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A user is a physical person who runs software on a computer system, usually vulnerable to social engineering.

Attack surface

  • The mind
  • The body
  • Feelings and sentiments

Patching a user

To resist to social engineering, penetration tests can diagnose and identify weak links, so that their hierarchy may educate them on resisting to social engineering. As for kidnapping and interrogation, the best solution for the organization is to fragment knowledge, so that no single individual may compromise the whole system.