Students can now take advantage of their PWK Labs IT network with the addition of 5 retired OSCP exam machines. Learn more about why we’ve made these changes.Read More
OSCP holder Rana Khalil shares her journey to becoming a cybersecurity analyst and her thoughts on what it takes to succeed.Read More
Considering a career in infosec? Mihai’s experience pursuing the OSCP and OSWE certs can help you determine your next steps. Get inspired with this case study.Read More
Get official answers to the most common questions about Penetration Testing with Kali Linux and the OSCP exam. Learn about requirements, prep, and more.Read More
Penetration Testing with Kali Linux (PWK) has gotten a massive overhaul for 2020. Find out what’s new in Offensive Security’s foundational pentesting course.Read More
Learn how dedication, mindset, and community empowered Suhyun Smith in her OSCP certification journey, and get her tips for success.Read More
Meet Mihai, a 16 year old OSCP holder and PWK graduate out of Romania. Read more about his tremendous start and journey into infosec.Read More
Samuel Whang, a PWK graduate, details his recommendations and a unique philosophical approach for those looking to pursue their OSCP.
This article originally appeared on Sep 24, 2019, posted by Samuel Whang. It has been posted with minor edits, with permission from the author. Original post: https://medium.com/@klockw3rk/my-oscp-guide-a-philosophical-approach-a98232bc818Read More
Our team is super excited to welcome Tony Punturiero, founding member and moderator of NetSecFocus, as Offensive Security’s new community manager. Some of you may know Tony already, as he’s been a knowledgeable InfoSec community member long before he officially joined us.
As community manager, Tony will ensure that OffSec does an even better job of communicating with our customers, listening to feedback, and advocating internally as the voice of our customers.Read More
It’s no secret that Offensive Security offers some of the best technical training in the information security field. Their brand has become synonymous with penetration testing in the eyes of most tech recruiters on LinkedIn.
Some of the most common questions I get on LinkedIn are related to the OSCP/OSCE/OSWP certifications. Some people even go as far as asking for solutions to their exam machines. Sorry, you won’t be finding anything like that here (TRY HARDER). I will however offer an honest review and offer some tips to help you decide if you are ready to take the plunge into any of these 3 awesome courses!
This article originally appeared on Jul 20, 2019, posted by Joey Lane and has been republished unedited and in its entirety with permission from the author. Original post: https://blog.own.sh/oscp-osce-oswp-review/Read More
In our recent blog post “What it means to be an OSCP” we asked OSCPs to share their experience of what it means to have earned this certification and we received many tales of hardship and reward. Mike Benich sent in an entry that we felt very much captured the essence of the Offensive Security mentality; that the path to OSCP is challenging, stressful, and demanding, but the results leave you with much more than technological expertise.Read More
When a student earns an Offensive Security certification such as the OSCP, it is a testament to the personal investment they have made as part of a commitment to excellence. Like getting a degree from a university, no matter what happens in your life from that point forward, the fact is your earned that certification and it is yours to keep. Saying this, there are some hard truths behind the path to OSCP.Read More
Over a year ago, when we first sat down and began on what would become Kali Linux, we realized that with all the major changes, we would also need to update our flagship course, Penetration Testing with BackTrack (PWB), to be inline with Kali Linux. With the release of Kali, we ensured that we mentioned the impact this would have on PWB and that an update to the course was in the works.Read More
We are happy to announce our first Public Hacking Tournament, labeled “How strong is Your Fu?“. The Hacking Tournament will last for two days, and may go on longer, depending on how long our machines survive. The reward ? The winner of the tournament will be able to choose ONE of our Online courses, free of charge. This could be either PWB, WiFu or CTP (30 day labs where relevant).
Registration for the contest,
Penetration Testing with BackTrack updatesRead More