OffSec EXP-401 Advanced Windows Exploitation (AWE) – Course Review
voidsec2024-01-18T17:19:16+01:00In November of last year, I took the OffSec EXP-401 Advanced Windows Exploitation class (AWE) at Black Hat MEA. While most of the blog posts out of there focus on providing an OSEE exam review, this blog post aims to be a day-by-day review of the AWE course content.
OffSec Exp-401 (AWE)
During the first day of AWE, the instructors shared with us the following slide:
That’s to explain the “difficulty” of the course for each day. Needless to say, your mileage may...
SANS SEC760: Advanced Exploit Development for Penetration Testers – Review
voidsec2023-06-14T18:06:39+02:00In July 2022, I took the SANS SEC 760 class in Berlin. I always promised myself and some close friends to write a review, but I didn't have the time until the Christmas break.
This blog post aims to be a day-by-day review of the SANS SEC760 course content and its CTF, NetWars tournament and on-demand package.
Looking at SANS's website, SEC 760 should teach skills required to reverse-engineer applications in order to find vulnerabilities, perform fuzzing and write complex exploits...