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  1. Live Practicals to become an expert in Bug Bounty Web Application Penetration Testing, Cryptography and Kali Linux! What you'll learn The only course that will teach you how to start from ZERO and become a professional Ethical Hacker + NEW CONTENT every month will be added Learn how to use Kali Linux for Ethical Hacking and set up your own Penetration Testing Lab with DVWA, OWASP Broken Web Application and the Metasploitable Machine Learn different attacks like SQL Injection, XSS Scripts, CSRF, File Upload Vulnerability, Command Execution and much more! Become an expert in Cyber security and clear your Security Analyst Interviews! Learn to find vulnerabilities in a website and its exploitation. Learn how to write a Report after discovering bugs Gain full control over target server using Authentication Bypass Attacks Bypass Authentication Mechanisms and get access over credentials Hunt Basic XSS Vulnerabilities on Live Environments including Metasploitable and OWASP BWAPP Perform Complete Account Takeover using CSRF on Lab + Hunt Advance CSRF Vulnerabilities Learn how to start the BUG BOUNTY Journey Requirements No need for any pre-requisite of Cybersecurity Be able to understand English No Linux or programming or hacking knowledge required Description Bug bounty hunting is the recently arising and moving job in network safety that permits freehand security experts to evaluate the application and stage security of an association in vision to distinguish bugs or weaknesses. With a free hand to morally hack and pen testing applications created by the in-house labor force of the associations, bug bounty trackers are for the most part generously compensated to find and report security bugs Many major organizations use bug bounties as a part of their security program, including AOL, Android, Apple, Digital Ocean, and Goldman Sachs. You can view a list of all the programs offered by major bug bounty providers, Bugcrowd and HackerOne, at these links Why do companies use bug bounty programs? Bug bounty programs enable organizations to bridle a huge gathering of programmers to discover bugs in their code. This gives them admittance to a bigger number of programmers or analyzers than they would have the option to access on a one-on-one premise. It can likewise build the odds that bugs are found and answered to them before pernicious programmers can abuse them. It can likewise be a decent advertising decision for a firm. As bug bounties have gotten more normal, having a bug abundance program can move toward the general population and even controllers that an association has a full-grown security program. What will you learn in this course? Fundamentals of Cybersecurity Overview of Ethical Hacking Terminologies What is Kali Linux and why do we use it? Setting up your own Penetration Testing Labs Understanding of OWASP Broken Web Application and MetaSploitable Phases of Penetration Testing Information Gathering Scanning Target Network for Valuable Information Vulnerability Assessment Exploiting SQL Injection Vulnerabilities Different ways to perform CSRF attacks and bypass CSRF protection Types of an Authentication bypass Different ways to perform XSS Exploitation using multiple types of payloads Since the convolution of safety dangers has duplicated, the necessity for bug bounty trackers and their importance across the world is quickly increasing. Receiving a determined methodology and viewpoint towards security can help associations safeguard their standing viably. All things considered, Take a crack at this course and begin adapting now! With this course, you get 24/7 support, so if you have any questions you can post them in the Q&A section and we'll respond to you as soon as possible. Disclaimer: This course is created for educational purposes only. We believe that ethical hacking, information security, and cybersecurity should be familiar subjects to anyone using digital information and computers. We believe that it is impossible to defend yourself from hackers without knowing how hacking is done. Hacking tutorials are against the misuse of the information and we strongly suggest against it. Please regard the word hacking as ethical hacking or penetration testing every time this word is used. All tutorials and videos have been made using our own routers, servers, websites, and other resources, they do not contain any illegal activity. We do not promote, encourage, support, or excite any illegal activity. The misuse of the information in this course can result in criminal charges brought against the persons in question. The authors will not be held responsible in the event any criminal charges be brought against any individuals misusing the information in this website to break the law. We believe only in White Hat Hacking. On the other hand, we condemn Black Hat Hacking Who this course is for: Students who want to learn Cyber security Students interested in Ethical Hacking Pursue certifications like CEH, ECSA, OSCP, CCNA and other security certifications Those who want to become a SECURITY EXPERT Those who want to start a career in Bug Bounty Hunting [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  2. Description Enumeration is designed for ethical hackers who want to build their skills in reconnaissance of targets and in optimizing their penetration testing. In this course, instructor Malcolm Shore teaches the basic methods of enumerating networks and targeting systems with common enumeration tools. Malcolm explains what enumeration is and gives you opportunities in the course for hands-on experience. He covers enumeration for local and remote hosts. Malcolm discusses how to enumerate web apps, the internet, and cloud resources. He also goes over how to use tools like SuperScan, NetScanTools Pro, Nmap, JXplorer, and more. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  3. Complete Practical Course on Ethical Hacking && master System Hacking, Website Hacking, Wi-Fi Hacking and many more. What you'll learn Setting up your Hacking Lab: Kali Linux and Virtual Machine. Practical Ethical hacking skill. Different types of phases of hacking. will learn about Kali Linux hackers operating system. Complete understanding of all the attacks. Hack and secure server and client operating system. Will create undetectable backdoors. learn to crack wifi password of any security level WEP,WPA,WPA2. All the attacks are performed live and safest environment. Gathering information about the target. Learn to secure and protect any network from hackers and loss of data. Server-side attack. Client-side attack. Networking basics. Learn to gain access to a router in various ways. Requirements Internet Connection & Computer (4gb RAM or more). No programming or hacking knowledge required. Description Welcome to Complete Ethical Hacking Course 2021: Beginner to Advanced! This Ethical Hacking tutorial provides basic and advanced concepts of Ethical Hacking. Our Ethical Hacking tutorial is developed for beginners and professionals anyone can take this course. The ethical hacking tutorial covers all the aspects associated with hacking. Firstly, we will learn how to install the needed software. After this, we will learn network hacking, gaining access, website hacking, Server-side attacking and Client-side attacking. In-network hacking section, we will learn how networks work, how to crack Wi-Fi keys, and gain access to the Wi-Fi networks. In the Gaining access section, we will learn how to gain access to the servers and personal computers. In the post-exploitation section, we will learn what can we do with the access that we gained in the previous section. So we learn how to interact with the file system, how to execute a system command, how to open the webcam. In the website hacking section, we will learn how the website works, how to gather comprehensive information about website. In the end, we will learn how to secure our system from the discussed attacks. Environment Setup This section is very important for hackers who want to polish their skills. In this section, we will learn how to make our own hacking environment which will help us to perform attacks on our own hacking environment without any worrying. Linux Command Line In the section, we will learn what is Linux operating system distributions. Mainly this section teaches you how Linux works and what are the main important command that we use inside the Linux terminal. It is very important for a hacker to have Linux skills because Linux has lots of distribution and there are some distributions which totally dedicated to penetration testing and hacking. Networking Basics Networking basics are very important for a hacker because every attack that we would perform is with the help of a computer network. Networking basics are very important for network penetration testing and hacking because in this section every thing is about networking so in this section we will learn the basics of networking. Network Penetration Testing After completing the network basics it is very important to keep things in mind because in-network penetration section we will learn about how to perform real-world network hacking. This section is totally dedicated to network penetration testing and hacking, here we will learn key cracking, fake authentication attack, and many more things. Server-side Testing This section is going to be fun because in this section we will be learning about server-side attacking which is very important to learn the skill if you want to be a hacker. The Server-side is the place where juicy data about the user, the system takes place so that makes it just for the hacker to have the skill of hacking the server-side. Website / Web Application Hacking In this section, you will learn how websites work, how to gather information about a target website (such as website owner, server location, used technologies ....etc), and how to discover and exploit the dangerous vulnerabilities to hack into websites. Who this course is for: Anyone interested in learning ethical hacking Anyone interested in how hackers hack computer systems Anyone interested in how to secure systems from hackers Notes: This course is created for educational purposes only, all the attacks are launched in my own lab or against systems that I have permission to test. Who this course is for: Ethical hacker Cyber security learners Penetration testers Programmings Coders Network penetration testers wep application penetration testers wifi hacking system-side attacks client-side attacks IT professionals [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  4. Become a Competent Red Teamer or Penetration Tester with Step-By-Step Guidance