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Most of the topics you address will be introduced briefly in the course. I wouldn't say there is anything you mandatorily need to know before you start the course. I think I knew closed to nothing about nmap when I started, for instance. I think the question "what do I need to know in order to start" misses the point. The point is "am I willing to learn and ...


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Absolute statements regarding OSCP You DO NOT require coder kind of skills. (Therefore, one is wasting his time learning hardcore programming for OSCP. Although It's always a plus if you have some coding skills in your arsenal.) Basic scripting is needed. (It is also limited to python and shell scripting.) A complete Networking Nerd. (You should be able to ...


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None of them are required. OSCP is not the kind of exam where your knowledge of a certain subject (like Python, Ruby or nmap) will be assessed. The only thing that matters is whether you're able to break into systems, and knowledge of Python, Ruby an nmap certainly helps with that. For example, let's say you have a low privilege shell on your target system....


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Well left to me, if you have a client running a cafe like mine does and he the client doesn't want to go LAN, maybe a combination of a MAC filter and a wps would be fine. For example my client complained that some friends of his apprentice connects to his network just by getting the password on their (apprentices) system, be it wep, wpa, wpa2 , tikp, once ...


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The VPN will take the route that finds valid at the time when its connection initializes, so it will connect with regard to the current routing settings. If you alter routes after the VPN is connected, depending on various factors, the VPN may still work or disconnect. If it continues to work, the new routes (set by the scrip loaded after VPN is connected) ...



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