Pretexting is one of the key components of social engineering. When we decided to search out a professional radio host we never thought we would meet one as dynamic and intriguing as Tom Mischke. Join us as Tom helps us to analyze a side of pretexting we rarely consider.
We discuss the aspect of framing from a very unique perspective. Join us as we delve into the depths of framing and see how we use it in our daily lives and what we can learn from a Harvard Math Genius.
Join us as we reveal some of the secrets that are widely used in marketing. From social engineering tactics, NLP secrets and manipulation strategies are now unmasked. We join forces with NLP and SE Expert Brad Smith to discuss these hot topics.
Have you ever wondered where BackTrack came from? Want to know how new editions of our favorite pentesting tool come about? Join us as we talk with muts, balding_parrot, pure_hate as well our panel and special guest and web developer DigiP.
This exclusive will be one to remember.
A live edition of the podcast done at Shmoo Con. We had a very lively topic on how we use the information that is gathered on our social engineering audits. We invited TWO special guests, Tom Eston from Security Justice as well as Shawn Moyer. Both are experienced and seasoned pentesters and social engineers. We rip apart the information security field as well as policies, education and user relation in this podcast.
The information contained in this podcast is some of the most mind blowing we have ever released. An intimate talk with someone who has detailed knowledge of how to perform identity theft. He outlines, details and shows how these attacks are performed then talks with us how we can mitigate these attacks. You will not want to miss this one.
Join us as we interview one of the world's leading experts in unconscious persuasion. Kevin helps us to analyze the methods that people are manipulated while on auto pilot. We dig deep and learn some of most amazing tips on persuasion you will ever hear.
What happens when the results of not being successful can cause jail time? Is there a way to use SE skills to keep you from the slammer? We talk to Dale Carson's author of "Arrest Proof Yourself" about this very topic
WOW. Our first year is just about over and here is our 1st year anniversary episode.We hope you enjoy the social-engineer crew live at Defcon with a room of about 100 people asking questions and getting involved in the fun. Thank you for the great year and we look forward to whats in store.
Looking for social engineering skills in interesting jobs has always been a theme of our podcast since the beginning. Our guest this month made a career out of scamming people on camera, but with no malicious intent. Paul Wilson is a magician, consultant to some of the biggest stars in the world as well as professional con artist. Join us as we discuss his experiences and what he has learned. Release Date 13 September 2010
Non-Verbal Communication is the way our bodys, faces, hands and feet tell the story about what our true thoughts are. Join us this month as we talk with one of the world's leading experts in non-verbal communications, Joe Navarro. A 25 year veteran of the FBI and leading researcher into Body Language and Non-Verbal Communications, Joe helps us to see how these are used to both deceive and detect deception.
Deception is very hard to understand. What if we could write an algorithm that would dissect deception allow us to delve in at a molecular level? This month's podcast does that. We talk with a psychologist and research that has dedicated his life to defining and understanding deception. Release Date Nov 8 2010
In the movies a Jedi hand wave can force a target to think or act the way they want, but in real life what is needed to "influence" targets to think and act the way you want? Anchoring and Elicitation are two powerful tools of the social engineer. Join us as professional social engineer and FBI agent Robin Dreeke helps us to analyze these two powerful aspects of social engineering. Release Date Dec 12 2010
There has been a lot of buzz about the new book, Social Engineering: The Art of Human Hacking. Along with the "buzz" is some very positive reviews and feedback. The team at Social-Engineer.Org decided to gather a selection from the community as well as the SEORG team and interview the author, their very own Chris Hadnagy. Release Date Jan 10 2011
Getting people to put their heart into their work can be achieved through many motivations. If you have a job your employer does this through fair compensation and benefits. But how does one motivate volunteers when there is no money involved? Not only that but keep them motivated day after day and year after year? Join us as we discuss this topic and a very special announcement with Johny Long, DualCore and the crew live at Shmoo 2011.
Reporters have an amazing knack of getting information from people. That alone interests us, but then you mix in their ability to take that info and make it interesting, make it captivating and make it real - that is an art. We talk to a, in our opinion, superb reporter that works with CNET news as well as CBS Interactive, Elinor Mills. She helps us to uncover the secrets to this art and see what we can learn. Release Date March 07 2011
There are a lot of skills that a social engineer needs to be successful. With all the important skills out there, one of the most is building rapport. We invited back one of our favorite guests, Robin Dreeke, to talk about how he builds rapport in 5 minutes or less. Release Date April 11 2011
Our favorite linux distribution is about to release its new version - BackTrack5. How better to announce the release than by a big ol' podcast complete with Infected Mushroom and almost the whole dev crew - Release Date May 05 2011
Our guests this month are people you all know and love... but this time we talk to Muts, Jim, Dookie... oh and Dave (and a special GUEST) about the release of their book, Metasploit: A Penetration Testers Guide in this first interview with the crew about their book. Release Date July 11 2011