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    Default Is CBT Nuggets CEHv9 good enough?

    Have anyone used it ,is it worth enough or not ?

    I'm planning to get enrolled
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    I haven't done any of the CEH, but from my experience CBT Nuggets is never enough to pass the exam. The *asterisk to that would be if you already have a decent amount of experience and only need a quick refresher.
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    I recently used the CBT Nuggets CEHv9 as part of my preparation for the exam. I can say it's definitely good material to supplement the Matt Walker AIO and work experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raxa.jafy View Post
    Have anyone used it ,is it worth enough or not ?

    I'm planning to get enrolled

    Great resource for exam prep. However, don't rely on just the nuggets.
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    I did the CEHv9 course on CBT and passed my CEH. That said, I wouldn't rely completely on it.
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    While CBT may be enough, I'd say it's better to over-prepare. At the very least, I'd say add Matt Walker's All in One to your studies.
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