I started with the PWK course to go for my OSCP. This series documents my progress. I hope to give some insight into the brutal proces and examn that goes into obtaining the coveted certificate.
In this post A very short one this week! - HITB Security Conference - Progress this week
HITB Security Conference
So, last week I spent a significant amount of time at the HITB Security Conference. I watch sessions on dotNet attacks using Profilers, Fuzzing, Reverse Engineering iOS, Mallet (a new proxy) and visited an ARM assembly crash course by Azeria herself.
This was all awesome, but also meant that I spent very little time hacking. If you are interested in the presentations, do check out the uploaded materials.
The total time is now 9128 minutes, or 153.8 hours. Up 634 minutes from last week.
On a happy note, I did pop a lot of shells this week compared to the time I spent on them.
|Machine 27 [O]||2:45|
|Machine 29 [O]||1:45|
|Machine 30 [O]||1:30|
|Machine 31 [O]||1:09|
Below is the weekly graph again, the trend is flattening out, but I have high hopes for my last 12 workable days will add another 36 to 40 hours to the list.
This coming week I will start teaching my Digital Forensices / Incident Response course again at the Hogeschool van Amsterdam (Amsterdam University of Applied Science) so that will take away my friday, but all the other days seems to be available for some last push hacking!