Just when it looked like Anti-Virus was getting the upper hand against the Social Engineering Toolkit…
At the Security Bsides conference in Cleveland, David Kennedy the author of SET, showed off some of the program’s new features. One is a very interesting way to get a remote shell by completely bypass Anti-Virus using a Windows Powershell attack. Let’s take a quick look at how this works.
This video tour of a Google data center highlights the security and data protections that are in place at Google data centers.
Rather than storing each customer’s data on a single machine or set of machines, data from all Google customers (consumers, business, and even Google’s own data) is distributed amongst a shared infrastructure composed of many computers located across Google’s many data centers.
Author, researcher and Global Research associate Andrew Gavin Marshall joins us to discuss the American robber barons of the 19th century and how they used tax-free foundations as a vehicle for transforming their vast fortunes into political and social control.
Social engineering is commonly understood to mean the art of manipulating people into performing actions or divulging confidential information. While it is similar to a confidence trick or simple fraud, the term typically applies to trickery or deception for the purpose of information gathering, fraud, or computer system access; in most cases the attacker never comes face-to-face with the victims.
Thousands of businesses and consumers are putting themselves at risk each day by publicly revealing their email addresses on Twitter.
Websense monitored Twitter in January and found that users were publicly sharing email addresses connected with their inboxes, social media identities, and bank accounts – leaving them open to advanced social spear phishing attacks.
First of all I want to thank Defence iQ for organizing the Cyber Security 2011 event at Le Plaza, Brussels, Belgium and I also thank the speakers at the event and the people that were attending the event. I believe that the Cyber security 2011 event was a great networking opportunity and that it helped to create a better understanding about the Cyber Security world. I also believe that such events can build a trusted environment for the governments and that it will help to achieve transparency.