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Social Engineering hardware project

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TheParanoidDroid

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Post Tue Oct 12, 2010 1:23 pm

Social Engineering hardware project

The social-engineer.org web site has a hardware building project here:

http://www.social-engineer.org/how-tos/ ... ring-tool/
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Post Tue Oct 12, 2010 1:27 pm

Re: Social Engineering hardware project

I saw that in my RSS feed yesterday. I think it's a really interesting idea. Just goes to show: If you didn't bring it, don't trust it.
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Re: Social Engineering hardware project

Eavesdropping is a misdemeanor or felony + fines in most US jurisdictions.

Remember the name of the site you post this on.
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Post Fri Oct 15, 2010 10:52 am

Re: Social Engineering hardware project

ElCapitan wrote:Eavesdropping is a misdemeanor or felony + fines in most US jurisdictions.

Remember the name of the site you post this on.


Social-Engineer.org is ran by some of the Offensive Security / Backtrack team.

The article with the device dealt with a Red Team vs Blue Team challenge. The person who built and deployed the device in the blue team area, was a on the red team. There was nothing in the contest rules to say it couldn't be done.

It really showed what you can do with off the shelf materials and some solder. Gives an idea for things to look for on Physical security assessments too.
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