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Tools & Training To Hack Yourself Into Better Security
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ruchiroshni
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ruchiroshni,
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9/10/2017 | 12:27:30 AM
Re: SANS Cyber Guardian isn't Free
Hereby i am sharing online resource for free cybersecurity and IT training courses that students can use at their own pace.
Registering for a free account is required. We are a IT security consulting enterprise whose mission is not only consult on cyber security but we are providing training on following area for very cheap price please visit our
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Following are the courses we are offering
Exploit Development
Malware Analysis
Command-Line Log Analysis
Packet Analysis/Network Forensics
Reverse Engineering
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Windows For InfoSec Professionals
Linux For InfoSec Professionals & Comptia Linux+ Exam Prep
Network Pentesting Night School
Web App Pentesting Night School
Python For InfoSec Professionals
PowerShell For InfoSec Professionals – September 2017
CYBERWAR: Advanced Offensive Cyber Operations
seo rennes
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seo rennes,
User Rank: Apprentice
7/24/2016 | 8:30:51 AM
Re: SANS Cyber Guardian isn't Free
Good point !
Marilyn Cohodas
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Marilyn Cohodas,
User Rank: Strategist
7/22/2016 | 2:37:08 PM
Re: SANS Cyber Guardian isn't Free
Good point, @tfdowns3. We will change the headline to reflect that! (Removed Free from the original version) 

 
tfdowns3
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tfdowns3,
User Rank: Apprentice
7/22/2016 | 8:23:14 AM
SANS Cyber Guardian isn't Free
This post is interesting as the title states that it will discuss free tools and training but goes on to discuss SANS training, which is some of the most expensive in the field.  After which, the author discusses two of the most commonly known tools  in the field.  This feels like little more than a blatant plug for SANS.  


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