Our host, TJ Null, sat down with Andy Gill (ZephrFish) to hear lots of interesting stories from his 15+ years in infosec, including his experience as a Goon at DEF CON (he even met Elon Musk!). They discuss how he got started, his book on learning the ropes, important qualities every pentester and red teamer should have, and more. Hear what ZephrFish advises aspiring pentesters learn and get into before they embark on this path. They also discuss what ZephrFish would like to see changed in the infosec community and how to get there. Enjoy this week’s episode!
Andy Gill on Twitter
Breaking into Information Security: Learning the Ropes 101 (Andy’s book)
Hear from Cybersecurity Meg, X-Force Cybersecurity Incident Responder for IBM and popular cybersecurity YouTuber, as she sits down with Harbinger and FalconSpy! They discuss a number of interesting topics, ranging from defense vs. offense and her CISSP journey to what inspired Meg to become a YouTube creator. They also discuss overcoming imposter syndrome and how to handle it as well as naysayers and gatekeepers. Hear about how to maintain mental health, specifically within the information security field, as well as ensuring work-life balance. Finally, learn what Meg has planned next, including earning her OSCP. Enjoy the episode!
Meg on Twitter
Meg on YouTube
Meg's Discord community
In this exciting episode, hear from OffSec’s chief content developers, Morten Schenk and Alex Uifalvi (Sickness). They discuss with hosts TJ Null and Jeremy Miller (Harbinger) a range of topics including course design, pedagogy, their own backgrounds, and exploit development. Learn about the philosophy behind OffSec’s courseware and their most important lesson learned to teach well. They also spill the details on upcoming projects they are working on as well as how to best prepare for an OffSec course. Finally, get tips on how many lab days are best for you, directly from OffSec. Enjoy the episode!
In this action-packed episode, our host TJ Null sits down with Alethe Denis, to talk social engineering, red team, blue team, raising chickens, and everything in between! Learn why Alethe was honored by DEF CON with a Black Badge following her win of the Social Engineering Capture the Flag (CTF) contest at DEF CON 27. She shares her favorite tools for social engineering campaigns as well as the best way to gain trust and get the answers you need in a phishing campaign. Alethe breaks down what it takes to be a world-class social engineer. She also touches on her work with the Innocent Lives Foundation (ILF) and what you can do to help.
In this episode, hosts TJ Null and Harbinger talk infosec with S1REN, a very accomplished member of the community and a moderator of OffSec's Discord. Among other things, they discuss how S1REN got into infosec and why, some advice for women looking to get into infosec, and why BASH, Python, and TCP/IP are so essential for people to get into before getting into security. They also touch on good ways to break into infosec and some things S1REN would like to see changed in the infosec field.
In this action-packed episode, hosts TJ Null and FalconSpy sit down with 0xdade. Here are some of topics they discuss:
How 0xdade broke into InfoSec
0xdade’s OSCP advice
The importance of note taking and communication skills in InfoSec
The most important quality of a pentester or red teamer
0xdade’s project, Natlas - what it is and what it does
Advice for those who want to develop and release their own tools for the community
How 0xdade wound up writing and recording the hip-hop/rap song, “Red Team”
In this second episode of the Official Offensive Security Podcast, hosts TJ Null and Harbinger sit down with the very talented and respected Joe (BlindHacker), where they discuss the challenges and opportunities around improving accessibility for the disabled community in Infosec. BlindHacker provides insights and perspective on how we can all help to provide more accessibility options, considerations and accommodations to people across a range of disabilities -- and why it's critical for filling the skills gap in cybersecurity going forward.
The best ways to prepare for PWK/OSCP -- learn how from the experts! In this first episode of the all-new, official Offensive Security Podcast, hear first hand from experts TJ Null, FalconSpy and Jeremy (Harbinger) share some of the latest, greatest and even lesser-known ways to prepare for the Penetration Testing with Kali (PWK, PEN-200) course in preparation for getting your OSCP certification. Real, frank talk from OffSec experts and OffSec community leaders!