Pokemon Go, an augmented reality game for smartphones, is one of the hottest properties on the market and is attracting a lot of attention in the crypto world.
However, there is one major problem with this popular game: Pokemon Go has been hijacked.
A hacker group known as The Shady Gang has stolen the Pokémon GO Pokémon Pods and other devices from over 300,000 retail stores in the US, UK, Germany, and Canada, according to CoinDesk.
“We know how to take control of Pokemon Go devices,” one of The Shashy Gang’s co-founders, Joshua Lee Miller, wrote in a post on his personal website.
“We’ve had a lot to do with stealing devices and we are here to help.”
The Shashys group is a group of hackers who has hacked over 150,000 Pokemon Go Pokemon Pods in an attempt to steal them.
The team’s goal is to obtain the Poke Pods, which contain an encrypted, non-public API key and other personal data for the Pokemon characters in the game.
In the case of Pokemon GO Pods the hackers stole all the Pokemon Go Poke PODs in a series of large thefts on July 11, according the Shashies website.
This massive hack has been going on for months.
It started with a series that took place in July, and then escalated rapidly, according CoinDesk, with thefts occurring on the same day as the release of Pokemon Sun and Moon.
In addition to the stolen Pods Pokémon GO, Nintendo also suffered a significant hack earlier this year.
The Pokemon Company confirmed that its servers had been compromised on August 1, 2016.
Pokemon GO players have been receiving messages from the Shady Girls in a number of countries threatening to take their PokePods.
“They will send you to hell.
This is what you get for going against us,” one message reads.
To make matters worse, the Shshies team has also stolen a number, including some Pokemon POD data.
This data includes Pokemon’s name, Pokemon’s species, and a unique identifier that is used to track the game’s progress.
For those that have yet to buy a Pokemon Go-powered smartphone, the Pokémon Go POD can be used to make it easier to purchase items like Pokeballs and candy bars.
However it is important to note that the Pods can only be used for the duration of the game and that players must be able to find the Pokemon Pod in the wild.
It is important for Pokemon Go players to use the POD in order to access Pokemon data.
However if Pokemon Go is hijacked, players may not be able access their Pokemon Go data in the future.
The Shshys group has threatened to release information about the Pokemon ID and PokePOD to the public if the Pokemon GO game is not patched soon.
Some have suggested that the Shashes group is the same group responsible for other large breaches of Pokemon POT, including one in May of this year that exposed over 600,000 private accounts.
However a spokesperson for Nintendo confirmed that they were not the same hackers who were behind the Pokemon Company’s breach.
On Monday, the group released a statement on their website: “This is not our first time stealing Pokemon POF data.
The team is always up for a new challenge and are always looking to make things easier for our customers and employees.
We have already patched the Pokemon game and will continue to improve and make the game even better.”
This week, Nintendo is set to release the Pokemon Sun & Moon update, which will introduce a number new features for Pokemon GO.