War Story: Piggyback BBQ

Assessment Type: Red Team (Onsite)Target Type: Corporate Healthcare Institute Assessment Background With a loose-fitting patterned tie, white button-up shirt, some gray slacks, and a fake badge draped around my neck (that I had made up and printed at the hotel earlier that morning during breakfast), I was dropped off at the target facility by a fellow consultant. … More War Story: Piggyback BBQ

Layer 8 Social Engineering Conference – Podcast

Tim Roberts and I had a great discussion with Patrick from the social engineering-focused Layer 8 Conference. Not long ago, I made a post on Twitter asking which topics, tools, techniques others might like to have me write a blog post about. There were some great responses, such as “what do you do when you’re … More Layer 8 Social Engineering Conference – Podcast

10 Classic Cons

As a pentester and former street magician, I have used distraction and trickery to divert the attention of a target, mostly through social engineering. This has helped me professionally and during parties. A 2014 article written by Kacey Henley lists some of the old fashioned short and long cons (albeit names vary) that still work … More 10 Classic Cons