About a year or so ago when Social-Engineer ran a poll asking the public who they thought would be better as a Social-Engineer, this is how the public voted. Women won hands down. We set out to see if that was true with the first ever Men Vs Women SECTF at Def Con 20 – […]
There is nothing good about stories where people are killed in mass shooting, especially when there is no reason given for such atrocities. Today a man (maybe more than one) carrying an assault rifle, shotgun and handgun gained access into the Washington Navy Yard and killed 12 people, injuring many more. The news is doing […]
Did anyone get the number of that Mack Truck that hit us? – Someone said Black Hat & DEF CON was on the front grill…. Social-Engineer has again taken Vegas by storm and we know some of our readers couldn’t make it out there to be with us, so we wanted to take some time […]
This year the Social-Engineer Team has invited Apollo Robbins in to the SECTF room to do a little show and be part of our podcast. Ok, are you as excited as us?
With all of the buzz and excitement we thought we would take a few moments to answer some really pertinent questions about the SECTF.
A social engineer is someone who hacks people like hackers hack computers. Any child who has talked his parents into buying him his third Milky Way from the candy aisle is a social engineer like Frank Abagnale, Jr., Leonardo DiCaprio’s character from Catch Me If You Can.
We wanted to give you some ideas of fun little games you can play while surrounded by the ones you love, or maybe just like.
Apparently the pranksters got through with with less than perfect Brittish accents.