchers have found a malware-infected version of the Pokemon Go app for Android. The malware, called Droidjack, is part of the AndroRAT family, a remote access Trojan that provides backdoor functionality and access to people’s mobile devices.

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