Category: eLearnSecurity

Husky vs. PTXv2 Part 1: Macro Mayhem, Advanced Social Engineering, and a Free Upgrade #sponsored

<disclaimer> This post series is still sponsored by eLearnSecurity and VetSec! As always, a huge thank you goes to both of them and please consider this while enjoying the content. Check out my first post to see the details. Additional disclaimer: This is where I begin to talk about the tradecraft and the specific, technical

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b33rbrain’s eLearnSecurity PTSV4 Wild Adventures Part 1

Appreciate! eLearnSecurity was kind enough to offer some VetSec members access to their Penetration Testing Student V4 elite class. I’m one such lucky recipient! My motivation for learning more about pen testing ranges from the lulz to a masochistic appreciation of stumbling around blindfolded while playing a game of catch the bits. Why would eLearnSecurity

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VetSec Announces New eLearnSecurity Winners!

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One week ago we were able to announce our partnership with the amazing team at eLearnSecurity. The eLearnSecurity team offered ten VetSec members access to their PTS course. This provided a unique opportunity for our members to grow and one we are very thankful for. Our PTS winners have been working hard and enjoying the course! This

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VeteranSec Announces Partnership with eLearnSecurity

VetSec is extremely excited to announce a partnership today with eLearnSecurity. In line with the mission of our non-profit to provide free or reduced training to our veterans or transitioning military, eLearnSecurity has graciously extended their Penetration Testing Student (PTS) course to 10 of our members. Over the following weeks, these VetSec members will be

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My eLearnSecurity Experience: Part 1 – WAPT

Introduction Around a month ago, I was looking for my next “hacking” certification. Up to this point, I’ve achieved the CEH, OSCP, OSWP, and Pentest+ (beta), in that order. I was specifically looking for web application, reverse engineering, and advanced penetration testing certifications that were relatively up to date as I felt that I needed

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