The information security environment has changed vastly over the years. Now, in spite of having security policies, compliance, and infrastructure security elements such as firewalls, IDS/IPS, proxies, and honey pots deployed inside every organization, we hear news about how hackers compromise secured facilities of the government or of
private organizations because of the human element involved in each activity.
Typically, employees are not aware of the tricks and techniques used by social engineers in which they can be used as mediators to gain valuable information such as credit card details or corporate secrets. The security of the entire organization can be at stake if an employee visits a malicious website, answers a social engineer’s phone call, or clicks on the malicious link that he/she received in their personal or company e-mail ID.
Today we’ll show you a method through which you can easily send a fake email with one of the most popular tools called SET (Social Engineering…
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