I personally find it odd that Bleeping Computer does not make the contents of their malware removal training program publicly accessible. Keep in mind that I am not talking about the 'training' aspect of the program, but rather the documentation. Would it not be beneficial to the community as a whole to provide a publicly accessible, read-only archive of these training materials? Why create detailed documentation for specialized removal tools, but then hide them away from the public? Why do all UNITE schools not want to make the information public? Sharing this information would allow interested people to acquire a new skill without the associated time constraints of a training program.
I'll admit that I was in the training program for a short while, but I had to stop because of time constraints. I really enjoyed reading the information provided to members of the program and feel that it would be an amazing addition to the community if this information were publicly available for anyone to study (minus the interactive content, like exercises, of course). I'm not trying to sound rude or demand anything, but it seems odd that a community focused on sharing knowledge would not want to share an entire library with the public.
I vote for a "Bleeping Computer Public Library". ;)
Edited by Kaosu, 09 July 2015 - 03:40 PM.