This seems to be the CBK that I’m having the hardest time on, mostly because I know how to exploit the network very well, but do not have as much experience in configuring it. I passed though. 🙂
Funniest part is after another full week of studying it – I still got the same grade!!! HAHA!
This is the second day I have been away from my wife (excepting when the kids were born) since we were married almost 13 years ago… It’s quiet, somewhat peaceful, but definitely lonely!
I have only been without the children (except for births) a few times in their whole life, and except for births, it was because we went to Haiti.
The totality of being without my wife and children is very strange – it’s definitely quiet, peaceful, and interesting to not have such weight pressing down (additionally due to the fact that I am not at home, so the million chores that I need to do aren’t on my mind constantly) – but I can say with certainty that it’s not anything I’d like to practice long term… well, maybe a few more breaks from the kids would be nice! 😉
Now that I’ve finished the first 1200 page book, it’s time to move onto the second 1,000 page book. Is the week over yet?!?
It all seems like a lot of common sense, but there were quite a few terms that the All-In-One book didn’t cover for this CBK; some of the questions were tricky too regarding “whose responsibility is it”…
I think I definitely know out of all the CBK’s which is my strength so far… 🙂
I’ll be interesting to see how I do on application security.
Wow – this networking CBK was rough – there has to be like a gazillion networking terms that need to be memorized. The thing is, what I’m kind of frustrated about, is I don’t see much emphasis being placed on the security of the networking technology, more about the networking technology itself. It’s almost like you’re going for a CompTIA +Network. I did quite well on the CBK test – but I really REALLY need to review this chapter again if I get a chance…