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Re: Opinions on certs security/network
From: Clutch <mrfrogac () gmail com>
Date: Wed, 4 Aug 2010 02:47:02 -0700

Well if you are in school as I am i would assume that you could talk
to career services and they could help you out. From some of our
alumni I have heard that CCNA can be useful, A+, Sec +, Net+, CISSP
after you meet the time requirement. That's just my 2 cents

On Mon, Aug 2, 2010 at 4:42 PM, Mr ted <darksec0x00 () gmail com> wrote:
Im on the hunt for some certs.  School is coming to an end and sadly i
haven't learned anything at all.
I have on net+ book but i mainly used to expand my knowledge on basic
networking and subnetting in my spare time.  I plan to struggle/rant to get
my A+ mainly sit down and read the material for A+ specific things, just so
HR will keep my resume >:( . Cisco certs seem to hold pretty well in this
industry. Ive looked at CEH and security+ and just laughed. I mean there has
to be some ethics in the business world, but they rarely mentioned tools and
techniques

What are some good indepth security related certs that are worth getting

Are all redhat certs specfic to the distro or does it expand onto a generic
linux background

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