My OSCP Journey

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Recently I earned my Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP) certification after successfully passing the OSCP exam challenge. OSCP is a penetration testing certification offered by Offensive Security. To earn the title, you have to complete the Penetration Testing with Kali Linux (PWK) training course and pass the 24-hour arduous exam challenge. Offensive Security is well known in the security industry as they’re the creators of the popular Kali Linux distribution and Exploit-DB online exploit database. OSCP distinguishes itself from other InfoSec certs by teaching you the practical skills in the field of penetration testing.

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Kali Linux 2 post install setup tips

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Whenever I install a fresh copy of Kali Linux there are few procedures I follow to set it up properly. In this post I am going to list most common steps I repeat with every new installation.

Log in with the username root and the default password toor


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Best Extensions for Google Chrome

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Like most people today, my web browser of choice is Google Chrome. Google Chrome is a very fast and solid browser. However, no browser is complete without right set of Extensions. Using extensions can significantly enhance Chrome and improve your Internet experience.  In this article I am going to list the best Chrome Extensions that I think are most useful. This list based on my own experience with the extensions. Read more ›

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Ultimate Facebook Profile Lock Down! – Part 3

facebook logo with keyWelcome back to the third part of this Facebook privacy series. In part 1 and part 2 I showed you how to hide your profile content from public view. In this part we are going to examine how to fine-tune the general privacy settings of your profile. General privacy settings determine the default behaviour of your profile when you share content. Read more ›

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