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  1. Junior Member
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    Default PASSED THE C|EH on 9/24/17

    I haven't been active on here in a while but I plan to fix that. About 2 months ago I decided to take on the CEH. I had heard plenty of people who I scoffed at this exam however I found the materials to be informative and enjoyable. I'm well aware that this exam does not in any way make you a "hacker" but you will learn the basic attacker methodologies. For those coming from the Security+ it will give you a deeper dive into to various attacks that really help if you are new to the industry.


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    Matt Walker AIO
    CBT Nuggets CEHv9
    Boson Exam Simulator
    Total Tester (comes with the Matt Walker AIO)

    ....I did NOT LAB...should I have? YES, but not because I needed for the exam. I intend to keep pursuing my knowledge cyber attacks and tools so I will be labing with more current tools and attack methods.
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    Can u highlight the important points to keep for exam ??
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    I have heard the exams vary but my exam focused heavily on Nmap, Port scanning, sniffing and evasion techniques, and web application attacks (heavy SQL). Make sure you know wireless cracking tools and when to use them, same with password attacks/tools.
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  5. Senior Member IronmanX's Avatar
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    Congrats!
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    Good JERB!!! welcome to the club..

    If you're looking for labs, I would highly recommend eJPT or eCPPT while everything is still fresh in your noggin.

    Congrats
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain_Deadpool View Post
    Good JERB!!! welcome to the club..

    If you're looking for labs, I would highly recommend eJPT or eCPPT while everything is still fresh in your noggin.

    Congrats
    I'm not familiar with the eJPT or the eCPPT how would you say they compare with the OSCP?
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    Congratulations ! =)
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  9. Junior Member
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    Congrats!
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    Excellent News!
    Certs Gained 2017: 70-410, 70-411,74-409, MCSA Server 2012r2
    Upcoming: Security +, ITIL FOUNDATIONS, 70-345 Exchange Server 2016, Ccent

    “Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.” - 1 Thessalonians 5:11
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    Congratulations!!!
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  12. Junior Member
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    Thx guys!
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