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    Default Taking test July 3rd

    I have moved my CASP exam to the 3rd of July. I've identified the following areas of weakness:

    Tools- DOS and Fuzzing
    Attacks
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    Saas vs Iaas vs Paas and their differences
    Linux
    Application vulnerabilities

    I've read the CASP study guide from Sybex
    Purchased pocket prep application
    Bought the ucertify labs
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    and used Cybrary

    I still don't feel 100% but don't want to push it off again because I start school again on the 10th.

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    It looks like you have prepared pretty well for what resources are out there for CASP. I would just go back through the weaknesses on every resource you have and see if that helps you "get it". Continue to take practice tests and see what you are scoring. If you have online access to skillport, it should give you access to 24x7 books...query some of the CASP books there & take those practice questions. Even google those weak areas & see if you can find some youtube videos or other websites to grasp those concepts.
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    Ah I'm taking mine on the 7th! I've used most of the same resources you have. I don't feel 100% either, especially after reading the threads on this forum... You may want to take a look at pluralsight's CASP training videos. You can get a free account for a few months if you sign up for visual studio through Microsoft. They've been pretty good. Otherwise I've pretty much done the same as you. I wonder how much Linux will actually be on the exam. The few examples I've seen were mainly focused around iptables and different linux bash shells. Linux would definitely be a weakness for me as well.
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    Thanks for the input! I just signed up for the trial with Pluralsight!!
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    ITpro.TV has a series and apparently some ITpro.TV videos are viewable by Amazon Prime members? Search ITpro.TV on Amazon Prime and see what you find!

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    I have already used my 200 trial minutes lol. Anyone have a pluralsight login I can snag for the next 5 days?
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    https://fossbytes.com/getting-plural...-for-6-months/


    See if this still works, this is what used. It's only three months now though. Let me know if you get stuck.
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    Good Luck I hope that the third you pass. Its also my birthday on the 3rd....
    You will pass.
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    Thank you all
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    Default Failed Exam

    I did not pass this time around. I felt like the simulations were easier than the actual questions. I had 12 things listed to review but am not certain what that would make my score. Can anyone that passed tell me how many areas of review they had?
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