Bruce Passed EC-Council CEH v10 Exam on 9th October

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I enrolled in the EC-Council iClass Self-Paced CEH v10 Course on 25th June, 2018 and passed the CEH (Certified Ethical Hacker) exam today. I would recommend the official courses from EC-Council as the CEH v10 course ware (2294 pages) is informative and well-organized. The iLabs lab modules are fantastic; it saves you huge time to set up your own labs. (I also attended the official iWeek online live class for ECSA v10. It’s helpful and effective as well.)

The CEH v10 exam itself is straightforward, but it does take a lot of time for me to get insights to or review the technical details, say, the TCP 3-way handshaking and flags. There are a lot of commands, tools and related arguments to memorize and exercise.

Besides the official course ware, I used the following as supplements:

My milestones are updated as follows:

  • Milestone #1: PMI + CISSP
    • 2018/04/09 ACP
    • 2018/04/27 PBA
    • 2018/06/19 CISSP
    • 2018/07/10 RMP
  • Milestone #2: ISACA
    • 2018/07/24 CISM
    • 2018/08/13 CRISC
    • 2018/08/28 CISA
  • Milestone #3: ISC2
    • 2018/09/07 CCSP (originally scheduled on 2018/09/14)
    • 2018/09/13 CSSLP (originally scheduled on 2018/09/28)
    • 2018/09/25 CISSP-ISSEP (bonus)
  • Milestone #4: EC-Council
    • 2018/10/09 CEH (originally scheduled on 2018/10/15)
    • 2018/10/29 ECSA

My DESK for the certifications:

  • Discipline: goals and commitments
  • English: critical to the non-native speaker as I am
  • Study: the room/environment for study and the methodology
  • Keeping going: persistence and lifelong learning

 

 

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