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Pokemon Go v0.119.4 APK – from Google Play Store | iTunes

Pokemon Go v0.119.4 APK – from Google Play Store | iTunes

Pokemon Go is an augmented reality game that has users walking to important locations to find and catch Pokemon, battle over gyms, and restock their items at Pokestops. Players can form their own team, power them up, and even battle other users.

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Pokémon GO gets ‘Lucky’ Pokémon obtainable only by trading
Pokémon GO just got a little surprise update, complete with a curious new feature: “Lucky” Pokémon.
Most things in Pokémon GO are adapted from things that already exist in the Pokémon universe. Items like incense, lucky eggs and the like all exist in the main Pokémon series (though what these items actually do tends to be a bit different in GO).
Lucky Pokémon, as far as I know, is a new concept altogether.
So what are they? And how are they different from existing Shiny Pokémon?

Shiny Pokémon are rare variations of existing Pokémon with colors that differ from the standard. You might tap on your 398th Dratini, for example, only to find that it’s bright pink instead of the standard blue. You might randomly tap a Minun to find that it has green ears instead of blue, or an Aron with red eyes instead of blue. It’s a fun way to keep players tapping on Pokémon even after their Pokédex is technically complete. The differences are only skin deep, though; beyond the visual shift, Shiny Pokémon are generally functionally the same as their non-shiny version.
The new “Lucky” Pokémon, meanwhile, don’t look much different (save for a sparkly background when you look at them in your collection). They do, however, have a little functional advantage: powering them up requires less stardust. In other words, you’ll be able to make them stronger faster and with less work.
How do you get ’em? By trading. While folks are still working out the exact mechanics, it looks like non-Lucky Pokémon have a chance to become Lucky Pokémon when traded from one player to another. According to Niantic, the odds of a Pokémon becoming “lucky” after a trade increase based on how long ago it was originally caught.
And for the collectors out there: yes, for better or worse, “Lucky” Pokémon are now a category in the Pokédex. Niantic just added trading to Pokémon GO a month ago, and this is a clever way to get players to care about trading even after they’ve already caught everything there is to catch.
This update also brings a few other small changes, mostly just polishing up the way the friend/trading system works:

You can now give friends nicknames. That’s super useful for remembering who is who, or for remembering that you added PikaFan87 because they promised to trade you a Kangaskhan
You now get a bit of XP for sending gifts
Gifts can now contain stardust
You can now delete gifts from your inventory

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Hacker to Live-Stream Attack on Zuckerberg’s Facebook Page

Hacker to Live-Stream Attack on Zuckerberg’s Facebook Page

An indie Taiwanese hacker said he will not proceed with a plan to take down Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook page and broadcast it live this Sunday.
Self-professed bug bounty-hunter Chang Chi-yuan, who ferrets out software flaws in return for cash, said on Facebook this week that he would live-stream an endeavor to delete the billionaire’s account at 6 p.m. local time from his own Facebook page.

But the lanky youngster, who turns 24 this year based on past interviews, said he’ll refrain from doing so after receiving global attention following his announcement, which was reported by Bloomberg News earlier Friday.
“I am canceling my live feed, I have reported the bug to Facebook and I will show proof when I get bounty from Facebook,” Chang, who has more than 26,000 followers on Facebook, told Bloomberg News.
In post on his Facebook page Friday, Chang said he’s canceling the attack on the Facebook chief executive and broadcast to avoid unnecessary trouble.
“There will still be a lot of people questioning my ability even after I find many bugs and earn a copious amount of bounty, and I shouldn’t try to prove myself by toying with Zuck’s account,” he wrote.

Cyber-enthusiasts from India to the U.S. routinely expose loopholes in corporate websites and software, earning small financial rewards. It’s unusual however for so-called white-hat hackers to do so in real time. Chang, a minor celebrity at home who’s gone on talk shows to discuss his exploits, was reportedly sued by a local bus operator after infiltrating their systems and buying a ticket for just NT$1 (3 cents). He’s published a gamut of claims — none of which could be independently verified — including attacks on Apple Inc. and Tesla Inc. And his Facebook account was listed among eight “special contributors” in Line Corp.’s 2016 bug-hunters’ hall of fame.

Facebook Inc., which like many Silicon Valley giants runs a thriving bug-bounty program, didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment outside business hours. The social media company is under the gun on a host of issues from privacy to its handling of election interference and hate speech, and can ill-afford trouble with basic cybersecurity.
“I don’t want to be a proper hacker, and I don’t even want to be a hacker at all,” Chang said in a recent post. “I’m just bored and try to dabble so that I can earn some money.”
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