September 2010 Free Giveaway Sponsor – APT by Joe McCray

| September 4, 2010

Win Advanced Pen Testing Course = $2000!!

Time to step it up. Long time member of the security community and friend of EH-Net, Joe McCray of LearnSecurityOnline, gets you out of PPT hell and into a highly secure lab environment for 5 days of intense training. Up for grabs this month is a free seat in his course to be held 13th – 17th December 2010 just outside of DC.

Advanced Penetration Testing (APT): Pentesting High Security Environments is a five-day intensive course that focuses attacking and defending highly secured environments such as 3-letter agencies, DoD, financial organizations, federal organizations, and large companies. This is NOT your normal Ethical Hacking course. You won’t be attacking unpatched Windows 2000 Servers, and you won’t be learning a bunch of outdated tools. In APT, you will be learning how to attack new OSs such as Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, and the latest Linux servers. All of these servers will be patched and hardened. Both Network and Host-based Intrusion Detection/Preventions systems (IDS/IPS) will be in place as well. The learning curve is high, but the rewards are astronomical. Over 80% of class is hands-on hacking labs. It is however primarily designed for Network/Web Application Penetration testers that are looking for the little tips and tricks that will help them better attack high security environments.

Joe and I have worked out an even better deal. EH-Netters get a $500 discount! At only $1500, this course is a steal. Click here now to reserve your seat. Full course description can also be found at the link provided.

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