THE ART OF DECEPTION


The Art of Deception  


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Is a book by Kevin Mitnick that covers the art of social engineering. Part of the book is composed of real stories, and examples of how social engineering can be combined with hacking.
All, or nearly all, of the examples are fictional, but quite plausible. They expose the ease with which a skilled social engineer can subvert many rules most people take for granted. A few examples:
  • A person gets out of a speeding ticket by fooling the police into revealing a time when the arresting officer will be out of town, and then requesting a court date coinciding with that time.
  • A person gains access to a company's internal computer system, guarded by a password that changes daily, by waiting for a snowstorm and then calling the network center posing as a snowed-in employee who wants to work from home, tricking the operator into revealing today's password and access through duplicity
  • A person gains lots of proprietary information about a start-up company by waiting until the CEO is out of town, and then showing up at the company headquarters pretending to be a close friend and business associate of the CEO.
  • A person gains access to a restricted area by approaching the door carrying a large box of books, and relying on people's propensity to hold the door open for others in that situation.
This book also, after giving an example, will tell what tricked/conned the victims of the scam, and how to prevent it in real life or business.
The book ends with Mitnick's strategy and business plans to prevent most if not all of the scams in the book.


The Art of Deception
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  • Fact is no longer a factor. As technology has developed, websites like YouTube and Vimeo make it possible for anyone to broadcast information, even if the information they express is based on lies.
  • In an academic environment, a paper must have detailed references according to a set of university standards, but in a film, anything goes.
  • The Art of Deception is an explanation of how a documentary is constructed to communicate truth, brainwash the audience and push an agenda.
  • The Art of Deception explains the way the media has become a puppet for certain people. The US government used Kony 2012, or the invisible children, as a puppet to invade Uganda after they discovered huge amounts of untapped oil. This is explained in great detail in the documentary.
The Illuminati used Zeitgeist as a puppet to destroy religion and to scare the population about their own existence. Sounds far fetched, right?
24 Mar 2013
Director: Randall Evans
Executive Producer: Nicholas Hunt 
HERE | HERE
The truth about Global Warming, Kony 2012 & Zeitgeist. 
Over the past decade, the documentary genre has become a bad joke. Fact is no longer a factor. As technology has developed, sights like youtube and vimeo make it possible for anyone to broadcast information, even if the information they express is based on lies. In an academic environment, a paper must have detailed references according to a set of university standards, but in a film, anything goes. The Art of Deception is an explanation of how a documentary is constructed to communicate truth, brainwash the audience and push an agenda.  
The Art of Deception explains the way the media has become a puppet for certain people. For example, Al gore used his documentary 'An Inconvenient Truth', as a puppet to persuade people that climate change is a real problem. The convenience of Gore's investments is where the truth really lies, and not in his movie (Which is banned in UK schools because of its blatant lies and disrespect for science).  
The US government used Kony 2012, or the invisible children, as a puppet to invade Uganda after they discovered huge amounts of untapped oil. This is explained in great detail in the documentary.  
The illuminati (and we don't mean Jay Z) used Zeitgeist as a puppet to destroy religion and to scare the population about their own existence. Sounds far fetched, right? Perhaps you'll understand when your viewing is complete.  
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About Octa Dandy Saiyar

Kelahiran Jakarta keturunan asli Bukittinggi, Sumatera Barat .
07 Oktober 1983.



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