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    Default eLearnSecurity PTPv4 Revealed (Attended webinar)

    The webinar is concluding now. They basically updated some of the System Security section involving buffer overflows and shellcoding, updated the lab guides and videos to be Kali based. Doesn't seem they updated any other material or added any other sections. Waiting to see upgrade pricing as I have PTPv3 right now and not seeing anything worth paying to upgrade.
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    For those who don't have PTPv3, you can enroll in PTPv4 Full version with 20% off (for $799) and get an upgrade to PTPv4 Elite and includes PTSv3 for free. Offer expires June 30th.
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    "Use COUPON CODE PTP-V4E during checkout to get your 30% discount AND the Free Edition Upgrade!"
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    Just got my email saying $249 to upgrade from v3 to v4

    which includes the barebones pts course too
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    Yup got my email for the upgrade. Debating if the $249 is worth it. I'll have to compare the syllabus PDF to see how much of the System Security section material was updated, and how many labs are in the new one.
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    Actually Armando just said that the new v4 Elite includes HTML5 whereas the v3 Elite that I have does not have HTML5 which sucks for doing the course on the iPad. Tempting....
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyberguypr View Post
    "Use COUPON CODE PTP-V4E during checkout to get your 30% discount AND the Free Edition Upgrade!"
    Yea that's for existing members. They said PTP-V4A is 20% launch discount that includes free upgrade. Wonder if new folks could use it.
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    Looks like I got a free upgrade for my PTPv3 Elite to PTPv4 Elite. So happy!!

    It looks like a lot of the refresh is similar to the way PTS was refreshed. I expect the course to be awesome.
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    you were the one person who won that Moose?
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    It looks like a good offer, I can get the Elite version for ~700 US$.

    My problem is I signed up for eWAPT when it was launched last year and have not started studying for it until this day ..
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    The first two modules for System Security look promising. I partially started V3 a while back and was thinking of checking out the new PTS version to get my head back in the game and build my confidence
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    How does everyone like the course? I have been registered for about a year now and have not started. I started OSCP and I was def in over my head.

    I think this would be a better fit for my skill set.
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    Quote Originally Posted by g33k3r View Post
    The first two modules for System Security look promising. I partially started V3 a while back and was thinking of checking out the new PTS version to get my head back in the game and build my confidence
    The v3 covers those as well, but they are just in the "Introduction" section under System Security.

    Definitely need to go through these to see if there is much difference...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mooseboost View Post
    Looks like I got a free upgrade for my PTPv3 Elite to PTPv4 Elite. So happy!!

    It looks like a lot of the refresh is similar to the way PTS was refreshed. I expect the course to be awesome.

    Did not win, but they did email me and tell me they were upgrading my for free.
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    Looks like I'm upgrading. They've added more material to most sections it seems. The Network Security section, Module 6 Post Exploitation has been fully revamped and has a ton on priv escalation, which is huge for OSCP it seems. The Web Security section has been completely redone and the topics expanded upon way more than v3. And most of all, the HTML5 is definitely welcome so I can read slides interactively on my iPad on my lunch break (I hate the PDF's as they are large, and are not interactive).
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    I got no emails from them as of yet. Spoke to one of their support on chat and also sent an email but still no mail
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    Just as you luger, no email so far... Can someone give us the link to the upgrade? Still I know the coupon is PTP-V4U for the upgrade.

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    for $249 it is worth the upgrade. I will be upgrading v2 to v4.
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    I'll have to look through everything deeper tonight, upgrading a couple topics and adding HTML5 does not equal $249 to me
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    Quote Originally Posted by NetworkNewb View Post
    I'll have to look through everything deeper tonight, upgrading a couple topics and adding HTML5 does not equal $249 to me
    Every section but the Ruby section seems to have been expanded upon and/or updated in some way. Don't forget added labs, and completely redone videos and lab guides. Everything aligns with Kali now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisone View Post
    for $249 it is worth the upgrade. I will be upgrading v2 to v4.
    Agree - I'll need a good reason for not doing the upgrade at this price.
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    I missed that on their site you could download the PDF version of the new syllabus which goes over everything in detail! Was just looking at the syllabus they listed right on the page... Got some reading to do when I get home from work.


    edit: deleted my last post as it doesn't make sense after I saw this
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mooseboost View Post
    Did not win, but they did email me and tell me they were upgrading my for free.
    I guess everyone who purchased it after April got their upgrade for free.
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    That seems like it may be the case. I got mine at the beginning of May, just before they announced PTPv4.
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