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Ethical Hacking

What is Ethical Hacking?

Ethical hacking, also known as penetration testing or white-hat hacking, involves authorized and legal efforts to identify and exploit vulnerabilities in computer systems, networks, and applications. The goal of ethical hacking is to assess the security posture of an organization's IT infrastructure, identify potential weaknesses, and recommend measures to strengthen security.

What Will You Learn?
In this ethical hacking course, you will undergo a comprehensive exploration of the principles and techniques employed in ethical hacking. Key learning areas include:

1. Vulnerability Assessment: Understand how to identify and evaluate vulnerabilities in systems and networks.
2. Penetration Testing Techniques: Learn various methods to simulate cyber attacks and exploit vulnerabilities ethically.

3. Network Security: Explore strategies to secure networks, including firewalls, encryption, and intrusion detection systems.

4. Web Application Security: Gain insights into securing web applications, understanding common vulnerabilities, and implementing protective measures.

5. Ethical Hacking Tools: Familiarize yourself with the tools and software used in ethical hacking, such as penetration testing frameworks and vulnerability scanners.

After completion of this course, you will possess the knowledge and skills necessary to assess and strengthen the security of information systems ethically.

How Will it Help You in Your Career?
1. Expertise in Cybersecurity:
Acquire specialized knowledge in cybersecurity, positioning yourself as a skilled professional in high demand.

2. Career Advancement: With a strong foundation in ethical hacking, you can pursue roles such as ethical hacker, penetration tester, or cybersecurity analyst, opening doors to advanced and lucrative career opportunities.

3. Contribution to Cybersecurity Defenses: Become a valuable asset to organizations by actively contributing to their cybersecurity defenses, safeguarding sensitive information from unauthorized access.

4. Continuous Learning: Stay abreast of evolving cyber threats and security measures, fostering a mindset of continuous learning and adaptation.

5. Industry Recognition: Obtain certifications such as Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) to validate your skills and enhance your credibility in the field.

6. Contribute to a Secure Digital Landscape: Ethical hackers play a crucial role in creating a secure digital environment, making a positive impact on the overall cybersecurity landscape.

Class Number Module Topics

Introduction to Ethical hacking

Information Security OverView
2 Cyber Kill Chain Concepts
3 Hacking Concepts
4 Ethical Hacking Concepts
5 Information security Controls , Laws and Standards

FootPrinting And Reconnaissance

Footprinting Concepts and Tools
7 Footprinting through search Engines
8 Footprinting Through Web Services
9 FoootPrinting Through Social Networking Site
10 Website , Email , Whois , Dns , Network Footprinting

Scannings Network

Network Scanning Concepts
12 Scannings tools and Host ,post and services Discovery
13 OS discovery
14 Scannings Beyond IDS and Firewall


Enumeration Concepts
17 NetBIOS , SNMP ,LDAP, NTP and NFS Enumeration
18 Enumeration Techniques and Countermeasures

Vulnerability Analysis

Vulnerability Assessment Concepts
22 Vulnerability Classification And Assessment Types
23 Vulnerability Assessment Solution and Tools
24 Vulnerability Assessment Reports

System Hacking

System Hacking Concepts
27 Gaining Access
28 Escalating Privileges
29 Maintaining Privileges , Clearing Logs

Malware Threats

Malware Concepts
32 Apt , Trojan ,Virus and worm Concepts
33 Firewale Malware concepts and Malware Analysis
34 Countermeasures and Anti-malware software


Sniffing Concepts
37 Sniffing Technique: MAC , DHCP Attacks
38 Sniffings Technique:ARP Poisoning ,Spoofings Attacks ,Dns Poisoning
39 Sniffing Tools ,Countermeasures , Sniffing Detection Techniques

Social Engineering

Social Engineering Concepts
42 social Engineering Techniques
43 Insider Threats
44 Impersonation on Social Networking Sites
45 Identity Theft,Countermearures


DoS/DDoS Concepts
47 DoS/DDoS Attack Techniques and Botnets
48 DDoS Case Study
49 DoS/DDoS Attack Tools and Proctection Tools
50 Countermeasures

Session Hijacking

Session Hijacking Concepts
52 Application Level Session Hijacking
53 Network Level Session Hijacking
54 Session Hijacking Tools
55 Countermeasures

Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots

IDS,IPS,Firewall, and Honeypots Concepts
57 IDS,IPS,Firewall, and Honeypots Solutions
58 Evading Firewalls, IDS
59 IDS/Firewalls Evading tools and Evasion Countermeasures

Hacking Web Servers

Web Server Concepts
62 Web Server Attacks and Methodology
63 Web Server Attacks Tools And Countermeasures
64 Patch Management and Web Server Security Tools

Hacking Web Applicaitons

Web Application Concepts and Threats
67 Web Application Hacking Methodology
68 Web API, Webhooks, and Web Shell
69 Web Application Security

SQL Injection

SQL Injection Concepts
72 Types of SQL Injection
73 SQL Injection Methodology
74 SQL Injection Tools
75 Evasion Techniques, Countermeasures

Hacking Wireless Networks

Wireless Concepts , Encryption and Threats
77 Wireless Hacking Methodology , Hacking Tools
78 Bluetooth Hacking , Countermeasures , Wireless Security Tools

Hacking Mobile Platforms

Mobile Platfrom Attack Vectors
82 Hacking Android OS and iOS
83 Mobile Device Management
84 Mobile Security Guidelines And Tools

IoT and OT Hacking

IoT Concepts and Attacks
87 Iot Hacking Methodology , Hacking Tools Countermeasures
88 OT Concepts And Attacks
89 OT Hacking Methodology And Tools
90 Countermeasures

Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing Concepts
92 Container Technology
93 Serverless Computing
94 Cloud Computing Threats
95 Cloud Security and Hacking


Cryptography Concepts and Encryption Algorithms
97 CryptoGraphy Tools
98 Public key Infrastrucuture (PKI)
99 Disk Encryption and Email Encryption
100 Cryptanalysis, Countermeasures
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