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Subject: Re: Security courses
From: Slam (slamSLAM-CORP.COM)
Date: Wed Jun 07 2000 - 11:16:57 CDT
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Since we have discussed the testing and places to test I would like to start
a new thread discussing literature which can be obtained as well. As some
people in the group may have company backing and plenty of money to spend on
such a thing others such as myself are the self starter type and require
buying the 50$ book instead of the $5000 course. I have a list of some
books that ISC^2 recommends I'm curious if anyone has read them or can
suggest any other books? One I am looking at in particular is The Ncsa
Guide to Enterprise Security : Protecting Information Assets...
Any other good ones?
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> [mailto:FOCUS-MSSECURITYFOCUS.COM]On Behalf Of IN0M
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> Subject: Re: Security courses
> Hi and thankyou all for the response to my request for links and
> on Certified Security Courses. I recieved about 35 replies all up (Not
> including the one e-mail infected with KAK.hta) . I also recieved a ton of
> helpfull advice, also a few request for my CV. So all up I am Stoked.
> I am looking in to a course from San, GIAC LevelOne Training and
> Certification, and the course by Ernest & Young, Extreme hacking.
> I will try and do the course from Ernest & Young if at all
> possible but at
> $5000 dollars I am hoping that I can bata my way onto the course, (I'm a
> wizz with a mop and bucket and when it comes to washing cars I am
> second to
> Quite a few people asked me to forward on any links, resources that I
> recieved. I have done this and also put a few from my favorites
> in to boot.
> Some of my links come from surfing and some from the book
> (Hacking Exposed,
> By Stuart McClure, Joel Scambray and George Kurtz).
> Once again thankyou all of you for your time.
> Peter Mercer
> Sydney, Australia
> >From the list
> www.isc2.org www.brainbench.com
> >From my Favorites
> http://www.petersplace.com (My soon to be revamped page)
> http://www.asplists.com/asplists/aspsecurity.asp (Great list for .asp
> http://kryten.eng.monash.edu.au/gspam.html (Anti spammer page and
> http://www.counterpane.com/crypto-gram-0005.html (Good story "Computer
> Security: Will We Ever Learn? ")
> http://hackersclub.com/km/files/password_cracker/index.html (Lots
> of tools)
> http://phrack.infonexus.com/ (Hackers Mag)
> http://www.metadigm.co.uk/tech/portnum.html ( Type in the port
> number, page
> give infomation on that port)
> http://members.linuxstart.com/~eurohack-linux/start.htm (This is
> touted as a
> hackers Linux with tools pre installed) Find these guys on efnet #eurohack
> http://www.rhino9.com (Nb scanner not as good as Net deamon or IP Tools)
> http://users.intranova.net/oogali/bugtraq-rant.txt Found this on Efnet
> #Dc-stuff just today.