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The Complete Cyber Security & Hacking Course : For beginners

Udemy — Last updated 2/2021

Become a Hacker , In this complete Cyber Security & Hacking Course you will learn this .

What you’ll learn

    How to identify the different types of hackers
    How to use SQL injection for websites
    Installing virtual machines on your computer
    How to attack buffer overflows Using the Metasploit framework
    How to identify the different kinds of malicious programs
    How to find the vulnerabilities of your targets And much much more!
    How to hack websites

Requirements

    You need a computer
    You need an internet connection

Description

In this course , you will learn from scratch how to become a hacker . We start with basic stuff like Environment setup and system configuration ,  Brute force and dictionary attacks ,  Account lockout attack , Path and information disclosure , Direct static code injection , SQL injection , XSS Cross Site Scripting attack , XSS Cross Site Scripting attack  , XSRF Cross Site Request Forgery attack , PHP injection , Web parameter tampering , Forced browsing  , Path for traversal  ,  Parameter delimiter Video Training and through the course we will discuss all the amazing features of hacking . That is where the power of hacking . This hacking course for beginners and professionals .

token impersonation, kerberoasting, GPP attacks, golden ticket attacks, and much more. You’ll also learn important tools like mimikatz, Bloodhound, and PowerView. This is not a section to miss!

Post Exploitation. The fourth and fifth stages of ethical hacking are covered here. What do we do once we have exploited a machine? How do we transfer files? How do we pivot? What are the best practices for maintaining access and cleaning up?

Web Application Penetration Testing. In this section, we revisit the art of enumeration and are introduced to several new tools that will make the process easier. You will also learn how to automate these tools utilize Bash scripting. After the enumeration section, the course dives into the OWASP Top 10. We will discuss attacks and defenses for each of the top 10 and perform walkthroughs using a vulnerable web applications. Topics include: SQL Injection, Broken Authentication, Sensitive Data Exposure, XML External Entities (XXE), Broken Access Control, Security Misconfigurations, Cross-Site Scripting (XSS), Insecure Deserialization, Using Components with Known Vulnerabilities, and Insufficient Logging and Monitoring

Wireless Attacks. Here, you will learn how to perform wireless attacks against WPA2 and compromise a wireless network in under 5 minutes.

Legal Documentation and Report Writing. A topic that is hardly ever covered, we will dive into the legal documents you may encounter as a penetration tester, including Statements of Work, Rules of Engagement, Non-Disclosure Agreements, and Master Service Agreements. We will also discuss report writing. You will be provided a sample report as well as walked through a report from an actual client assessment.

Career Advice. The course wraps up with career advice and tips for finding a job in the field.

At the end of this course, you will have a deep understanding of external and internal network penetration testing, wireless penetration testing, and web application penetration testing. All lessons taught are from a real-world experience and what has been encountered on actual engagements in the field.

Note: This course has been created for educational purposes only. All attacks shown were done so with given permission. Please do not attack a host unless you have permission to do so.

Questions & Answers Team Availability and Rules

The Q&A team responds to most questions within 2 business days. Specific Q&A rules are as follows:

1. Please encourage each other and help each other out. The support team is here to help, but are not staffed 24/7.

2. Support assistance will only be provided for course related material only. If you are using a tool or method in your labs that is not taught in the course, it is better asked in Discord on an appropriate channel outside of #course-chat.

3. Avoid spoilers for the mid-course capstone. If you are assisting another user or asking a question related to this section, please try to not provide direct answers/solutions.

4. Be kind to others and be patient. This field consists of patience, self-motivation, self-determination, and lots of Googling. Do not demand help or expect answers. That mindset will not take you far in your career. <3

we also have a section with a lot of different information .  I have done in the past so you can see how amazing hacking is! The course

continues to grow . When you brought it , you will have free updates .

Who this course is for:

    People who have no experience about hacking and want to learn it
    People who want to learn how to hack


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