The only provider of true performance-based penetration testing training and ethical hacking courses for over 8 years.
Experience the industry’s most realistic penetration testing security training courses and certifications. Taught by the developers of the professional Kali Linux distribution, our information security training will immerse you into the deep-end of hands on, real world pentesting.
Our cutting edge penetration testing labs provide a safe virtual network environment designed to be attacked and penetrated as a means of learning and sharpening your penetration testing skills. A sought after service for both attackers and defenders.
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The OSCP is a certification that has already gained a very solid recognition and I only hope and expect that to continue. I’ve taken a couple of other security related certifications including the CEH, Security+, CISSP and the TigerScheme QSTM. If I had to select a candidate to perform a pen test on a client network, the OSCP certified candidate would get the job every single time. Read OSCP Reviewiodigitalsec
I have had extensive experience with industry certifications, and I can say without a doubt that Offensive Security trainings and certifications are in a league of their own. The training they provide develops real technical skills, forcing you to leverage what you learned to solve complex problems, rather than the traditional multiple choice question format.Read OSCP ReviewAndrew McNicol
Last years event was a rousing success, with many attendees staying all day long and working through the multiple exercises. We had such a great time, we wanted to do it again. This is a great chance to get hands on with Kali 2.0, learning the cutting edge features and how to best put them to use. In this two session workshop series, we will be covering how to create your own custom Kali ISO that is tweaked and modified to exactly fit your needs. This will be followed up in the second session with a hands-on exercise of deploying Kali on USB sticks so that it contains several persistent storage profiles, both regular and encrypted – including the LUKS nuke feature.