Ethical Hacking Expert

The number of devastating cyberattacks is increasing, — and it's likely to get much worse. Constantly growing adoption of the mobile Internet, cloud computing, and IoT have expanded the attack landscape, making cyber security the top of the agenda. This ominous need has increased the demand of ethical hackers and cybersecurity professionals, and these jobs are expected to grow at a rate of 37% till 2022.

Star Ethical Hacking Expert is a comprehensive training program that helps learners acquire a fundamental understanding of concepts like information security, hacking, and ethical hacking, and is a must-have guide for any IT security professional. This program covers discusses both basic as well as advanced hacking tools and techniques used by hackers and information security professionals alike, to break into an organization’s information system. In this program, the learner will understand the logic behind hacking and the ways in which hackers go about it, thus enabling you to prevent any such acts. As they say, “Prevention is better than cure!”

This program makes the learners aware and in charge of their systems and allows them to test, uncover, hack and fix vulnerabilities, and stay in complete control of their information. The program proceeds with detailing the process of hacking in five consequential stages including investigation, scanning, gaining access, maintaining access, and covering your tracks.

Audience

Beginner - Intermediate

Ethical Hacking Expert Objectives

In this course, you will learn about:

  • What is hacking and why one should do ethical hacking?
  • Different types of attacks and how to mitigate those attacks
  • Different attacks associated with Mobile and Cloud technologies
  • Implementing tools to perform ethical hacking
  • Encrypting and decrypting the code

Course Outcome

After competing this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe ethical hacking and its importance
  • Understand security posture and flow
  • Identify different types of attacks and vulnerabilities and use techniques to mitigate those
  • List threats associated with mobile and cloud technologies
  • Practice cybersecurity techniques such as penetration testing
  • Employ penetration testing process to uncover vulnerabilities/weaknesses in a computer/system/network
  • Explain and employ encryption and decryption techniques

Table Of Contents Outline

EHE 1

  • Exploring Ethical Hacking
  • Associated Protocols
  • Gathering Information about Target Computer Systems - Footprinting and Investigation
  • Scanning Computers in the Networks
  • Vulnerabilities Associated with Systems
  • Exploring Malware Threats and Their Countermeasures
  • Enumeration – Listing the System/Users and Connecting Them
  • Gaining Access to Systems – Hacking
  • Monitoring and Capturing Data Packets Using Sniffing
  • Restricting the System Access – Denial of Service (DoS) Attack
  • Tricking People to Gather Confidential Information – Social Engineering

EHE 2

  • Web Servers and Threats Associated with It
  • Web Applications and Threats Associated with It
  • Controlling User Session with Authenticated TCP Connection - Session Hijacking
  • Injecting Code in Data Driven Applications: SQL Injection
  • Hacking Mobile Platforms and Threats Associated with It
  • Encrypting and Decrypting the Code – Cryptography and Its Types
  • Evading IDS, Firewalls and Honeypots
  • Wireless Networks and Threats Associated with It
  • Cloud Computing, Virtualisation and Threats Associated with It
  • Output Analysis and Reports
  • Economics and Laws – Passwords and Encryption
  • Appendix A - Exploring Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
  • Appendix B - Internet of Things and Security

LABS - 1

  • Lab Session 1 - Gathering Information about target Computer Systems - Footprinting and Investigation
  • Lab Session 2 - Scanning Computers in the Networks
  • Lab Session 3 - Exploring Malware Threats and Their Countermeasures
  • Lab Session 4 - Enumeration- Listing the Systems/Users and Connecting Them
  • Lab Session 5 - Gaining Access to the Systems - Hacking
  • Lab Session 6 - Monitoring and Capturing Data Packets Using Sniffing
  • Lab Session 7 - Restricting the System Access - Denial of Service (DoS Attack)

LABS - 2

  • Lab Session 8 - Tricking People to Gather Confidential Information - Social Engineering
  • Lab Session 9 - Web Servers and Threats Associated with It
  • Lab Session 10 - Web Applications and Threats Associated with It
  • Lab Session 11 - Controlling User Session with Authenticated TCP Connection - Session Hijacking
  • Lab Session 12 - Injecting Code in Data Driven Applications: SQL Injection
  • Lab Session 13 - Hacking Mobile Platforms
  • Lab Session 14 - Encrypting and Decrypting the Code – Cryptography and Its Types
  • Lab Session 15 - Evading IDS, Firewalls and Honeybots
  • Lab Session 16 - Wireless networks and Threats Associated with It
  • Lab Session 17 - Cloud Computing, Virtualisation and Threats Associated with It
  • Lab Session 18 - Output Analysis and Report
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