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Bottom line, in my opinion, you should learn from pleasure and if this learning activity can gets you some paper too then why not?
H1t M0nk3y wrote:Bottom line, in my opinion, you should learn from pleasure and if this learning activity can gets you some paper too then why not?
And for many of us, "pleasure" turned to "pain" before going back to "pleasure" again...
All jokes aside, Amidamaru is right: if you don't love it, you can't spend the required effort into it. You just need to go one bite at a time. You're interested in wifi? Have fun for a few weeks exploring that. Then switch your interest on whatever interests you at that time. I think it's a nice way of not getting overwelm by all the materials that needs to be learn...
TAnarchy wrote:Hello, hopefully this is the right part of the forum to post this. I am trying to learn more about a career in penetration testing. I was wondering, do testers tend to specialize in either Network penetration testing or Application penetration testing, or do they tend to do both?
amolarakh wrote:According to me
Pentester is Professional Entity which knows everything about Network/Infrastructure/Application/Physical Security for a client. And knows nothing about that client for outsider.
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