Windows 7 Kiosk Escape

body { text-align: justify} Backstory One day I was on site with client and was tasked with assessing an application for them. This was troubling for two reasons: 1.) This was my first on site assessment and 2.) due to the nature of the content I was tasked to work with, my little visit there required full supervision, which meant that my primary point of contact (POC) watched over my shoulder as I worked on this application for about 4 or so hours.
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LazySysAdmin Writeup

Intro I chose to do this write-up on LazySysAdmin because it is a good box for potential OSCP students to start out on and something that every OSCP pentester and every current OSCP (PWK) student that is ready to take the exam should be able to do without using a walk-through. This box should take 6 hours or less if you do not experience any hang ups or interruptions.
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A Pre-Exam For Future OSCP Students!

Overview Whether you are in preparation for your lab time to begin or you just want to get a feel for what exam day will be like, I’ve put together a few practice exams for future OSCP students to take. These boxes should be comprehensive enough to cover many of the basics that you will face in the labs. All of these boxes will have write-ups available for you to review AFTER your exam time has ended.
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OSCP How to Know When You’re Ready to Take the Exam

Easter Eggs in this post! 🥚 If you’ve taken the red pill and decided to begin your journey towards the OSCP certification you will likely come to a point where you begin to wonder if you are ready to take/passthe exam. This article will serve as a guide in helping you determine just that. Let’s begin! TLDR’ers Start Here ⤵  You’ve have most of the public network rooted: If you have about 60% of the public network rooted I would say that is a good time to start thinking about taking the exam.
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Starting OSCP From Scratch

Read Time: 16 mins By: Clutchisback1 I hate reading boring articles so I’m not going to waste any of your time by writing one. Besides, you’re probably an PWK student with lab time ticking away each second as you get closer to your exam date; The very exam date that will determine whether or not you’ve become a man/woman yet in the information security industry. Right now, you’re still a little boy/girl with absolutely nothing going for yourself.
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