over Bite-Sized Lectures What you'll learn Modern Offensive Operational Hacking Techniques How to build a World Class Cyber Range to Practice Attacks and Defense Attacker Tradecraft against modern Active Directory environments End to end hacking hacking from Initial Access to Action on Objectives (mapped to MITRE ATT&CK) New Bug Bounty reconnaissance techniques being used on HackerOne and BugCrowd Blue Team strategies for detecting and blocking Red Team aggressors. How to EASILY write an awesome Penetration Testing report (and WOW your Managers) Practical steps for getting a job in Cyber Security! Requirements A HacktheBox VIP subscription is recommended (but not required because you can still follow along) 16GB of RAM is recommended for our Active Directory lab environment; although, 32GB is ideal. Description New Summer/Fall 2021 Launch! Did you know some estimates are showing there is a 3 million shortfall in Cyber Security talent in 2020? Isn't that crazy? This means this fields is thirsty for competent cybersecurity professionals who can help organizations fortify their critical infrastructure, eradicate adversaries from their networks and emulate the most advanced threat actors in the world to help protect companies from compromise. It feels like hacking is always in the news, glamorized on TV but often misunderstood. So in this course you will learn hacking from A-Z - from the ground up. Nothing is missing. All attacks are mapped to the latest industry standard frameworks such as the OWASP Top 10 and the MITRE ATT&CK Enterprise Matrix. And all techniques are currently being used by real world black hat attackers. By the end of this course you will know how to protect any organization with an internet presence from a thinking and adaptive adversary using the latest tools, techniques and procedures. This is a full scope course - meaning it covers everything from recon to action on objectives... breach to impact... it's all here. Scroll down and take a look at the lectures and tell me if it's not getting you excited!! For example, in the Cyber Range section you can see you will build a world-class range featuring fully intrumented Windows 10 Endpoints with Windows Defender for Endpoint EDR, Sysmon, and the Splunk Universal Forwarder! You'll also notice we are using a dockerized OWASP Juice Shop container with logs being shipped from the Docker container into Splunk Enterprise. And we're using OPNSense as our Firewall with Suricata signatures and the ET PRO ProofPoint ruleset! We've even got enterprise email setup so you can spearphish victims in your Active Directory lab! You'll learn how to setup an internal DNS resolver, configure Windows Server 2019 DHCP services and even push out policies via Active Directory GPO! And it gets even better than that - I'm just sharing the tip of the iceberg as new lectures are currently being released weekly. Let's get started! Oh and one more thing: the best part is you will be being a hands-on lab that is completely isolated from the internet and will afford you the best opportunity to learn real world attacks through experimentation. This is truly the best way to learn and since it's your lab you'll have access to it forever.... it isn't limited by cloud costs or monthly limitations! Let's do this! Who this course is for: ANYONE with a passion for Cyber Security Help Desk Analysts Network Engineers System Administrators SOC Analysts Penetration Testers Red Teamers Bug Bounty Hunters Cyber Threat Hunters Cyber Security Managers (who want to keep their tech skills sharp!) [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  5. How to Become an Expert in Ethical Hacking This article is mainly addressing the audience who wants to pursue their career in Cybersecurity as a professional that provides ethical hacking services, whether it be a red team, blue team, or freelance infosec consultant. As an ethical hacker, you not only need to have prior knowledge of basic networking, programming languages, and security tool guidelines, but a hands-on practice on these theoretical concepts is mandatory. Why Hands-on Learning is Essential for Ethical Hacking Ethical hacking is a practical approach in which white hat hackers try to penetrate the network. The goal of an ethical hacker is to identify vulnerabilities and try to exploit them to determine the extent of the compromise under a defined scope. This job requires a set of technical skills that can only obtain from lab oriented training. Lab-based ethical hacking training helps you get exposure to how things work in the real world and will train you to perform specific tasks. If we compare this with traditional classroom training, we come to know that previous methods are only focusing on theoretical knowledge, not enough for cybersecurity professionals. These methods ignore all practical implementations; hence students have a large gap of grades while comparing to on paper and their actual performance. By analyzing all these methods, instructors have come to make hands-on learning essential, especially for an ethical hacker. By learning practical implementations, individuals can learn different concepts of real-time problems that develop their hands-on skills. Practical Techniques Used in Ethical Hacking Practical Techniques Used in Ethical Hacking For ethical hacking, you need to have some hacking skills and exposure to the methodologies often used by malicious actors. Following are the few basic hacking techniques used in ethical hacking: Performing port scanning to find vulnerabilities. There are various scanning tools used by ethical hackers to perform port scanning of the target network. While port scanning, ethical hackers find open ports and try to study the vulnerabilities associated with each port. Perform network traffic analysis by sniffing IP packets. There are many tools available to perform network sniffing. Ensuring the target system to not affected by new vulnerabilities. For this purpose, ethical hackers often try to analyze the process of patch installation. Make attempts to intrude intrusion detection systems, firewalls, intrusion prevention systems, and honeypots. Perform various social engineering techniques to find information against the target organization’s computing environment. To be ‘job-ready,’ one ought to have hands-on learning on different hacking techniques. This, combined with both theoretical knowledge and practical implementation training, guarantees that you have the essential aptitudes to enter the industry. Fortunately, there are many platforms available to get this combined package of learning a lab-intrinsic ethical hacking program. Top 3 Cybersecurity Certifications to Become an Ethical Hacker CEH – Hands-on Training Program Verifies Your Advanced IT Security Skill-Set EC-Council’s Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) is a certification program that combines both theoretical knowledge and hands-on learning. It comprises of different modules that start with the basics, modes of penetration testing, tools demonstration, and more. The training gives you the required knowledge on everything from analyzing to exploiting the defined scope of IT infrastructure. The Practical Approach of CEH 1. CEH is a complete ethical hacking program dealing with 20 of the most current security areas. 2. 40% of the program is comprising of hands-on learning. 3. The syllabus covers 340 attack methodologies mostly used by malicious hackers. 4. The certification trains you in the scope of five phases of ethical hacking. These phases are information gathering, scanning, gaining access, maintaining access, and clearing tracks. CEH is the most recognized training program of ethical hacking in the industry. There is another training program, a follow-up to the CEH i.e. CEH (Practical). The CEH (Practical) is entirely based on hands-on learning, and the examination is all comprised of practical tasks. Offensive Security Certified Professional – Hands-on Penetration Testing with Kali Linux The OSCP certification is a well-known foundational penetration testing practical training, intended for cybersecurity professionals to ignite their skill set at a swift pace. It will help to learn the latest ethical hacking tools and techniques to get expert in penetration testing. Learning material provides: A detailed course guide Complete video lectures by professionals Active student forums Access to a virtual penetration testing lab The final exam has a 24-hour time limit and comprising of a hands-on penetration test in an isolated VPN network. You will get the exam and connectivity instructions for an isolated virtual network for which you have no prior knowledge or information. Scores are awarded for each compromised host, based on their difficulty and level of access obtained. After completing the tasks, you will submit a comprehensive penetration test report as part of your exam. Reports should cover in-depth notes and screenshots detailing your findings. This exam is proctored. After gaining this certification, the certified OSCPs can identify severe vulnerabilities and can execute organized cyber-attacks. They can modify exploits, execute network pivoting, and data exfiltration. GIAC Penetration Tester (GPEN)- A Process-Oriented Approach To Penetration Testing Projects This certification verifies an ethical hacker’s ability to perform a penetration test. GPEN certified has developed skills to conduct exploits and perform detailed reconnaissance. The main features of this certification include: The complete guide of comprehensive penetration test planning and reconnaissance In-depth knowledge of scanning and exploitation Additional methods to attack password hashes and authenticate Domain escalation and persistence attacks Penetration testing with PowerShell and the windows command line GIAC developed CyberLive hands-on, real-world practical testing lab environment to let the practitioner validates their knowledge and hands-on skills. A practitioner will able to perform real-world attacks with actual programs, codes, and virtual machines. The final exam comprises 1 proctored exam, 82-115 questions, a time limit of 3 hours, and a minimum passing score of 75. The summary is, if you want to be an expert in ethical hacking, you need to understand the real-world scenarios and have the exposure of real hacking incidents. You need to think exactly like a malicious hacker to find all the loopholes, risks, vulnerabilities, and timely mitigate them. This can only be done by getting hands-on training, polishing the required set of skills by trying to attempt hacking techniques and gain valuable certifications that have been discussed above to make your resume worthy of the desired job.
