Fraudsters have exploited excitement over this week’s launch of Call of Duty: Black Ops as a base for online scams.…
Supposed cracks for the eagerly awaited first-person shooter actually take gamers through a variety of shonky online surveys, warns GFI Security researcher Chris Boyd.
The surveys falsely offer iPads and suchlike as potential prizes for completing a series of questions. In reality, the surveys only exist to trick potential marks into handing over personal information for later misuse.
Source: The Register – Security