SEC542: Web App Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking
FOR610: Reverse-Engineering Malware: Malware Analysis Tools and Techniques
SEC760: Advanced Exploit Development for Penetration Testers
I've heard good things about all of them. One of the differences I see between SANS and Offsec is the latter seems to lean more toward testing than training while the former is the opposite.
SEC542 - I see this as an opportunity to pick up some fundamentals that I didn't get in OSCP and fill out the knowledge I did get. My concern is with the age of this course and that some of the material/techniques might be dated or too much review when compared to OSCP.
FOR610 - Again, a chance to expand on my IDA, assembly, reverse engineering. Less concerned with datedness as I think the techniques don't change as much.
SEC760 - In some ways, this course looks the most intriguing to me but my concern lies in the fact that a) it's listed as a beta course and b) I might not be ready for it. I've always been a bit leery about taking new courses since they often have bugs/growing pains. Add to that, my only experience with exploit writing has been with Windows XP/7 and only on 32 bit systems and nothing kernel-based. This course would be the hardest (obviously) and require the most research beforehand. I only got about half of the quiz questions.
Anyway, appreciate any input.