I've not seen anything EXACTLY like this on here, so I thought I'd share. So I just got home from my day job, and my phone rings. It was "unavailable" on Caller ID. I answer, and the heavily accented guy on the other end (I live in mainland US) tells me "that his internet security company has been monitoring my computer for a long time" and that "Was I aware that large amounts of data were being hacked from my computer for awhile now, and even right now as we speak?" I really wanted to see where he was going with this, because I'm always up for learning a new tactic or sales pitch. I replied, "No?!", meaning "No, I didn't know". Apparently, he took it as "No" sale, and promptly hung up on me. Drat. I really wanted to hear what he had to say. Anyway, I imagine he would have tried to scare me into buying his company's software for $99 or something and install it on my computer. Maybe even online while I was on the phone with him. If I had to guess, this security software would also install some ad fraud software, or use my computer for DDOS attacks. Long story short, he'd be getting money from me as well as money on the back end for installing the virus. Not a bad method, I don't think. Anyway, I have no intention of using this, It's WAY blackhat for me but maybe it can be cleaned up a little and still be a usable for someone. Anyone care to put some kind of spin on this and share ideas?