I am about to start Offensive-Security "Cracking the Perimeter (CTP)" course, which leads to the OSCE exam.
Having done "Pentesting with Backtrack (PWB)", I now the guys at Offensive-Security will once again provide me with a tough but excellent course.
To get ready, I have spent the last 2 weeks getting back to Intel x86 Assembly programming. Call me crazy, but I actualy enjoy coding in assembly! I bought a 60 day lab package and my goal is, in order:
1) Go through all videos and do all exercises.
2) Start hacking machines in the lab and build my "toolbox".
3) After the lab time is over, spend a month or two in my own lab working on my weaknesses.
4) Once I feel I master what is in the course content, buy another 30 days of lab and start getting ready for the exam.
So for those who have done both courses, did you change your approach from PWB to CTP?
I am very excited to start this course! I am ready to suffer once again!