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comment CEH resources for exam prep
Thanks for the reply and overview. As the division chief I don't get involved enough in the actual testing, and instead spend a lot of time involved in R&D, prototyping, etc. The upcoming contract requires the PM/Chief Systems Engineer (infosec contract) to have the CEH, CISSP and CISA. I'll look into whether or not they are willing to accept the OPST or GIAC in-place, but until I get that endorsement I'll get through this exam.
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comment CEH resources for exam prep
Thanks for the feedback. It sounds like you've gone through either the WGU or Capella MSISA programs? I was worried that the CEH was a test of exlpoit tools rather than in-depth knowledge. I'm the Chief Engineer for my division and spend a lot of time researching exploits, but certainly don't play with tools enough ... I guess it's time to practice. I do have access to skillsoft, books 24x7, onlineexpert (the hacking unleashed stuff), and some other resources ... but it all seems fairly simplistic. Does the CEH not cover tremendous depth or breadth?
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comment Are there any smartcard/hardware-tokens for certificate-based authentication which are easily destroyed?
Agreed. Whether or not it alerts to a locked or zeroe'd out state as the OP asked is usually a function of the middleware. The enviornment I work for uses the duress finger method for our smart cards and duress codes for access systems (which lets you into the system, but then guys with guns come knocking) --- but we're ultraparanoid.
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comment What is your way to create good passwords that can actually be remembered?
I proposed an extremely similar method to the /. community around 2005 and have used it successfully with many of my clients. I posted my method (though a much shorter article) as an answer in this thread.
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answered What is your way to create good passwords that can actually be remembered?
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answered Are there any smartcard/hardware-tokens for certificate-based authentication which are easily destroyed?
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answered Good (preferably free) resource for CISSP practice questions
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answered Is there a security risk running web apps in debug=“true”?
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answered Retaining institutional knowledge of a complex infrastructure (checkpoint, juniper, etc)
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answered Network Forensics - what is in your toolbox