The Computer Fraud Challenge emphasizes the prevalence of computer fraud and abuse in today's electronic environment. The activity illustrates a variety of hacking and social engineering techniques that compromise confidential information, as well as malware that harms computers. By providing examples, some of which are derived from real world cases, this PowerPoint game ties theory to practice. The Computer Fraud Challenge is based on the television show Hollywood Squares. Contestants choose a celebrity and are prompted with a question related to computer fraud. The student choose to agree or disagree with responses provided by game celebrities, earning an X or O just like Tic-Tac-Toe. Two game files are provided in PowerPoint, each containing 27 different game scenarios. A solution set is provided for the instructor who can moderate the game as the host. Detailed teaching notes are provided with instructions and tips on using in class.