Offensive Security Blog

  • Offsec Certifications

    Offensive Security Infosec Certifications in the Job Market

    A couple of weeks ago we published our comic Try Harder song, praising the OSCP certification and our students in general. It was really well received by our alumni, who related closely to the the theme of “Try Harder”. However, there is a more serious undertone to this than meets the eye.

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  • Multiple Persistent Usb Stores

    Kali USB – Multiple Persistent Stores

    One of the markings of the 1.0.7 Kali release was the introduction of Kali Live USB LUKS encrypted persistent storage, on which we further elaborated in one of our previous blog posts. However, we’re not done yet with USB persistent storage as more features in Kali remain to be explored. The feature we will discuss today boasts the ability to have multiple persistent USB storages which you can choose from at boot time. These multiple persistent storages can be either encrypted, or unencrypted, and can be chosen at boot time using the persistence-label boot parameter.

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  • Offsec Say

    Offsec Say – Try Harder!

    Offsec students go through hell. They endure levels of stress and frustration beyond what is considered normal, and we at Offsec appreciate this. So much in fact, that we’ve dedicated the following song to anyone who’s taken an Offsec course, and tried harder!

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  • Nethunter Dangerous A

    NetHunter 1.1 Released

    With the opening shots of 2015 fired, we are happy to make some announcements in the NetHunter arena! One of the things that excite us the most about Kali Linux is how our Kali projects always end up being greater than the sum of their parts. This is most evident in our Kali NetHunter Project – the first open source Android based penetration testing platform for Nexus and OnePlus devices. Wait, OnePlus phones? Yes! Our new NetHunter v1.1 release brings with it some great news – and so we begin.

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  • Offsec Happy Holidays 2014

    Happy Holidays from Offsec

    We at Offensive Security would like to thank all of our students, customers, and friends for a wonderful 2014. Its been a busy but productive year, with major upgrades to Kali Linux, the release of Kali NetHunter, the public launch of the hosted virtual labs, the first ever Kali Linux Dojo, upgrades to our student labs, lots of interesting R&D, a bunch of 0-days and a number of other accomplishments. We enjoyed the journey with all of you and here is to a fun and productive 2015! We wanted to thank you with this video we produced for all y’all.

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  • Offsec Playground Blog Post

    Professional Penetration Testing Labs

    For the past few months, we have been quietly beta testing and perfecting our new “Offensive Security Penetration Testing Labs”, or as we fondly call it, the “Offsec Playground”. Today, we are proud to unveil our hosted penetration testing labs – a safe virtual network environment designed to be attacked and penetrated as a means of learning and sharpening your penetration testing skills. The new design of the “Offsec Playground” includes multiple interconnected subnets with a wide array of modern operating systems, including Active Directory domains, Citrix systems, corporate Antivirus solutions as well as Intrusion Prevention Systems which attackers must learn to cope with.

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  • Drive Droid Kali Nethunter

    Bypassing Windows and OSX Logins with NetHunter & Kon-boot

    The Kali Linux NetHunter platform has many hidden features which we still haven’t brought to light. One of them is the DriveDroid application and patch set, which have been implemented in NetHunter since v1.0.2. This tool allows us to have NetHunter emulate a bootable ISO or USB, using images of our choosing. That’s right, you can use NetHunter as a boot device which holds a library of bootable ISOs and images…And so we begin:

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  • Raspberry Pi Tft Support V2

    Kali with Raspberry Pi TFT support

    Several weeks ago a request in the Kali forums prompted us to look at the integration of the Adafruit 2.8in TFT touch screen for Kali Linux. A few weeks and much less hair later, we are happy to announce the availability of this image in our Offensive Security custom Kali images section.

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  • Disarming Emet 5 1

    Disarming and Bypassing EMET 5.1

    Last week Microsoft released EMET 5.1 to address some compatibility issues and strengthen mitigations to make them more resilient to attacks and bypasses. We, of course, were curious to see if our EMET 5.0 disarming technique has been addressed by the latest version of the toolkit.

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  • Nethunter Update 1.0.2

    Kali Nexus NetHunter 1.0.2

    It’s been a week since our release of the Kali Linux NetHunter, and the feedback is amazing. A NetHunter community has sprung up from nowhere, and the forums and github pages are really active. We’re completely stoked about this community response, and are eager to see it grow. After an intense week of community testing and a slew of bugfixes (including shellshock), we thought it would be a good opportunity to release a NetHunter update. Please welcome NetHunter 1.0.2.

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