I don't know why people even bother with that garbage; these exams really aren't that difficult. If you hate studying and/or have problems with learning new things, you're in the wrong field.
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In the end of the day someone whom wants to cheat will always find a way to cheat, just like a hacker whom has decided to target your organisation for your assets they will always find a way and the best you can do is deter them and make it as difficult as possible. The same principle applies here and ISC2 can only but do their best.
Afterall ISC2 are a business and as far as I am aware they are not a non profit organisation so therefore they are going to start using more easier methods to create business and profitability.
So if you don't want to legitimate gain the knowledge to pass the exam then why bother? I understand there are situations where your company may want you to become qualified and you feel that you have more knowledge through experience etc than the exam will bring that is understandable (and is the case for a HUGE percentage of security folk
). However, if you do have the knowledge then the exam should be easy for you