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
OffSec student Christopher M Downs takes trying harder to another level: completing (and passing) his OSCP exam in the middle of a New Orleans flood. Read more about Christopher’s inspiring journey.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 and has been republished unedited and in its entirety 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
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