WilliamK99 wrote: »
As someone who has taken all 3, I can say CEH was the easiest even though it was closed book. The questions are basics and as long as you study for the test and do hands on with the tools you can pass... For me, the deepness of questions in GCIH and GCIA really make you think and work for the answers. Even though the tests are open book, open notes, you need to know the tools and the material on a much deeper level than you do on the CEH exam....
Clear answers on the CEH.
I had other training and experience, but for the CEH specifically all I used was Matt Walkers book and passed without a problem.
Took a bootcamp, but read Matt Walker's v. 8 book before going to bootcamp. Bought the Boson practice test and found it not very useful. Some of the Boson questions are way out there. The Boson test really killed my confidence. Then again, a training center test for C|EH and a test center version can be quite different. Sat the exam in mid-July 2014.
Download Kali Linux and spend a little time working with the tools mentioned in Walker's book. The paper version of Walker's book comes with a practice test. It can't hurt to try a few practice tests before spending $600 ($500 + $100 EC-Council qualification fee) for a test. Maybe someone else has a suggestion other than Boson. The C | EH practice test book by McGraw-Hill (same publisher as Matt Walker) does not seem to be new enough to cover v.8.
I am new to this forum. I am thinking of taking the CEH exam using the ilearning option from EC-Council. Just wanted to ask if anyone else has used it also ? Because its official training material, should cover all of the exam blueprint I hope.