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    • #51310
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      Hey! I am from Brisbane Australia…

    • #51272
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      It looks interesting but I question the value in the real world….

    • #46608
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      It’s up… $2.99 us….

    • #46607
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      Count down on the Downloads page….

      http://www.rebootfilm.com/downloads

    • #50999
      S3curityM0nkey
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      It’s not just Hakin9 that has an issue with other peoples work….

      The Hacker News does the same thing. They seem to publish articles that have been just copied from other sites…

      This story about a new Linux Rootkit (http://thehackernews.com/search/label/Rootkit.Linux.Snakso.a) seems to be a LOT like this story (http://www.tomshardware.com/news/rootkit-malware-security-software,19271.html).

      This story about Shylock malware (http://thehackernews.com/2012/12/shylock-malware-undetectable-virus.html) looks just like this one on Trusteer.com (http://www.trusteer.com/blog/evading-malware-researchers-shylock%E2%80%99s-new-trick)

      It’s fine to use other peoples work but if you do make sure you give them credit! And if you are going to ask others to write content for you read it BEFORE you publish!

    • #50997
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      I agree with Esojzuir, it was such a great mag when it was on paper but it’s just rubbish now! From what I have found from reading the free articles they publish most of the info can be found on the web for free…

      Save your money, get a book, do a course…

    • #50826
      S3curityM0nkey
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      Don’t forget Dropbears! Those guys are all over the place!

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drop_bear

    • #50822
      S3curityM0nkey
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      This is the first Australian “looking to hire” I think I have ever seen. Nice one  🙂

    • #50815
      S3curityM0nkey
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      Sounds like someone is trying to get his homework done by others… lol

    • #50774
      S3curityM0nkey
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      Wish we had one of these in Australia  :-[

    • #50579
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      This reads a little like an article from Hakin9  😀

    • #50586
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      Welcome… I was much the same, sat in the back of the room not speaking…

      Enjoy the forum.

      A

    • #50514
      S3curityM0nkey
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      @Grendel wrote:

      I’m currently in the hospital (perforated lower intestine), so cannot respond at this moment. Once released I will respond. Thanks for everyone’s patience.

      I think before anyone has anything else to say we need to let Thomas get back on his feet.

    • #50512
      S3curityM0nkey
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      Oh dear… I had a problem with the communitcation between student and teacher when it was herot…

      Will be interesting to see if Thomas replies to this thread, he is on the forum.

    • #50447
      S3curityM0nkey
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      @prats84 wrote:

      @ajohnson wrote:

      Actually, one of the most significant problems is the amount of unskilled people that are offering these services. There’s an abundance of charlatans passing off copy-pasted Nessus reports as “penetration tests.” I even saw one assessment where the consultants made a huge deal out of two systems that were in fact their own systems that they included in the scan on accident.

      I would not limit this to just Infosec… I have found that a lot of the IT guys I have worked with claim to have this cert and that training but in the real world they don’t have a clue! Training in Inforsec and IT has become such a HUGE money spinner that every man and his dog wants a part of it.

      Strongly agree with you. Its not just limited to Penetration Testing but also to the Infosec education being offered.

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