Offensive Security – Evasion Techniques and Breaching Defenses (PEN-300)


PEN-300 teaches not only complex penetration testing skills, but also the mindset and methodology necessary to perform these tests. Students who complete the course and pass the exam earn the new Offensive Security Experienced Penetration Tester (OSEP) certification, demonstrating the ability to perform advanced penetration tests against mature organizations.

PEN-300 is one of our advanced-level courses, intended to be taken after successfully passing the OSCP exam. It is for further skill development in penetration testing and is one of the three certifications needed to earn the updated OSCE³ certification.

This course is one of the replacements for our retired Cracking the Perimeter (CTP) course, which is no longer available.

Students receive a strong foundation in penetration testing with our industry-leading Penetration Testing with Kali Linux (PWK) course. PEN-300 dives even deeper into pentesting tools and methodologies to teach students how to execute penetration tests against mature organizations and bypass the various security mechanisms they might find in place.

In this ever-changing global environment, now is the time for students to advance their skillset with the company employers worldwide trust to provide excellence in training and certification. The technical knowledge and skills gained in PEN-300 will help professionals stand out from the crowd.




Original Price: $1,200
Our Price: $29.99


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Size: 14.5 GB

PEN-300 was developed for those with experience in offensive techniques and penetration testing. Professionals who would benefit from this advanced course include:
  • Pentesters who want to level up their skills
  • Security analysts who want to understand attackers
  • Security professionals

Get 19+ hours of video content and 700 pages of PDF course guide content with in-depth coverage of topics such as:

  • Client side attacks
  • Process injection and migration
  • Antivirus evasion
  • Application whitelisting
  • Bypassing network filters
  • Windows and Linux lateral movement
  • Active Directory exploitation
  • Microsoft SQL attacks