Collections of links I have found useful during pentesting, CTFs, or red teaming exercise.
|NetSec - How and where to start preparing for OSCP
|Describes how to prepare for OSCP.
|How To Pass the OSCP – a Beginner Friendly Guide
|Another How-To prepare for OSCP.
|tech.bitvijays.com - The Magic of Learning
|A guide on how to go from novice to pentester.
|Offensive Security’s PWK syllabus
|The official Offensive Security PWK syllabus.
|OSCP Exam Guide
|Official guide for the OSCP exam.
|Compilation of reviews from those who took the OSCP.
|TJ_Null’s OSCP Preparation Guide
|A comprehensive guide and list of resources for OSCP preparation.
|HTB - Hack The Box
|An online platform to test and advance your skills in penetration testing and cyber security.
|Provides materials allowing anyone to gain practical hands-on experience with digital security, computer applications and network administration tasks.
|Another online platform for learning and teaching cyber security, all through your browser.
|PortSwigger Web Security Academy
|Free online training for the next generation of cybersecurity professionals.
|A site to learn and practice security concepts in the form of fun-filled games.
|Provides a set of vulnerable systems that can be used to learn about penetration testing and web security.
|Cyber Mentor’s Practical Ethical Hacking course
|A practical course on ethical hacking.
|IppSec’s YouTube channel
|Detailed walkthroughs of how to tackle various hacking challenges.
|Avi7611 / Oscp-Cheat-Sheet
|OSCP Cheat Sheet
|Fast web fuzzer written in Go
|Tib3rius / AutoRecon
|AutoRecon is a multi-threaded network reconnaissance tool which performs automated enumeration of services.
|Buffer Overflow Cheat sheet
|Awesome Burp Extensions
|A curated list of amazingly awesome Burp Extensions