Online generators… of dashed expectations | Advanced Mobile Spy Software
Quite recently, we (and hence our security solutions) started to designate an entire class of sites — gift card generators — as fraudulent, despite their not stealing any money or personal data from visitors. Why? Let's try to unpick these sites and see how they work. How it works Ads for all kinds of generators can be seen in spam emails and the banners of dubious advertiser networks. The quality of such sites can range from professional to shoddy, but the essence is always the same: the visitor is offered a freely generated gift card code for iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, Steam, and the like. A single site can offer cards of any value for almost every service out there. As usual with phishing sites, there is no word about why the creators are so charitable, yet plenty of reviews from grateful customers who report that the "generated" code did the trick (if not the first, then the tenth or the hundredth). A professionally designed generator site… It should be noted that the code