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A hacker or hacking is the ultimate security professional. Hackers know how to find and exploit vulnerabilities and weaknesses in various systems—just like a malicious hacker. In fact, they both use the same skills; however, an hacker uses those skills in a legitimate, lawful manner to try to find vulnerabilities and fix them before the bad guys can get there and try to break in.



System Fundamentals

  • Exploring Network Topologies

  • Working with the Open Systems Interconnection Model

  • Dissecting the TCP/IP Suite

  • IP Subnetting

  • Hexadecimal vs. Binary

  • Exploring TCP/IP Ports

  • Understanding Network Devices

  • Working with MAC Addresses

  • Intrusion Prevention and Intrusion Detection Systems

  • Network Security

  • Knowing Operating Systems

  • Backups and Archiving



  • What Is Scanning?

  • Checking for Live Systems

  • Checking the Status of Ports

  • The Family Tree of Scans

  • OS Fingerprinting

  • Countermeasures

  • Vulnerability Scanning

  • Mapping the Network

  • Using Proxies



  • Cryptography: Early Applications and Examples

  • Cryptography in Action

  • Understanding Hashing

  • Issues with Cryptography

  • Applications of Cryptography



  • Understanding the Steps of Ethical Hacking

  • What Is Footprinting?

  • Terminology in Footprinting

  • Threats Introduced by Footprinting

  • The Footprinting Process



  • Linux Basic

  • Enumeration with SNMP

  • Unix and Linux Enumeration

  • LDAP and Directory Service Enumeration

  • Enumeration Using NTP

  • SMTP Enumeration


System Hacking

  • Up to This Point

  • System Hacking



  • Overt and Covert Channels



  • Understanding Sniffers

  • Using a Sniffer

  • Switched Network Sniffing


Social Engineering

  • What Is Social Engineering?

  • Social Networking to Gather Information?

  • Commonly Employed Threats

  • Identity Theft


Denial of Service

  • Understanding DoS

  • Understanding DDoS

  • DoS Tools

  • DDoS Tools

  • DoS Defensive Strategies

  • DoS Pen-Testing Considerations


Session Hijacking

  • Understanding Session Hijacking

  • Exploring Defensive Strategies


Web Servers and Applications

  • Exploring the Client-Server Relationship


SQL Injection

  • Introducing SQL Injection


Hacking Wi-Fi and Bluetooth

  • What Is a Wireless Network?


Mobile Device Security

  • Mobile OS Models and Architectures

  • Goals of Mobile Security

  • Device Security Models

  • Countermeasures



  • Honeypots, IDSs, and Firewalls


Cloud Technologies and Security

  • What Is the Cloud?

  • Physical Security

Hacking Training Course

Program fees

USD 1,690

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