Looks like security Guru David Kennedy and his team have done it again. A new bigger, badder, better version of the Social Engineering Toolkit (SET) is set to be released at the security conference DerbyCon in Louisville, Kentucky at the end of the month.
Don’t be fooled by the 2.1 designation, there looks to be some MAJOR changes here.
One being the ability for the payload to be read and executed straight from memory instead of being written to disk. This should make a huge difference in the payload bypassing Anti-Virus detection.
Another big feature is the addition of Fast Track automation to the Social Engineering Toolkit.
Check out the teaser video:
For more information, and a look at the long list of changes and updates, check out the SecManiac website!