OSCP is an excellent use of your money. I recommend it highly!! I have never been in a course with so much hands on problems solving since the CCIE. And this is the first course in a series offered by muts and the offsec crew. I would say that 60 days is a good option and gives you some flexibility to study some things that you may…
Long overdue, our live course “Cracking the Perimiter” (CTP) is finally going online. Our ETA for the live course is the 3rd of June, 2009. We have an outstanding waiting list for CTP online, so it might take a while for registration to ope…
You won’t regret taking classes from Offensive Security. timmedin is right about not covering business aspects, but if you want practical, hands-on experience at a very reasonable price, OffSec101 (now called Pentesting with Backtrack) is an amazing class.
I have a question, how long take to do the complete training?
I highly recommend getting 60 days of lab time. It will take some time to work through all the materials, and you will want to have some time to get through the final challenges, as well as the “extra mile” exercises, and perhaps to work on additional…[Read more]
For those of you who have taken the OSCP exam, how long did it take you to complete it? It’s my understanding that you’re given 24 hours to complete it, but I’m wondering what the average time to completion is.
I can say I probably had enough points to pass after 10 or 11 hours, but I don’t like the idea of “just…[Read more]
I recently took the OS101 course (now called “Pentesting with BackTrack”) and passed the OSCP exam. I have to say, this is by far the best security training I have taken, and likely the best technical training I have taken. I have come away with much more knowledge than I started with, an understanding of concepts that were previously very o…[Read more]