Practice your pentesting skills in a standalone, private lab environment with the additions of PG Play and PG Practice to Offensive Security’s Proving Grounds training labs.
Students will receive a taste of what it’s like to work on PWK with PG Play, featuring three daily hours of free, dedicated access to the VulnHub community-generated Linux machines.
A subscription to PG Practice includes all the features of PG Play plus additional Windows and Linux machines developed by OffSec experts with unlimited time on any targets. It even has retired OSCP exam machines for students to try their hand at.
Learn, have fun, and sharpen your hacking skills with new machines added monthly.
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|VulnHub community machines
Community-created machines from VulnHub are curated by OffSec, with new machines frequently added.
Play users receive 3 daily hours free access to community generated virtual machines. A $19/month subscription to Practice adds unlimited time and access to retired OSCP exam machines.
Machines are created by the experts at OffSec, including brand new challenge machines. We will occasionally feature retired OSCP exam machines.
|Multiple operating systems
Both Play and Practice feature Linux, but Practice has the addition of Windows OS.
With an upgrade to the Practice subscription, you receive an unlimited amount of time in Proving Grounds. Play has a three-hour limit.
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