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Kali Linux Social Engineering


This eBook is a practical, hands-on guide to learning and performing SET attacks with multiple examples.Kali Linux Social Engineering is for penetration testers who want to use BackTrack in order to test for social engineering vulnerabilities or for those who wish to master the art of social engineering attacks. This eBook is introductory in nature and will definitely help those who aspire to learn about Social Engineering tactics that can be deployed using Kali Linux. It contains snapshots of such attacks in action, which will be of aid to new learners.



What This eBook Covers:

Chapter 1, Introduction to Social Engineering Attacks, introduces the concept of social engineering attacks, both manual and computerized, and the different phases involved. You will learn how to perform a credentials harvester attack and what counter measures need to be taken to make employees aware of such attacks and  not to be deceived by the social engineer.


Chapter 2, Understanding Website Attack Vectors, discusses how a social engineer can get inside a computer system or network server by attacking elements of the application layer—web browsers and e-mail—to compromise the system and how to formulate new policies to make employees secure from these types of attacks.


Chapter 3, Performing Client-side Attacks through SET, guides you to perform  client-side attacks through SET and discusses how to create listeners and payloads.  It also sheds light on the different types of payloads, on bypassing AV signatures, and on some other advanced features of the SET toolkit. You will learn how a mass mailer attack is performed and how one can send spoofed SMS.


Chapter 4, Understanding Social Engineering Attacks, guides you through the methods of performing both technical and nontechnical social engineering attacks, such as performing identity theft, elicitation, and attacking a web browser and an application on a remote machine



File Type: PDF
File Size: 3.35 MB
Total Pages: 84

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