  6. Worm, Virus & Trojan Horse: Ethical Hacking Tutorial Some of the skills that hackers have are programming and computer networking skills. They often use these skills to gain access to systems. The objective of targeting an organization would be to steal sensitive data, disrupt business operations or physically damage computer controlled equipment. Trojans, viruses, and worms can be used to achieve the above-stated objectives. In this article, we will introduce you to some of the ways that hackers can use Trojans, viruses, and worms to compromise a computer system. We will also look at the countermeasures that can be used to protect against such activities. What is a Trojan horse? A Trojan horse is a program that allows the attack to control the user’s computer from a remote location. The program is usually disguised as something that is useful to the user. Once the user has installed the program, it has the ability to install malicious payloads, create backdoors, install other unwanted applications that can be used to compromise the user’s computer, etc. The list below shows some of the activities that the attacker can perform using a Trojan horse. Use the user’s computer as part of the Botnet when performing distributed denial of service attacks. Damage the user’s computer (crashing, blue screen of death, etc.) Stealing sensitive data such as stored passwords, credit card information, etc. Modifying files on the user’s computer Electronic money theft by performing unauthorized money transfer transactions Log all the keys that a user presses on the keyboard and sending the data to the attacker. This method is used to harvest user ids, passwords, and other sensitive data. Viewing the users’ screenshot Downloading browsing historyhistor What is a worm? A worm is a malicious computer program that replicates itself usually over a computer network. An attacker may use a worm to accomplish the following tasks; Install backdoors on the victim’s computers. The created backdoor may be used to create zombie computers that are used to send spam emails, perform distributed denial of service attacks, etc. the backdoors can also be exploited by other malware. Worms may also slowdown the network by consuming the bandwidth as they replicate. Install harmful payload code carried within the worm. What is a Virus? A virus is a computer program that attaches itself to legitimate programs and files without the user’s consent. Viruses can consume computer resources such as memory and CPU time. The attacked programs and files are said to be “infected”. A computer virus may be used to; Access private data such as user id and passwords Display annoying messages to the user Corrupt data in your computer Log the user’s keystrokes Computer viruses have been known to employ social engineering techniques. These techniques involve deceiving the users to open the files which appear to be normal files such as Word or Excel documents. Once the file is opened, the virus code is executed and does what it’s intended to do. Trojans, Viruses, and Worms counter measures To protect against such attacks, an organization can use the following methods. A policy that prohibits users from downloading unnecessary files from the Internet such as spam email attachments, games, programs that claim to speed up downloads, etc. Anti-virus software must be installed on all user computers. The anti-virus software should be updated frequently, and scans must be performed at specified time intervals. Scan external storage devices on an isolated machine especially those that originate from outside the organization. Regular backups of critical data must be made and stored on preferably read-only media such as CDs and DVDs. Worms exploit vulnerabilities in the operating systems. Downloading operating system updates can help reduce the infection and replication of worms. Worms can also be avoided by scanning, all email attachments before downloading them.
  7. Learn how to reverse, debug and patch and Crack Serial Keys of Application programs What you'll learn Introduction to x64dbg and Detect it Easy (DIE) Setting up your cracking workspace and workflow Basic Steps of x64dbg Debugger Stepping Into Calls Funtions of x64dbg What are Breakpoints in Software Cracking Reversing Jumps in Software How to patch a Command Line Software program Summary of Cracking Software Workflow Introduction to cracking Graphical User Interface Based Programs Analyzing the PE for a Graphical User Interface Based program Cracking the Serial Key of Any Application using BP on strings Requirements C++ programming Skills Description In this course, you will get the world of crack software are familiar and hack legal software . This software has different levels from beginner level to advanced, and can be reverse engineering to step-by-step, to teach you. This course is also for other areas related to reverse engineering, such as analysis of malware, etc. making the exploit, and test, the software .At the end of this course you will be able to gauge the effectiveness of software packers, obfuscation and anti-debugging protection and also to have a good idea of how to implement extra countermeasures to improve the security of software.In this course, you will get the world of crack software are familiar and hack legal software . This software has different levels from beginner level to advanced, and can be reverse engineering to step-by-step, to teach you. This course is also for other areas related to reverse engineering, such as analysis of malware, etc. making the exploit, and test, the software .At the end of this course you will be able to gauge the effectiveness of software packers, obfuscation and anti-debugging protection and also to have a good idea of how to implement extra countermeasures to improve the security of software. Who this course is for: Beginners and Intermediate [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  8. Description In order to assess—and ultimately, decrease—an organization’s risk, IT security professionals must first evaluate and reduce existing vulnerabilities. If you’re working to strengthen network security at your organization, it’s essential to have a solid grasp of the processes, methodologies, and tools needed to assess vulnerabilities. In this course, security expert Lisa Bock takes a deep dive into the topic of vulnerability scanning, covering what you need to know to find and address weaknesses that attackers might exploit. Lisa goes over the basics of managing organizational risk, discusses vulnerability analysis methodologies, and shows how to work with vulnerability assessment tools, including Nikto and OpenVAS. Plus, she shares tools and strategies for defending the LAN. Lisa also includes challenge chapters to test your knowledge of each section, along with solutions videos for each challenge. Note: The Ethical Hacking series maps to the 20 parts of the EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) exam (312-50) version 11. Topics include: Common causes of vulnerabilities Identifying and assessing vulnerabilities The Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) Outsourcing vulnerability analysis Leveraging Nikto and other vulnerability assessment tools Securing mobile devices Defending the LAN [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
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    Top 20 Ethical Hacking Tools in 2020

    Top 20 Ethical Hacking Tools in 2020 What are Hacking Tools? Hacking Tools are computer programs and scripts that help you find and exploit weaknesses in computer systems, web applications, servers and networks. There are a variety of such hack tools available in the market. Some of them are open source while others are commercial solution. Following is a handpicked list of Top 20 Best Ethical Hacking Tools, with their popular features and website links. The list contains both open source(free) and commercial(paid) software. 1) Netsparker Netsparker is an easy to use web application security scanner that can automatically find SQL Injection, XSS and other vulnerabilities in your web applications and web services. It is available as on-premises and SAAS solution. Features Dead accurate vulnerability detection with the unique Proof-Based Scanning Technology. Minimal configuration required. Scanner automatically detects URL rewrite rules, custom 404 error pages. REST API for seamless integration with the SDLC, bug tracking systems etc. Fully scalable solution. Scan 1,000 web applications in just 24 hours. 2) Acunetix Acunetix is a fully automated ethical hacking solution that mimics a hacker to keep one step ahead of malicious intruders. The web application security scanner accurately scans HTML5, JavaScript and Single-page applications. It can audit complex, authenticated webapps and issues compliance and management reports on a wide range of web and network vulnerabilities. Features: Scans for all variants of SQL Injection, XSS, and 4500+ additional vulnerabilities Detects over 1200 WordPress core, theme, and plugin vulnerabilities Fast & Scalable – crawls hundreds of thousands of pages without interruptions Integrates with popular WAFs and Issue Trackers to aid in the SDLC Available On Premises and as a Cloud solution. 