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Since I am fresh out of college this was a definite eye opener. This course was very valuable in that it gives a view of most tools available for auditing networks. -Ryan Awai, Eisner LLP
Since I am fresh out of college this was a definite eye opener. This course was very valuable in that it gives a view of most tools available for auditing networks.
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