Zack Friedman posted one of them on his Twitter account
Increasingly, animated QR codes can be found on the Internet. For example, the popular YouTube blogger Zack Friedman posted one of them on his Twitter account.
Scan it. Scan it scan it scan it scan it pic.twitter.com/11qGgb3onB— Zack Freedman (@zackfreedman) April 22, 2022
Scan it. Scan it scan it scan it scan it pic.twitter.com/11qGgb3onB
When following this code, we get to the good old rickroll (an animated GIF image of the famous Rick Astley Never Gonna Give You Up clip on the Internet).
It’s easy enough to create something like this. To do this, you can use ready-made services available online. For example, QR4. You can also download the Visualead or Acme Codes mobile apps.
In turn, you should be more careful when navigating through QR codes on unfamiliar sites. With their help, attackers can at least redirect you to a phishing site.