3) SaferVPN SaferVPN is an indispensable tool in an Ethical hackers arsenal. You may need it to check target in different geographies, simulate nonpersonalized browsing behavior, anonymized file transfers, etc. Features: No Log VPN with high security and anonymity Very fast speeds with 2000+ servers across continents Based in Hongkong, it does not store any data. Split tunneling and 5 simultaneous logins 24/7 support Supports Windows, Mac, Android, Linux, iPhone, etc. 300,000+ IPs Port Forwarding, Dedicated IO and P2P Protection 31 Day Money-Back Guarantee 4) Burp Suite: Burp Suite is a useful platform for performing Security Testing of web applications. Its various hacker tools work seamlessly together to support the entire pen testing process. It spans from initial mapping to analysis of an application's attack surface. Features: It can detect over 3000 web application vulnerabilities. Scan open-source software and custom-built applications An easy to use Login Sequence Recorder allows the automatic scanning Review vulnerability data with built-in vulnerability management. Easily provide wide variety of technical and compliance reports Detects Critical Vulnerabilities with 100% Accuracy Automated crawl and scan Advanced scanning feature for manual testers Cutting-edge scanning logic Download link: [Hidden Content] 5) Ettercap: Ettercap is an ethical hacking tool. It supports active and passive dissection includes features for network and host analysis. Features: It supports active and passive dissection of many protocols Feature of ARP poisoning to sniff on a switched LAN between two hosts Characters can be injected into a server or to a client while maintaining a live connection Ettercap is capable of sniffing an SSH connection in full duplex Allows sniffing of HTTP SSL secured data even when the connection is made using proxy Allows creation of custom plugins using Ettercap's API Download link: [Hidden Content] 6) Aircrack: Aircrack is one of the best, trustable, ethical hacking tool in the market. It cracks vulnerable wireless connections. It is powered by WEP WPA and WPA 2 encryption Keys. Features: More cards/drivers supported Support all types of OS and platforms New WEP attack: PTW Support for WEP dictionary attack Support for Fragmentation attack Improved tracking speed Download link: [Hidden Content] 7) Angry IP Scanner: Angry IP Scanner is open-source and cross-platform ethical hacking tool. It scans IP addresses and ports. Features: Scans local networks as well as the Internet Free and open-source hack tool Random or file in any format Exports results into many formats Extensible with many data fetchers Provides command-line interface Works on Windows, Mac, and Linux No need for Installation Download link: [Hidden Content] GFI LanGuard: GFI LanGuard is an ethical tool that scan networks for vulnerabilities. It can acts as your 'virtual security consultant' on demand. It allows creating an asset inventory of every device. Features: It helps to maintain a secure network over time is to know which changes are affecting your network and Patch management: Fix vulnerabilities before an attack Analyze network centrally Discover security threats early Reduce cost of ownership by centralizing vulnerability scanning Help to maintain a secure and compliant network Download link: [Hidden Content] 9) Savvius: It is an ethical hacking tool. It performance issues and reduces security risk with the deep visibility provided by Omnipeek. It can diagnose network issues faster and better with Savvius packet intelligence. Features: Powerful, easy-to-use network forensics software Savvius automates the capture of the network data required to quickly investigate security alerts Software and integrated appliance solutions Packet intelligence combines deep analysis Rapid resolution of network and security issues Easy to use Intuitive workflow Expert and responsive technical support Onsite deployment for appliances Commitment to our customers and our products Download link: [Hidden Content] 10) QualysGuard: Qualys guard helps businesses streamline their security and compliance solutions. It also builds security into their digital transformation initiatives. This tool can also check the performance vulnerability of the online cloud systems. Features: It is trusted globally No hardware to buy or manage It is a scalable, end-to-end solution for all aspects of IT security Vulnerability data securely stored and processed on an n-tiered architecture of load-balanced servers It sensor provides continuous visibility Data analyzed in real time It can respond to threats in a real-time Download link: [Hidden Content] 11) WebInspect: WebInspect is automated dynamic application security testing that allows performing ethical hacking techniques. It provides comprehensive dynamic analysis of complex web applications and services. Features: Allows to test dynamic behavior of running web applications to identify security vulnerabilities Keep in control of your scan by getting relevant information and statistics at a glance Centralized Program Management Advanced technologies, such as simultaneous crawl professional-level testing to novice security testers Easily inform management on vulnerability trending, compliance management, and risk oversight Download link: [Hidden Content] 12) Hashcat: Hashcat is a robust password cracking and ethical hackers tool. It can help users to recover lost passwords, audit password security, or just find out what data is stored in a hash. Features: Open-Source platform Multi-Platform Support Allows utilizing multiple devices in the same system Utilizing mixed device types in the same system It supports distributed cracking networks Supports interactive pause/resume Supports sessions and restore Built-in benchmarking system Integrated thermal watchdog Supports automatic performance tuning Download link: [Hidden Content] 13) L0phtCrack: L0phtCrack 6 is useful password audit and recovery tool. It identifies and assesses password vulnerability over local machines and networks. Features: Multicore & multi-GPU support helps to optimize hardware Easy to customize Simple Password Loading Schedule sophisticated tasks for automated enterprise-wide password Fix weak passwords issues by forcing password resets or locking accounts It allows multiple auditing OSes Download link: [Hidden Content] 14) Rainbow Crack: RainbowCrack RainbowCrack is a password cracking and ethical hacking tool widely used for hacking devices. It cracks hashes with rainbow tables. It uses time-memory tradeoff algorithm for this purpose. Features: Full time-memory trade-off tool suites, including rainbow table generation It Support rainbow table of any hash algorithm Support rainbow table of any charset Support rainbow table in raw file format (.rt) and compact file format Computation on multi-core processor support GPU acceleration with multiple GPUs Runs on Windows OS and Linux Unified rainbow table file format on every supported OS Command line user interface Graphics user interface Download link: [Hidden Content] 15) IKECrack: IKECrack is an open source authentication crack tool. This ethical hacking tool is designed to brute-force or dictionary attack. This tool also allows performing cryptography tasks. Features: IKECrack is a tool that allows performing Cryptography tasks Initiating client sends encryption options proposal, DH public key, random number, and an ID in an unencrypted packet to the gateway/responder. It is freely available for both personal and commercial use. Therefore, it is perfect choice for user who wants an option for Cryptography programs Download link: [Hidden Content] 16) IronWASP: IronWASP is an open source hacking software. It is web application vulnerability testing. It is designed to be customizable so that users can create their custom security scanners using it. Features: GUI based and very easy to use It has powerful and effective scanning engine Supports for recording Login sequence Reporting in both HTML and RTF formats Checks for over 25 types of web vulnerabilities False Positives and Negatives detection support It supports Python and Ruby Extensible using plug-ins or modules in Python, Ruby, C# or VB.NET Download link: [Hidden Content] 17) Medusa Medusa is one of the best online brute-force, speedy, parallel password crackers ethical hacking tool. This hacking toolkit is also widely used for ethical hacking. Features: It is designed in such a way that it is speedy, massively parallel, modular, login brute-forcer The main aim of this tool is to support as many services which allow remote authentication Allows to perform Thread-based parallel testing and Brute-force testing Flexible user input. It can be specified in a variety of ways All the service module exists as an independent .mod file. No modifications are needed to the core application to extend the supported list of services for brute-forcing Download link: [Hidden Content] 18) NetStumbler NetStumbler is used to detect wireless networks on the Windows platform. Features: Verifying network configurations Finding locations with poor coverage in a WLAN Detecting causes of wireless interference Detecting unauthorized ("rogue") access points Aiming directional antennas for long-haul WLAN links Download link: [Hidden Content] 19) SQLMap SQLMap automates the process of detecting and exploiting SQL Injection weaknesses. It is open source and cross platform. It supports the following database engines. MySQL Oracle Postgre SQL MS SQL Server MS Access IBM DB2 SQLite Firebird Sybase and SAP MaxDB It supports the following SQL Injection Techniques; Boolean-based blind Time-based blind Error-based UNION query Stacked queries and out-of-band. Download link: [Hidden Content] 20) Cain & Abel Cain & Abel is a Microsoft Operating System passwords recovery tool. It is used to - Recover MS Access passwords Uncover password