aNewHobby4me wrote:godofcereal wrote:Have you ever had your acount stolen just after talking to someone on that site? Well if you have then you may want to ask why? More than likly you are too open for attacks. It could be that my sense of security is too high to trust anyone/most people, with any personal info or information that may give away my password.
Nice rant...but it didn't answer the question. What is *your* definition of "social engineering"?
zenithSmil3 wrote:He doesn't like it. End of story... (sorry if that sounded a bit too abrupt ^^)
What's advertising but a legalized con game? And what the hell's marriage? Extortion, prostitution, soliciting with a government stamp on it. And what the hell's your stock market? A fixed horse race. Some business guy steals a bank, he's a big success story. Face in all the magazines. Some other guy steals the magazine and he's busted.
Cyber_Specter wrote:Social engineering is a useful tool today (see my post in comments and suggestions) and is almost as hard to understand as many of the programming languages we teach here. It is a hard read.
But once again it is useful so I would like someone to post some places to find books on the subjects of the title of this post.
I have searched but not deeply and the only one i can recommend as a really good read is Mind control: The Ancient art of Psychological Warfare.
http://www.amazon.com/Mind-Control-Anci ... 973&sr=8-1
Lets learn something new.
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