‘Pokemon Go’ malware is already out — here’s how to make sure you don’t have it

Well, that didn’t take long. ‘Pokemon Go’ malware has already been spotted out in the wild, and may have infected your phone if you downloaded the game from a third-party source. Here’s how to make sure you don’t have it on your phone.

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Have you given Pokémon Go full access to everything in your Google account?

Security flaw means users who signed up to play the game using their Google account also gave the app permission to read emails and access browser history

Gamers who have downloaded the Pokémon Go augmented reality game may have unwittingly handed over access to their emails, search history and Google Drive.

The security vulnerability appears to affect players who signed up to play the game using their Google account on both Apple and Android devices.

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You can meet your Doom more quickly, with the game’s new support for Vulkan API

id Software launched a patch on Steam that updates Doom with Vulkan support. AMD released fresh new drivers optimized for the Doom/Vulkan combo as well, following the drivers launched last week that addresses the Radeon RX 480 power issue.

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