field Sniffing networks Cracking encrypted passwords using dictionary attacks, brute-force, and cryptanalysis attacks. Download link: [Hidden Content] 21) Nessus Nessus can be used to perform; Remote vulnerability scanner Password dictionary attacks Denial of service attacks. It is closed source, cross platform and free for personal use. Download link: [Hidden Content] 22) Zenmap Zenmap is the official Nmap Security Scanner software. It is a multi-platform free and open source application. It is easy to use for beginners but also offers advanced features for experienced users. Features: Interactive and graphical results viewing It summarizes details about a single host or a complete scan in a convenient display. It can even draw a topology map of discovered networks. It can show the differences between two scans. It allows administrators to track new hosts or services appearing on their networks. Or track existing services that go down Download link: [Hidden Content] What are Hacking Tools? Hacking Tools are computer programs and scripts that help you find and exploit weaknesses in computer systems, web applications, servers and networks. There is a variety of such tools available on the market. Some of them are open source while others are commercial solution. Is it Legal to use Hacking Tools? It is legal to use Hacking tools for whitehat hacking purposes. It’s important that you take written permission from the target site before you launch a penetration attack. Without a permission any good intented hacking attempt will land you in legal trouble. To Learn Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking, Join our Telegram Channel. Here you will learn all about ethical hacking and cyber security.
  10. Ethical Hacking: Introduction to Ethical Hacking with Lisa Bock — Lynda What is ethical hacking? When it comes to cybersecurity, hacking comes in many colors: white, grey, black, and shades in between. White hat hackers use their skills for good. They practice ethical hacking: involved testing to see if an organization’s network is vulnerable to outside attacks. Ethical hacking is key to strengthening network security, and it’s one of the most desired skills for any IT security professional. If you’re interested in becoming an ethical hacker, or getting started securing your own network, this introduction is for you. Security expert Lisa Bock explores today’s threat landscape, dissecting the top attack vectors and motives for attacks. Lisa identifies a variety of ways to secure an organization, explores policies that help enforce security objectives, and more. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  11. What you'll learn Ethical Hacking Kali Linux Information Gathering Vulnerability Analysis Web Application Analysis Exploiting Vulnerabilities DNS Analysis IDS and IPS Detection Live Host Identification Network and Port Scanners OSSINT Enum4Linux Dmitry Recon-ng Sparta Nikto Unix-privsec-check Wpscan Burp Suite Wfuzz Commix Sqlmap Metasploit nmap Requirements A basic understanding of Linux Description Learn ethical hacking through Kali Linux, one of the leading Computer Security operating systems! In this course, you will learn how to gather information, detect vulnerabilities, and exploit them using tools in Kali Linux. This course will give you all of the tools you need to be able to test your own servers and applications for vulnerabilities. Computer Security is one of the fastest-growing fields in tech, and ethical hacking is one of the best skills to learn in the field. With a new attack being completed every 39 seconds, it is essential that security experts are equipped with the most powerful tools for the job. The tools in Kali Linux are commonly used by attackers and defenders to help secure their systems. Learning these tools will allow you to secure your system before the attackers get to it! You will learn: DNS Analysis IDS and IPS Detection Live Host Identification nmap OSSINT Enum4Linux Dmitry Recon-ng Sparta Nikto Unix-privesc-check wpscan Burp Suite wfuzz commix Sqlmap Metasploit You will learn how to exploit common vulnerabilities in Linux and Windows, as well as how to find common vulnerabilities in web apps such as command injections, and SQL injections. I am currently working in the Computer Security field, which means that I am knowledgable in the most current attacks and tools used in the field. I have worked on many large projects which involve discovering vulnerabilities, so most of my work is focused on the detection and research of vulnerabilities in live, in-market applications. I will show you how to use Kali Linux to be able to detect these types of vulnerabilities in your live applications. Don't get hacked, learn Kali Linux today, and gain a set of skills that will add major value to your career! Who this course is for: Computer users who look to expand their understanding of ethical hacking and computer security [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  12. What you'll learn Getting Comfortable with Kali Linux The Essential Tools Passive Information Gathering Linux Buffer Overflow Exploitation Working with Exploits Client Side Attacks Requirements No prerequisites for this course - A computer with Internet Description With the skills you gain here, you’re equipped to pursue the Security+ certification from CompTIA.The Security+ Certification by CompTIA is an international and vendor-neutral certification that has been endorsed and recognized by industry computing manufacturers and organizations. This course provides foundational knowledge of the principles, techniques, and tools needed to successfully prepare for the SY0-401 exam. With the skills you gain here, you’re equipped to pursue a number of security certifications including the Security+ from CompTIA and the CEH from EC-Council. Who this course is for: Beginner hackers [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  13. What you'll learn You will learn all the important aspects of Ethical Hacking You will also learn about Website Penetration Testing You will learn about Bug Bounty Mobile Hacking Forensics Practicals Practical Approach and Live Training Live Website Hacking Both Defensive and Offensive attacks explained Requirements Able to use PC and Internet Description Ethical Hacking + Website Hacking + Mobile Hacking and Forensics + Linux for Beginners: 4 in 1 Cyber Security Course 1. Ethical Hacking: Footprinting > Scanning > Gaining Access > Maintaining Access > Clearing Tracks > Generating Reports Footprinting: It is a technique used for gathering information about computer systems and the entities they belong to. To get this information, a hacker might use various tools and technologies. This information is very useful to a hacker who is trying to crack a whole system. Scanning: It can be considered a logical extension of active reconnaissance since the attacker uses details gathered during reconnaissance to identify specific vulnerabilities. Attackers can gather critical network information such as the mapping of systems, routers, and firewalls with simple tools like Traceroute. Port scanners can be used to detect listening ports to find information about the nature of services running on the target machine. Gaining Access: In this phase, hacker designs the blueprint of the network of the target with the help of data collected during Phase 1 and Phase 2. The hacker has finished enumerating and scanning the network and now decide that they have some options to gain access to the network. Maintaining Access: Once a hacker has gained access, they want to keep that access for future exploitation and attacks. Once the hacker owns the system, they can use it as a base to launch additional attacks. The longer a Hacker is able to maintain access the more information He may able to gather. Clearing Tracks: No thief wants to get caught, Prior to the attack, the attacker would change their MAC address and run the attacking machine through at least one VPN to help cover their identity, So no one can reach them. Generating Reports: Reports are a summary of your work deliver to management. You have to include what tools or techniques you have used during pen-testing and what results you got. You have t include screenshots if possible and classify threats on the basis of severity. 2. Website Hacking: Basics to Advanced Attacks= SQL + XSS + DoS & DDoS 3. Mobile Hacking: Learn the art of recovering deleted data and also learn about mobile forensics 4. Linux for Beginners: Bonus Course Provided to help you learn Linux Operating System After Completing all of the above courses you will become a Cyber Security Professional. Learn how Black Hat attacks and How you can Defend, as well as fight back. 5. BONUS: Learn to create a website in 30 seconds using AI New lectures will be added every month Who this course is for: People want to become a Cyber Security Expert Students who want to become Ethical Hacker People want to learn Bug Hunting Anyone who want to learn Internet Security [Hidden Content] Content: [Hidden Content]
