OffSec 2020 Recap

2020 has been quite a year, hasn’t it? It’s been challenging in so many ways, but it was also exciting for us at OffSec. We thrive on bringing new training and ideas to the community, and we were able to do just that by releasing new courses, updating content, and adding better functionality. Join us as we take a look back at what we did in 2020, and get a sneak peek at what comes next in 2021.


As part of our commitment to always provide best-in-class information security training, we were busy at work overhauling content, adding new modules and labs, and launching brand new training courses.

Our flagship course, Penetration Testing with Kali Linux (PEN-200), received a complete overhaul in February. All existing content was updated, and we added four new modules, three labs, and a few exercises. In July, we were excited to announce that VulnHub was now part of OffSec’s roster of free, high-quality training resources. VulnHub offers offline virtual machines, allowing users to practice without competing with other learners. Also in July, Advanced Web Attacks and Exploitation (WEB-300) was refreshed with 50% more content, new private machines, and practical walkthroughs on topics such as

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