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Introduction Yes, there’s another new kid on the block when it comes to penetration testing training, this course is known as CODENAME: Samurai Skills by Ninja-Sec. I’m not going to go and compare this to any other course out there as I think there’s a place for all of them, and they all have pros […]
Introduction It’s been a while since we’ve mentioned this course, of course since we mentioned it back in May 2010 – eLearnSecurity – Online Penetration Testing Training – eLearnSecurity has been making continuous improvements to the course-ware and the subject matter. But now in 2012, it’s time for them to release their major facelift – […]
A couple of weeks back we posted about the new course suited to beginners by eLearnSecurity – we also offered an exclusive 10% Discount for Darknet readers – Penetration Testing – Student Course/Training by eLearnSecurity (Get 10% Off Until June 30th!). This is just a reminder that this offer expires in THREE days on June […]
Penetration Testing Course Pro 1.1 release aims at addressing all of the suggestions collected in the first 6 months of activity and adds 1 new module and 50 minutes of video training on Social Engineering Toolkit. As reviewed by us before (eLearnSecurity – Online Penetration Testing Training) this course is becoming a very popular choice […]
Introduction If you are in the information security industry, or plan to be you’ve probably been looking at the various infosec certifications available. Back when I started there really wasn’t anything available, there were no infosec degrees and no professional certs. Only later some high level ones came from SANS, then more jumped on the […]
There’s been a LOT of news lately about attacks from China, Chinese hackers and sites from China propagating malware. The latest news is that China police have managed to shut down a hacker training operating that was schooling the next generation of Chinese script kiddies. It seems like China is grooming a huge cyberarmy both […]