  14. What you'll learn A comprehensive Introduction to ethical hacking Approaches towards hacking. How black hat hackers fool you Approaches towards hacking. How Ethical hackers defend you Minimum security policies that an organization should possess Various Weapons of ethical hackers A step by step Ethical hacking session Course content 7 sections • 43 lectures • 43m total length Requirements You should have basic computer operating skills Description Get started with our unique certified ethical hacking and cyber security ultimate course for beginners and newbies which was designed specifically for those who have little or no knowledge of certified hacking and are looking for a starting point in exploring the different concepts and the nature of today’s wonderful discipline that we all love. We have made sure that the course is short and precise to the point in order to increase your understanding however the course is also fully packed with the latest commercial hacking tools, techniques, and concepts used by different types of hackers as they go about their business. The proliferation of computer and mobile devices and their interaction with the internet has brought us a lot of advantages and ease of doing business however this has increased the threat of being hacked as malicious actors roam around the World Wide Web looking for victims to hijack. It is my hope that by the end of this friendly course my students would have grasped the concepts and comprehended the knowledge I was trying to impart and will certainly go a long way in assisting them to defend their computer infrastructure at the home or at the workplace. Who this course is for: Penetration testers Network administrators Cyber security experts and cyber security students And anyone who is interested in this topic of ethical hacking [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  15. What you’ll learn Students learn to hack any Facebook and Instagram account Requirements You have very little information and basics about ethical hacking Description Welcome to this course, in this course, I have shown you different techniques to hack any social media account that hacks Facebook and Instagram account. Disclaimer — This course is for educational purpose only, I have no intention and I do not suggest anyone to hack any social media account without the permission of that person, because without permission social media hack Doing is a cyber crime and if you do such things neither I nor this course will be responsible for it. Only you will be responsible for that crime. In this course, there are 6 different types of things by which you can hack social media accounts like Facebook and Instagram. Along with this, I have given various things with the help of which you can hack social media account. There are various tools that you need to have to hack social media accounts and I have everything in my lecture that teaches you how to hack social media accounts like Facebook and Instagram. So what are you waiting for, come and join this course, and learn how to hack (morally, in Hindi) any Facebook and Instagram account. In this course, I have taught everything in Hindi so that the person who wants to learn can learn in easy and understandable language.aa Who this course is for: Ethical hackers [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  16. Ethical Hacking: Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots — Lynda — Updated 2/10/2021 Ethical hacking—testing to see if an organization’s network is vulnerable to outside attacks—is a desired skill for many IT security professionals. In this course, cybersecurity expert Malcolm Shore prepares you to take your first steps into testing client defenses. Malcolm provides you with an overview of firewall technology, detailing how firewalls work in both Windows and Linux, as well as how to set up a firewall simulation in a GNS3 network. Next, he goes over web application firewalls, API gateway threat mitigation solutions, and how to use honeypots to detect intruders. Finally, he covers the main ways to manage a suspected intrusion, including how to use the Security Onion intrusion detection system (IDS). Note: The topics covered in this course are drawn from the Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots competency in the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) body of knowledge. Topics include: Applying the basics of the Windows Firewall Using advanced features in the Windows Firewall Reviewing firewall logs Linux iptables Setting up an iptables firewall Managing rules with Firewall Builder Setting up a Cisco PIX firewall Installing GNS3 How web application firewalls protect web servers Protecting API services with the WSO2 gateway Running the Cowrie honeypot Detecting intrusions with Security Onion [Hidden Content]] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  17. What you'll learn Ethical hacking based on termux and nethunter(without root) Nethunter Requirements An android device Android version +5.0 Description This course majorly aims on cybersecuirity ,before people had to own a laptop or they have to grant their mobile a root acess as well as to install custom ROMS's for perorming these kind of activities. Also these thing were to expensive,so here we are with an ethical hacking course which you can perform without rooting your android device ensuring your device safety as well as teaching you virtual anonymous-ness. We worked on all the tricks deal with errors and here we have now put this course in front of you providing you an easy start for your cybersecuirity journey. We except that all the knowledge being taught here will be used only for educatonal and ethical purpose . Fratellos isn't liable to any illegal activities performed by you. All the lectures have being made simpler so any beginner will get into the flow. However Hacking isn't liited to this only it is important to understand what is hacking its's purpose and how one can get liable for punishment. One most remember that "A day in Glory isn't worth Years in Jail" Who this course is for: Beginners Age group 18-22 [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  18. What you'll learn A much higher skill level as a pentester or a hacker. Learn basic tools and techniques in vulnerability assessment and exploitation Foot printing, scanning, enumeration, explotation and privilege escalation Practical understanding of pentesting tools and technigues Requirements A good understanding of networking. Entry level knowledge of pentesting or hacking. Comfortable using the Linux command line interface (CLI). Comfortable learning bits of programming code such as Python and PHP. Comfortable creating virtual machines. Hardware and software capable of handling virtulization. Comfortable with the English langauge. Description You've taken the ethical hacking courses, you've been introduced to the tools and the methodology. This course brings it all together showing students how to perform an actual pentest and gain root access. More importantly, students learn how to conduct a pentest using the hacker's methodology. We learned to walk before we could run and technology and pentesting are no different. This course is designed to introduce students to skills similar to what hackers use in real-life situations and obtain a greater depth of understanding of how vulnerabilities are exploited. Although there is no specific step-by-step methodology used by all hackers, a typical hacking process comprises of the following steps: Footprinting – the process of using passive methods of gaining information about the target system prior to performing the attack. Scanning – the process of taking information obtained from the footprinting phase in order to target the attack more precisely. Some of the methods used in this phase are port scans, ping sweeps, operating systems detection, observation of facilities used by the target, and so on. Enumeration – the process of extracting more detailed information about the information obtained during the scanning phase to determine its usefulness. Some of the methods used in this step are user accounts enumeration, SNMP enumeration, UNIX/Linux enumeration, LDAP enumeration, NTP enumeration, SMTP enumeration, DNS enumeration, etc. System hacking – the process of planning and executing the attack based on the information obtained in the previous phases. In this phase, the attacker performs the actual hacking process using hacking tools. Escalation of privilege – the process of obtaining privileges that are granted to higher privileged accounts than the attacker broke into originally. The goal of this step is to move from a low-level account (such as a guest account) all the way up to an administrator. Covering tracks – the process of removing any evidence of the attacker’s presence in a system. The attacker purges log files and removes other evidence needed for the owner of the system to determine that an attack occurred. Planting backdoors – the process of securing unauthorized remote access to a computer, so the attacker can access the system later without being detected. Backdoors are usually computer programs that give an attacker remote access to a targeted computer system. Students step through each of the Capture the Flags (CTF) walkthroughs looking for clues to help guide. The clues will help the pentester find and exploit the target to gain root access. Each CTF demonstrates the techniques and hacking methodology used by pentesters, and hackers. Students having completed my Ethical Hacking Courses Parts 1 and 2 can now put to use what they have learned. You've seen the tools, heard all the war stories, now learn ethical hacking like you've been wanting to. Don't cheat yourself! Check out the free preview of the first module of the course. Students have lifetime access and more CTF exercises will be added over time. Who this course is for: Those wanting to learn pentesting technigues, Those wanting to be about pentesting tools, [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  19. What you'll learn We are also giving you