Hello Barbie. The doll that REALLY listens

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It’s nothing new that when we’re on the Internet, somewhere, a small portion of our semi-personal or personal data is being cached. We’re a society used to being watched in some form or another while online. And sad to say, most people just accept this. However, what about when that steps over the line from collecting anonymous statistics about your normal browsing habits to invading the privacy of your home? Continue Reading >

DEF CON 23 SECTF Results Webinar

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Date: Tuesday, December 1, 2015 Time: 10 am PT/ 1 pm ET Duration: 1 hour Presenters: Chris Hadnagy, Chief Human Hacker and Michele Fincher, Chief Influencing Agent, Social-Engineer, LLC Registration: click here The Social Engineering Capture the Flag (SECTF) Competition, presented by Social-Engineer LLC, is held annually at the DEF CON hacking conference to generate awareness Continue Reading >

DEF CON 23 – Recap, Updates and More!

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We just came out of our coma and realized we haven’t updated all of you who couldn’t make it on what happened at DEF CON 23. So, we pulled ourselves up from the floor and started writing. 

Social Engineering the Classroom

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There are those who loved school and those who, like Ferris Bueller, loved getting out of school. You really can’t get much more classic SE than Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, but where the movie focused on the power of manipulation and rapport to escape, SEORG is getting more and more reports of students focused on Continue Reading >

What comes after the huffing and puffing?

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In the midst of all the recent articles about information breaches, a trend is emerging. We seem to be hearing more lately that prevention of breaches, while not to be ignored, should not be the sole focus of digital or physical security programs. More news articles, tweets from the infosec community, and even commercial products Continue Reading >