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    2016 Goals: GCIH, OSWP - DONE!
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    Awesome, congrats! You eyeing CTP at all? I noticed their Advanced webapp course is going online soon as well.
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    Gratz! enjoyed reading the blog about it
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    Quote Originally Posted by YFZblu View Post
    Awesome, congrats! You eyeing CTP at all? I noticed their Advanced webapp course is going online soon as well.
    Maybe in the future. I have to renew my VCP and I want to get the CISSP this year.
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    Congrats!
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    Congrats! Great write up.
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    Wow cool, congratulations!
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    Congrats!

    Do you have any lessons learned or advice that you wish you knew prior to taking on the venture?
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    As far as lessons learned. All I can really say is try harder. I couldn't quite grasp the idea before the challenge, but I certainly can after passing.
    I guess just be prepared to do a lot of research. Nothing is going to be handed to you, as was my case with "sufference". I am an avid Linux user, so using Kali wasn't a big deal to me. The more of Linux you know, the better off you will be.
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    Congrats on the pass!

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    Congratulations!
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    Congrats man. Knew you had it this time around.
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    Congratulations on passing the OSCP! OSCE next?
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    Maybe next year. I did enjoy the buffer overflow section of the course. I was able to understand it and make sense of it all.
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    Congrats! Never gave up. Very cool!!
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    Thanks. No I didn't give up, I only tried harder.
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    What kind of programming skills is required to pass this exam?

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    Be able to edit existing exploits, cross compile for different OS's, troubleshoot (google) error codes, repeat until the exploit works. Really the minimum is taught in the course, but I spent a lot of time searching error codes to clean up code and get it to compile.
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    Even that is beyond the scope of the class. I don't come from a programming background, but I can script when needed. You just need to be able to modify code to suit your situation.

    Its really not that bad.
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    Good blog, I like the cat walking, LOL
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    Nice review and of course congrats
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    Congrats man. Your persistence is admirable. Well deserved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackBeret View Post
    Be able to edit existing exploits, cross compile for different OS's, troubleshoot (google) error codes, repeat until the exploit works. Really the minimum is taught in the course, but I spent a lot of time searching error codes to clean up code and get it to compile.
    So Ruby?
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    Congrats!
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