study material as pdf in our course . The very latest up-to-date information and methods. Practical Ethical Hacking and Penetration Testing Skills Fun With Ethical Hacking Guide In Android Termux Tutorial A complete tutorial explaining how to build a virtual hacking environment, attack networks, and break passwords. Requirements Only Basic Knowledge About Internet & Android NO previous hacking knowledge required Description Welcome to my course Learn Ethical Hacking With Termux : Android Tutorial 2021. In this course you will learn how to Hack and Secure with termux with your Android device from scratch, you don't need to have any prior knowledge about Hacking, Linux, Android and even Computers. This course is highly practical but it won't neglect the theory; we'll start with ethical hacking basics. In this course, you will learn the practical side of ethical hacking.This course is designed for everyone out there who want to learn how to learn ethical hacking in new and fun way with Android devices. This Course Includes Complete Termux Tutorials In Ethical Hacking & Information Security. Features :- It allow you to ssh your remote server via openssh. You can also ssh into your android devices from any remote system You could choose any shells such as BASH, ZSH AND FIST ETC You can choose different text editor such as emacs, nano. and vim to edit/ view files. Install any packages of your choice in your android devices using apt packages manager. up to date version of git, perl, python, ruby and node. js are all available. Connect your android device with a bluetooth, keyboard, mouse and external display and use it like a convergence device. Termux supports keyboard shortcuts. Termux allows you to run almost all GNU/ LINUX Commands. Important notice - We are also giving you study material as pdf in our course . you can download it when you enroll in our course. Who this course is for: Beginner students Students curious about Ethical Hacking and Information Security Anybody interested in learning how hackers hack the systems Person who want to learn ethical hacking with Termux. We are also giving you study material as pdf in our course . you can download it when you enroll in our course [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  20. What you'll learn In this course , students will learn how to hack any Wi-Fi system and W-Fi Network Requirements Need little knowledge of Ethical Hacking Description Hello everyone , this is a Advanced Wi-Fi hacking course. In this course , i have well explained everything about WiFi hacking and How to do it. This course is a fully advanced course and in this course we will only talk about WiFi Networks or WiFi system and how to hack them with different techniques. This course is specially made only on WiFi networks and their systems and to hacking them. In this course , i have also taught you that how you can save your WiFi network from getting hacked and different methods by which you can check is your WiFi is already hacked or not. Disclaimer ---- This course is only made for educational purpose. I don't promote anyone to hack anyone's WiFi network. In this lecture , the WiFi which i have hacked are ethically , i have permissions for that hacking. So , don't misuse the valuable information you get it form here , because if you someone's WiFi network without their permission then it will be a cyber crime . So in that case , only you will be responsible for that , neither me nor this course will be responsible. So , i hope you all will be happy to buy this course and it will worth you of this price of this Advanced WiFi Hacking Course , and i am definitely sure , after learning from this course , you all can easily hack any WiFi system or network very easily. Who this course is for: Ethical Hackers [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  21. Ethical hacking—testing to see if an organization's network is vulnerable to outside attacks—is a desired skill for many IT security professionals. In this course, cybersecurity expert Malcolm Shore prepares you to take your first steps into testing client defenses. Malcolm provides you with an overview of firewall technology, detailing how firewalls work in both Windows and Linux, as well as how to set up a firewall simulation in a GNS3 network. Next, he goes over web application firewalls, API gateway threat mitigation solutions, and how to use honeypots to detect intruders. Finally, he covers the main ways to manage a suspected intrusion, including how to use the Security Onion intrusion detection system (IDS). Note: The topics covered in this course are drawn from the Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots competency in the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) body of knowledge. Topics include: Applying the basics of the Windows Firewall Using advanced features in the Windows Firewall Reviewing firewall logs Linux iptables Setting up an iptables firewall Managing rules with Firewall Builder Setting up a Cisco PIX firewall Installing GNS3 How web application firewalls protect web servers Protecting API services with the WSO2 gateway Running the Cowrie honeypot Detecting intrusions with Security Onion [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  22. What you'll learn 135+ ethical hacking & security videos. Start from 0 up to a high-intermediate level. Learn ethical hacking, its fields & the different types of hackers. Install a hacking lab & needed software (on Windows, OS X and Linux). Hack & secure both WiFi & wired networks. Understand how websites work, how to discover & exploit web application vulnerabilities to hack websites. Use 30+ hacking tools such as Metasploit, Aircrack-ng, SQLmap.....etc. Discover vulnerabilities & exploit them to hack into servers. Hack secure systems using client-side & social engineering. Secure systems from all the attacks shown. Install & use Kali Linux - a penetration testing operating system. Learn linux basics. Learn linux commands & how to interact with the terminal. Learn Network Hacking / Penetration Testing. Network basics & how devices interact inside a network. Run attacks on networks without knowing its key. Control Wi-Fi connections without knowing the password. Create a fake Wi-Fi network with internet connection & spy on clients. Gather detailed information about networks & connected clients like their OS, ports ...etc. Crack WEP/WPA/WPA2 encryptions using a number of methods. ARP Spoofing / ARP Poisoning. Launch various Man In The Middle attacks. Access any account accessed by any client on the network. Sniff network traffic & analyse it to extract important info such as: passwords, cookies, urls, videos, images ..etc. Intercept network traffic & modify it on the fly. Discover devices connected to the same network. Inject Javascript in pages loaded by clients connected to the same network. Redirect DNS requests to any destination (DNS spoofing). Secure networks from the discussed attacks. Edit router settings for maximum security. Discover suspicious activities in networks. Encrypt traffic to prevent MITM attacks. Discover open ports, installed services and vulnerabilities on computer systems. Hack servers using server side attacks. Exploit buffer over flows & code execution vulnerabilities to gain control over systems. Hack systems using client side attacks. Hack systems using fake updates. Hack systems by backdooring downloads on the fly. Create undetectable backdoors. Backdoor normal programs. Backdoor any file type such as pictures, pdf's ...etc. Gather information about people, such as emails, social media accounts, emails and friends. Hack secure systems using social engineering. Send emails from ANY email account without knowing the password for that account. Analyse malware. Manually detect undetectable malware. Read, write download, upload and execute files on compromised systems. Capture keystrokes on a compromised system. Use a compromised computer as a pivot to hack other systems. Understand how websites & web applications work. Understand how browsers communicate with websites. Gather sensitive information about websites. Discover servers, technologies & services used on target website. Discover emails & sensitive data associated with a specific website. Discover subdomains associated with a website. Discover unpublished directories & files associated with a target website. Discover websites hosted on the same server as the target website. Exploit file upload vulnerabilities to gain control over target website. Discover, exploit and fix code execution vulnerabilities. Discover, exploit & fix local file inclusion vulnerabilities. Discover, exploit & fix SQL injection vulnerabilities. Bypass login forms and login as admin using SQL injections. Exploit SQL injections to find databases, tables & sensitive data such as usernames, passwords...etc Read / Write files to the server using SQL injections. Learn the right way to write SQL queries to prevent SQL injections. Discover reflected XSS vulnerabilities. Discover Stored XSS vulnerabilities. Hook victims to BeEF using XSS vulnerabilities. Fix XSS vulnerabilities & protect yourself from them as a user. Discover MITM & ARP Spoofing attacks. Requirements Basic IT Skills No Linux, programming or hacking knowledge required. Computer with a minimum of 4GB ram/memory. Operating System: Windows / OS X / Linux. For WiFi cracking (10 lectures ONLY) - Wireless adapter that supports monitor mode (more info provided in the course). Description Welcome this comprehensive Ethical Hacking course! This course assumes you have NO