In Social Zombies II: Your Friends Need More Brains, Tom Eston, Kevin Johnson and Robin Wood continue the Zombie invasion from "Social Zombies: Your Friends want to eat Your Brains" presented at DEFCON 17. This presentation will further examine the risks of social networks and then present new techniques and tools that can be used to exploit these issues. This presentation begins by discussing new twists on existing privacy concerns that are caused by the trust mass that is social networks. We use this privacy confusion to exploit members and their companies during our penetration tests. The presentation then discusses social network botnets and bot programs. Both the delivery of malware through social networks and the use of these social networks as command and control channels will be examined. Tom, Kevin and Robin next explore the use of browser-based bots and their delivery through custom social network applications and show new ways social network applications can be used for malware delivery. Finally, the information available through the social network APIs is explored using third-party applications designed for penetration testing. This allows for complete coverage of the targets and their information. This was presented at Shmoocon 2010 on February 6, 2010.