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OSCP (Offensive Security Certified Professional) Pass and Preparation - Tips and Tricks💡

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#oscp #CyberSecurity #infosec
2. [0x4D31/awesome-oscp: A curated list of awesome OSCP resources (github.com)](github.com/0x4D31/awesome…)
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Made a massive repository for the preparation of OSCP. Take complete advantage of it and share it with others and your pentesting partners.
#OSCP #cybersecurity #infosec #github #repository
Inspirations: @three_cube @offsectraining @theXSSrat @hakluke
github.com/Cyber-Junk/OSC…
discord.gg/ZmCmkw2enz check it out for a huge list of tools for pentesting [100+(tools and courses)]>>
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A Big Curated List Of Resources For OSCP Prepration

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#infosec #cybersecurity
#bugbounty #oscp @offsectraining
Offensive Security Certified Professional is an ethical hacking certification offered by Offensive Security that teaches penetration testing methodologies and the use of the tools included with the Kali Linux distribution.

All about OSCP : oscp.infosecsanyam.in

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initinfosec's #PWK / #OSCP survival tips/thoughts. Thread of tips/tricks to hopefully help in PWK/OSCP:

caveat emptor:

* i'm a scrub, trust but verify?
* none are novel/new, YMMV
* can only speak to my own exp
* in no particular order
* added to/updated at random

GL;HF

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RCE to shell:





In OSCP world, usually the time to dig in, if you truly have RCE, just need to be clever and creative.

For rev shells, see above. Try common ports or ones on target likely to be allowed by FW.

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That doesn't work? Try URL-encoding and/or bash -c 'rev_shell_cmd' - redirection can get weird.

That doesn't work? Try alt methods - bind shell? look for creds or SSH keys for users? Upload a webshell (i like github.com/WhiteWinterWol…) for easier time working.

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#OSCP exam advice thread.

Someone recently asked me if I have any advice for the OSCP exam, and I decided to share it with everyone in case someone else finds it useful.

Here's the advice I gave:
1. Stay calm. Chances are at some point during the exam you’re going to think you’re going to fail. It happens to everyone including myself. When that happens, take a break and repeat to yourself that you’re prepared and that OS designed the exam in a way that it can be completed
2. When stuck on something always google the technology + HTB/vulnhub/oscp. You won’t find the exact solution but you’re likely to find something similar that might nudge you in the right direction.
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OSCP Review, Resources, and Tips

Hy Guys, I have got lots DMs relates review and preparation. So now I'll try to cover important points in this short OSCP review.

P.S: I'm noob and this review is based on my experience and methodology in OSCP.
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#oscp #offsec
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I have encountered lot of people who told me that "I'll first learn all the aspects/skills required for OSCP and when i feels that I'm ready, Then I'll purchase the lab".
When I have purchased lab, I was also Not Ready. But this lines from Dr. Strange Movie motivated me.
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If you have solved enough machines of Vulnhub and HackTheBox, You don't have to worry about anything.
Just Go for It.

OSCP related Vulnhub and HackTheBox Machines share by @TJ_Null in his blog:
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There were some days when I wasn't learning anything,I was not satisfied with the way life was going on,then I heard about most challenging certificate in security #OSCP.I read more than 100 reviews of it and everyone was calling it as tough and requires "TRY HARDER" attitude.
I registered 4 it because I want huge kick on my ass.On first day,I don't even know abt port scanning.Yes,I was ok/somewhat good in linux but never went deep into topics which can be used in exploitation,never knew in my life that gathering info is having significant importance.
I see so many people even with experience doesn't pass OSCP on their first attempt so when I was starting my journey I knew it is going to be hell amount of tough for me. But,today I am #OSCP certified and that too on my first attempt. Journey doesn't stop here,it actually starts
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