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Discussion in 'New Members Introduction' started by System error, Nov 7, 2007.

  1. System error

    System error Banned

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    Hi guys,

    I got a cute message from ADMIN$ asking me to introduce myself, I am a CEH, I have my Java fundementals, I will be doing the SCJP + CISSP soon "hopefully", so hello to you all + i'm sure we'll share some "usefull" info in the future.
     
    Certifications: ECDL, CEH, C++ and Java Fundementals.
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  2. nXPLOSi

    nXPLOSi Terabyte Poster

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    Welcome to CF :)
     
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  3. Stoney

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    Hello, welcome to Certforums. 8)
     
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  4. wagnerk
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    Hi & welcome to CF :)

    -Ken
     
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  5. greenbrucelee
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    Hi Welcome :)

    What do you do for a living?
     
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  6. System error

    System error Banned

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    Nothing at the moment, i'm to busy studying ):
     
    Certifications: ECDL, CEH, C++ and Java Fundementals.
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  7. BosonMichael
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    BosonMichael Yottabyte Poster

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    Certification without experience isn't very useful. Plus, you do know that you need 5 years of real-world, verifiable security experience before getting the CISSP, right?

    Welcome.
     
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  8. System error

    System error Banned

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    “ Originally Posted by System error
    Nothing at the moment, i'm to busy studying ): ”

    Yeah I know that, I meant i'll be doing the SCJP soon hopefully, I allready have 3yrs working as an IT Security pro so it'll be approx two years for the CISSP, but i'm not to bothered about that at the moment... my main worry is being fully prepared for the SCJP.
     
    Certifications: ECDL, CEH, C++ and Java Fundementals.
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  9. BosonMichael
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    Your main worry should be the trail of messages you're leaving as you condone unethical practices on this and other forums.
     
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  10. Rafek

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    Hello & Welcome
     
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  11. drum_dude

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    Welcome
     
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    Easy tiger, the guy has only recently signed up on CF:) Anyway, welcome to CF system error.
     
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  13. JonnyMX

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    He's been busy though.
    Read any of them?
     
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  14. BosonMichael
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    BosonMichael Yottabyte Poster

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    I'm not worried about him posting on CF... I'm concerned that he's headed for dangerous territory in his IT career. :badi
     
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  15. wizard

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    Hi there and welcome 8)
     
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  16. System error

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    In your career i'm pretty sure that you would have used some of the tools that i've coded (at some point or another) in order to perform ethical hacking, thus you should show me some respect as I show you respect.
     
    Certifications: ECDL, CEH, C++ and Java Fundementals.
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  17. Fergal1982

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    I dont really think its respectful to post threads blatantly telling "n00bs" how to circumvent the security at their work. Theres nothing ethical about it really. Yes, it may be a handy resource to use whilst testing a companies network, but the people doing that are not going to be n00bs. Therefore, the only possible purpose of your post was to encourage non-experts to circumvent security measures put in place to ensure the safety of the company and its resources.

    The posts you made were disrespectful to, not only the CEH certificate in general, but to the system admins around the world (Some of which populate the membership of this very forum) who work hard for their employers to ensure and maintain the security of their infrastructure. And to ensure that, for their own safety as well as the company's, the users are not gaining access to resources that are of dubious origin. This puts the company reputation at risk and, depending on the material, could lead to legal action against the company since its their resources being utilised. Not to mention that it puts the individuals job security at risk.

    All you have done on this forum is encourage people to break the rules enforced by the IS department of their company. Whilst there is some recourse for people to do just that, it should only ever be done with the full (written) permission of the employer to the inidividual in question.

    I give everyone a small amount of respect automatically. Positions of authority are given some more respect. Everything after that must be earned. Your actions and blatant disregard for the profession have lost you what little respect I afforded you in the first place.
     
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  18. Suttar

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    I totally agree with Fergal on this one, my other concern was the type off people that would search the net and find these threads and join expecting this to be a hacker forum. That won't happen now that the threads are closed.

    but please try to be respectful and not post these kinds of things in the future.
     
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  19. zebulebu

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    Tell me some of the tools you've coded - and I'll tell you whether I'VE used them.

    I'm a security admin and have used plenty of tools so I'm sure I will have come across some that you have 'coded'
     
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  20. BosonMichael
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    BosonMichael Yottabyte Poster

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    As Zeb stated, tell me what you've coded, and I'll tell you if I used it.

    Regardless, the unethical practices you've posted on this forum reflect negatively on you. If an employer were to see it, they'd never hire you to secure their network. If you want to make legit money doing this stuff, legally, think like an employer rather than like a "power user" who wants to "beat the system".
     
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