Book Review: Social Engineering: The Science of Human Hacking

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     BillV 
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    In his new book, “Social Engineering: The Science of Human Hacking, 2nd Edition,” Chris Hadnagy really hits the mark by providing a great overview of
    [See the full article at: Book Review: Social Engineering: The Science of Human Hacking]

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     BillV 
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    Great book! Definitely enjoyed it. Thanks for the opportunity to write the review 🙂

  • #168929
     Don Donzal 
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    My pleasure. Thanks for being an active member!

    As for the book itself, I agree completely that there’s something in this for everyone. Learning how to interact with people comes naturally to some. But now that this is a science, it can be learned and practiced even by those who seemingly don’t have that talent. Getting better at being a “people person” has benefits far beyond a pen test.

    I’d love to hear stories from other EH-Netters of how social engineering skills helped not only in pen tests but also elsewhere.

    Don

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