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June 14th, 2006, 06:43 PM
June 14th, 2006, 04:06 AM
Thanks for the initial help. Very responsive newsgroup.
June 13th, 2006, 04:36 PM
After posting I found out that yes, I created the cert the first time around, but then I didn't complete the steps to set it up in the client machine. That explains. It is working flawlessly now and...
June 13th, 2006, 12:32 AM
Great. It was a messed up cert.
I recreated the cert, copied to the client and now I can connect. Thanks all for your help.
Just neet to sctart the scanning process now.
Yes, the nessus demo is running.
I started it by doing nessusd -D
OpenSSL 0.9.8a 11 Oct 2005
I installed the NessusWX client on Windows.
I launch the Nessus console, I do "Communications", Name=<IP address_Linux_Nessus_Server>.
Port number = 1241 (default)
Please let me know if there are specialized newsgroups to discuss Nessus commands.
Here is my question:
I've installed and launched Nessus on Fedora 5.
Going through the Nessus documentation...
Sure, yes, your objective should be a combination of a BS + technical graduate degree + certifications + masters.
However, if you are in the process of establishing priorities and seeking what you...
When you say degree route, is that a bachelors ?
If so, that would be the right thing to do because that is typically a requirement these days.
If it is a graduate degree, I would say I would...
Can you tell me on average how much one would charge to conduct audit, penetration tests and document vulnerabilities for a start-up ?
Assume you have only two front-end end servers and one SQL db...
I am not surprised at all. However, I do not discourage people from getting more certifications because:
1. The process of studying for certs usually bring additional level of knowledge and...
You made a very good point.
Unfortunately SANS will offer the GSEC in my town, but it is a kind of mentor session distributed in eleven weeks, 2 hours/week. I am not sure if it makes sense paying...
I want to take a hands-on security course to fill some gaps.
In my town SANS Giac Security Essentials courses are not offered.
I see that vigilar.com offers the ECSA (Certified Security Analyst)....
Imagine you are already a security engineer, holding a CISSP.
Which courses should one take to pursue forensic careers ?
I have seen courses from Foundstone and I am wondering whether those are...
Imagine I am employed full-time (mostly working in systems planning and security implementations).
My schedule allows me to work up to 20h/week as a part-time consultant.
If I take a...
Anyone here can suggest which 1 week review course or seminar for CISSP ? I live in Seattle, WA.