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    • #24090
      crk
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      Also, if you’re considering attending ITT Tech, make sure you ask to see a copy of your textbooks and materials as well. I looked at going there for awhile until I attended an orientation and learned that most of my textbooks were very poorly translated from Korean or something. They were written in broken English and sometimes didn’t even make sense. In my experience ITT tries to pass themselves off as totally worth your money…and the one in your area may very well be of better quality than mine…but in my honest opinion, if you can find the courses you need somewhere else, take them somewhere else.

    • #23841
      crk
      Participant

      …just wondering, how much do you think the new exam will differ from the current one?

      In other words what are some new things that wouldn’t be included in my study guides that I should learn before attempting the test?

    • #23840
      crk
      Participant

      Wow. I read the title of this and got really nervous. It would sure suck if I went through all this trouble to take the CEH exam and it just disappeared…

    • #23787
      crk
      Participant

      I read the Official Review Guide by Kimberly Graves first to get acquainted with the basic concepts and then read Exam Cram 2 to reinforce the concepts I had just studied…it kind of “filled in the cracks”, if you will.

    • #23810
      crk
      Participant

      I was in contact with Mile2 for awhile as well. They were always kind of sketchy and dodged my questions, especially when it came to price information. My advice is to be careful.

      Also, you should consider looking into CEH; in my opinion, it’s more comprehensive, more recognized, and the EC-Council is a more trustworthy organization.

    • #23806
      crk
      Participant

      My security job came from doing routine IT work for a small company. Just start at the bottom and work your way up.

    • #23791
      crk
      Participant

      Hey thanks! I’ve been needing some inspiration 😀

    • #23784
      crk
      Participant

      I know of a whole bunch, actually:

      CEH Official Review Guide-Kimberly Graves
      CEH Exam Prep-Michael Gregg
      Counter Hack Reloaded-Ed Skoudis
      Hacking Exposed, 6th Edition-Stuart McClure

      These are some of my personal favorites. Anybody else know of some that I’ve forgotten?

    • #23782
      crk
      Participant

      I think a lot of people just buy their materials through a place like Amazon. The official courseware is pretty pricey…paying $50 for some used books sure beats $690.

    • #23654
      crk
      Participant

      That was one of my favorites ;D

    • #23652
      crk
      Participant

      Hahahahaha…reading those makes my brain hurt…but they also make me happy.

      I may still be a newbie but I was never that bad ::)

    • #23697
      crk
      Participant

      Out of curiosity…what country are you from, anyway?

    • #23749
      crk
      Participant

      Make that 3…

    • #23707
      crk
      Participant

      That’s pretty sweet sounding. Any word as to whether it’ll be open source or not?

    • #23624
      crk
      Participant

      Interesting side note- There’s an article in this month’s Popular Science about our Chinese hacker problem. Everyone has been blaming the Chinese government for the attacks on the U.S., but evidently one of PopSci’s journalists has come to the conclusion that the problem isn’t the government, it’s ultra patriotic Chinese citizens and underground hacker groups.

      Pretty interesting…

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