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Scamming the Scammers: Hacking scammers with pwns - Nathan Clark NolaCon 2017 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Scamming the Scammers: Hacking scammers with pwns
Nathan Clark
@logkiller

In the world of information, it's easy to see how people can get tricked and deceived. Social Engineering is spreading like wildfire on the internet and telephony, but in a very black hat way. Phone scams are becoming more of a problem, and it doesn't seem like it's stopping soon. This talk with help gain more understanding on how these scams are structured, where data is, how data is transmitted, how an call center is setup, why this happens, and insight from an actual scammer on how he was tricked. You will also gain useful knowledge on how to defeat these guys to make the internet great again!

Nathan is an physical penetration tester, IT guy, network specialist, and general hacker. Nathan has been working in the industry for 4 years and is advancing knowledge, while messing with other applications. Throughout this process, Nathan has learned skills that helps others in research and provides insight on new ways of allowing knowledge to flourish.

Recorded at NolaCon 2017

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