Penetration Testing
CEH program and Sybex Study Guide Sep 24 2011 07:01PM
Alberto Medina (amedinaj gmail com) (2 replies)
Re: CEH program and Sybex Study Guide Sep 28 2011 01:08PM
Michael Richard (alfarichard gmail com) (2 replies)
Re: CEH program and Sybex Study Guide Sep 30 2011 05:08PM
Robert Musser (rmusser2209 gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: CEH program and Sybex Study Guide Oct 01 2011 09:36PM
Security Auditor (auditor sec gmail com)
RES: CEH program and Sybex Study Guide Sep 30 2011 02:17PM
Fabio Nascimento de Mello (fabio nmello totvs com br)
Alberto,

The new version 7, have a lot of hands on. The instructor was very knowledgeable. I took that classes last week and I like it! I am studying more now to take the exam.

--
Fabio
CCSP CCSE CobiT ITIL
@fabionm

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Para: Alberto Medina
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Assunto: Re: CEH program and Sybex Study Guide

Hi Alberto,

I completely agree with Clement and Bandar.

I'm a beginner in infosec too, and recently I passed the Security+
exam. My next step will be the eLearningSecurity certification (eCPPT
| http://www.elearnsecurity.com/). Why? Two answers:

First, I personally belive that the CEH training don't really prepare
you for the job, I come to this conclusion after a brief look at the
material (version 6) and after read some reviews on the web. Basicly
they cover too much about tools and too little about the technics
itself.

Second, the OffSec BackTrack is a little bit expensive for me right
now, and I don't think I have the knowledge necessary to enjoy the
course (is really a badass course :)

I think a more hands-on approach will be far more benefic for my
learning experience. So, the path I've chosen is this: Sec+ -> eCPPT
(eLearn training) -> OSCP (Offsec training) -> OSCE (Offsec training).

Here some reviews:

CEH - http://www.ethicalhacker.net/content/view/54/24/
eCPPT - http://www.ethicalhacker.net/content/view/307/24/ &
http://www.darknet.org.uk/2010/05/elearnsecurity-online-penetration-test
ing-training/
OSCP - http://www.ethicalhacker.net/component/option,com_smf/Itemid,54/topic,11
52.0/
OSCE - http://linuxisp.co.uk/content/ctp

Edit: Sending again because the list does not handle MIME messages.

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Michael Richard
@alfarichard

2011/9/24 Alberto Medina <amedinaj (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]>
>
> Hi all,
> I know maybe in this list you have talk a lot about CEH program, but I want to know what do you really think about this program (CEH)? Is this really useful to start in information security? And what do you think about the Sybex Study Guide, by "Kimberly Grave"?
> I do this question because a couple of years ago I took the CompTIA Security+ exam and passed it, but I wanna to continue the preparation in the field of information security and Ethical hacking, and someone recommended me the "Certified Ethical Hacker" certification as a good way to continue the path, so a bought the Sybex Study Guide for the exam, but I don't see a lot of difference between the content of Security+ program and this one, I thought I'd find the CEH deeper in the subject than Security+ program.
> In fact, I found this Sybex guide is not very actual, there's not any mention to Windows 7 or even Vista, the tools mentioned are kind of old, in the "cracking password" section they don't talk about rainbow tables, only a littler mention; in the "backdoor" sections she (the author) recommend adding an additional hard disk to the computer and boot from there for protection using the backdoor she mention, or buy a Windows netbook, but it's not better using a VM in for testing?
> Anyway, I just want to know what you think about this program? If not, what do you recommend for continue the path to Ethical Hacking and Information Security.
>
> Thank you and best regards,
> Alberto Medina
>
> (Excuse my English :) )
>
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[ reply ]
Re: CEH program and Sybex Study Guide Sep 26 2011 02:16PM
Clement Dupuis (clement dupuis gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: CEH program and Sybex Study Guide Sep 28 2011 03:37AM
Bandar Alharbi (bandar malharbi gmail com)


 

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