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Re: OSCP
From: Craig Wilson <cwilson () ppilearning com>
Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2008 06:45:21 +0000

Of course it is just paper, no different from OSCP.  In any profession there will those who are not wholly competent.


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Sent: Tue Dec 16 20:47:23 2008
Subject: Re: OSCP

I have seen this same problem so often it just eats me. I know a company
that had a test done by Earnest and Young in Nairobi, and the only
vulnerability that was found is the zone file transfer, and the guys are
CISSP certified, so whenever we meet with my fellow group of pentester
we laugh at it, saying,"u are vulnerable to dig!" Secondly u will see
employers, like a company called Safaricom employing CISSP, and the
other day i watched one of them trying to figure out how a SQLi really
works.

I think CISSP is just a paper. But business is always business.

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