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Steps to Prep for OSCP

Steps to Prep for OSCP

  • Ensure that you are comfortable with Linux
  • You should be comfortable with the following tools:
  1. Nmap
  2. Metasploit
  3. Burpsuite
  4. Nikto
  5. Sqlmap
  7. Hydra
  • You need to comfortable with basic exploit development
  • You need to be comfortable with privilege escalation


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