MJK9550 wrote: »
Worth to get?
Thoughts about this cert?
Mike7 wrote: »
No. You still need to get CEH and ECSA first before going for LPT. CEH is a good intro to pen testing though and some HR folks like it. If you are still interested after getting CEH, check out eLearnSecurity, GIAC SANS and Offensive Security certs.
And the idea of telling others especially non-IT folks that you are a "Licensed Penetration Tester"? I will pass ..
beads wrote: »
I don't remember any breaking into boxes or writing a report back in the V4-7 EC|H nonsense. It was pass a couple of tests, send some money in with a local police background check (national or international not needed) and get a frameable certificate saying you were a sucker for cert.
Sounds like a good deal for EC-Council though.
To be eligible to apply to sit for the LPT (Master) Exam, candidate must either.
Be an ECSA member in good standing (Your USD$100 application fee will be waived); or
Have a minimum of 2 years working experience in pentesting (You will need to pay USD$100 as a non-refundable application fee); or
Have any other approved industry certifications such as OSCP or GPEN cert (You will need to pay USD$100 as a non-refundable application fee).
MrAgent wrote: »
I don't need the ECSA, as I have the OSCP. I am eligible to apply to take the course/exam.