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Date: Fri, 06 Apr 2012 23:26:59 +0100
From: Dave <mrx@...pergander.org.uk>
To: full-disclosure@...ts.grok.org.uk
Subject: Re: PenTest Market is for FREE Now

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On 05/04/2012 15:28, Krzysztof Marczyk wrote:
> We have great news for you. You can have PenTest Market for free now. Just
> create a free account and enjoy 50 pages of PenTest Market for FREE every
> month!  Register now from this link:
> http://pentestmag.com/wp-login.php?action=register
> 
> For those who didn’t have the opportunity to become familiar with PenTest
> Market – this is a new magazine devoted exclusively to pentesting/ IT
> security business. If you wonder: What emplyers expect from pentesters/ IT
> security specialists? How to become a pentester/ IT security specialist?
> How to recruit ideal pentester/ IT security specialist? How does
> pentesting/ IT security market work? How to start your own IT security
> company? What do clients expect from pentesting services? - this magazine
> is exactly for you!
> 
> Create an account for free and Download PenTest Market for Free!
> http://pentestmag.com/wp-content/uploads/downloads/2012/04/vol1-no1-March2012-PenTestMarket-yes.jpg.pdf


I'm a noob and there is nothing in this magazine I don't already know.
Although your mag might just enlighten the very clueless to some small extent.
Full disclosure is not the place to promote your advertisement riddled magazine.

This publication needs to target not pen testers and security specialists, but the clueless middle and upper management with business degrees
and little understanding of IT security.

There are real professionals here, proper coders and hackers, people with genuine skills (myself not included).
Can you imagine how they see your publication?

Regards
Dave

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