AntiSocial Blog

[an-tee-so-shall blog]
/antɪˈsəʊʃ(ə)l/blog/

noun
a somewhat regularly updated website or web page, typically one run by a passive-aggressive social engineer or small group of introverts, that is composed in an informal and subjectively humorous conversational style.

verb
add new material to or regularly update a blog.
"It's about a week since I last blogged and had a moan on Twitter."
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WhatsUpp With Scams

In some countries, being a scammer is as legitimate a profession as being a nurse or a teacher. When jobs are sparse and education is out of reach of many, often people are forced to put morals aside in order…

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The UKCSC

When tasked with naming the UK Cyber Security Council – the newly minted crack cyber council from the government. It seems some blindingly obvious errors were overlooked by the committee. The first, which is simply inexcusable after the lengthy planning…

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A Month Of Cyber Security Lessons

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From Web Developer to Professional Scammer

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Is Your Receptionist on Tinder?

Most of our social engineering jobs begin the same way – researching our “victims”. Whether it’s the accounts manager that we want to coax into paying a fake invoice, or the security guard who we need to convince to let…

Kirstan Norman

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Three People You Need To Watch Out For

When we carry out penetration tests on businesses, possibly the most crucial part is choosing the disguise and persona. There’s a lot more to it than sticking on a hat and glasses and remembering a script. After all, a lift…

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WhatsUpp With Scams

In some countries, being a scammer is as legitimate a profession as being a nurse or a teacher. When jobs are sparse and education is out of reach of many, often people are forced to put morals aside in order…

@rfdevere

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The UKCSC

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@rfdevere

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A Month Of Cyber Security Lessons

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Kirstan Norman

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From Web Developer to Professional Scammer

When considering a career change, it’s always good to stick to an element of what you know and ensure that some of your skills are transferable. When ex-web developer, Chris, made the decision to leave the industry, he never thought…

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Is Your Receptionist on Tinder?

Most of our social engineering jobs begin the same way – researching our “victims”. Whether it’s the accounts manager that we want to coax into paying a fake invoice, or the security guard who we need to convince to let…

Kirstan Norman

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Three People You Need To Watch Out For

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Featured image for “WhatsUpp With Scams”

WhatsUpp With Scams

In some countries, being a scammer is as legitimate a profession as being a nurse or a teacher. When jobs are sparse and education is out of reach of many, often people are forced to put morals aside in order…

@rfdevere

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The UKCSC

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@rfdevere

Featured image for “A Month Of Cyber Security Lessons”

A Month Of Cyber Security Lessons

Back in February, I took on a short contract with The AntiSocial Engineer Limited. I’m a writer and marketer and the plan was to help this awesome small business get a lot of the ideas they had for blogs down…

Kirstan Norman

Featured image for “From Web Developer to Professional Scammer”

From Web Developer to Professional Scammer

When considering a career change, it’s always good to stick to an element of what you know and ensure that some of your skills are transferable. When ex-web developer, Chris, made the decision to leave the industry, he never thought…

Kirstan Norman

Featured image for “Is Your Receptionist on Tinder?”

Is Your Receptionist on Tinder?

Most of our social engineering jobs begin the same way – researching our “victims”. Whether it’s the accounts manager that we want to coax into paying a fake invoice, or the security guard who we need to convince to let…

Kirstan Norman

Featured image for “Three People You Need To Watch Out For”

Three People You Need To Watch Out For

When we carry out penetration tests on businesses, possibly the most crucial part is choosing the disguise and persona. There’s a lot more to it than sticking on a hat and glasses and remembering a script. After all, a lift…

Kirstan Norman

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