I talk about some old old old pentesting stories from days old!
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Comment #1 posted on 2021-08-06T20:34:38Z by norrist
Please do more
It was a lot of fun to listen to how you worked your way through the different exploits. I am looking forward to more.
Comment #2 posted on 2021-08-09T16:37:46Z by Kevin O'Brien
I loved this story
I always love hearing people's war stories from security. If you have more, please send them in.
Comment #3 posted on 2021-08-23T17:50:39Z by Beeza
Social Engineering Access
Really enjoyed this show. I was particularly interested in your references to gaining physical access to sites using social engineering. In England 40 years ago we used the term "blagging" and my late father was an expert at it. He was in the electrical engineering business and would almost routinely attend conferences and other events for which he had not paid the required fee. His secret was, as he put it, "to look like you have every right to be there", and if you can carry that off everything else drops into place.
Bear in mind that in those days tickets were paper rather than electronic, so a name "missed" from the official list could not be easily verified. Organisers would often apologise for their apparent shortcomings and make sure he got a good seat, freebies and even a free ticket for a forthcoming event.
An episode dedicated to this often overlooked and rare skill could be particularly popular - as long as listeners don't get too inspired and wind up behind bars!
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