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Physical Phishing, Way Beyond USB Drops! - Rich Rumble BSides Indy 2017 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Physical Phishing, Way Beyond USB Drops!
Rich Rumble
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BSides Indy 2017

In this presentation I will take you through effective, and some not so effective, phishing schemes we've used. USB drops in the parking lot, never worked for me. Greeting card with a Bit.ly address to type in, no problem! Over thought and far too complex items, check! It seems USB sticks are the one thing people don't plug in, it's time to educate everyone that USB cannot be trusted. VR is all the craze these day's, for under 30$ I can show you how to create an irresistible MUST-PLUG-IN device that will own everyone who comes in contact with it. In fact, they will get others to plug it in too, self-propagating USB infections!

Rich Rumble, I've been in security for 10 years, I like breaking as much as I like fixing. I'm a hands-on do-it-yourself kinda dood. I think the IoT will be or is already invading our privacy. The dual use scenarios for our data, voice, biometrics is being glossed over, to everyone's detriment. I'm also a big fan of furries.

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