The Social-Engineer Toolkit (SET) has progressed over the months thanks to the suggestions and collaboration with the security community. With this version, I am proud to announce the immediate release of the Social-Engineer Toolkit v0.5
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The Social-Engineer Blog is an informational post designed to keep our readers up-to-date with current SE news involving science, research, and studies. It also reports on SE attacks with tips on staying safe, as well as funny stories that are related to SE.
The main objective was to compromise someone’s existing password which would provide ongoing opportunities to access all sorts of company systems in a stealth mode.
This exercise demonstrates what can be accomplished by an attacker, potentially an insider threat, in a very short period of time through non-technical means, mainly a telephone.
While searching for the new Apple “magical” device don’t get caught falling for the magic tricks of malicious social engineers.
Tested : successfully tested on Adobe Reader 9.1/9.2/9.3 OS Windows XP(SP2,SP3 any languages), also works with Adobe browser plugin
Heck, most intelligent IT Admins won’t click on the link to “See Britney Naked” or “Adjust your Bank of America Account” because they know it is phishing.
But comes in the “new and improved shiny phishing”. These social engineers have done their homework.
There has been a whirlwind in the news about the spy cameras on students issue at the high school in Philly. Now to uncover other schools admitting to the same thing.
Basically the gist of the story is that a school in Philadelphia USA issues laptops to their students. One day Little Blake Robbins goes to school and is slapped with a “improper behavior in his home” disciplinary action.
Thank you to everyone we met at ShmooCon