The Social-Engineer Toolkit (SET) has become a standard when it comes to social-engineering attacks and new and innovative ways in attacking the end-user. This talk will cover SET and its capabilities as well as introduce some new features and a new release. SET combines multiple attack vectors into an easily drivable interface that allows the attacker to perform advanced social-engineering attacks and compromise the intended host. Metasploit browser exploits, Custom-built Java Applet attacks, E-Mail Spear-Phishing, and much more is all integrated into the toolkit. Don't miss this talk on how to hack the human mind and utilize one of the most powerful social-engineer tools ever made.
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