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To make it a bit more clear I'm going to tweak the terms a bit. Active Information Gathering involves doing something on a target network/server that could be directly traced back to you. For example you run a web app scan, port scan, vuln scan etc. You may enter known bad characters in places of input such as ' < > to produce a crash/error. Here you ...


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Most security folks are rather cynical about certifications. We get sold a LOT of certs, and we also validate that many of cert holding folks of the world aren't paying very close attention. (CCNA, you know default creds are bad!) My advice: Only get certs your employer pays for If compliance is a concern, go that route first Try not to go vendor ...


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Wireghoul's answer is spot on. There is no formal requirement for industry experience, but in practice, the only way to get good enough is to do it for a job. A number of pen testing companies may offer you a junior position without certification. They would typically be looking for an IT background - either a degree, or experience as a developer, ...


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You can pass the CREST exam on skill and knowledge alone. It is however very unlikely that someone without practical experience will be able to do so in the limited time allocated for the exam.


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The Configuration Management scope (ALC_CMS class), mentioned in the Common Criteria Developers Guide (CC v3.1) describes, what should be included into the configuration list. Starting with EAL2, parts that comprise the Target of Evaluation (TOE), should be provided in this list, including software modules and hardware components. The following evaluator ...



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