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  • Capture the flag event in MARCH

    http://www.sans.org/SANS2003/idnet.php

    Sounds like fun! Anyone would like to hook up with me and form a team?

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    Here is how not to host one...
    Linux Top Gun Hacker Contest Report
    http://features.slashdot.org/article...19&mode=thread

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    • #3
      ooh..a SANS event even..I bet they'll teach us all sorts of leet haxor techniques..like how to use the CPU hog exploit on NT 4.01 SP1 boxes..or that new pfh.c sploit..

      SANS = mostly useless

      I return whatever i wish . Its called FREEDOWM OF RANDOMNESS IN A HECK . CLUSTERED DEFEATED CORn FORUM . Welcome to me

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      • #4
        Originally posted by noid
        ooh..a SANS event even..I bet they'll teach us all sorts of leet haxor techniques..like how to use the CPU hog exploit on NT 4.01 SP1 boxes..or that new pfh.c sploit..

        SANS = mostly useless
        It's a training ground for Feds and other folks who haven't got a clue.

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        • #5
          my view of SANS

          I have to disagree that SANS training is useless.

          Yes it is geared toward the FEDs, and corporate environment. The training is very pricey. Yes there are a lot of "newbies" in the class.

          SANS training is a business just like any other (ATStake, foundstone, defensivethinking, etc.) Their main goal is to make money by teaching security.

          I think they do quite well in the businesss. Their instructors are very good in instructing and explaining things. Much better than you will find at a UC or junior college.

          That is my 2cents.

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          • #6
            Re: my view of SANS

            Originally posted by vtocsearch
            I have to disagree that SANS training is useless.

            Yes it is geared toward the FEDs, and corporate environment. The training is very pricey. Yes there are a lot of "newbies" in the class.

            SANS training is a business just like any other (ATStake, foundstone, defensivethinking, etc.) Their main goal is to make money by teaching security.

            I think they do quite well in the businesss. Their instructors are very good in instructing and explaining things. Much better than you will find at a UC or junior college.

            That is my 2cents.
            I don't disagree with you at all. I just think it's a waste of money for most people at a high level of experience and knowledge.

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            • #7
              How's this for a possible Defcon event?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by astcell
                How's this for a possible Defcon event?
                interesting, although I didn't get past the first page, I was afraid that it might be real.

                --simple3

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                • #9
                  how would you associate that with hacking AT ALL?
                  the fresh prince of 1337

                  To learn how to hack; submit your request

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by KeLviN
                    how would you associate that with hacking AT ALL?
                    Gimme a beer and I'll think of a way.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by astcell
                      Gimme a beer and I'll think of a way.
                      beer, it bonds us all together....
                      the fresh prince of 1337

                      To learn how to hack; submit your request

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by KeLviN
                        beer, it bonds us all together....
                        It does bond us, but it goes right through me. What irony.

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