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  1. Thanks! I'll do my best to answer all your questions. Feel free to ask follow on questions. Also, I apologize if my answers are a bit blunt about certain topics, everyone has their opinions about certain things 1. OSCP is really focused on offensive ability. Security onion isn't going to do much for you besides learn Wireshark. You don't have to worry about bypassing virus detection very often, and even then the OSCP coursework teaches you the techniques. Did I mention you should make sure you know how to use Wireshark? 2. Maybe, but I think most jobs still want
  2. Took the test and passed last week. It was brutal, started at 9am and had enough to pass around 2am. I took one break for about 2 hours, but pretty much powered through. If anyone ever starts working on the cert I'll be happy to help. Finishing the class was one of the most rewarding feelings I've ever had, I highly recommend it.
  3. I'll try to answer each question individually... but I feel a long post coming.... I've been working in network security for about 5 years. I have my Security+, CEH, and a computer science degree. The OSCP was always touted as much harder than any other networking/security certification, and I wanted to see for myself. And yes, it is really hard. It can't be beat for the price.... IF.... and this is a HUGE if.... you at least have some background in pentesting/networking/programming. If I had tried to take this course 4 years ago I would've hated it. Some people on the forums c
  4. I'm taking it right now, got my 21st box last night. I'm using virtual box and their "custom" image. I haven't had any issues at all. They say you can use the image from kali.org but might run into issues completing all the lab exercises.
  5. To embed a youtube video: [ video ]Youtube_url_here[ /video ] (take out the spaces)
  6. FYI Pumpkin lovers: Went to Perfect Pour in Columbia, MD today around 945. They received some Schlafly's Pumpkin and Southern Tier Pumpkings late in the season. They still have 3 cases of Schlafley's left (they had 4, but I bought one, 6 pack $15, case $60) and they still have quite a few cases of Pumpkings left. Open @ 11 am tomorrow. 4 Pumpkings per person. Naturally, I bought 4.
  7. Wife is out of town, I passed my Certified Ethical Hacker exam today, so I decided, in the words of Tom Haverford, to "Treat Yo Self!" Got 4 six packs and a Pumpking from Perfect Pour: Night Owl Pumpkin Ale - Elysian Brewing Company Jacques Au Lantern - Evolution Craft Brewing Company Fisherman's Imperial Pumpkin Stout - Cape Ann Brewing Company The Fear Pumpkin Ale - Flying Dog Brewery It is going to be a pumpkin, Orioles, Redskins, and Xbox filled weekend... I couldn't be happier. Evo makes an amazing porter, so I'm hoping for good things from their Jacques Au Lantern.
  8. Went to the perfect pour in Columbia, MD tonight. http://perfectpourcolumbia.com If you've never been, its worth the drive. Went on a Pumpkin binge. Here's what I got: Southern Tier Pumpking Star Hill Pumpkin Porter (excited for a Pumpkin porter, should be interesting even if Star Hill is hit or miss) Schalfy Pumpkin Ale UFO Pumpkin Ale (Bud Light Margarita for the wife) Add that to the three cheap pumpkin beers I already had (DFH, Blue Moon, and Shock Top) and I'm going to have myself a pumpkin taste test this weekend. Should be a good time. Edit: Perfect pour had a BUNCH of othe
  9. Just bought the Newcastle Werewolf Ale. It is a "blood red" ale. Sounds good, I'll let everyone know how it goes. http://www.cigaraficionado.com/webfeatures/show/id/16078 http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/342/71106
  10. Okay carpenters of ES, I need some help.... I bought custom blinds for some windows in my kitchen. Unfortunately, I'm a moron and didn't measure all the way at the top of the window frames. One of the blinds is about 1/2 inch too big for the top of the frame... it fits perfectly in the middle of the frame! Apparently frames aren't the same size all the way down... who knew? Anyway, is there a way I can shave the top of the frame a bit to make the blinds fit? Or am I screwed? Cutting the blinds is not an option, they are cellular shades.
  11. I haven't had the Lagunitas Rich Copper yet, but it is on my list of things to drink. I'm drinking a Little Sumpin' Sumpin' right now, love this brewery so far. Drink that Sierra Porter first and work your way down by color. I'm not a big IPA guy, but I'll drink anything Southern Tier makes. They know what they're doing. I've found myself having an allegiance to particular breweries, and therefore liking certain beers even if I'm not a huge fan of the style. (eg. I'll drink anything Southern Tier makes) I think I'm being unfair to breweries I don't know well. Whatever. Is that Sunny D
  12. Would be more believable if it was .gov and not .com.
  13. Date of offense is 11/20/2009 and date for court is 20 JAN 2009?
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