Kali and SEToolkit also facilitate attacks where the intruder has direct physical access to systems and the network. This can be a risky attack, as the intruder may be spotted by an observant human, or caught on a surveillance device. However, the reward can be significant, because the intruder can compromise specific systems that have valuable data.
Physical access is usually a direct result of social engineering, especially when impersonation is used. Common impersonations include the following: