azmatt

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    • #54048
      azmatt
      Participant

      I think this one was even more time consuming than last years 🙂 Was a heck of a lot of fun though.

    • #54051
      azmatt
      Participant

      Thanks for the review. I wasn’t familiar with this one but it sounds darn cool.

    • #54063
      azmatt
      Participant

      Congrats SephStorm!

    • #53957
      azmatt
      Participant

      Great writeup hayabusa, it’s going on the wish list.

    • #53914
      azmatt
      Participant

      Thanks you two.

      Seph, it’s seriously worth it. I can’t wait to see what Defcon does with the extra space next year.

      Hayabusa, congrats on the prize! I’ve learned quite a bit from your posts over the past few years so it’s well deserved.

    • #53924
      azmatt
      Participant

      Nice review man, thanks for writing this up.

    • #53896
      azmatt
      Participant

      Some great questions there. I can’t speak to a lot of them but on the tracking front I know Dradis is a popular option.

    • #53850
      azmatt
      Participant

      The alfa card’s are very well respected. Antenna wise, several of the experts at this year’s Defcon wireless village had high praise for this model http://www.simplewifi.com/mini-panel-2.4ghz-8dbi-sma-rp-indoor-directional-antenna.html

      It’s cheap, directional and low profile so it may fit the bill.

    • #53846
      azmatt
      Participant

      Sound’s like you’re in great shape. Index’s are even more important than normal on a test like the GSEC which has so much material covering so many broad topics.

      In my experience SANS tests don’t try to trip you up with trick questions and really reward preparation.

    • #53844
      azmatt
      Participant

      I’ve never taken the CASP so I can’t speak to that but I have taken the GSEC and can say that the test is very passable but I would try to compile a solid index. There is a blog post on creating a SANS index at http://digitalforensicstips.com/2012/11/sans-index-how-to-guide-with-pictures/ that a lot of people have found helpful.

      Good luck!

      Matt

    • #53839
      azmatt
      Participant

      Awesome presentation. Thank you for taking the time to record these and share them here.

    • #53838
      azmatt
      Participant

      Awesome prize Don. Thanks for doing this.

    • #53680
      azmatt
      Participant

      Awesome site. Thanks for the share.

    • #53666
      azmatt
      Participant

      Thanks a lot for writing this up Victor. I’m a long way from the 660 level let alone the 760 but reading reviews like these give me a good idea of what topics to study.

      Much appreciated.

    • #53664
      azmatt
      Participant

      You probably have already, but don’t forget to check out the SANS work study program. All of my SANS courses have been paid for out of pocket and there’s no way I could have done it without that program.

      Feel free to hit me up with any questions you have.

      Good luck,

      Matt

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