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    Question CEH vs CEHv9 - people who do / use this v9 after the CEH ?s

    As I float around this board, reddit, linkedin, etc...

    I notice a interesting # of people who put CEHv9 vs only CEH (after their names on signatures, linkedin name titles etc.)
    If someone lists CEHv9 , you are telling folks to not assume you passed CEHv8 (or earlier?) & you passed the most current version.

    just looking for folks thought on this practice / trend... (using the v9, etc)

    was there a problem with v8? was v9 pushed out due to some problem (test dump?) with v8 ?s?

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    Previously (prior to ANSI accreditation...I believe v7 and prior), CEH was distinguished based on the version....so CEHv7 etc. As soon as CEH became ANSI accredited, the version is no longer identified on the certification itself.

    Basically you could identify which version of the exam you completed or you can just say CEH...which is what I would do especially as new versions come out.
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    Here is the Logo Guide Lines:
    https://cert.eccouncil.org/images/do...usage-v3.0.pdf

    Basically V7 and prior you must use the version logo.
    V8 and higher you must use the ANSI version Logo (No version number)
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    The versions are now only used for the courses while the exam remains version less.
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