When we announced our intention to retire our Cracking the Perimeter (CTP) course and revamp the OSCE certification, we also shared information about the courses which would replace it. Those courses are Advanced Web Attacks and Exploitation (WEB-300), Evasion Techniques and Breaching Defenses (PEN-300), and Windows User Mode Exploit Development (EXP-301).
We’re pleased to announce that EXP-301 is now available. This intermediate-level course is for information security professionals who want to expand their skill set with modern exploit development.
We’ve gathered answers to key questions and answered them below. Keep reading for more information, or jump to the section of interest. If you purchased CTP and still have questions, check out our CTP Sunset FAQ post here.
Windows User Mode Exploit Development teaches students how to bypass DEP and ASLR security mitigations, create custom return-oriented programming (ROP) chains, and exploit format string specifiers. Students will learn how to adapt older techniques to modern versions of Windows, create custom exploits, and learn the fundamentals of reverse engineering.
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