Hackers threaten to withdraw the Pokemon GO down on 1 August

Hacker group threatens to launch Poodlecorp servers of blockbuster mobile game Pokemon GO beat 1 Aug using a series of DDoS attacks and bring them offline. The company-developer Niantic already experiencing problems with servers due to the influx of people willing to play, she even postponed the launch of the game in Russia and Japan.
Hackers threaten to withdraw the Pokemon GO down on 1 August
According to one member of the group Poodlecorp, they are going to bring the server offline, because “now the game is popular and nobody can stop them.” Hackers plan to take the server down for twenty hours, almost all day. The method is the same as the other DDoS attacks, responsibility for which is assigned to Poodlecorp – a massive botnet of 600 thousand units.
At the moment the game is available in 27 countries have officially via App Store and Google Play. Everyone else wishing to join the new trend you have to use the instructions like this: “How to install Pokemon Go on your iPhone or Android in Russia”.

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