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I’ve got some pretty good stories around this stuff. I’ll wait for someone to doubt my creds now. 

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Great info, much appreciated! 

Time to get to work

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AES256 is good, higher is always better.

CUDA servers are bruteforcing faster every day, but its not easy, and takes time.

I use an entire sentence for my domain admin password, which is also restricted to interactive logon on the server only.

for other passwords I start with something simple like a phone number

7178675309

Then I'll move the numbers around, add shift keys at different points to create special characters, and throw random letters on each end.

makes it semi easy to remember, but random enough to not be guessed right away.

 

n8 are you in IT?  You looking?  I'm around the DC area.  We have a few openings.  I manage desktop engineering.

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I’m always looking. Relocation required? I’m in the it security field but I’m at a point now where I’m looking at assistant director roles and things like that.  Building policy and road mapping and not chasing threats and what not. I’m 18 years in so it’s the road to the ciso.

Ive got a bachelor of science in information security

cissp

ccsp

ccsk

net+

sec+

itil v3 foundation and I have a feeling that I’ll be chasing my cism here towards the fall. 

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4 hours ago, n8ball2013 said:

I’m always looking. Relocation required? I’m in the it security field but I’m at a point now where I’m looking at assistant director roles and things like that.  Building policy and road mapping and not chasing threats and what not. I’m 18 years in so it’s the road to the ciso.

Ive got a bachelor of science in information security

cissp

ccsp

ccsk

net+

sec+

itil v3 foundation and I have a feeling that I’ll be chasing my cism here towards the fall. 

showoff

 

:(

 

:ninja:

 

When your at the top everyone is coming for you, friends, family, haters and even those who don't know you.. my advice.. KILL EM ALL

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Lol you should have seen the day I had the back and forth with a project manager who thought he had a mic drop email. Signed it 

project manager name, pmp. 

 

 

Challenge accepted sparky!!!!

 

Email change ended

THERE IS NO BUILD LOG!

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I'm about 19 years in at this point.  I do mainly engineering.  We have a pretty decent security directory right now.  I do have friends in homeland and DOD that always looking for upper level security guys.  Most of those require clearance but you're starting between 130-200k/yr

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Heh. Interesting turn of events

Got a spam email from someone claiming one of my old p/w was stolen and wanted an ransom.  Literally listed my password in the subject line. Turns out One of the forums I'm on got hacked right before I changed everything lol

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