Thank you to everyone we met at ShmooCon
Interview with the BackTrack 4 Dev Team
Maltego 3 Leaked
Our friend and contributor Matt was kind enough to put into writing a few stories from his law enforcement days. This excellent example shows how important it is to pay attention to the little details when information gathering. Sometimes the littlest details can make or break the story…..
It brings to light some very interesting facts…. malicious social engineers are looking at what is “bothering” people and then offering information and/or solutions if “you just click here.” Everything from money help for the economic woes people are experiencing right down to cures for the H1N1 Virus. It makes a further valid point, that the users are the ones who are to blame.
The first thing that happened when I mentioned this blog post was a few people saying, “This doesn’t have much to do with social engineering so why they heck do you want to blog about it?” The truth is… it doesn’t have much to do with social engineering at all, but it is so darn […]
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Probably one of the hottest topics for social engineers is how to detect who is lying and how to improve your ability to fool your targets. Today we picked two articles to discuss about this topic briefly.
We have been collecting interesting articles and stories from around the Internet that have to do with Social Engineering. This is the start of a blog thread devoted to these stories and what we can learn from them.