Re: [Full-disclosure] Hacking Boot camps!
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Wed, 23 Nov 2005 21:39:10 +0000
The proof is in the pudding. IMHO which is often not so H the cert game is nothing more than a lucrative revenue generator. For either the test givers or the vender pusher or the land of test king. Buy the initials if you must, hands on and a solid understanding of how and why the stack works be it network or cpu will serve you well.
vote for me
> > - Most of their instructors are unqualified to answer any questions
> > that are not in their training books.
> This is why I only do them as "challenge" certifications, and then only
> when I'm looking for another job (managers like to see lots of initials
> after your name).
> Does *any* security cert say anything about the individual to whom it's
> issued .. nope, just that they're persistent.
> My $0.02.
> Michael Holstein (lots of initials...)
> Cleveland State University
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