Posted by : Muhammad Haseeb Javed Friday, December 9, 2011





The Social-Engineering Toolkit (SET) is a python-driven suite of custom tools which solely focuses on attacking the human element of penetration testing. It's main purpose is to augment and simulate social-engineering attacks and allow the tester to effectively test how a targeted attack may succeed. Currently SET has two main methods of attack, one is utilizing Metasploit[1] payloads and Java-based attacks by setting up a malicious website that ultimately delivers your payload. The second method is through file-format bugs and e-mail phishing. The second method supports your own open-mail relay, a customized sendmail open-relay, or Gmail integration to deliver your payloads through e-mail. The goal of SET is to bring awareness to the often forgotten attack vector of social-engineering.


Official Site: http://www.social-engineer.org/



Sample Usage:
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root@netinfinity-laptop:/pentest/web_2a/web2a/social_engineering_toolkit# python set


    [---]       The Social Engineering Toolkit (SET)     [---]
    [---] Written by David Kennedy (ReL1K) @ SecureState [---]
    [---]               Version: 0.2 Alpha               [---]

Welcome to the Social Engineering Toolkit, your one-stop shop
for all of your social engineering needs. 

Select from the menu on what you would like to do:

1. Automatic E-Mail Attacks
2. Website Attacks
3. Update the Metasploit Framework
4. Update the Social-Engineering Toolkit
5. Create a Payload and Listener
6. Help
7. Exit the Toolkit

Enter your choice: 





VIDEO TUTORIALS:


1:  Phishing Attack Demo Using The Social Engineering Toolkit

2:  Java Applet Attack Using The Social Engineering Toolkit


Source: http://tools.securitytube.net/index.php?title=Social-Engineering_Toolkit_(SET)

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