Those clever boffins at Symantec have dug up a slick new phishing scam aimed squarely at over enthusiastic Italian gamers. The scam page – hosted on a popular free web hosting site – was cleverly disguised to look like a popular gaming brand, the brand was – according to the scam page – introducing a new service that would allow its users to connect with ubersexy cam-girls. luring gamers With super-cute pix and promises of girls ready and willing to perform nude webcam shows for a small credit card fee, even luring some with the offer of free shows.
According to Symantec blogger, Mathew Manyara, the - scam – gaming brand had prepared a list of users who were willing to perform nude webcam shows. The phishing site claimed that by entering login credentials one could receive through email the names of the users willing to perform and be able to add them to their contact list.
The phishing site explained that login credentials were required because the brand decided could not disclose the names of performers outside the network to maintain the girls privacy. To gain the users’ confidence, phishers assured gullible gamers that there was no scam involved in their offer and verified each performer did perform nude sex acts in the webcam shows. Read the full article »»»»