"Starting today, Pokemon caught using third-party services that circumvent normal gameplay will appear marked with a slash in the inventory and may not behave as expected".
Redditors are having fun after Niantic announced new measures to deter cheating in Pokémon Go ... They are now publicly branding all "Pokemon" caught via "Pokemon Go" hacks and cheats. If you are using any third party stuff to find more Pokemon, you will not be able to further proceed in the game with rare, special Pokemon.
This resulted to cheaters posting what happens when the update has been installed.
To redirect the frustration of the players, Forbes has helpfully posted all the invisible features that came with the Raid update for "Pokemon GO". With the new anti-cheat update, any "Pokemon" that is illegitimately caught will be marked with a slash or glaring red marks in the inventory, Reddit reports. With this, they can get several "Pokemon" without doing their best to get it.
Last month, "Pokémon GO" developer Niantic made a decision to deal with cheaters by trolling them with extremely common monsters. Also, these emails have been a bit loose with Pokemon Go details before.
It looks like the company is trying to do everything it can to make sure players don't and can't cheat, which is something that most Pokemon Go users probably don't have a problem with. Unvisited Pokestops will also be shown through an indicator. Revealed earlier this week, the revamped gyms are the most substantial change Pokemon Go has seen since launch, introducing a new motivation system, allowing trainers to feed berries to Pokemon in an allied gym and letting trainers spin the Photo Discs at gyms.