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Entering a competition to learn and have fun not really to win; what it is, is a security competition. Where you set up a network and you are being attack and you try to maintain it.

Just starting out in it so dont know that much; but wondering where to go to learn alot about network security?

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There is no "overnight guide to network security".

My collective knowledge of network security started i'll say back in 1999 when I started programming and sniffing yahoo packets to cause people to get critical errors on yahoo messenger. Then morphed to current with Metasploit 4 and computer/digital forensics :)

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There is no "overnight guide to network security".

My collective knowledge of network security started i'll say back in 1999 when I started programming and sniffing yahoo packets to cause people to get critical errors on yahoo messenger. Then morphed to current with Metasploit 4 and computer/digital forensics :)

I have a background in Cisco just don't remeber all commands and all, i can't get into the accademy page since i graduated back in 08' Just need some meterial or labs for refreshal; im practicing in packet tracing.

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Why don't you watch the securitytube.net and IronGeek.com videos, there are plenty of infoSec information there.

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Why don't you watch the securitytube.net and IronGeek.com videos, there are plenty of infoSec information there.

Your Absolutely Right! I've been on irongeek all week watching videos from derbycon.

@OP there's actually a good talk on Red Teaming by Raphael Mudge (creator of Armitage) he talks all about the Collegiate Cyber Defense competition

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