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    daniel-lowrie87

    Off the top of my head, I can't remember if I had any specific logging turned on other than defaults, or if the default auditing would catch anything that would leave a trail of breadcrumbs back to the attacking machine. Not every system you encounter will be logging the same way. I assume, YES.

    Assume that every box you're testing is logging. And that can easily be checked by spinning up a lab and performing the steps, then check the logs. Not only will you know for sure, but you'll have the experience which reinforces the knowledge. Don't forget to document the steps you took, any roadblocks you encountered and how you overcame them, and your results. Be DETAILED! There will be things you'll forget, so having it documented can be a real life/time saver when you attempt similar activities in the future.

    The best way to really learn this stuff is to do it! What seems like an easy thing on paper can prove to be a bear in reality. So fire up some VMs and spend some time Red Teaming, then throw on your Blue Team hat and see what's up.

    I hope this helps.

    Daniel Lowrie

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    daniel-lowrie87

    Hey, Reginal.

    If you go to the Overview video there will be an "Episode Files" link over the top right corner of the video area. That should get you what you're looking for.
    0_1543242694168_CEHFileDownloadArea.png

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    daniel-lowrie87

    Congrats, Julian! I'm glad we could be a part of your success and thanks for the kind words :)

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    daniel-lowrie87

    Typical turnaround time for an episode to hit the course library is usually just a few days. There are a few things that can make the time it takes to vary a bit, but that's the average.

    The CEHv10 series has just begun filming, so the first few episodes will probably be in the course library next week barring any hindrance.

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    daniel-lowrie87

    Fear not, Brian! :D
    The course is only about half complete. We are recording new episodes and adding them as they get edited. It should be complete within the next couple of weeks (there is A LOT of material to cover and I want to be as thorough as possible). So keep an eye out for more episodes as they're added and thanks for your question.

    Daniel Lowrie

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    daniel-lowrie87

    Hey Penny,
    Sorry that you're having a bit of trouble with your nmap scan. Let's see if we can't figure out the problem.

    Let's start by verifying your IP information.
    From your Command Prompt type ipconfig and press <enter>
    Look for...

    IPv4 Address. . . . . . . . . . . . : <your IP address here>
    

    If your IP address isn't 192.168.219.something then this could be why your scan isn't working. But not to worry.
    Once you have your IP address information, try running...

    C:\>nmap -sT <your IP address here>

    This should return some results. Then you should also be able to scan live hosts on your network giving nmap a range of hosts (like 192.168.0.30-50), or just scan the whole network using CIDR notation (like 192.168.0.0/24).

    I hope this helps you and let me know if it does. If it doesn't, let me know that too and we'll continue troubleshooting.

    Daniel

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    daniel-lowrie87

    From what we've been give from CompTIA, you are spot-on as to where this exam sits between CASP and Sec+. It looks like the exam objectives are available so you can self-study those, but as far as "Official" study-guides or courses, those will be forthcoming as they take time to create and the exam is so new. We will be creating that content here in the near future, so be on the look out for that. Until then we have Pentesting content that will help supplement your self-study.

    https://itpro.tv/course-library/penetration-testing/

    Other penetration testing certifications will almost certainly have overlap as well, so looking at their material could help as well.

    Hope that helps,

    Daniel

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    daniel-lowrie87

    @christopher-zaloba This is a tricky question to answer because there are so many variables to consider. Also there is a lot of "plausible deniability" that would come into play.
    That being said, this is really the type of question that you would have to ask a lawyer to get actual, legal verification on.

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    daniel-lowrie87

    You should be good to go by just putting double-quotes (" ") around your path like so...

    if [ -e "/usr/local/custom/path/filename" ] ; then...

    I hope that gets the job done for you.
    Daniel

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    daniel-lowrie87

    Hi Walter, I think that this post might have the needed information you're looking for.

    https://www.hackerway.ch/2013/01/11/how-to-successfully-revoke-an-openvpn-certificate/

    Let me know if that works for you.

    Daniel

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