Social-Engineer Newsletter Vol 07 – Issue 97

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Vol 07 Issue 97 October 2017 In This Issue Operations Security – Hips don’t lie, and neither do loose lips Social-Engineer News Upcoming classes As a member of the newsletter you have the option to OPT-IN for special offers. You can click here to do that. Check out the schedule of upcoming training on Social-Engineer.com […]

Social-Engineer Newsletter Vol 07 – Issue 96

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  Vol 07 Issue 96 September 2017 In This Issue Are You Being Skimmed? Social-Engineer News Upcoming classes As a member of the newsletter you have the option to OPT-IN for special offers. You can click here to do that. Check out the schedule of upcoming training on Social-Engineer.com 5-9 February, 2018 – Advanced Practical […]

Advances in Machine Learning

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Back in March we talked about Adobe’s Project VoCo which could recreate someone’s speech with only twenty minutes of recorded dialogue.  Now just a few months later, Lyrebird claims it can recreate any voice with just one minute of recorded speech!  Lyrebird also says it can make that speech have any intonation or emotion, from […]

DEF CON 25: The SEVillage Wrap-Up

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It’s been 3 weeks (give and take a few days) since DEF CON 25. As a team we’ve been living on copious amounts of caffeine and DayQuil, working through our ConFlu. Now that the fevers have lowered we have finally put ourselves together enough to start reliving all the amazing moments we had at DEF […]

Social-Engineer Newsletter Vol 07 – Issue 95

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  Vol 07 Issue 95 August 2017 In This Issue Lessons from Disasters to Improve Security Social-Engineer News Upcoming classes As a member of the newsletter you have the option to OPT-IN for special offers. You can click here to do that. Check out the schedule of upcoming training on Social-Engineer.com 5-9 February, 2018 – […]

Social-Engineer Newsletter Vol 07 – Issue 94

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Vol 07 Issue 94 July 2017 In This Issue The Weaponizing of Social Media Social-Engineer News Upcoming classes As a member of the newsletter you have the option to OPT-IN for special offers. You can click here to do that. Check out the schedule of upcoming training on Social-Engineer.com 2017 Schedule 22-25 July, 2017 – […]

Researchers Use Sound Waves to control a Smartphone (seriously) and a Car (theoretically)

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What does that Fitbit, that you are wearing on your wrist to track your steps, have in common with smartphones, automobiles, medical devices, anti-theft devices, and drones? Give up?…. micro electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) accelerometers. These little devices are being used in cell phones for step counters, user interface control, switching between portrait and landscape mode, […]

Web Beacons for Social Engineering Reconnaissance

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Most of you have heard about cookies on the internet, but Web Beacons take tracking your browsing habits a step further. Web Beacons (aka: Tracking Pixels, Web Bugs, and Tracking Beacons) are mainly used by marketers to track how well an email, advertisement, or article is being received by their audience.  Usually these 1×1 pixel […]