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Aggressive Social Engineering

Arrow Image the long lost form of social engineering



So, you’re probably thinking ‘hmmmm…I know social engineering is, but what is aggressive social engineering?’. Well, lets say that you’re out to social engineer someone (in person), but things go horribly wrong. The person catches on to your little scheme and decides to use you as a punching bag. Well this article will ensure that you don’t end up brown bread. It can be also used as an alternative if all other forms of social engineering fail.

Here is a list of some vital targets and weak spots of the human body.

[top of the head]
The skull is weak where the frontal cranial bones join. A forceful strike causes trauma to the cranial cavity, resulting in unconsciousness and hemorrhage. A severe strike can result in death.

[forehead]
A forceful blow can cause whiplash; a severe blow can cause cerebral hemorrhage and death.

[temple]
The bones of the skull are weak at the temple, and an artery and large nerve lie close to the skin. A powerful strike can cause unconsciousness and brain concussion. If the artery is severed, the resulting massive hemorrhage compresses the brain, causing coma or death.

[eyes]
A slight jab in the eyes causes uncontrollable watering and blurred vision. A forceful jab or poke can cause temporary blindness, or the eyes can be gouged out. Death can result if the fingers penetrate through the thin bone behind the eyes and into the brain.

[ears]
A strike to the ear with cupped hands can rupture the eardrum and may cause a brain concussion.

[nose]
Any blow can easily break the thin bones of the nose, causing extreme pain and eye watering.

[under the nose]
A blow to the nerve center, which is close to the surface under the nose, can cause great pain and watery eyes.

[jaw]
A blow to the jaw can break or dislocate it. If the facial nerve is pinched against the lower jaw, one side of the face will be paralysed.

[chin]
A blow to the chin can cause paralysis, mild concussion, and unconsciousness. The jawbone acts as a lever that can transmit the force of a blow to the back of the brain where the cardiac and respiratory mechanisms are controlled.

[back of ears and base of skull]
A moderate blow to the back of the ears or the base of the skull can cause unconsciousness by the jarring effect on the back of the brain. However, a powerful blow can cause a concussion or brain hemorrhage and death.

[throat]
A powerful blow to the front of the throat can cause death by crushing the windpipe. A forceful blow causes extreme pain and gagging or vomiting.

[side of neck]
A sharp blow to the side of the neck causes unconsciousness by shock to the carotid artery, jugular vein, and vagus nerve. For maximum effect, the blow should be focused below and slightly in front of the ear. A less powerful blow causes involuntary muscle spasms and intense pain. The side of the neck is one of the best targets to use to drop an opponent immediately or to disable him temporarily to finish him later.

[back of neck]
A powerful blow to the back of one’s neck can cause whiplash, concussion, or even a broken neck and death.

[front of shoulder muscle]
A large bundle of nerves passes in front of the shoulder joint. A forceful blow causes extreme pain and can make the whole arm ineffective if the nerves are struck just right.

[collarbone]
A blow to the collarbone can fracture it, causing intense pain and rendering the arm on the side of the fracture ineffective. The fracture can also sever the brachial nerve or subclavian artery.

[armpit]
A large nerve lies close to the skin in each armpit. A blow to this nerve causes severe pain and partial paralysis. A knife inserted into the armpit is fatal as it severs a major artery leading from the heart.

[spine]
A blow to the spinal column can sever the spinal cord, resulting in paralysis or death.

[nipples]
A large network of nerves passes near the skin at the nipples. A blow here can cause extreme pain and hemorrhage to the many blood vessels beneath.

[heart]
A jolting blow to the heart can stun the opponent and allow time for follow-up or finishing techniques.

[solar plexus]
The solar plexus is a center for nerves that control the cardiorespiratory system. A blow to this location is painful and can take the breath from the opponent. A powerful blow causes unconsciousness by shock to the nerve center. A penetrating blow can also damage internal organs.

[diaphragm]
A blow to the lower front of the ribs can cause the diaphragm and the other muscles that control breathing to relax. This causes loss of breath and can result in unconsciousness due to respiratory failure.

[floating ribs]
A blow to the floating ribs can easily fracture them because they are not attached to the rib cage. Fractured ribs on the right side can cause internal injury; fractured ribs on either side can possibly puncture or collapse a lung.

[kidneys]
A powerful blow to the kidneys can induce shock and can possibly cause internal injury to these organs. A stab to the kidneys induces instant shock and can cause death from severe internal bleeding.

[abdomen below navel]
A powerful blow to the area below the navel and above the groin can cause shock, unconsciousness, and internal bleeding.

[biceps]
A strike to the biceps is most painful and renders the arm ineffective. The biceps are an especially good target when an opponent holds a weapon.

[forearm muscle]
The radial nerve, which controls much of the movement in the hand, passes over the forearm bone just below the elbow. A strike to the radial nerve renders the hand and arm ineffective. An opponent can be disarmed by a strike to the forearm; if the strike is powerful enough, he can be knocked unconscious.

[back of hand]
The backs of the hands are sensitive. Since the nerves pass over the bones in the hand, a strike to this area is intensely painful. The small bones on the back of the hand are easily broken and such a strike can also render the hand ineffective.

