Offensive Security Exploit Developer
Those who complete the Windows User Mode Exploit Development course and pass the 48-hour exam earn the Offensive Security Exploit Developer (OSED) certification. The OSED is one of three certifications making up the new OSCE3 certification, along with the OSWE for web application security and the OSEP for penetration testing.
Exploit Development Student
If you're looking for the most practical way into the exploit development and software security world look no further. The Exploit Development Student Learning Path provides not only the fundamentals of Windows and Linux exploit development but also covers advanced Windows and Linux exploit development techniques, as well as anti-exploit mechanism bypasses. In addition, you'll learn software debugging, shellcoding, how to identify and fully exploit 0-day vulnerabilities, bypassing modern anti-exploit mechanisms, how to use tools such as Immunity Debugger, x32dbg, Mona, Pwntools, GDB, RopperThis, and more. This learning path also prepares you for the eCXD exam and certification.
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