Understanding Social Engineering IV

Donald Trump (Part 2)

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○ ○ ○Patiently work your way to the bottom of this blog. And you'll see one of Maya Angelou's

greatest axioms in action,  after clicking on the picture quote. Donald Trump, for decades

now, has ran a con game best understood via my MicroBlog. His fans including victims,

like this Social Engineering series, worth studying. If you don't want to be duped online

or offline. 'Can't guarantee The Imposters' availability, so watch it free above while it's

there. Additionally,  I recommend CNBC's American Greed, featured in this Security

blog a while back. Years ago, I came across a blog post that read, and I paraphrase:

Fake people everywhere. I thought that was quite interesting. Because although

I was too busy to stop and try to understand the context, highly observant folks

tend to readily concede the truth of that statement. A poseur is “a person who

habitually pretends to be something he is not.” And so is an imposter. Both,

are in the business of deceiving unsuspecting individuals. Whether they're

sociopathic trolls emboldened by a recent successful exploit, seasoned

criminals socially engineering their way to the top on others' account,

convincing unsuspecting/less intelligent victims to live in their funnel

and thus, easily tricked. Social Engineers indeed are everywhere

you want to be. Because I study scammers and cybercriminals

as well as counsel people too naïve and inattentive to notice

jugular clues about pending danger, I chose Bart Layton's

documentary-thriller, regarding French sociopathic con

man Frédéric Bourdin—to explain the psychological

trickery Security pros call Social Engineering. But

as seen in his infamously misogynist tape below

or Tax Dodging, con artists including the fake

so-called evangelicals backing them depend

on the naïveté of leaders, guardians, even

InfoSec pros & sadly in America's case

voters. They obtain their coveted gems

without breaking/hacking a single PC

or system. Unethically exploiting &

leveraging human, legal & system

loopholes every turn. To spot a


+ healthy paranoia, as well

advanced critical thinking

skills and associative &

observational  skills +

Preparedness, as a

habit matter. Same

vigilance used to

freeze Business

Email Compr-

omise (BEC)

scam, fraud

and other


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How to Spot Liars & Bullshit Artists(Follow the Dove)


○ ○ ○Understanding Social Engineering III: How Con Artists Operate

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