Welcome to my forum! It’s a work in progress, but I’m excited to officially release it. This main forum will be the hub for any general questions for now. Feel free to post any questions, comments, concerns, etc.
My ultimate goal with this forum is to be a central point in the pentesting/CTF/Bug bounty community. A lof of hacking sites have their own forums/discords, and the OSCP Reddit is extremely active.. but far too often do I see people asking questions or commenting on things completely unrelated to what that forum or reddit is there for. So I want to have one central forum for anyone ask questions or comment on anything they want to in the world of hacking. Questions about a specific cert? Want to ask professional pentesters what their job is really like? Want resume help? Are you developing a cool new tool and want to post the link to your github page so everyone can test it out? Well this is the place for all of that.
With all that being said, I just started this site and the forum. I don’t have any users or anyone to let me know what sort of categories and sub categories i should add. Because that’s my end goal: every single person on here can have a dedicated category to whatever it is that they enjoy or want to talk about. So if you have any ideas for new categories/sub-forums please let me know!
Also, once this site gets a little more established I’ll be selecting moderators to help me review the posts.
Well done on the website and forum, mate!! Hope to see some regular activity here 🙂
Hello there! Looks like I’m the 2nd member here. Thanks for the AD cheatsheet, its been useful to me as I’m going through the OSCP labs now. However, I noticed that in the AD cheatsheet, under Connect to Host w/ Found/Cracked Creds, you have this line:
Which is actually a spoiler for the OSCP lab because the creds and ip address are exactly the same, so I would suggest replacing that with something else.
Other than that, great job with the site and I’ll pop by occasionally if I have something to discuss.
I am happy to be member number 3. I have quite a lot of questions in regard to become a Linux pentester (pentesting Linux – not with Linux). I hope my questions, will help others too.
I came across your site on a reddit post. I’m new to hacking, and just trying to connect with people in the community. I’m grateful to you for creating these resources. I’m sure I will have questions in the near future. Just drawing on as many resources as I can to get started and trying not to overwhelm myself.