Alright, here we go.
EC-Council Deflects After Calls of Most Recent Plagiarism
Just so I'm not missing anything, this is the password requirements that are being communicated.
1. "Special characters" means only "!".
2. Change password error says 20 character max.
3. Requirement say 60 character max.
4. 80 characters works.
5. The CAPTCHA is a lie.
Ah, there it is. It appears that the only special character that works, is "!".
$ tr -cd 'a-zA-Z0-9\!' < /dev/urandom | head -c 43; echo
Trying this time in a vanilla Microsoft Edge in Windows 10. Let's see if a CAPTCHA exists.
Doesn't meet the password requirement policy of:
"password length should be 8-60,at least contain a lower case letters(a-z), and uppercase letters(a-z),numbers(0-9) and special characters."
(Grammar and punctuation errors theirs)
Yeah, no. You can't have my phone number.
What CAPTCHA??? My adblocker is even off. There's nothing there.
This is all sorts of broken. If I do a 20 character random ASCII base-94 password, it tells me I am not meeting password requirements.
If I do a 60 character random ASCII base-94 password, it tells me I need to complete the non-existing CAPTCHA.
When you get the confirmation that you passed your exam from EC-Council, you setup an account at their ASPEN service.
It won't let you paste in a password from your password manager. You either have to type it in manually, or let the browser auto-fill.
Definitely had hookers and blow on his brain in his final moments.
Curious if the NSA will ration their water use in Bluffdale, #Utah due to our extreme drought.
"Estimates have ballparked the water usage ... around 1.2 to 1.7 million gallons every day..."
If we're grass shaming, we can start here.
Anyone willing to gown this rabbit hole?
"Frameworks such as ATT&CK and D3FEND provide mission-agnostic tools for industry and government to conduct analyses and communicate findings."
#ECCPlagiarism started becoming a thing on Twitter, as there were at least 5 other blog posts by different authors in the community that were found to be plagiarized.
So what did EC-Council do? Take down the entire blog of course!
Is it just me, or does that also tell you they're afraid of discovery?
Here's their statement regard the plagiarism. It's as hollow as you would imagine.
* System administrator for XMission
* Creator of https://ciphermonkey.rocks
* Threatened by what3words for sharing Free Software
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