This fake Pokemon NFT is trying to take control of your Windows PC

Hackers are exploiting the Pokemon world’s enduring popularity and the bizarre rise in non-fungible tokens to trick people into installing remote accessibility tools (RATs), taking over their devices and stealing any valuables they find.

ASEC cybersecurity researchers discovered at most two malicious sites recently – beta pokemoncards[.]io and pokemon–go[.]An io game that claims to host a Pokemon-themed game also offers NFT cards that can then be traded to eventually make money.

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