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    Hi All,

    I got a lot off help from guys on this forum with my OSCP adventures and just wanted to let you know I made it.

    Got the email early this morning from Offsec that i have passed, have to say it was an experience well worth the pain.

    Now onto other adventures, but first i am taking a week off to enjoy some much missed TV and xbox time. Between Cissp and OSCP i have not had a life a while now.

    I wrote a short blog off my experience if anyone is interested in doing the course.

    Nazil's Ramblings: OSCP PWK Experience
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    Congrats! Looking forward to reading your blog post
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    Great Job
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    Awesome. Congrats
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    Congratulations on the pass
    I've been looking at this course for a while and I thought that learning some programming and scripting would help me a lot before I started the course.
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    I read your blog post. OSCP is one of those items on my checklist I hope to achieve eventually, but it's the required time commitment that's getting in the way (work schedule). Great job on the pass, and feeling that victory after banging your head against the wall is like feeling the warm sun shine on you after a month of total darkness.
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    Congrats, that's a huge achievement!
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    Congrats! The OSCP is a cert on the rise - both in prestige and salary earning potential!

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesleecoleman View Post
    I've been looking at this course for a while and I thought that learning some programming and scripting would help me a lot before I started the course.
    I think that's a really smart way of preparing yourself. For me personally, a deeper understanding of programming paradigms has allowed me to 'think-outside-the-box' of a systems administrator/engineer - think about *lloc() in C/C++. Also, I'm taking a hardware security class which helps you really understand device logic and why Don't-care terms has revolutionized technology but has also left a big vulnerability as well.
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    Congrats! Thanks for the review.
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    What a superb blog Naxdee, thanks for sharing and congrats on your pass!
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    Congrats on passing the OSCP, as others have stated it's a great achievement, one that is on my list of to-dos.
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    Congrats man! Hopefully I will be joining you in the passing club in two weeks.
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    Congrats on passing and thanks for the writeup. Gives me some hope for when I manage to set aside several months of my life to tackle this.
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    Congrats on the pass. Good, it is a difficult cert
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    Thank you for the excellent write up and congratulations!
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    thanks all, few months back i would have never thought i can pass this exam. After a while it becomes an addiction and all you can think off is breaking into the next machine and then looking like an idiot with a stupid smile on your face when you crack it.
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    This is a great achievement! What's next?
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    thinking between eWPT or eWPTX
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    Congrats! Nice job.
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    Congrats! OSCP is a lot of fun The eLearnSecurity courses are pretty good too. I'm currently working through their PTPv3 course, but their web ones look great as well.
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    Congrats! Well done.
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