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How to Become an Unwitting Accomplice in a Phishing Attack - Mark Hufe @hufemj (BSides Delaware 2013) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

How to Become an Unwitting Accomplice in a Phishing Attack
Mark Hufe
@hufemj

So you have this server with nothing important on it - no intellectual property, no PCI. Maybe you get a little careless with security. What's the worst that could happen? How about a cease and desist email ordering you to stop the fraudulent phishing attack you are perpetrating on a major bank? "Worst" enough? This talk will follow a phishing attack from the click on the link through credit card theft and the successful attack that set up the phishing server. We'll also look at the cease and desist email as well as the hacker's code and commands.

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