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    Default It's offical, I passed the OSCP exam!!

    Well I finally did it! I passed my OSCP exam! I completed my exam and submitted my report yesterday and this afternoon I got the official email notifying me that I passed the exam. It took me 12 hours this time.

    Thanks to everyone for your support and words of encouragement.
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    Congrats! I'd love to do this cert at some point down the road. It sounds like a lot of fun.
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    what is your job role?
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    Congrats! I'd love to do this cert at some point down the road. It sounds like a lot of fun.
    Thanks! It's an awesome course. I learned more from the course and certification challenge than any course I have taken to date. I highly recommend this course. If you want to learn pentesting/ethical hacking, this is the course.
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    what is your job role?
    I am a consultant/pentester. I started as a pentester March 2012. I had application and network vulnerability assessment experience, but was lacking the hacking skills for pentesting, so I signed up for the OSCP course.
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    Congrats man!
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    Congrats, awesome achievement!
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    Congrats!
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    That's awesome, congrats Now we are waiting for Justin's pass
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    Thanks everyone!
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    Master of Puppets, I think Justin will do well and I think he will pass it the first time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by r0ckm4n View Post
    I am a consultant/pentester. I started as a pentester March 2012. I had application and network vulnerability assessment experience, but was lacking the hacking skills for pentesting, so I signed up for the OSCP course.
    I'm on the vulnerability assessment/compliance and audit side of the house and would like to move over to the PenTesting side some day. I'm just biding my time, learning everything there is to learn before I attempt to make that transition.
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    Congrats! I need to get back on the horse with my certs!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmoore44 View Post
    I'm on the vulnerability assessment/compliance and audit side of the house and would like to move over to the PenTesting side some day. I'm just biding my time, learning everything there is to learn before I attempt to make that transition.
    With your experience, the OSCP course would be what you need to make the transition. I had network and web app vulnerability experience, but just didn't have the penetrating/hacking knowledge or skills.
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    Congrats! I need to get back on the horse with my certs!
    Thanks, Grinch! I agree, you should get back at it.
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    Congrats on the pass! That's an amazing accomplishment, would love to see your review of things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by r0ckm4n View Post
    Master of Puppets, I think Justin will do well and I think he will pass it the first time.

    Thanks guys...hopefully I can live up to the high expectations. Guess we'll find out in 4 days :-/
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    Thanks, Grinch! I agree, you should get back at it.
    Thanks! I had someone else inquire about a write up. I will post it up when I complete the write up.
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    Hey r0ckm4n,

    Congrats! What resources did you use outside the course material for buffer overflows/ASM/editing exploits?
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    Quote Originally Posted by YuckTheFankees View Post
    Hey r0ckm4n,

    Congrats! What resources did you use outside the course material for buffer overflows/ASM/editing exploits?
    Thanks, YuckTheFankees! I used the first 2 corelan tutorials, the grey corner tutorials and the SecurityTube buffer overflow and ASM primers. For me it helped to see this stuff several times, I also think it helps because people explain things differently and you may understand their style better or by that time you have been over it enough it finally clicks. One of the biggest thing that helped me was working in the lab.

    The Grey Corner: Stack Based Windows Buffer Overflow Tutorial
    https://www.corelan.be/index.php/200...sed-overflows/
    https://www.corelan.be/index.php/200...torial-part-2/
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    http://www.securitytube.net/groups?o...view&groupId=5
    http://www.securitytube.net/groups?o...view&groupId=6
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    Awesome! Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by YuckTheFankees View Post
    Awesome! Thanks
    You're welcome! There are more tutorials than that on corelan and grey corner, quite a lot actually. All of the SecurityTube megaprimers are good.
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    Before you started the OSCP, were you a complete newb to buffer overflows? Cuz I am haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by YuckTheFankees View Post
    Before you started the OSCP, were you a complete newb to buffer overflows? Cuz I am haha
    I was a complete newb to buffer overflows and that was my first experience with them. I still need some work with buffer overflows. I want to take the OSCE in the next year or so.
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    Congrats! I hope to accomplish this cert sometime in the next year myself. I have found the postings from you and the_hutch to very inspirational in regards to this cert. Both of you have obviously worked very hard.
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