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March 18, 2023, 6:20 p.m. | /u/PublicAppropriate570

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I recently passed the GCFE course/exam with a score in the 90s. Going into the course i was nervious as i had no formal forensic exp, with only several years of cyber exp but was curious about forensics and trying something new. To provide a quick overview of what worked for me for others:

1. Take the course

2. Index the books and labs. What worked for me is doing a page number and subject index. The key as with …

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