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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Share your thoughts with other customers. The author does not go into details of mitnico a particular flaw was exploited or how he gains access, but talks about how to secure the equipment physically – If you know who Kevin Mitnick is, and what he’s accomplished, this book is a must. Rekton rated it it was amazing Nov 22, Shivani rated it really liked it Oct 06, In each scenario, we see how, with a couple of phone calls and a few simple questions, the attac Kevin Mitnick whose teenage exploits were superchetie at in the film War Games describes himself not as a hacker, but a social engineer- one who is able to manipulate people and events through his knowledge of the inner workings of society.
Je ne le recommande pas a tout le monde mais pour ceux qui sont mordu de l’informatique et du savoir ,vous apprendrez ce qu’est le social engineering et comment se rendre contre quand on est victime d’un social engineeret comment se defendre. With the help of many fascinating true stories of successful attacks on business and government, he illustrates just how susceptible even the most locked-down information systems are to a slick con artist impersonating an IRS agent.
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A security book that concentrates on the weakest link in the chain; the human. I work in InfoSec, and found this to be an excellent history lesson, with a few instances and situations where the human element of security threats still exist, such as the types of scams run to gain physical access.
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That’s not to say social engineers have given up and hung up their hats, it’s likely more prevalent than ever, but this is the Social Engineering book for people taking the on-ramp to the Information Superhighway for the very first time in the early s. Good book, I was about done with it half way through though. The way I look at this book is as an indispensible guide to the soft human bits of the systems that run our world – how superccherie are vulnerable to them, and how they are vulnerable to us.
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Overall, if your completely new to the idea of social engineering or computer security, you might find this book of interest as a basic primer on the subject but for the vast majority of readers, this book can be skimmed or skipped without any worry of missing anything important.
Level out at 3 stars. And, perhaps most importantly, Mitnick offers advice for preventing these types of social engineering hacks through security protocols, training programs, and manuals that address the human element of security.
Mitnick refers to this as social engineering, and it’s obvious from his collection that a high degree of charisma is required to gain the trust or goodwill of subjects; Mitnick also points out how the actors manipulate the people they’re interacting with, pushing buttons ,itnick sympathy and fear. Discover Prime Book Box superxherie Kids.
Overall atr is good, gets the point across, but the age of the stories takes away from the overall value. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
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Mitnick uses real-world examples of Social Engineers at work and shows you time and time again how to defend yourself against social engineering attacks by showing you exactly how these attacks occur and how to better secure not just sensitive data such as bank account information, but ALL your data. Not through hacking so much as waiting for the employees to all leave the system un-attended during lunch, sweet-talking a promoter, using slight of hand and lock-picking a cabinet, and switching around some network cables.
The ideas represented in this book are applicable to more than just computer-related systems Hey, you don’t have to use them to steal money, but they’re good to know anyway! Pearson education France first published January 1st The social engineering tactics are taught through stories of capers, told both from the position of the con artist and the conned, with an analysis after each. Tanja marked it as to-read May 10, Ghost in the Wires: View all 3 comments. The guide, like all such specifications, is deadly dry and would require several readings and much thought to fully internalize.
The book isn’t about Mitnick, though; it’s about social engineering.
Geeta marked it as to-read May 09, Now a security consultant, he has spoken to audiences at conventions around the world, been on dozens of superchedie national TV and radio shows, and even testified in front of Congress. I probably will give it mitbick try sometime. Probably the best book I’ve ever read on Social Engineering – in the current world, some of the exploits that the author describes kevinn feel fairly outdated and basic – things such as tailgating, or even dumpster diving – but security starts at the very roots.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Is there anything you would change about this book? Nobody is perfect, no security flawless and y To any who work at any business, to any who have an dee in computers, to any who enjoy a good crime, ls is the book for you.
You can read the entire book here: Amanone added it Oct 07, When I recently had to take an online training class at work about social engineers trying to trick you into giving up valuable proprietary information, there were cute little video segments featuring my old friend Kevin.
It serves half as how-to manual for social engineering hopefuls, and half as an introduction to security practices to protect you against the same. Want to Read saving…. Cecilia Dunbar Hernandez rated it it was amazing Oct 09, Finished this awhile ago, but everyone should read this, even if they aren’t interested in computer security.
Andrius marked it as to-read Sep 25, It really opened my eyes to the power of social engineering and made me see that I was not only prone to being a victim, but a perpertrator of such activity. The first call could be person pretending to be a customer needing some advice.