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Need advice about OSCP

Hello all.
Last year I passed GCIH exam with 87% score. Since then I dream about taking PWK training and passing OSCP exam. Recently I managed to find money to invest and buy the PWK labs.

I read almost every review about OSCP on the internet and my preparation plan was based on that.

1) I read Georgia Weidman's book - Penetration Testing hands-on hacking 2 times
2) I downloaded 8 or 9 vulnhub machines(OSCP like machines-all linux) and rooted almost everyone(with a very little bit help of walkthroughs), I learned many things.
3) I did 3 linux machines on the hackthebox. Also did some challenges on root-me.org
4) refreshed my skills in linux by reading LPIC-1 book and playing with Arch linux

I also have some more preparation in my mind but I think I'm just starting to over-prepare.
I have plan this year: OSCP->SLAE->OSCE

My background: I've a job at national CSIRT team and I have almost 2 year web application penetration testing experience, Also 1 year experience in malware analysis.I know basics of python. Coded many things. Also I know C language very well including some linux kernel syscalls. Also coded little bit assembly code. I know basic instructions(mov,add,xch,sub etc) and linux/windows memory layouts. I know what is stack,heap,.data,.bss,.rodata sections and so on.

What is your advice? Which is better, start today or wait for a while and prepare more before buying PWK labs?


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