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Hack3rcon is West Virginia’s premier information security conference, bringing together leading information security researchers and practitioners from around the country and around the world. With a focus on methodology and information sharing, Hack3rcon seeks to energize the infosec community and provide an engaging and supportive environment to hone our attendees skill while fostering a sense of community and social responsibility.
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Friday, October 19 • 10:00am - 10:50am
Next Generation Web Reconnaissance

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It's no secret, black hats have been using open sources of information to conduct precise targeting for social engineering and network attacks for years. Penetration testers, often confronted with time constraints, overlook this all important step in the attack process, and fail to show the true, complete threat that their customers face. Even when an honest attempt at reconnaissance is made, the ever-changing nature of search engines and web technologies make automating the reconnaissance process painful to accomplish and maintain. In many cases, it just isn't done right, which leads to improper reconnaissance and bad intelligence. I have been working to create several quality tools that leverage the power of search engines, social networks, and cloud CRMs to automate the reconnaissance process and increase the integrity of the intelligence gathered before the attack occurs. I'll be releasing these tools during the talk, and will begin to explore a new reconnaissance concept; conducting physical reconnaissance of a target without ever setting foot on the ground. As a part of this new discussion, I'll also be releasing an updated version of Pushpin, a social networking proximity geolocation tool.


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Tim Tomes

Managing Consultant, nVisium
Tim is a Managing Consultant at nVisium with extensive experience in Application Security, Software Development, and Vulnerability Research. Tim currently manages open source software projects such as the Recon-ng Framework, writes technical articles at nvisium.com and lanmaster53.com, and frequently instructs and presents at major Information Security conferences such as DerbyCon, ShmooCon, Black Hat and SANS.


Friday October 19, 2012 10:00am - 10:50am
Main Stage 600 Kanawha Boulevard East, Charleston, WV, United States

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