What is the OSCP Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP) is an entry-level hands-on penetration testing certification. The OSCP is one of a few certifications by Offensive Security. It consists of the self-study Penetration Testing Training with Kali Linux (PwK) class and an online proctored practical exam. The course costs at minimum $800 USD and includes 30 days of lab access and one OSCP exam attempt. There are packages that include longer lab access and you can extend your lab access if you find you need longer to prepare.
Topic Index Note: This material is based on the First revision of the OSCP and does not cover topics in the new version (v2?) OSCP Notes – Buffer Overflows OSCP Notes – Enumeration OSCP Notes – Metasploit OSCP Notes – Password attacks OSCP Notes – Pivoting OSCP Notes – Shell and Linux / UNIX OSCP Notes – Web Exploitation OSCP Notes – Windows Student Notes and Guides OSCP Goldmine (not clickbait) | 0xc0ffee☕ My OSCP Diary – Week 1 – Threat Week GitHub – areyou1or0/OSCP: OSCP abatchy’s blog | How to prepare for PWK/OSCP, a noob-friendly guide Thunderson’s Journey To The OSCP Passing OSCP – scund00r Introduction · Total OSCP Guide Introduction · OSCP – Useful Resources The Journey to Try Harder: TJnull’s Preparation Guide for PWK/OSCP | NetSec Focus Thoughts on OSCP certification and the exam!