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    • #138700
      m0wgli
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      Test Reply

    • #54276
      m0wgli
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      If you are using Windows take a look at the Microsoft Family Safety/Microsoft Family features (free). It claims to block access to adult content, and you can also configure it to only allow access to specific web sites if you want.

    • #54183
      m0wgli
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      @The New LT72884 wrote:

      So why is it so vital to know that the server is running vsFTPd2.0.4 or openssh?? to me its just saying that it has ftp and ssh on it. no big deal? what is it about those versions im not aware of?

      IIRC, service version is not important (for determining possible exploits), it’s that those services are available to connect to.

    • #54180
      m0wgli
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      What is your De-Ice 1.110 Virtual machine guest operating system set to?

      If it’s not “Other Linux 2.6.x kernel” try changing it to that.

    • #54162
      m0wgli
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      I have a subscription with pentesteracademy.com, which is the same company. From looking at my e-mails it was slightly less than 24 hours from when I made the initial payment to recieving the registration details.

      SecurityTube: Contact Us

      How long have you had to wait so far?

    • #54154
      m0wgli
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    • #54093
      m0wgli
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      LOL, the Call Offensive Security video is also entertaining.

    • #54072
      m0wgli
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    • #54061
      m0wgli
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      Congrats SephStorm, well deserved!

      A great start to the new year for you.

    • #54039
      m0wgli
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    • #54002
      m0wgli
      Participant

      @KrisTeason wrote:

      For $3999 you can get access to all 9 of their courses (elite version). Insane deal!

      +1

      They are also currently offering a Christmas gift card for $150 off of new enrollments into individual courses as well, this also includes a further price reduction for adding additional course’s if purchased at the same time: https://www.elearnsecurity.com/landing/xmas.php

    • #54000
      m0wgli
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      The Demo Gods weren’t very kind to Guiseppe, but it was an interesting webinar none the less.

      The XXE (XML External Entity) attack demonstrated was something new to me. I haven’t tried this out myself yet, but the XML External Entity Training: A virtual machine image containing a sample XXE vulnerable web app looks like it could be useful for trying it out.

    • #54027
      m0wgli
      Participant

      Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

      I got to play Netwars a few years back, and it was a great experience. I’d love to have a go at CyberCity from an offensive perspective, last years SANS Holiday Challenge was based on CyberCity. If you’re interested it’s still available for download, although it’s focused on analysing the attacks rather than causing them.

      Anyhow, Good Luck with the GPEN exam when you take it!

    • #53976
      m0wgli
      Participant

      Interesting, I wasn’t aware of that.

      Looking at the Experience Waiver for the CISSP requirements, it’s actually got me considering it again.

    • #53974
      m0wgli
      Participant

      Opinions aside, both the CISSP and C|EH are both widely recognized from a HR perspective.

      Just to elaborate on the CISSP option suggested by rattis:

      The CISSP Professional Experience Requirement states that “You must have a minimum of five years of direct full-time security work experience in two or more of these 10 domains of the (ISC)² CISSP CBK®”. However, you can stil do the exam without that experience, and gain Associate status.

      @(ISC)² wrote:

      “The Associate of (ISC)² CISSP designation “is valid for a maximum of six years from the date (ISC)² notifies you that you have passed the CISSP exam, within which time, you’ll need to obtain the required experience and submit the required endorsement form for certification as a CISSP”.”

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