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So I'm in high school and I've been researching and thinking about taking the oscp course. I know it's one of the most grueling certification courses, but I do have quite a bit of knowledge about hacking. I was wondering if anyone knew any sort of prior knowledge I should have specifically or maybe any other certifications that I should complete before hand. Any advice would be great, considering that most people who take this exam are much older than I am. Thanks!
I am looking forward to joining my chosen profession in this electronic age. Unfortunately I am not sure where I should stop with my math education and which certs would be a good choice to obtain. I want to work in Information Security: Linux Systems are my preferred side of the digital divide. I also wanted to know where if any place in the U.S. would hire someone, regardless of their past? As, unfortunately mine isn't as clean as most, but my skillset grows as I prepare for a future in IT. Any suggestions on college courses from the KCTCS? That is, if anyone is familiar with that college. Or, is there any other specialized local or titled college one might suggest, aside from the MIT and IT specific schools? Something such as EdX and other Linux guided online and on-site course work that might be acredited nationwide, or internationally?