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From the people who bring you BackTrack, there is a great online training and certification program.
sternone wrote:I will tonight also look on amazon what good beginners books I could buy for some more Assembly information. Any advise ?
sternone wrote:Unicorn doesn't allow you to give 200-254 as an option for hosts, you need Unicorn to give 192/26 or 0/24, that's why I ran into trouble...
sh4d0wmanPP wrote:Hmm, I really wanna do this course but lack the time right now. I can recommend Smashthestack.org IO challenges for anybody that wants to improve their exploitation skills before opting for OSCP. I found it beneficial as it improved my gdb knowledge and general Linux exploitation skills.
Currently contemplating if I should do eCPPT in the mean time (since they have flexible labtime) but a bit scared I know most of it already.
If you need custom shellcode and have no access to metasploit, this is a good resource: http://www.shell-storm.org/
sternone wrote:Thanks for your comments ajohnson, I appreciate it.
I just finished watching the first 5 videos of SecurityTube on Assembly for Hackers. I will watch the rest probably tomorrow. I speak and understand completely Hindi English now fluently ! :-) Great work from that guy, he's awesome and a good teacher.
sternone wrote:I also ordered the 2 books from Amazon plus the one that I wanted to read since a while : http://www.amazon.com/The-Web-Application-Hackers-
sternone wrote:I know that the 30 days to finish the lab isn't going to work. It will be a 90 day walk for me, that's for sure.
sternone wrote:My question is: Are the offensive books on Amazon are worth it ?
sternone wrote:Metasploit: The Penetration Tester's Guide
sternone wrote:Metasploit Penetration Testing Cookbook
sternone wrote:Advanced Penetration Testing for Highly-Secured Environments: The Ultimate Security Guide
sternone wrote:The Basics of Hacking and Penetration Testing: Ethical Hacking and Penetration Testing Made Easy
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