Aug 30, 2016 10:24 AM EDT
'Pokemon GO' Cheat: This Tracker Hack still Catch Them All, Even When Niantic Captcha All
"Pokemon GO" players may have heard the news of Niantic's plan on deploying captcha system to find unauthorized third-party apps made for hacking the AR game. PokeFast is one of the map alternatives to track monsters nearby.
"Pokemon GO" cheat using this tracker without getting banned: PokeFast
One of the working app is PokeFast. The radar is super easy to use without getting banned. How come? Morning News USA said that PokeFast is out of Niantic's radar because it does not link to the game's server. The map scanner made for Android, reveals Pokemons nearby in a quick way.
Hello guys, just to keep you updated. Today we'll be releasing a new version that will fix the API problems we've been dealing with. (1/2)
— PokeFast (@pokefastapp) August 20, 2016
A few days ago, the app developer tweeted the news about a new PokeFast version after being updated. It fixes a few bugs including the permanent loading screen that some users experienced before. The tracker is clearly still working and PokeFast promises to improve the app in order to perform well. It seems that the developer is handling problems fast enough by replying each question.
Niantic plans to use captcha to identify bots and hacks for "Pokemon GO" cheat
It is no surprise that Niantic might develop ways to shut down all the unauthorized apps to cheat the AR game. BGR reported that Niantic will add the captcha feature as an extra security to prevent users from manipulating the game. This captcha will block players so they will play fairly without the use of bots.
So far, there has been a doubt whether maps that track Pokemons will also get banned using the captcha system. No one can confirm this because everything depends on how Niantic will apply the feature. However, as Parent Herald said, this system may not affect third-party maps since it does not require unauthorized request to the "Pokemon GO" servers
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