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Written by:gabbana
Published by:SAJChurchey
Published on:2004-03-01 17:48:24
Topic:Announcement
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NGSEC Security Certification is a service that certifies your real Security/Hacking skills.

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Obscurity
2004-03-01 23:14:21
Hah, that was some really cool tests, even though I failed them. Mighty fine if you ask me :)
bb
2004-03-02 22:51:33
free, lol they used to try and charge 50$ for that. we used to get a discount.
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