Meet Mihai, a 16 year old OSCP holder and PWK graduate out of Romania. Read more about his tremendous start and journey into infosec.
OffSec student Christopher M Downs takes trying harder to another level: completing (and passing) his OSCP exam in the middle of a New Orleans flood. Read more about Christopher's inspiring journey.
Our community manager, Tony Punturiero, breaks down the meaning of OffSec's legendary motto "Try Harder", and how it can help jump start your cyber career.
When a student earns an Offensive Security certification such as the OSCP, it is a testament to the personal investment they have made as part of a commitment to excellence. Like getting a degree from a university, no matter what happens in your life from that
Offsec students go through hell. They endure levels of stress and frustration beyond what is considered normal, and we at Offsec appreciate this. So much in fact, that we've dedicated the following song to anyone who's taken an Offsec course, and tried harder!
We at Offensive Security would like to thank all of our students, customers, and friends for a wonderful 2014. Its been a busy but productive year, with major upgrades to Kali Linux, the release of Kali NetHunter, the public launch of the hosted virtual labs,
Today (as promised in part 1 of the QuickZip Stack BOF exploit write-up), I will explain how to build the exploit for the quickzip vulnerability using a pop pop ret pointer from an OS dll. At the end of part 1, I challenged you, the Offensive Security Blog r
A few days ago, one of my friends (mr_me) pointed me to an application that appeared to be acting somewhat “buggy” while processing “specifically” crafted zip files. After playing with the zip file structure for a while (thanks again, mr_me, for docu