iPhone 13: In these days before Christmas and the Three Wise Men, many websites, shops and businesses take the opportunity to do raffles, to give things away because it is the most ideal time of the year. But they also give hackers a chance to take advantage and earn their own prizes, sneaking in fake prizes that, because of the time of year, might be more taxing than doing them any other time of year. Like the fake iPhone 13 price.
No, you don’t have an iPhone 13 . got
As the OSI warns us, there is a survey running through the networks that uses like a hook the opportunity to participate in a lottery in which a iPhone 13 can only be won by answering a series of questions. The details shown in the header of the email are as follows:
The email “could be credible because it uses extensive language, although the text contains grammatical and spelling errors.” The body of the email informs the recipient that they have been selected to participate in a raffle consisting of answering a series of questions, and invites them to access the survey via the link provided in the message. Also included is an image of a iPhone 13 to reinforce cheating, a disclaimer with legal information and the option to unsubscribe from the mailing list.
When the rogue website is visited, “a telecommunications company logo is displayed along with the image of a mobile iPhone, next to the inscription ‘Answer and win!'”. Clicking the ‘Complete Survey’ button will prompt you to answer a series of simple questions, and once the survey is completed, you’ll see a message stating that you’ve won an entry to enter the raffle . And for this you have to select a box from the 7 they show you.