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    Wink No eJPT.... it's the OSCP 4 ME! The Beginning of my Journey starts.....

    Greetings everyone!!!

    I am glad to be here today, thankful for another day to learn and grow. first I want to say thank you to the MANY people that came before me... who Passed the OSCP and left their study notes, journey, and tips on the OSCP.... I would like to thank Jollyfrog for his write up on the OSCP.... and the Mod that did the class on buffer overflow... I will be using those resources. I also want to thank everyone in advance for their moral support... whether it be in a comment, PM, or post.... I am going to need it. I'm going to take my time and do this the right way.... leaving updates here along the way.

    To all the people that have passed the OSCP by your powers combined I will pass this beast!!!!

    I am very excited to begin... Today I plan to study "Buffer overflow" and "Bash" when I get off work....and I will be going over the barebones eJPT material. When I get paid I will purchase the full OSCP course materials... and go from there.
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    Also this thread Is my study guide for the OSCP.... If Jollyfrog can do it... I can too....

    OSCP - JollyFrogs' tale
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    Good luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Fluxx View Post
    Good luck!
    Thanks!!!
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    Wow I didn't see this thread before. Good luck ITSpectre! When do you plan on signing up? I wonder if you'll make the 9/2 start with me. That would be great but even if you make the one a week later, we will still be starting close to the same time. I'll definitely follow your thread for updates along the way, and I'm on the Discord group too.
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    Good luck! How many hours a week are you planning on devoting to this challenge?
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    Quote Originally Posted by yoba222 View Post
    Good luck! How many hours a week are you planning on devoting to this challenge?
    For now im going to start learning things that I need to know

    Linux
    Powershell
    Metasploit
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    then take the PWK course after I have mastered these things
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    Powershell learning!!!!

    So far I am learning basic powershell and scripting... along with linux. Getting re-used to the CLI. learning how to do this will be essential to my OSCP exam so im taking my time to learn everything I can. I also ordered some books off Amazon that I used to have... the Books I have ordered are

    Red Team Field Manual
    The Hackers Playbook
    The hackers Playbook 2
    Metasploit the Penntesters Guide
    Black Hat Python

    All of these books I used to have before I lost them all in my storage unit that got sold. So its like im starting again.
    Notepad is my choice for saving my scripts that I am learning with powershell
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    Metasploit will probably be the shortest thing I study. Ive got RTFM, Hacker Playbook 2, Metasploit Pentesters Guide and Black hat python.

    If find that Violent Python a bit easier that Black Hat tho.
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    any books suggestion for buffer overflow and gdb?
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    UPDATE!!!

    Thanks to a Post made on this forum I found these tools that I will utilize over the weekend.

    OSCP Study Tools


    Notes: https://xapax.gitbooks.io/security/content/
    Recon Scripts: https://github.com/xapax/oscp
    Basic Linux Priviledge escalation: https://blog.g0tmi1k.com/2011/08/bas...ge-escalation/
    Windows Priviledge Escalation Fundamentals: FuzzySecurity | Windows Privilege Escalation Fundamentals
    The "System" challenge: https://decoder.cloud/2017/02/21/the-system-challenge/

    This is the Origional Post
    Are you interested or committed?

    On this post a Reddit was linked with good info about the OSCP

    Link to reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/AskNetsec/c..._up_am_i_just/
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    Quote Originally Posted by vynx View Post
    any books suggestion for buffer overflow and gdb?
    JDMurray made a good class on buffer overflow you can PM him for details... I will link his class here.


    JDMurray Said on a Post:

    Have a look at my Ethical Hacking: Buffer Overflow course at Pluralsight. It's four hours of detailed explanations about everything buffer overflows with almost no code examples. It's a nice change from all the YouTube BoF videos that start right away with assembly language and debugger output.

    You can sign up for a free trial subscription on Plualsight.com, or I can PM you a 90-day full-access code.
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