I documented my experience like I did with the OSCP:
From the people who bring you BackTrack, there is a great online training and certification program.
After I completed the course modules I jumped on exploit-db and started recreating all of the buffer overflow exploits I could find. I would take one, strip out everything in the middle and try to get the same results. I probably recreated 50 exploits. The point of this was to get very familiar inside a debugger and to see first hand some of the obstacles you encounter when writing exploits.
If the original author only wrote it for XP, I'd write it for Vista or 7
KillJ0y wrote:Great review. I will be signing up soon, definitely. I promised my wife I would take a break after the OSCP. Of course I did the FC4 already just to see if I could do it. Thanks for the review. You and MaXe had a great experience even with the pain. LOL. I have to take this course. I am really excited now. Will it matter if someone uses BackTrack 5 instead of BackTrack 4 when taking the course??
H1t M0nk3y wrote:All my machines at home are 64 bits OS... I wanted to do the same as you and rewrite exploits at home, but I am a bit stock because of that...
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