• Review: Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP) / Penetration Testing with Kali Linux (PWK)

    Offensive Security has been providing the best security courses and certifications in the industry for a very long time now. I have been a fan of their work ever since I came to know about them which was back in 2010. I have been following their certification path in a very non usual way. I usually see people starting out with OSCP/OSWP and then move on to OSCE or other courses however I took OSCE first which was back in October. I wrote a review and a study guide for it which has been helpful to many people. I decided to take OSCP because of various reasons but mostly because…

  • Acknowledged by Nokia

    Since I changed my LinkedIn status from “Not looking” to “Actively looking”, I have been getting interview calls from various places. One thing that I have been asked almost in every interview was if I participate in any bug bounty programs and my answer was always ‘no’ and I was told to participate to show off my skills. It is not that I do not like bug bounty hunting, it’s just that I never participated in them and never had the time to do so but I decided to give it a try just to build up my profile. So, I sat down one day and decided to go with…

  • Creating a Cheap Rubber Ducky aka Bad USB With Attiny85

    I live in a country where most of the cool gadgets don’t get shipped. Offensive Security doesn’t ship the certificates here, Hak5 doesn’t send their gadgets here, and the list goes on. I really wanted to work with USB Rubber Ducky from HAK5 when I learned how amazing it was. I sought one for myself but It wasn’t very long till I found that they do not ship it here or anywhere closer to me. Time passed and one day I came across an article that talked about a programmable USB called Digispark USB Development Board which uses Attiny85 based micro-controller and I knew exactly how this would come in…

  • 802.11 Wi-Fi Deauth BASH Script – Everyone Except You!

    Just something that I wrote a few years ago. You need to change the variables and provide necessary information like BSSID, Mac Addresses, etc. This script requires “Aircrack-ng” suite to work. Github: https://github.com/anbdummy/WiFi-Deauth

  • Study Guide & Tips: Offensive Security Certified Expert (OSCE) / Cracking The Perimeter (CTP)

    Disclaimer: This guide is by no means a replacement for the CTP course itself. It will only prepare you for it so that you can work in the labs. All the information shared here is my personal opinion only. Preparing for something that you have no idea about can sometimes be very time consuming and tedious at the same time. You are never sure whether what you are doing is good enough. This is exactly the case when you are preparing for Offensive Security Certified Expert certification. If you haven’t read my review on this certification, you can check it here. Having done no prior certification before OSCE, I was…

  • Review: Offensive Security Certified Expert (OSCE) / Cracking The Perimeter (CTP)

    It was almost midnight when I submitted my report to the offsec team and I waited for almost 26 hours until It was 02:09 AM when I got the most awaited email telling me that I had successfully passed the certification exam and that I have been awarded an OSCE certificate. Upon the request of many people, I decided to write a little review about Cracking The Perimeter (CTP) course by Offensive Security which when completed gives you Offensive Security Certified Expert (OSCE) certification. I won’t be giving any hints or give out any solutions but If this still does interest you, read ahead! Why yet another review? There are…

  • First Post: Hello World!

    Just like the old traditional way, I welcome you to this blog with a hello world greeting. Keep following the blog. I will try to post some useful stuff from time to time. Happy Hacking!