Interview is here.
Buffer Overflow Lab
Btw, here are some key takeaways students thought they took from your presentation:
One line I really took from the talk is organizing and sectioning off time for OSCP. To me, that meant that it's not about the short run, where I would try to blast through all the machines in one go, but to pick a time and workflow that works for me.
My biggest takeaways were the differences from how I as a learner approach hacking vs someone who does it professionally. I would probably end up doing many of the same things, but in a much more manual way which wouldn't scale to testing a whole network.