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    Star award eLearnSecurity PTS v3 - Free course voucher

    With the following link, you'll be able to redeem access to eLearnSecurity's PTS v3 course material. This is what they call "barebones" so you only get access to the online material and nothing else (no videos, no lab time, no offline reading material, exam voucher isn't included) but free is free is free. The study material covers objectives for their eJPT certification.

    I just tried it for myself and I was able to claim access to the course so the voucher code is still valid.


    https://www.elearnsecurity.com/affil...m=redditPTSNSS
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    Thanks Phatrik, the code works
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    Very nice! Thank you!
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    Thanks, it worked
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    FYI this morning I just got an offer via e-mail to upgrade to the full or elite tier of the training. The offer is good for 100$ off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phatrik View Post
    FYI this morning I just got an offer via e-mail to upgrade to the full or elite tier of the training. The offer is good for 100$ off.
    I considering to buy full access. Is it some kind of coupon code that you could share with me in case you are not using it?
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    Give it 24hrs and you should get the same offer. You'll have to excuse me but I'd rather not share the 100$ discount offer since I intend to use it for myself and it's not clear to me whether or not it's a one-time use.
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    https://www.elearnsecurity.com/cours...tudent/upgrade

    The code is at the bottom, along with the price. $100 off right there as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phalanx View Post
    https://www.elearnsecurity.com/cours...tudent/upgrade

    The code is at the bottom, along with the price. $100 off right there as well.


    You're right. If I would of paid attention to the URL, I would of noticed there isn't an offer ID plugged in as one of the params being passed. I guess it is after all a multi-use coupon. Cheers.
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    Thanks man, going through the slides now!
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    As an aside, where do you guys think this might slot in? After Security+ and Linux+ perhaps?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phalanx View Post
    As an aside, where do you guys think this might slot in? After Security+ and Linux+ perhaps?
    I haven't personally gone through the course or the exam so it's difficult for me to say exactly where it stands. That being said, it's important to understand that eJPT is red team (offensive) while Security+ is more of a blue team (defensive) type of cert. Here's what I do know for sure:

    - Based on the feedback from other people on this forum, it's a great entry-level cert for red team type of stuff
    - eLearnSecurity's website states the certification is 100% hands on. There's reading material, videos and even a virtual lab to practice your skills before the exam. Despite the certification not being widely known about, it seems like an excellent learning opportunity, especially for the price. It's a rather cheap way for you to find out if OSCP (much more expensive) is really something you might be interested in.
    - Within their pre-requisites, you'll find "Deep understanding of networking concepts". Other pre-requisites can be found here: https://www.elearnsecurity.com/certification/ejpt/pre-requisites
    - If you look at the training section (PTS v3), it states: "PTS starts from the very basics and covers Networking and Programming skills every Penetration tester should have".



    On a more personal note: I'm not discouraged by knowing very little about some of the listed pre-requisites. I (we all) had to start somewhere when I (we) knew nothing and made it this far already. When there's a will, there's a way.

    Although I've done quite a bit of scripting in the past to automate repetitive tasks(usually bash scripting within a linux environment), I haven't done much programming at all which is why in my mind I'm more likely to end up in a blue team type of role. That being said, I truly believe there's a certain value to at least having some minimal knowledge and experience with tools like metasploit and burp suite, in a "I'll run an internal audit to at least be informed before paying the outside pros to come and do their job" kind of way. The eJPT cert is very hands on and the price looks right to me, especially with 100$ off. If anything, it'll at least help me stand out from the other candidates who also have security+ when applying for blue team type of roles.


    TLDR:

    - eJPT is an entry level cert.
    - It's very hands on
    - It's a cheap way to figure out if you want to move on to more pricey OSCP
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    I've gone through the eJPT barebones course. It's a lot of material, but doesn't go incredibly deep into very much. I'm also studying for the CEH, among other topics in tandem, and I'd say it's the hands-on technical compliment to the CEH. They truly reinforce each other well.
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    Nice, thank you! I was getting ready to drop the three hundred on the full edition in a few weeks, so this hundred bucks off is definitely appreciated!
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    Thank you for sharing. It is exactly what I am looking for.
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    Thank you for sharing this.... I went through some of the materials last night....
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    I've been wanting to purchase this class for a while. Thanks for sharing!
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    regarding deeply understanding network,

    you can read my review,

    eJPT ( eLearnSecurity Junior Penetration Tester ) Review

    for me, that i know just around basic tcp/ip, port, routing ( i dont know in detail about OSPF, BGP, etc ) , netmask, i can do that.

    the course also explain networking 101, so dont worry about networking
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