What if you can win $500,000 by the end of the year?
That’s what a hacker is aiming for with a program that lets you play a lottery online and in real time.
The $5-million prize is up for grabs on the Cyber Monday online auction, with the hackers hoping to lure in more than $1.2 billion.
The program, which the group calling itself The Lucky Seven claims is the first of its kind, will let players win as little as $10 for a single ticket, or $50 for three tickets, according to a post on its website.
The site says the jackpot goes up every day until Dec. 12, when the jackpots run out.
“The first million people to sign up will be able to win $1 million by the time the jackpott gets closed,” the site says.
“So if you are the lucky one, now’s your chance to win.”
While most online casinos offer prizes of $10 or $100, the hackers say they will not offer any prize beyond that, or the amount of money that a person must spend to win.
The group has made a number of other attempts to win online gambling prizes in the past, including the $10,000 prize in 2014.
That resulted in a legal fight with the casino operators, who said the winner was not eligible to win a prize.
The hackers also recently won a $1-million payout from a $10 million lottery win, according the site.
The site is run by the hackers, whose identity is hidden, and it claims to have more than 200,000 members on the site, according a news release.
The group says it hopes to reach as many as 300,000 people this year.
The winners are not eligible for any of the prizes.
The hacker’s claim is that they have obtained information from an online gambling operator that allowed them to win the prize, and that the data allowed them access to other online gaming sites and information.
“We are going to win it by any means necessary,” the group said in the release.
The lottery is scheduled to run from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m., with the winners announced at noon.