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  • #80622

    knucker
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    I would be happy to join the group as well

    #86267

    sathish kumar
    Participant

    i would like to join . i am about to book my oscp

    #86270

    hattaro hanzo
    Participant

    I would love to join the group also deanbartholomewcybersec@gmail.com

    #86634

    anilshivajipatil
    Participant

    add me in OSCP study group. my mail id is ethicalhacker.anilpatil@gmail.com

    #86716

    Xorba
    Participant

    Hi All,

    The Group is closed to comply with Offensive Security.

    Thanks & Regards
    Vijay

    #87402

    matthewoz
    Participant

    I also interesting about penetration testing. And I would like to learn OSCP certification.

    #87842

    N0dnyl
    Participant

    hi i am interesting to join your group to upgrade my knowledge and skill in network pentesting.

    #89879

    CodeNinja
    Participant

    If this group still open then please join me too. I too want to expand my knowledge
    my id is :-> choudharyaakash68@gmail.com

    Thanks

    #90588

    username33333
    Participant

    Hey guys, me too 🙂 private message me…

    #90589

    username33333
    Participant

    i have emailed you 🙂

    #90590

    username33333
    Participant

    where is this being held?

    #91261

    Avinash Kalal
    Participant

    Hey!!!
    i’m very curios for OSCP …. please add me!!
    my email is: avinashkalal68@gmail.com

    #106284

    shockk
    Participant

    i’d love to join the OSCP group, thanks

    #110281

    mrschoco
    Participant

    Hi all ^^ !
    I’ve just started my OSCP journey one week ago, and I’d love to join your group to share.
    Thanks

    #110481

    sa2sa
    Participant

    i’m planning to start the labs soon, please add me. thx.

    #110582

    i$#4~
    Participant

    Hi all,
    I want to join this OSCP study group.
    I want to get this certification, so I am preparing myself for it right now.
    Thank you.
    Ishan.

    #110979

    S3nt1n31
    Participant

    Is this group still active — ???

    IS there anyone on here that finished the course that can aid others (like me) to complete some of these machines successfully without having to go down rabbit holes?

    So far, I have found the VIDEOS and PDF Manual to be lacking any real concrete steps into exploiting different machines and then elevating privileges.

    I almost got Phoenix – but going back where I left off is not working. I can’t even repeat the steps I did to gain the user shell (sh-3.00$) Very frustrating!!!

    I got Cold Fusion – found PAIN and got lost in there. Worked MUHAHA and got files into the FTP – but could not execute a reverse shell to elevate. Working on Bethany now and found an exploit and a higher port that did not come up during various NMAP SCANS – but found it with SPARTA.

    Almost half-way though this course with only 1 machine pawned. ADMIN and the FORUMS are no help what so ever. No bumps, nudges, hugs, or kisses from anyone. They give you ALPHA as a walk through…but the guy found the exploit early on and keep on looking for other stuff before returning to it and pawning the machine. Beyond that, this course is flaky on instruction at best. I spend most of my time on Google researching – bounding back to the KALI VM, trying something to see if I can get “whatever” to work – and then when it doesn’t hours have passed. I know alot of what not to do on a particular machine, but what to do for success eludes me…..

    The whole TRY HARDER motto is annoying – especially when the instructional videos and PDF really don’t help. They dedicate alot on Buffer Overflows. I designed one in the PDF Manual – followed the instructions and got a reverse shell – no worries go that down. I took the Reverse Malware course here (Cybrary) and the one from the major book – so I’m familiar with that process.

    At this point, I wished I had gone with eLearnSecurity eCPPT course and paid for the life time version!

    Anyone looking to help a mate out would be appreciated – I would like to get at least 10 boxes done before the exam in APR. I have one already….

    UPDATE:

    I got 12 machines PAWNED — take the exam 1st part of APRIL.

    If there are people in the course right now – would like to form a study group – send me a message. If you are not in the course — do not message me.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 7 months ago by  S3nt1n31. Reason: misspelling
    • This reply was modified 1 year, 5 months ago by  S3nt1n31.
    #110981

    S3nt1n31
    Participant

    double post

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 7 months ago by  S3nt1n31. Reason: double posting
    #110986

    jwb2015
    Participant

    not sure if it’s still active,

    I’m about to start, so would be grateful for any support;

    #111083

    cyberjokermaniac
    Participant

    Hi sentinel or everybody

    Please add me on discord i am a newbie but i have connected with friends that helped me along the way lets help each other Cyberjokermaniac#7054

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