prior knowledge and by the end of it you'll be able to hack systems like black-hat hackers and secure them like security experts! This course is highly practical but it won't neglect the theory; we'll start with ethical hacking basics, breakdown the different penetration testing fields and install the needed software (on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X), then we'll dive and start hacking straight away. You'll learn everything by example, by analysing and exploiting different systems such as networks, servers, clients, websites .....etc. We'll never have any boring dry theoretical lectures. The course is divided into a number of sections, each section covers a penetration testing / hacking field, in each of these sections you'll first learn how the target system works, the weaknesses of this system, and how to practically exploit theses weaknesses to hack into this system. By the end of the course you will have a strong foundation in most hacking or penetration testing fields and you'll also learn how to detect, prevent and secure systems and yourself from the discussed attacks. The course is divided into four main sections: 1. Network Hacking - This section will teach you how to test the security of both wired & wireless networks. First, you will learn network basics, how they work, and how devices communicate with each other. Then it will branch into three sub sections: Pre-connection attacks: in this subsection you'll learn a number of attacks that can be executed without connecting to the target network and without the need to know the network password; you'll learn how to gather information about the networks around you, discover connected devices, and control connections (deny/allow devices from connecting to networks). Gaining Access: Now that you gathered information about the networks around you, in this subsection you will learn how to crack the key and get the password to your target network weather it uses WEP, WPA or even WPA2. Post Connection attacks: Now that you have the key, you can connect to the target network, in this subsection you will learn a number of powerful techniques that allow you to gather comprehensive information about the connected devices, see anything they do on the internet (such as login information, passwords, visited urls, images, videos ....etc), redirect requests, inject evil code in loaded pages and much more! All of these attacks work against both wireless and wired networks. You will also learn how to create a fake WiFi network, attract users to connect to it and use all of the above techniques against the connected clients. 2. Gaining Access - In this section you will learn two main approaches to gain full control or hack computer systems: Server Side Attacks: In this subsection you will learn how to gain full access to computer systems without user interaction. You will learn how to gather useful information about a target computer system such as its operating system, open ports, installed services, then use this information to discover weaknesses and vulnerabilities and exploit them to gain full control over the target. Finally you will learn how to automatically scan servers for vulnerabilities and generate different types of reports with your discoveries. Client Side Attacks - If the target system does not contain any weaknesses then the only way to hack it is by interacting with the users, in this subsection you'll learn how to get the target user to install a backdoor on their system without even realising, this is done by hijacking software updates or backdoornig downloadeds on the fly. This subsection also teaches you how to use social engineering to hack into secure systems, so you'll learn how to gather comprehensive information about system users such as their social accounts, friends, their mails.....etc, you'll learn how to create trojans by backdooring normal files (such as an image or a pdf) and use the gathered information to spoof emails so they appear as if they're sent from the target's friend, boss or any email account they're likely to interact with, to social engineer them into running your torjan. 3. Post Exploitation - In this section you will learn how to interact with the systems you compromised so far. You’ll learn how to access the file system (read/write/upload/execute), maintain your access, spy on the target (capture key strikes, turn on the webcam, take screenshots....etc) and even use the target computer as a pivot to hack other systems. 4. Website / Web Application Hacking - In this section you will learn how websites work, how to gather information about a target website (such as website owner, server location, used technologies ....etc) and how to discover and exploit the following dangerous vulnerabilities to hack into websites: File Upload. Code Execution. Local File Inclusion. Remote File Inclusion. SQL Injection. Cross Site Scripting (XSS). At the end of each section you will learn how to detect, prevent and secure systems and yourself from the discussed attacks. All the techniques in this course are practical and work against real systems, you'll understand the whole mechanism of each technique first, then you'll learn how to use it to hack into the target system. By the end of the course you'll be able to modify the these techniques to launch more powerful attacks, and adopt them to suit different situations and different scenarios. With this course you'll get 24/7 support, so if you have any questions you can post them in the Q&A section and we'll respond to you within 15 hours. Notes: This course is created for educational purposes only, all the attacks are launched in my own lab or against systems that I have permission to test. This course is totally a product of Zaid Sabih & zSecurity and no other organisation is associated with it or a certification exam. Although, you will receive a Course Completion Certification from Udemy, apart from that NO OTHER ORGANISATION IS INVOLVED. Who this course is for: Anybody interested in learning ethical hacking / penetration testing Anybody interested in learning how hackers hack computer systems Anybody interested in learning how to secure systems from hackers [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  23. What you'll learn Learn the basics of Red Team Windows tactics Learn basic Red Team Ethical Hacking topics Advanced Windows commands Hands-on Red Team tactics, techniques, and procedure (TTP) demos Requirements Computer or Laptop capable of running virtual machines with access to internet Familiarity with Metasploit Familiarity with Windows Domains Description Acquire the knowledge to become a Red Team operator on Windows Domains Learn how to do basic Post-Exploitation tactics on Windows Domains such as enumeration, lateral movement, local/remote effects, persistence, evasion, and much more! This course will teach you Red Team tactics in a very practical and hands-on approach! With over 30 lectures and 3 hours of video this course will get you the jump start you need to learn Red Team basics. Every lecture on a TTP (tactic, technique, and procedure) will demo commands you can follow on your own Windows lab environment. ** Grow your skills in Red Teaming to enhance your professional skills! The course will cover a wide range of topics, including: Red Team Basics C2 Systems Basic Administration Commands Enumeration Local and Remote Effects Lateral Movement Persistence Evasion Regardless if you want to be a professional Red Teamer yourself, interested in some of the basics of how Post-Exploitation works once a user gets the right credentials or access token, and/or just curious and want to expand your knowledge of hacking and computers in general, this is the course for you. So what are you waiting for? Learn Red Teaming now to advance your professional career and/or knowledge! * Taught skills must only be used ethically for a professional red team or penetration testing job, or for general cyber awareness for better security practices Who this course is for: Beginners to Ethical Hacking Cybersecurity Professionals Red Team Operators Ethical Hackers Penetration Testers Security Engineers System Administrators Network Engineers Security Engineers [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  24. Ethical Hacking: Social Engineering Pluralsight is not an official partner or accredited training center of EC-Council. This course will teach you about social engineering techniques attackers use to compromise systems, and the tools you can use to fight back. Description Pluralsight is not an official partner or accredited training center of EC-Council. Security defenses within information systems focus primarily on technology controls, that is, security is implemented within physical appliances and software. These controls are frequently bypassed when the humans themselves are compromised by a social engineering attack. Social engineering involves compromising the individuals that use these systems. Attackers look to exploit weaknesses in human nature and coerce people into performing actions which give the attacker an advantage. In this course, we'll look at various different social engineering techniques that can be used to compromise systems. We'll also look at both computer-based and behavior-based tools to help defend against this risk. This course is part of the Ethical Hacking Series. [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  25. ETHICAL HACKING USING ANDROID DEVICE In This Course You Get Some Videos Tutorials For Learning Hacking Using Android Devices LINK - [Hidden Content]