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Become an ethical hacker that can hack computer systems like black hat hackers and secure them like security experts.

What you’ll learn

    Ethical Hacking Essentials
    The Ethical Hacking Process
    Linux Basics
    Web App Basics
    Networking Essentials + Wireshark
    Nmap Port Scanner
    Python Basics
    Black Hat Techniques
    Mr. Robot TV Show in Real life

Requirements

    Nothing just Patience and Eager to Learn!

Description

What is Ethical Hacking?

Ethical hacking is an accepted practice of detecting vulnerabilities in an application, system, or organization’s infrastructure and bypassing system security to identify potential data breaches and threats in a network. Ethical hackers aim to investigate the system or network for weak points that malicious hackers can exploit or destroy. They can improve the security footprint to withstand attacks better or divert them.

The company that owns the system or network allows Cyber Security engineers to perform such activities to test the system’s defenses. Thus, unlike malicious hacking, this process is planned, approved, and more importantly, legal.

Ethical hackers aim to investigate the system or network for weak points that malicious hackers can exploit or destroy. They collect and analyze the information to figure out ways to strengthen the security of the system/network/applications. By doing so, they can improve the security footprint to better withstand attacks or divert them.

Ethical hackers are hired by organizations to look into the vulnerabilities of their systems and networks and develop solutions to prevent data breaches. Consider it a high-tech permutation of the old saying “It takes a thief to catch a thief.”

They check for key vulnerabilities including but not limited to:

    Injection attacks
    Changes in security settings
    Exposure to sensitive data
    A breach in authentication protocols
    Components used in the system or network that may be used as access points

Who this course is for:

    Ethical Hackers
    System Administrator
    DevSecOps Engineers
    Security Engineers
    Cyber Security Engineers
    DevOps Engineers
    Developers
    Cloud Engineers
    IT Engineers

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