rattis

  • So I didn’t hit any of the below. I ended up starting the Grad school in Spring, and got a new job in July. The people I’m working for just paid for my GCIH exam Friday, so I’m studying for that on my own. They’re paying the test fee, not the class. They feel based on my current knowledge level and working as a CIRT analyst I should be able to…[Read more]

  • @veritas_libertas wrote:

    I completed the GCIH in the Spring and did study Python like I planned. I have to get the GPEN certification finished early next year and then I’m going to circle around to studying Python and C. Other than that, I’m planning to purchase some computer hardware and put together a pen testing lab 😉

    @rattis: Congratz on…

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  • I completed the GCIH in the Spring and did study Python like I planned. I have to get the GPEN certification finished early next year and then I’m going to circle around to studying Python and C. Other than that, I’m planning to purchase some computer hardware and put together a pen testing lab 😉

    @rattis: Congratz on finishing your degree!

  • Mr-Inaudible replied to the topic Hi, Newbie here in the forum Greetings 5 years ago

    @m0wgli wrote:

    @rattis wrote:

    Hi and welcome to the forum.

    +1

    @Mr-Inaudible wrote:

    Hi at last I’ve registered to this cool forum.

    “And then it happened… a door opened to a world… rushing through
    the phone line like heroin through an addict’s veins, an electronic pulse is
    sent out, a refuge from the day-to-day incompetencies is sought… a board…

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  • Mr-Inaudible replied to the topic Hi, Newbie here in the forum Greetings 5 years ago

    @rattis wrote:

    Hi and welcome to the forum.

    So what tools and methodology did you use on your project? how did you track the data? what was your favorite part, and what was your least favorite parts of the project?

    Thank you so much for your comment.
    Well, I use ISSAF methodology in my Penetration Testing projects (OSSTMM is newer and alot better…[Read more]

  • m0wgli replied to the topic Hi, Newbie here in the forum Greetings 5 years ago

    @rattis wrote:

    Hi and welcome to the forum.

    +1

    @Mr-Inaudible wrote:

    Hi at last I’ve registered to this cool forum.

    “And then it happened… a door opened to a world… rushing through
    the phone line like heroin through an addict’s veins, an electronic pulse is
    sent out, a refuge from the day-to-day incompetencies is sought… a board is
    found.” 😉

  • I am, @rattis. The thing is it’s my speaker’s honorarium, I get 2 free tickets for guests. So it works a little different than a regular ticket. When I check in, I vouch for my 2 guests, and they get in. Down side, I’m presenting Thursday night in Grand Rapids Mi at GrrCON, so won’t be down to Louisville until Friday Night. Which means, who ever…[Read more]

  • rattis replied to the topic Is it a mistake in the forum Career Central 7 years, 10 months ago

    @jimjohnson23 wrote:

    I’m literally considering doing this every weekend – like map out every company that would have anything that resembles an IT department, visit them, and ask them for a job or connect me with people.

    But what do you suggest me to wear??
    What do you think is a good opening line and small talk topic?
    I’m sort of socially…

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  • rattis replied to the topic World’s Greatest Hacker in the forum Other 8 years, 1 month ago

    @WCNA wrote:

    I’m more offended that he claims he can teach you “how to be a hacker in 15 minutes”.

    Nah, that’s all you need to teach someone how to do “advanced” google searches and how to run a couple of scripts.

    @WCNA wrote:

    I’ve been doing this off and on for 15 years and I still don’t know one tenth of what I think would make me a…

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