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    I guess the ones who've been following this thread a bit longer know that when I say in a week, I'm not talking about 'earth weeks'

    Remote Access Technologies
    Covers remote access services, PPP, VPNs, tunneling, IPSec, SSH, L2TP, PPTP, 802.1x, RADIUS, and TACACS.

    It covers all of the following exam objectives:

    2.1 Recognize and understand the administration of the following types of remote access technologies:
    - 802.1x
    - VPN (Virtual Private Network)
    - RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service)
    - TACACS (Terminal Access Controller Access Control System)
    - L2TP / PPTP (Layer Two Tunneling Protocol / Point to Point Tunneling Protocol)
    - SSH (Secure Shell)
    - IPSEC (Internet Protocol Security)
    - Vulnerabilities

    3.1 Understand security concerns and concepts of the following types of devices:
    - Modems
    - RAS (Remote Access Server)
    - VPN (Virtual Private Network)

    3.3 Understand the concepts behind the following kinds of Security Topologies
    - Tunneling

    Happy reading!

    Next will be either Security Policy or Basics of Cryptography.

    And thank to everyone who pm-ed me about future TechNotes, your interest will keep me motivated until I reach the last few lines of the PDF.
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    #52
    Quote Originally Posted by Webmaster
    I guess the ones who've been following this thread a bit longer know that when I see in a week, I'm not talking about 'earth weeks'
    Let us know which planetary time zone you're on so we can sync our universal clocks to yours.
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    The thing is that I'm changing orbits all the time, so it would run out of sync in no time. I'm on Xartec btw. (I do own xartec.com, not a site yet though...). The time here is more dynamically and flexible because we don't have the 'boss' species.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Webmaster
    The time here is more dynamically and flexible because we don't have the 'boss' species.
    I'll drink to that!
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    #55
    I'm glad you added the remote access technologies technote, and included ports and such. Neither Syngress or Sybex covers the protocol #'s used in AH and ESP, and I did get a question that required you to know them (though it may be one of those ungraded questions). I had to google to get a difinitive answer on this.

    By the way, this may be splitting simantecs but I feel it could be important. ESP and AH use IP Protocols 50 and 51 respectively, not ports. Ports are used in IP protocols UDP and TCP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danman32
    By the way, this may be splitting simantecs but I feel it could be important. ESP and AH use IP Protocols 50 and 51 respectively, not ports. Ports are used in IP protocols UDP and TCP.
    You're absolutely right, should be IP protocol ID instead of ports, and will fix that right away.

    Part of the reason we wanted to cover IPSec well is that truly is a great protocol, but, and the same goes for SSL, I also found I got presented with some pretty detailed questions (almost in contrary to the rest of the exam) regarding those topics.

    Also, based on the passing score, nr of questions, and "I passed"-scores, I'm pretty sure there are no unscored items.

    Thanks for the feedback!
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    Default 2.4. Kerberos

    If you can add something into the notes of the topic, this would be really great.
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    Answer - UDP port 88 and TCP port 88 Kerberos traffic uses UDP/TCP protocol source and destination port 88.

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l...255bc7077.aspx
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    #58
    I appreciate the feedback, but be careful not to 'disclose' literally what was asked on 'your' exam. I base my TechNotes solely on the exam objectives, but on the other hand I'll gladly help to explain a topic you had on your exam and want to learn more about. And therefore appreciate feedback on my TechNotes. In this case, it's just a simple fact however (Isn't everything on a CompTIA exam? ) and although I'm obviously not consequent with it, I usually do add the ports for the protocols and service I describe, so I was kinda surprised to hear it's not in these TechNotes. It is however in the Well-known Ports quiz I wrote for the Security+ exam, so I'll expand the TechNotes accordingly.

    My point is, and this goes for anyone and any of my notes, if you have something to suggest, don't tell me it's because you had it on your exam. Besides that I don't need that piece of info to determine whether something is within the scope of the exam/cert/my TechNotes, it kinda puts me in a position I don't what to be.

    Anyway, thanks!

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    These notes are great, really helps tie everything together from my other sources and cuts out the fluff.

    I've not been here long, but I'm seriously impressed with these forums - the information is brilliant and everyone offers up really good, helpful advice.

    Keep it up
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    THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Because of your details, coupled with the Sybex book I passed the 2nd time around. (I hadn't used them the 1st time around) You truly made an impact on my learning.
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    Unhappy Anyone else having trouble using "printer-friendly" ???

    Is it just me.... or is anyone else having problems printing out the Security+ TechNotes with the "Printer-friendly" link? Whenever I try it, it gives me a "PAGE NOT FOUND" screen. Help!

    Thanks and good luck to all!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pokey View Post
    Is it just me.... or is anyone else having problems printing out the Security+ TechNotes with the "Printer-friendly" link? Whenever I try it, it gives me a "PAGE NOT FOUND" screen. Help!

    Thanks and good luck to all!
    Yes. I just noticed that as well.
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    Thumbs up Pdf?

    Can these notes all be put together like the Network+ notes? I just wondered. Those were great all bundled together like that! Thanks for all of the help and assistance this site provides. When I become rich and famous, I'll donate some of my riches to this site
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    #64
    We won't combine the TechNotes into a PDF until we covered all the exam objectives at least to some extend. Basically the online TechNotes are chapters in the PDF, so it would be incomplete/missing some chapters.

    I'm working on getting the printerfriendly versions back up, currently for some other exams but they should be back online on/before next Monday.

    And thanks for the thanks
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    Thanks very much for posting!
    Will be using in the very near future!

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    really good work
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    Any chance for updated articles for the SY0-201?

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    Default Technotes security+_

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    Is the technotes changed as per new syllabus? These notes are of immense help in understanding the subject. For 201 syllabus all notes converted then i can focus on it. Just confirm
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    Question Security+ Exam SYO-101 and SYO-201

    What are the major differences between
    Security+ 101 and 201 are the test questions
    different is there really some new material
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    Quote Originally Posted by hcalhoun View Post
    What are the major differences between
    Security+ 101 and 201 are the test questions
    different is there really some new material
    in SYO-201?
    Thank you
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    Yes there is new material, look on Amazon.com. The new test has new material which can be found on CompTIA.org.
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    I haven't been through each section, but I didn't see LDAP in the authentication systems section.
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    are these technotes structured the same as the SY0-301 exam? The objectives seem a little off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Webmaster View Post
    I just added new TechNotes for the Security+ exam covering the exam objective(s):

    1.2 Recognize and be able to differentiate and explain the following types of authentication:
    - Kerberos
    - CHAP (Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol)
    - Certificates
    - Username / Password
    - Tokens
    - Multi-factor
    - Mutual
    - Biometrics

    www.techexams.net/technotes/securityplus/authentication.shtml

    I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did writing it.
    Rule based is pretty much an ACL. Role based is NTFS permissions for example.
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