Who is the oldest person here?

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  • edited July 2019

    Never bother about your age. I've seen people on IRC that are > 50-55 and still answer people's questions about C, and I bet they feel like 30 years ago. Ageing affects your body but not your mind.

  • I am trying to be born.

  • I wonder if there's more of these +65 chill grampas who took hacking computers as a hobby after retirement, are you here Mr.Allister?

  • 40!!

    you got to eat shit to know shit

  • I'm 30 and here for many of the reasons others are, currently work in IT but want to move into a penetration testing role.

    Serious question, in some jobs age can be a factor in whether or not you get the job and progression. Is that the case with pen testing? If I land my first pen testing job at say 35 or for others 40+ etc. Do we have a chance against those just leaving uni with a masters in cyber security? Can any hiring managers chime in? I'd really appreciate hearing the reality of this.

  • I'm 24 :D !
    Btw age means nothing if you love what you doing!

  • Type your comment> @DaChef said:

    I'm 24 :D !
    Btw age means nothing if you love what you doing!

    doesn't matter*

    what you're doing*

    "While sloppy writing does not invariably mean sloppy thinking, we've generally found the correlation to be strong"

  • @Tilia Oh wow :P Is dis my english teacher ?
    Supp teach ?

  • Almost 50 and feel there is a lot to discover. Just doing this to kill some time and trying not to get too far away from todays technology

  • Type your comment> @DaChef said:

    @Tilia Oh wow :P Is dis my english teacher ?
    Supp teach ?

    Backtalk. Detention!


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  • Type your comment> @farbs said:

    Type your comment> @DaChef said:

    @Tilia Oh wow :P Is dis my english teacher ?
    Supp teach ?

    Backtalk. Detention!

    :'( Don't call my mum....please....

  • I am going to die and will come back as new :wink:

  • 42 here!

    10 years in network/firewall engineering, recently moved to a security (but not pentest) role. I already passed my OSCP, now thinking of challenging offshore or rastalabs

  • Type your comment> @DaChef said:

    Type your comment> @farbs said:

    Type your comment> @DaChef said:

    @Tilia Oh wow :P Is dis my english teacher ?
    Supp teach ?

    Backtalk. Detention!

    :'( Don't call my mum....please....

    hackback >> Backtalk
    No detention for this lad :wink:

  • Type your comment> @Impulse said:

    Type your comment> @DaChef said:

    Type your comment> @farbs said:

    Type your comment> @DaChef said:

    @Tilia Oh wow :P Is dis my english teacher ?
    Supp teach ?

    Backtalk. Detention!

    :'( Don't call my mum....please....

    hackback >> Backtalk
    No detention for this lad :wink:

    xD

  • I am 32, last year I have started going to school (System Integration Specialist) and meanwhile found my love for pentesting and protecting networks. Eager to learn this, sadly in my city there are no people to which I could talk or be mentored.

  • edited July 2019

    47, started my oscp trip 1 year and a half ago, got it after 9 months, got my first junior pentesting job 6 months ago. And my motto is: it's ALWAYS too late, lol.

    halfluke

  • 60, and def the strongest I’ve ever been.

  • I am 20 years old

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