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Re: CEH or OSCP?
From: Danux <danuxx () gmail com>
Date: Wed, 25 Nov 2009 17:17:12 -0600

Ok, is not an advanced course but also not an introductory one.

You are right, you will learn cool stuff like arp|dns spoofing,
crawling, shell programming, basic web attacks (directory traversal,
SQL Injection)

The first modules are basics and definitely you will understand them
without problems, Muts (instructor) has very good skills as a trainer.
The top of this course is Stack Overflows and there is where you could
get lost, specially because there are many topics related.

The think is that the exam is not only about basic stuff.

You can go to training page and download the brochure where you will
find the requirements, if you feel good then go for it!!!!!!

Definitely, any course will give you a new learned experience.

My 1.1 cents

On Wed, Nov 25, 2009 at 2:01 PM, Leandro Quibem Magnabosco
<leandro.magnabosco () fcdl-sc org br> wrote:
Danux escreveu:

Always the same question from newbies!!! Dont feel that, I asked the
same long time ago.

If you wanna learn hundred of security tools go for CEH.
If you wanna learn how to crete basic hacking tools go for OSCP.

If you are a beginner definitely OSCP is not for you.

I consider myself a beginner.
Wouldn't I learn something from OSCP anyway?
Is it *that hard* that beginners would not be able to learn enough to make
it valuable?

What do you guys think?

Daniel Regalado aka Danux
Hacker Wanna Be from Nezahualcoyotl


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