Whew.. the past few weeks for me have been pretty hectic – it’s mostly work. Posting here on my blog has slowed to a crawl. The tutorials take up a quite a bit of time to write up.
If you’ve been keeping up, you’ll know that I have my Offensive Security Certified Professional Certification and recently earned my OSWE (Offensive Security Web Expert) certification in January. My ultimate goal to achieve OSCE status over the next 18 months.
An Offensive Security Certified Expert (OSCE) requires three certifications to achieve – OSWE, Offensive Security Exploit Developer (OSED), and Offensive Security Expert Penetration Tester (OSEP). I have one of the three.
I decided to enroll earlier this week in OSED. The course work primarily deals with binary exploitation (Stack, Return Oriented Programming, etc) of Windows Executable. It doesn’t really get into heap exploitation, but I’ve been studying up on that through open source materials.
I’m pretty excited about starting the new class and I’ll keep everyone updated on my progress as well trying to post new tutorials.