Voodoo2

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  1. It's a dream of mine to one day have my own security company. I understand the basic outline of a Penetration test, but I dont think I have enough experience to provide the kind of service yet. Good news though is that I do have some leads on a pentesting type job.
  2. I will stop in sooner rather than later.
  3. Hi Everyone. I'm new to the forums, but I used to be subscribed to Binrev a long time ago. I'm trying to pursue a career as a pentester. I was just wondering if anyone had any solid advice on gathering pentesting experience? I already have a home pentesting lab and I already have my Ethical Hacker certification. I just wanted to hear what you guys think. It is frustrating because employers have such unreasable expectations when it comes to pentesting experience.
  4. I recommend securitytube.net. It provides volumes of information to aspiring network security professionals. Setting up a home pentesting lab is a great way to learn and develop one's security skills. I will critique you a little bit and tell you that I wouldn't create a VM as far back as Windows 98. It's too old. Use Metasploitable. Metasploitable is a purposefully flawed Linux operating system. You can run buffer overflows and other exploits against it.
  5. I can't really elaborate on the question very well, nor do I want to (no offense). I just wanted to say, that is an amazing quote. Also, (no offense again) I hope that isn't the final title of your book. Something about it... eh.
  6. Speaking more on the home survielence angle, ISpy sounds like a magic bullet when it comes to home security. I've been wanting to set it up for a while now, but I havent gotten around to it. I like it because it has features like: Motion Detection ThresholdsAudio Detection ThresholdsScript LaunchingSmart Phone SupportI've been draggin my feet on setting up this project. The manual seems very long and I dont feel like reading it. Also, I tried doing this with Linux motion which burned me out to this idea. I'm sure is has the capability of being a nanny cam. I just noticed how old this thread it. The dude probably isn't even checking it anymore.