veritas_libertas wrote: »
I think it may eventually become considered the new CEH.
NetworkingStudent wrote: »
Interesting ..Looks like you get lifetime access:
Life-time access to course material means that you are free to decide when and for how long to study. The pace is entirely up to you.
I wouldn't be so sure. Look at the fine print. You may be right (I haven't checked), but you might want to double check it. I have "life-time access" to the WAPT training material...but only had a limited window within which I could claim my voucher and take the eWPT exam.
I somewhat agree with you, but not entirely. I feel like the only reason CEH has gotten the traction it has in the past few years is because of the DOD's adoption of it with 8570. Unfortunately...eLearn has the odds stacked against them for ever taking a spot in the DOD lineup...because it is not hosted in the US
elearnsecurity wrote: »
Check out our website next month. I heard they love italians in the Silicon Valley
JDMurray wrote: »
With regards to the March 2014 $99 special, how long can an enrollee defer starting the one month access? For example, can someone purchase the special in March but not begin the course until June?
No doubt man. Silicon Valley loves you guys. Its the Feds that aren't so keen on you, lol. Or at least they won't approve Vets to throw GI Bill money your way (at least last time I checked). Nonetheless, you've got my support. I'll tell anyone that eLearn was a way better investment of my time and money...compared to CEH (or anything EC-Council has to offer, for that matter).
With regards to the March 2014 $99 special, how long can an enrollee defer starting the one month access? For example, can someone purchase the special in March but not begin the course until June?This course sounds like the makings of a very interesting TechExams.Net blog article, but I can't start another project until early Summer.
I haven't explored the lab yet, but the course is great so far. Looking forward to finish all the slides and start playing with the lab
kanecain wrote: »
The only gripe that I have is with the site. Your login password cannot contain spaces or special characters. Just letters and numbers, and you're limited to 20 characters.
elearnsecurity wrote: »
Ahah thanks a lot. Some of the three letters agencies in USA already fell in love with our Hera Lab. So expect more acceptance in the next month
EXPL01TUS wrote: »
So, Armando... I saw PTPv3 was announced today, to be released around the time when you're suggesting everyone to check back. Does all of the sly winking about "acceptance" and checking back imply that you might be expecting accreditation?