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    Default SEC 504 / GCIH Prep

    So I took the plunge and will be taking SEC504 in a couple of months with the intention of also taking the GCIH exam. As this is a step slightly out of my wheelhouse I want to know what are some good things to study or practice with, leading up to the class. I took GSEC and scored high on it, so I can deal with technical details.
    What books, OS / Linux commands, prep work would you recommend to get me up to speed so I am not caught off guard by the class?

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    -J
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    They walk you through most of it. Biggest thing that probably will help you, especially if you plan on doing netwars, is having a good knowledge of Linux (commands, directories, etc.). Otherwise, just have fun.
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    +1 on Linux. My team missed the coin by 1 minute mostly because we had only 1 guy that was Linux heavy. Us windows guys just watched him work at some point.
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