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    abrasevo
    Participant

    Wanted to make a thread for folks to share what you’re learning either from Cybrary courses or outside experiments. If you find something fascinating share it, if you just want a quick clarification (that may not warrant its own thread) share that too. If you’ve got a project you’re working on that has absolutely nothing to do with IT at all, what the heck, share that as well.

    #50183

    TREVORH
    Keymaster

    I’m reading about NIST SP 800-171: Protecting Controlled UnclassifiedInformation in Nonfederal Information Systems and Organizations

    http://nvlpubs.nist.gov/nistpubs/SpecialPublications/NIST.SP.800-171.pdf

    #50219

    abrasevo
    Participant

    I’m digging deeper into NMAP, it’s something I’ve used for a few years now but have gotten to where I only use a couple scans. NMAP is really powerful and I felt it deserved some brush up.

    On piece that I had forgotten was performing a ping scan (ICMP host discovery) when the target network blocks echo requests (ICMP code 8) can still be accomplished using ICMP codes 13, or 15. These are time stamp requests and netmask request codes and NMAP can use this to bypass firewall which block echo request with the -PP -PM (respectively) switches.

    #50246

    The Rapture
    Participant

    That’s good information to know @abrasevo . I will have to remember that for when I encounter it.

    I scheduled my Sec+ (finally) yesterday, and so I will be taking that on the 29th. Then after that I will be studying for the CEH (Again). I missed the CEH by 6% a few months ago, and I suspected that it was because I didn’t really have a good networking foundation. I got my Network+ and have been just reviewing for the Sec+ now for a while. I feel like 3 certs 3 months apart is a pretty ambitious endeavor, but one I am excited to work towards.

    #50253

    mjf1nk
    Participant

    Finished up the Security+ courses.

    #50307

    Great article about microservices software architecture
    http://martinfowler.com/articles/microservices.html

    #50363

    Kn1ghtM@r3
    Participant

    Working on my CCFP certification

    #50365

    abrasevo
    Participant

    @elementhttp I’ve seen these applications a lot lately and they’re definitely popping up more an more. It seems almost like a front end application of OOP in a way. I didn’t realize this was becoming it’s own programming paradigm. This could potentially change the way future enterprise software is developed by using a single container and just customizing the internal apps associated by job duties and as duties change only a light application change is necessary rather than a software overhaul. Great article and thanks for sharing!

    #50388

    usman47
    Participant

    Watching Security+ Videos

    #50445

    zayud05
    Participant

    ruby programming at udemy

    #50459

    fucking99@sons
    Participant

    Learned about the NAS, SAN, DAS in cloud+,,,,,
    explained in detail by Justin and also learned about many communication protocols and channels….
    Thanx Cyberary.it because these things are hard to find in detail on many websites,,,,even wikipedia also doesn’t have this ability….

    #50474

    silentkiller
    Participant

    Going through the security+ course, can’t wait to start the pen testing course. Got into cyber-security 9 months back and now I’m in love with it, the unquenchable thirst for knowledge in this field drives me to eat sleep and breathe security.
    Thanks to CYBRARY, its team and all its helpful members for posting and maintaining this amazing source of information for people with all skill levels and that too free.

    #50479

    willisb12
    Participant

    Finishing up CISSP training – I have read quite a few books and gone through 2 boot camps and Kelly Handerhan is by far my favorite instructor for this course. Some trainers go off on tangents, she stays on topic and gives relevant real world examples.

    #50480

    R3S3T
    Participant

    I’m studying for C.EH and reading 2 books,Black Hat Python and Pratical Malware Analysis 🙂

    #50496

    Dissonia
    Participant
    #50499

    Harry Siva
    Participant

    Working on CompTIA Security + going through lesson Risk related concepts – Excellent

    #50520

    jakaprana
    Participant

    Learn Python for Security Professionals.

    #50779

    tezcatlipoka
    Participant

    Learning everything from the beginning and can’t wait to start the pen testing course. Thanks cybrary, such a good website!

    #50813

    TDSChris
    Participant

    Just completed the CCNA training here on Cybrary – plan on taking my ICND 1 & 2 exams soon to bring my certification current.

    #50843

    The Rapture
    Participant

    Keep up the good work everyone!

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