January 26, 2010

Yes, but will he eat a rat

Right out of the G. Gordon Liddy playbook.


capper said...

Disappointment sets in. After reading the post title, I thought you were referencing this.

Ron said...

It's too bad he not the son of a black US Congresswoman guilty of trying to suppress votes during a presidential election because he could then get off with probation.

Display Name said...

I bet a doughnut his defense will be that he was trying to test security.

Posing as a repairman is usually a good scheme for social engineering, but they blew it by actually pretending to seem excited to fix something.

They should've pretended to seem annoyed that the customer had called them to fix something. That would've been more realistic than $3 hard hats and fluorescent vests.