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Scott Moulton’s “5-Day Data Recovery Expert Certification”
My review is based upon what you wrote. As a member of this site and many others for a good number of years, you get to know people and your name has never come up. But, here is a review of a class, and if I don't know you or anything about you, then it makes it much harder ride along with the review based on other things you have reviewed, worked on, or talked about.
This was a discussion on the article, I was merely trying to do that.
To the point about the stand, you're correct, I don't do something specifically because someone else said do it/buy it, but a recommendation from another person who I have read their review before and then for myself tried things out and arrived at the same conclusion, goes a long way.
(actually it goes longer than that last sentence)
Why order a taco when you can ask it politely?
Alan B. "A man can live a good life, be honorable, give to charity, but in the end, the number of people who come to his funeral is generally dependent on the weather. "
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I am a member of a slew of InfoSec/IR/Forensics/Data Recovery groups but rarely post and if I do, it's 99% of the time under a pseudonym. Having one of the few names on this planet that 100% means that if you google it, you will find information about no-other-than-me has some severe disadvantages in our super-connected world, so I'm not surprised that you and likely others had to ask themselves "Ok, but.. whothehell is this guy?!"
This review is the first in what I hope will be a series of ways in which I can contribute back to the communities that have been so kind and helpful in providing their knowledge to the masses (regardless of if their advice went unheeded or followed).
I'll be speaking in August at the GFIRST conference put on by CERT/DHS so if any of your guys will be attending that in Nashville, TN, USA, I'd invite you to come listen to my talk on Incident Response techniques via the windows command line.
@Jamie: Thanks for putting up the bio info as well.