Sex chats bots
Just ask her about the Top 40 and she will show you the current pop charts. Mitsuku can play more advanced games like Hangman and Tic-Tac-Toe rather than just text based games. Last week, Twitter’s security team purged nearly 90,000 fake accounts after outside researchers discovered a massive botnet peddling links to fake “dating” and “romance” services.The accounts had already generated more than 8.5 million posts aimed at driving users to a variety of subscription-based scam websites with promises of—you guessed it—hot internet sex.
Further, it demonstrates how effective these types of botnets can be: The since-deleted accounts collectively generated upwards of 30 million clicks—easily trackable since the links all used Google’s URL shortening service.
The 90,000 accounts were all created using roughly the same formula: A profile picture of a stereotypically attractive young woman whose tweets included sexually suggestive, if not poorly written remarks that invite users to “meet” with them for a “sex chat.” Millions of users apparently fell for the ruse and, presumably, a small fraction of went on to provide their payment card information to the pornographic websites they were lured to.
“The accounts either engage directly with a target by quoting one of their tweets or attracting targets to the payload visible on their profile bio or pinned tweet,” Zero FOX reports.
All you have to do is click here and type out your message, and the bot replies instantly.
(You could also like the bot on Facebook.)Your conversations with “Christian” will be entertaining and, honestly, feel weirdly realistic.