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    This site may help you out some jockey. ...

    This site may help you out some jockey.

    http://www.sans.org/reading_room/whitepapers/casestudies/1465.php
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    Is a degree a must? No. Is it a great plus? ...

    Is a degree a must? No. Is it a great plus? Yes. For example, I do not have a degree but I am doing very well in my career after about 6 yrs of working. I work for a security vendor making very...
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    Whax is a decent live cd, but Auditor takes the...

    Whax is a decent live cd, but Auditor takes the cake in my opinion. I can't wait for this release, it should kick ass. Thanks for the post.
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    Damn, what is crazy about this is the hammer...

    Damn, what is crazy about this is the hammer part. I thought about a green hammer. Hmmm...
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    Cool, thanks for the advice. I plan on using...

    Cool, thanks for the advice. I plan on using VMware for miscellaneous OS servers running various services, not so much for my actual attacking machine.
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    Well, I plan on only really using it in my home. ...

    Well, I plan on only really using it in my home. However, I am the type of person that prefers to go all out on this sort of thing just in case my intentions or needs change. What would your...
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    pcmcia wireless card decision

    Ok, here it is. I am currently looking to delve more into wireless security since I believe it is my weakest area of expertise along with a few other things. I just built out a beastly server to...
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    Poll: The main nic I use is Kilroy. I first started...

    The main nic I use is Kilroy. I first started using it back in 1996 when I was younger. However, I just googled Kilroy to see what came up and this is what I found: "Kilroy is a familiar image,...
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