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Ethical Hacker (CEH)

What you’ll learn

Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) Certification Prep Course Site

    Footprinting
    Scanning the network
    Enumeration
    Sniffing packets
    Social Engineering is a term that refers to the
    DoS/DDoS
    Hijacking a session
    Attacks on web servers and web applications, as well as countermeasures
    Injection attacks using SQL
    Encryption for wireless networks
    Threats to cloud computing
    Ciphers for cryptography
    Testing for penetration

Requirements

    Students must have at least two years of IT security experience and a strong working knowledge of TCP/IP to take this course.

Description

The Ethical Hacker training course is a generalised information security professional training course. This training course gives students an overview of the tools, tactics, and abilities needed to become a successful ethical hacker. The purpose of this course is to teach applicants how to employ an ethical hacking approach in a penetration testing or ethical hacking environment.

This course takes an encyclopaedic approach to covering all of the tools and techniques necessary to comprehend the ethical hacking domain and apply what you’ve learned to safeguard IT infrastructure and conduct effective penetration testing.

Who this course is for:

    Auditors and security officers
    professionals in the field of security
    Administrators of the website
    Individuals concerned about the network infrastructure’s integrity
    Master Ethical Hacking with Python! Course

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