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Boson Releases ExSim-Max for CEH 312-50

Written by Kelly Mansfield | Feb 6, 2012 6:46:00 PM

Nashville, Tenn. (February 6, 2012) – Boson Software, LLC, announces the release of ExSim-Max for CEH 312-50. This practice exam software helps prepare information security specialists to obtain the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) v7 certification. With this offering, Boson—already a provider of industry-leading Cisco, Microsoft, and CompTIA exam simulations—brings its expertise to the world of EC-Council certifications.

According to EC-Council, "To catch a hacker, you need to think as one." The CEH 312-50 v7 certification evaluates a candidate's ability to anticipate techniques a malicious hacker might use to compromise target systems. Successful candidates prove that they have the knowledge necessary to help protect computers and networks from potential attack.

Boson's CEH exam preparation product includes three full-length practice exams and covers all of the concepts tested on the EC-Council CEH 312-50 v7 certification exam. “Our ExSim-Max for CEH 312-50 helps ensure that a candidate has the knowledge necessary to pass the CEH exam and helps prepare a candidate for the types of questions found on the exam," said Josh Evitt, a lead content author at Boson.

Boson's ExSim-Max products are the most comprehensive and representative exam simulations available. Boson's subject matter experts have extensive hands-on experience in the IT field and over 50 years of combined experience writing about IT subjects. Boson is proud to bring this level of skill to the realm of the EC-Council exams.

Boson Software, LLC, is a privately held company that provides robust learning solutions that include the ExSim-Max practice exams and the NetSim network simulator for Cisco products. Boson’s products are used worldwide by individuals, businesses, academic institutions, and government entities. Through its affiliate, Boson Training, LLC, Boson offers instructor-led training for Cisco technologies and for security technologies, including the EC Council’s Certified Ethical Hacker™ program. Boson is headquartered in Nashville, Tenn., and also has offices in Tampa, Fla.