Gamers anxious to try out DC Universe Online ahead of its official release have become the targets of a scam designed to trick them into completing bogus surveys. DC Universe Online, a multiplayer online game for Playstation 3 and PCs, will allow gamers to take out bad guys alongside the likes of Batman, Superman and other DC …
This article is a honeypot
"suck boobs" indeed.
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If it is a honeypot, what does that make you?
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I'm going to go for... a boob.
He was prolly lured in reading in promise of potential iPad or some such, so maybe a honey pot fondler?
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While Pooh bear lacks brains tho, he has an infinite source of luck. Perhaps one of the fake keys, combined with the current event of heavy solar flare, somehow got corrupted during transmission at some point between the 100 Acre Woods and Sony's server in Japan. Luckily for him the corrupted packets translates back into a working key at the SOE server. A one in a zillion event, but no doubt possible.
It's just too bad that no mere mortal man has such luck.
You tell him, Bee!
Defend the honyepot!
There's far too many double entendre when we have an article with the phrase honeypot and Ms Bee making an appearance in the thread.
You're deliberately trying to mislead us with that headline aren't you?
Presumably said scam was was perpetrated by the Norks.
To be fair...
...there was no way the story was ever going to live up to the title.
...people still getting conned with that stuff to this day!
But then again people still get conned by the market stall man with his black bags containing stuff worth at least £50 guvnor, £5 to you lot.
I hate that -- and especially hate those 'honeyhuts' on Oxford Street in London.
That dude sounds more like an annoyed mark than an objective researcher to me.
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Potato, potatoe... gotta get the research from somewhere, eh lads?
One of my favourite ever lines from the great, great Andy Hamilton:
Among, it must be said, many candidates.
"You say pot*ah*to, whereas we....pronounce it correctly."
From Revolting People. If you've not heard it, you've not lived.
Are people still giving correct answers to surveys? You'd think they actually want to be scammed and spammed!
As far as I can tell, affiliates exist only to give companies plausible deniability when they spam/scam or make money from those who do. "It wasn't us, it was the affiliate."
This is a great way for major advertising brokers like Overture or whoever to launder clicks from hijacked web browsers. Back in the coolwebsearch days the vast majority of links on hijacked browsers went through two or three levels of affiliates, starting in Russia and working their way west, and ended up at Yahoo or Overture or Doubleclick - who all made a mint, undoubtedly.
When asked for comment, all of the above said, "It's just the affiliates... we try to police it, but there are -so many-...." Right. You poor babies.
Superhero game beta sucks boobs into honeypot
Glad to see I wasn't the only one expecting some story related to sweetened Bulgarian airbags in distress or the like.
SUPER MAN! I knew you's come, I knew you'd come; it's him, I knew you were real. He was here in a flash. So much evil, so much darkness, we need a Knight.
Gotta love the first video post on the Sunbelt site by user 'doitfaggots'!
i only read this because of the headline....
ironically, el reg seem to have made a boobsucking honeypot all of their own
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