RE: [Full-disclosure] Hacking Boot camps!
From: Todd Towles (toddtowles_at_brookshires.com)
Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2005 15:25:10 -0600 To: "Morning Wood" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, <email@example.com>
Oh MW, what do you know about Zone-H? lol
It isn't like you have anything to do with that stuff...oh..wait...lol
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> Interesting about the Intense thing... ( sory for your loss )
> >Blackhat training camps sound pretty good and some of the people are
> >pretty damn skilled, but these others Zone-H, Vigilante and
> the likes
> >I would avoid..... blind leading the blind if you ask me.
> I dont know about the others,
> but i do know Zone-h Hands on Hacking 2 day seminars are
> worth it, have actual hands on hacking labs, and are quite
> ( and dont claim to be "blackhat" style training, nor a CEH
> prep class) While not targeted for the security professional,
> they are an exelent way for lower level admins, developers,
> corporate IT, and others that are not security savy to learn
> about real-world attacks and mitigation.
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