|Was wondering if anybody had any specific tips involving getting onto rooftops of skyscrapers, Ive only had success once and it was not that tall of a building (9-10) stories, and every other time ive tried, ive gotten stopped by security. If anyone is down to help me out and give some advice that would be greatly appreciated! |
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|You might be able to dress like an office worker and follow someone inside if you're old enough to look the part. This, of course, depends on whether or not they have a badge scanner at the door or whether they require all employees to check in with the secretary. |
Alternatively, nobody pays attention to janitors and maintenance workers. You could dress like one and tailgate someone inside, or just claim that you were a new worker and your paperwork hasn't gone through yet.
Basically, brush up on your social engineering skills, because you're probably gonna need them.
At the end of the day, we're all just archaeologists who jumped the gun.
|Case by case, each is different.|
Look for alternative paths to the roof on the roof and from the outside of building from a lower level.
People make mistakes; what wasn't accessible today maybe doable tomorrow.
Construction and remodeling may open that locked door(s) for you as well.
Nothing takes the place of persistent.
Just when I thought I was out... they pulled me back in.
|There was a large vacant skyscraper in downtown Dallas.|
No way to bluff your way in past the front desk guard.
However, the underground parking garage used the same elevator system as the main building. And it was not guarded. oilla. A major security defect waiting to be exploited.
The elevators doors were around a corner from the front desk and the guard could not see the lights going up (or down).
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Geez, sue me. Just asking for recommendations. And I never claimed myself to be a explorer, frankly, the title doesn't mean squat to me. [/quote]
|If it is an office building, visit at lunch on a work day. Walk closely behind other people coming in. |
There is also going to be less security attention on a moving day when any company is moving in or out.
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