Name in Browser: Free Steam Gifts
Okay. So. On an informal note I almost burst out laughing seeing this site and how unconvincing it looks with the many issues that can be spotted with this.
It’s spread through the very same old trick that has existed a little bit after the dawn of phishing scams on Steam, after the VAC trick – “FREE GAMES IN THIS TOTALLY-NOT-BOGUS LINK! WE PROMISE!”
This website uses a different layout from the others, the only similarities being the background colour and the toolbar at the top. Should one turn their attention to the heel of the website, they will see this: “© 2012 – Free Steam Gifts. All rights reserved.” Above the Valve logo – talk about breach of copyright! The players-online and players-in-game counters are also inaccurate, as they (as far as I can see) don’t exist anymore. In addition, there are three hyperlinks at the very tip of the website: Steam groups, YouTube and Twitter, which shouldn’t be there.
Should one proceed to click a game on the list, they will be taken to a login screen which is the same old story (Username, password, and email “adress”). To this day, I still wonder when they added “adress” to the English Dictionary.
Credit to Kronos for this report.