Pokémon Go has become a global phenomenon. Everywhere you look, someone is trying to catch a Jigglypuff or gather Razzberries from the nearest Pokestop. The popular phone app, which is available for both iOS and Android devices, is leading a generation of people to try to be the very best – along with being something fun and new for younger gamers, it’s bringing the nostalgia factor to older players who remember their very first encounter with Professor Oak.
But there may be an Ekans in the grass waiting to bite the ankles of unsuspecting trainers. Popularity often comes with a price, and this time, that price is the attention of cyber criminals. Continue reading