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The Social-Engineer Blog
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.
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.
After a short and intense setup, we are ready to present the Offsec Exploit Archive. We’ve recreated the milw0rm database, updated it and are now accepting submissions.
Building Awareness on the threats using the Social Engineering Podcast. The day has finally arrived… we just released our first podcast.
A Discussion with the creator of the Social Engineers Toolkit.
For years studies have come out that link the fact that people from all cultures across the globe associate the lack of eye contact with their belief the person is lying. Is this true? How can we tell?
The series will be called “How To Become a Social Engineer” and will be broken down into the many aspects one will need to master to even consider this. In this first of the series we will cover the most important aspect of social engineering.