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No degree is strictly needed to become a penetration tester. Though it will help if you have some sort of Computer Science/Computer security-related degree; it's not set in stone that these are required. Many penetration testers find their roles through weird ways, some don't even have a degree.
PenTest+ and it will tell you that the PenTest+ is a much more difficult test. The PenTest+ has thus far been considered to be a challenging exam, even to those that are well experienced in penetration testing.
This stage uses web application attacks, such as cross-site scripting, SQL injection and backdoors, to uncover a target's vulnerabilities. Testers then try and exploit these vulnerabilities, typically by escalating privileges, stealing data, intercepting traffic, etc., to understand the damage they can cause