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    • #53641
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      Just passed the eCPPT. Great course. Next up is the OSCP. Not sure I will get to it this year though.

    • #54023
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      @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 finishing your degree!

      Finished the GPEN as well as the eJPT exam. I’ve fallen in love with Pen Testing. I’m currently studying for the eCPPT and hoping to finish it by the end of the year. Still need to dig some more into Python and C. Ah well, it’s inevitable that I will get into them more one way or another.

    • #54078
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      Yowzers. That is quite a pile of languages there. I’ve been told over-and-over that C/C++ are the Latin of programming languages. I’m curious to here if others believe that is the language to start with. If it is, I’ve doing it wrong 😛 I think this is a great question when it comes to learning programming languages.

    • #54076
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      At this time my interest is in the Network Penetration side. I want to eventually expand, but only after I have a good grasp on Network pen testing.

    • #54073
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      Thanks!

      M0wgli, do you use a lab at home? What’s your approach to learning?

    • #53639
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      I ended up taking the SEC560 course. Good stuff. Now I just need to get the certification done with. I have to say that I learned a lot, and the SEC504 class that I took last year really compliments it well.

    • #53746
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      Nice tutorial! I’ve enjoyed the Linux coverage in both the SEC504 and SEC560 classes I’ve taken. When I talk to Linux/Unix admins I’m often dismayed by how they assume it uncrackable.

    • #54013
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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!

    • #53636
      veritas_libertas
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      That is what I thought.

      My company will be paying and it’s as much for my job as it is a professional interest.

    • #53601
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      Goals for 2013: CCNA, CCNA:S, get a new job.

      Achieved: CCNA, new job (Information Security)

      Goals for 2014: GCIH and maybe GCIA.

    • #32083
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      @kriscamaro68 wrote:

      @Manu Zacharia (-M-) wrote:

      @kriscamaro68 wrote:

      I haven’t been through the program myself but all I hear is great things about Western Governors University. They have a Masters program and the classes are all online and its cheap to go there. The classes are also based on certifications so you actually get the certs while completing the degree. Taking the certs is included in the cost of tuition. Tuition pricing is about $2900 for six months. Its not charged per credit. So if you can get through all the classes in 1 year the cost is about $6000 to get your masters from there. I would check it out. Here is a link: http://www.wgu.edu/online_it_degrees/information_security_assurance_degree

      I went through the course details and found that a lot of Certifications are associated with the course. Also see that the student can complete the course earlier based on the commitment and involvement.

      Any idea on how fast one can complete if the student is already in possession of the listed certification with pretty good real life industrial experience?

      Well I never went there but I think dynamik and veritas_libertas are going there right now. If you have certs that are related to whats in the degree and its been less then 5 years since you passed it then it counts and you don’t have to take that class which cuts down the time.

      Amusing that I am mentioned in a thread on a topic that I was searching through EH-Net for  😀

      I’m attending WGU for my BS in Network Design and Management. I’m really unsure what I plan to do afterward for a Master degree, much less where I plan to attend.

    • #30918
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      Signed up, and listening/watching right now.  🙂

    • #30933
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      Something feels fishy about this story…

    • #28755
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      Kevin Mitnick’s business card  ;D

      http://mitnicksecurity.com/

    • #30719
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      You might consider ISSA. It’s not specifically forensics, but I know members at mine that work specifically in forensics.

      https://www.issa.org/

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