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don

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Post Sun Apr 23, 2006 5:47 pm

Try Career Academy Certification Videos for Free

In a deal worked out just recently with Career Academy, we are able to give you this limited opportunity to try their MCSE, A+ Certification, CCNA, Certified Ethical Hacker, MCSD, Office 2003 courses, study guides, lab simulators and many more! The Ethical Hacking vids are good as they are taught with both CEH and CPTS in mind.

http://www.careeracademy.com//index.asp ... tom&ID=252

Let us know what you think of these or other Career Academy products you have tried,
Don
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pcsneaker

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Post Mon Apr 24, 2006 11:50 am

Re: Try Career Academy Certification Videos for Free

Unfortunately it's free only for US, Canada and UK.  :'(
BTW, why they treat UK different then the rest of Europe ???
MCSA:Security (W2k, W2k3)
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Sniganoo

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Post Tue May 23, 2006 10:34 am

Re: Try Career Academy Certification Videos for Free

I assume they are only offering one or two of the topics for free.  I am using an older version of their videos which does not include viruses and worms, physical security and pen testing.

I like the vids but I would like more detail to be honest.  They are a bit vague and I wonder if they are really useful for the certification.  I will post again once I have got through the series.
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Kev

Post Fri Jun 23, 2006 5:00 pm

Re: Try Career Academy Certification Videos for Free

I have them and they have their good points. The wireless part is weak. I would not say they woiuld help much for the CEH examine, but I still like them and recommend them if you dont mind the price.
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LSOChris

Post Thu Oct 12, 2006 10:37 am

Re: Try Career Academy Certification Videos for Free

pcsneaker wrote:Unfortunately it's free only for US, Canada and UK.  :'(
BTW, why they treat UK different then the rest of Europe ???


probably because English is the primary language in those countries... i do realize that there are other countries that speak english as their primary language too.

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