[groin]
A moderate blow to the groin can incapacitate an opponent and cause intense pain. A powerful blow could result in unconsciousness and shock.

[outside of thigh]
A large nerve passes near the surface on the outside of the thigh about four finger-widths above the knee. A powerful strike to this region can render the entire leg ineffective, causing an opponent to drop. This target is especially suitable for knee strikes and shin kicks.

[inside of thigh]
A large nerve passes over the bone about in the middle of the inner thigh. A blow to this area incapacitates the leg and can cause the opponent to drop. Knee strikes and heel kicks are the weapons of choice for this target.

[hamstring]
A severe strike to the hamstring can cause muscle spasms and inhibit mobility. If the hamstring is cut, the leg is useless.

[knee]
Because the knee is a major supporting structure of the body, damage to this joint is especially detrimental to an opponent. The knee is easily dislocated when struck at an opposing angle to the joint’s normal range of motion, especially when it is bearing the opponent’s weight. The knee can be dislocated or hyperextended by kicks and strikes with the entire body.

[calf]
A powerful blow to the top of the calf causes painful muscle spasms and also inhibits mobility.

[shin]
A moderate blow to the shin produces great pain, especially a blow with a hard object. A powerful blow can possibly fracture the bone that supports most of the body weight.

[achilles tendon]
A powerful strike to the Achilles tendon on the back of the heel can cause ankle sprain and dislocation of the foot. If the tendon is torn, the opponent is incapacitated. The Achilles tendon is a good target to cut with a knife.

[ankle]
A blow to the ankle causes pain; if a forceful blow is delivered, the ankle can be sprained or broken.

[instep]
The small bones on the top of the foot are easily broken. A strike here will hinder the opponent’s mobility.

***NOTE: the techniques listed above can only be used in person. Unfortunately there is no such thing as a cyber kidney punch (…or at least not to my knowledge).

credit: most of the info here has been used from a pdf file called ‘Military Hand to Hand Combat Guide’.

have fun with this one ;) ,
sky

Comments

Mr_Cheeseon April 07 2005 - 14:52:53
dont know why its "social engerneering" shoud just be called "how to kick the #@"£ out of people"
skyon April 07 2005 - 20:04:11
lol, yeah but at least this way it relates to some kind of form of hacking Wink
wolfmankurdon May 31 2005 - 12:46:17
best place, short sharpe hit to the base of the spine, the mass of nerves there are sensitive to spinal shock, so they will think they are paralized, dont get how it works but can keep a person down for ages...
Pandaon November 25 2005 - 19:28:38
Hahaha busted! I saw these descriptions word for word when errrr a freind of mine managed to get hold of the U.S. Military Hand To Hand Combat Guide Via Ebooks, but anyway good article.
Aciid_nuk3ron June 25 2006 - 04:20:05
Hehe nice article lol
Flaming_figureson September 13 2006 - 00:35:21
Nice. I know how it's S.E. In two ways. One- S.E. gone bad. 2. You WILL get the info you want when a broken spine is involved :happy:
Msixtyon July 16 2008 - 06:28:28
Wow, a form of hacking i excel in Smile finally! and you gotta be careful about shots to the throat, you can kill a man with less force than it takes to crush a beer can, and dead men tell no passwords.
jelmeron November 28 2008 - 12:52:44
Be carefull with mentioning what pdf's you used, some of em can actually bring u in trouble by even having em on ur computer! I heard that a pdf called the anarchist cookbook can give u 4 years O_o
Mtutnidon October 17 2010 - 20:38:20
You did not implement EXTREME methods like torture.
zombieslothon January 02 2011 - 12:54:33
Isn't the anarchist's handbook a guide for terrorists ... wow I wouldn't day say it to a person let alone have it.
christian879on February 24 2011 - 19:00:12
So your ok with hacking and beating the living shit outta people, but you wouldn't dare own the anarchists cookbook? rediculus lol. And calling it a guide for terrorists is stupid. It isnt a guide at all. It just has information on things that you are not supposed to know. Why would hackers want to know things they aren't supposed to know?
ellipsison November 23 2011 - 23:22:55
I punched my friend in a chest boxing match in his solar plexus and knocked him out. I swear to the god I don't believe in that he was faking it. This article explains a lot. However, you should have integrated striking techniques like elbows, knees, headbutts, pushkicks, shin kicks, et cetera. Should have mentioned muay thai in general. Should have mentioned kali for knife attacks. This article was good nonetheless. Even if it was copypasta.
ellipsison November 23 2011 - 23:29:55
Another thing I noticed is you didn't include the liver. You didn't mention breaking the fingers (I realize it isn't considered a strike). You can control someone with little effort via hyper-extending the fingers. It causes excruciating pain and it's enough to get a person down without much effort. You can also lift a persons head up by pushing the forehead back while in clinch, then throw a horizontal elbow into the neck which will kill your enemy.
ellipsison November 23 2011 - 23:36:27
You also didn't mention the rear naked choke. If you lift them mid-choke, there is little they can do in five seconds to save themselves. Once they're out you can maintain the choke and kill them. Should have integrated maiming techniques in detail.
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