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Hook, Line and Syncer: Outerz0ne Remix Chris Silvers Outerz0ne 8 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Hook, Line and Syncer: Outerz0ne Remix Chris Silvers
Outerz0ne 8

This presentation is an exploration of the latest tools used in the art of social engineering. From information gathering to post exploitation, participants will get to experience “the thrill of the con” from a presenter who lives it each day. The presentation also seeks to prove that you don’t have to be a sleazy ‘salesman’ type personality to be successful at social engineering. With the right tools and techniques, just about anyone can pull off creative exploits. While an overview of many popular tools will be given, a deep-dive will be taken into a few of the coolest and latest tools, including some in various stages of development.

Chris is responsible for leading or conducting social engineering, internal and external penetration testing; Windows host, network architecture, firewall and router/switch reviews as well as enterprise security architecture and design projects. He serves as the service line lead for the social engineering practice, maintaining and developing the methodology as well as continuously enhancing techniques to reflect the threat environment. Chris has over thirteen years of information security and risk management experience.. Most recently, Chris taught the Ultimate Hacking Foundstone course at the 2008 and 2011 Blackhat security conferences. He was also awarded second place in the Defcon 19 Social Engineering Capture The Flag (CTF) competition.

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