I have a summer internship in Security Consulting, and was wondering what certs I should get before my start date that would benefit me on the job. I was thinking Net+, and maybe A+, though I've heard its useless. I will get my cissp eventually, but apparently need 3 years of field experience first.
So, what certs will help me prepare for a career in infosec?
Im a junior working on an SRA degree (Security and Risk Analysis) with a focus in Cyber Security. Last summer I interned as a security analyst intern. Other than that, I have some professional development / networking experience with a "professional business organization" im involved with on campus.
Also after doing some additional research, seems like sec+ and net+ are good "basic" certs to have, and I have decent knowledge of both subjects from my experience / college courses.
What do you think about Enpass Password Manager? Also password managers general.
been using Keepass for almost a decade; secure password generation and storage, still works across literally everything i own. why change?
Got some quick Hackintosh questions for you, /g/.
I've fairly experienced with Windows and Linux distros, but I want to expand the horizon by including OS X.
I ordered a Multicom Talisa U731 (http://www.multicom.no/multicom-talisa-u731-133-full-hd/cat-p/c/p10632082) and I was initially planning on simply dualbooting Elementary/Windows 10 on it, but since I work in retail selling computers, including Macs fairly soon, I wanted to get used to the OS I'll be showing off. Thus comes a few questions.
1: I've been looking through a decent amount of tutorials, but the only thing I can find about how to create a working bootable USB drive with OS X on it, is that I have to actually own an OS X based device. I do not have this at hand, nor do I know anyone who can lend me such a device. Is there another method of creating a bootable device without having access to an OS X device?
As in, is it possible to simply have an ISO-esque file with OS X in it and dump it on a USB drive, much like with Windows and Linux? If so, where do I get a working ISO that isn't sketchy as fuck, I.e., preferably not from a shitty torrent site.
2: Aforementioned laptop has a Skylake CPU, which apparently only got support in later additions to the El Capitan version. Has anyone tried using OS X on a Skylake-based system? Should I wait until Apple releases official Skylake Macs?
In general, are there any other incompatibilities with the laptop?
3: Last question, ties in a bit with the first one, mostly for simplicity sake: I usually have a USB drive lying around which has a few distros and Windows ISOs + tools on it which I created using YUMI. Would it be possible to add OS X in the mix?
You need a legit copy of OS X Lion install that on a machine that has compatible hardware go to the Apple store download El Cap use tonymacx86 software to burn the app on a 8+GB flash drive then your good to go keep that stick handy when you wanna reinstall OSX that way you can just install El Cap.
I'm building a Hackintosh this Friday or I might wait till the weekend to build it GPU is coming today rest of the parts won't be here till Thursday Friday at the latest.
Hey guys! I am building a new PC.
The processor is Intel I3-6100 3.7GHX, the ram is Kingston 8GB 2400MHz DDR4, the video card is GB gtx 950, the motherboard is ASROCK H110M-DGS, so will a 500W PSU good for it and how would you rate it?
GPU is starter(shitter) tier. If you have some money, invest some into 290 or 390. They will give you a long life time.
I'd think about switching motherboard to one of the Z series that supports locked skylake overclock (google "skylake non-K overclock motherboard list" ). This will boost your i3's performance quite a bit and give you a long shelf life.
500w PSU? What is that? what brand? what model? what certification?
I want to learn web development. Im a computer science student and I have knowledge of Python, Java, C, C++ and so on but I have never touched web development before and now I want to learn it.
What languages should I learn?
WHERE do I find good learning resources?
So far im thinking about
>Python and some framework
in that order. I'll give it a week.
> Youtube :-> Devtips
Look at the basics and try to copy some sites using open source libraries (see github?)
and frameworks like bootstrap or foundation, etc.
If you want to be hireable try learning the grunt and gulp build systems alongside bower (just google this stuff), and when you (think) you
go a grip on all this stuff try YO, aka. Yeoman out and learn different build environments / frameworks.
TL:DR: Build something, you lazy fag.
Why is it so good /g/?
Is there an equivalent that surpasses it on GNU/Linux ?
Been working on /Fedora/ for while, getting the hang of it, and I installed EMACS, the problem is I've been using notepad++ almost all of my Uni years and it feels so alien to use Emacs all of a sudden.
Linux Mint is not compatible with my laptop. So Xubuntu, Kubuntu, or Ubuntu?
Hey guys im building a low budget pc and i have one thing left to do. I want to be sure that the video card is compatible with the motherboard. I just have a paranoid feeling that i would screw things up. So the video card is GB GTX950 and the motherboard is ASROCK H110M-DGS LGA1151. Will it be ok?
Fuck you guys that said Gsync is just a meme. Just got my first Gsync monitor and its fucking amazing. I can't go back to a regular monitor ever again.
No screen tearing at all and since I can turn off Vsync, no input lag either. Not to mention with Vsync off, i'm getting 80-100 fps in BF4 and even when fps fluctuates between 80-100, Gsync makes it buttery smooth.
It only cost you an extra $200 on top of the monitor's usual cost.
And locked you into nvidia cards for the rest of the monitor's lifetime.
But adaptive sync is good, so it might be worth it to you.
Which python IDE would be best for small projects done by an idiot like myself.
Desktop art thread
AMD is building their next GPU using FinFET transistors! Nvidia fags on suicide watch.
What the fuck?
How do I get into cybersecurity /g/?