Securitytube python scripting certification

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    • #7504
      j0rDy
      Participant

      It seems that Vivek does not sit still, he has developed another securitytube course named pything scripting.

      Here some info:
      http://www.securitytube.net/video/3786

      Now i know my programming needs some touch-up, all i can do is hope he will release the video’s like he did with the other courses!

    • #46808
      dynamik
      Participant

      Several of us have already signed up: http://www.ethicalhacker.net/component/option,com_smf/Itemid,54/topic,8695 🙂

      It looks like he’ll be releasing the videos for free at a rate of one per week for those who do not wish to enroll in the course.

    • #46809
      j0rDy
      Participant

      woops, did a search but did not find that topic, i guess this one can be closed…

    • #46810
      El33tsamurai
      Participant

      for 200 bucks on the discount right now looks like a great deal.  I might sign up for this this summer.

    • #46811
      alucian
      Participant

      I’m in !

    • #46812
      r2s
      Participant

      +1. Game on come Apr. 25th!

    • #46813
      docrice
      Participant

      This sounds pretty slick, and I could definitely use some basic Python knowledge (and preferably not from a book).  I haven’t read a lot of reviews yet on SecurityTube’s offerings, but I might have to sign up for this.  I like the model of “lifetime access” which is pretty nice.  The certification is optional for me, but I may attempt it if time allows.

      I’m not sure how ready I am for yet more training.  I’m doing vendor training this week, I have another once next months, and I’m taking two classes at Black Hat.  My brain hurts.  Why do I keep doing this to myself…

    • #46814
      dynamik
      Participant

      @docrice wrote:

      Why do I keep doing this to myself…

      I feel the same way. I keep telling myself that next year is when the money, fame, and women will kick in…

      Someone else recommended http://www.udacity.com, and I think that’s an excellent resource. I unfortunately had to go through the 101 course in a week since I joined late, but a few tips I picked up have already been beneficial in the OSCP labs. The next seven-week session starts on Monday (4/16), and I’ve signed up for four more courses. They’re all free, so there’s no reason not to (unless you value your social life).

    • #46815
      docrice
      Participant

      …What is this “social life” you speak of?

      I signed up for the Python course already.  Udacity looks interesting.  My head is going to explode.  I have a long list of projects at work.  Not … enough … time.

      There’s too much cake.

    • #46816
      T_Bone
      Participant

      @docrice wrote:

      I’m not sure how ready I am for yet more training.  I’m doing vendor training this week, I have another once next months, and I’m taking two classes at Black Hat.  My brain hurts.  Why do I keep doing this to myself…

      Its ok for some :). I will just about be able to afford the Python Course at the end of the month. It sounds like you have a very supportive company or you have a wide bank account  ;D

    • #46817
      docrice
      Participant

      Vendor training sometimes come with the corporate appliance package purchase.  My company is spotting me for Black Hat trainings this year (never done anything at Black Hat other than the Briefings).  Otherwise I generally have to fund my own continuing education, requiring heavy sacrifice in other areas of life…

      …which explains why my bank account is looking so lean these days.  It’s like walking into a dark empty closet and hearing water dripping somewhere.

      On the other hand, I work at an infosec company.  Expectations are pretty high.  If I screw up, I get awarded some walking papers.  The expensive self-investment is necessary to increase the chances of employment survival.

    • #46818
      dynamik
      Participant

      @docrice wrote:

      Vendor training sometimes come with the corporate appliance package purchase.  My company is spotting me for Black Hat trainings this year (never done anything at Black Hat other than the Briefings).  Otherwise I generally have to fund my own continuing education, requiring heavy sacrifice in other areas of life…

      …which explains why my bank account is looking so lean these days.  It’s like walking into a dark empty closet and hearing water dripping somewhere.

      On the other hand, I work at an infosec company.  Expectations are pretty high.  If I screw up, I get awarded some walking papers.  The expensive self-investment is necessary to increase the chances of employment survival.

      I’ve always respected that about you. Most people see a stack of SANS/GIAC certs and think you’re wealthy or have a company with an insane training budget. You’ve got an amazing attitude.

    • #46819
      Shock
      Participant

      @ajohnson wrote:

      I’ve always respected that about you. Most people see a stack of SANS/GIAC certs and think you’re wealthy or have a company with an insane training budget. You’ve got an amazing attitude.

      That could be a interesting avenue for social engineering…

      sorry, just a thought  😉

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