Easiest way into a company

Thursday, 22 May 2008, 8:08 PM EST

One web page and one email is all you need to gain access to a major corporationís internal network. Catchy I know, but this is not an exaggeration of what an attacker can do to gain access on their internal network. In culmination with exploiting a few systems on the internal network, they can have free reign. Securing your network infrastructure begins with your employees. I donít think you will be able to extract any new techniques or any new concepts from this post; however, this should shed some light and acknowledge the importance of safe end user practices as well as securing internal networks and resources.

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