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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. You care about what you build. Protect your websites with the best security available. Wordfence includes an endpoint firewall and malware scanner that were built from the ground up to protect WordPress. Our Threat Defense Feed arms Wordfence with the newest firewall rules, malware signatures and malicious IP addresses it needs to keep your website safe. Rounded out by a suite of additional features, Wordfence is the most comprehensive security option available. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  3. Learn the art of System and Mobile Hacking. Learn to secure your devices like a Security Professional What you'll learn How to hack a Computer You will learn How different tools and techniques work in real world How to test the security of your system How to protect your Mobile from various external threats You will learn about System Security Hands-on Experience Requirements You will able to use PC You must have internet connection Description Learn by doing. You will learn most of the important tools and techniques used to test the security of your Computer System and Mobile Devices. You will learn how to hack your device and how to protect them from various external Threats. System Hacking is the activity of identifying weaknesses in a computer system or a network to exploit the security to gain access to personal data or business data. An example of system hacking can be: using a password cracking tool to gain access to a computer system. You may also perform System Hacking without using any kind of tool. Learning computer hacking and security is an important aspect in today world. Let's have a look on the topics you will learn in this course. Topics Covered in this Course are: 1. Footprinting 2. Scanning 3. Gaining Access 4. Maintaining Access 5. Clearing Tracks 6. Generating Reports 7. Quick Hacking Tips 8. Hands-on Training 9. Hacking Mobile Device 10. Securing your Computer and Mobile. Anyone who is interested to learn about Cyber Security may join this course. This course doesn't make you an expert in the field of cyber security. But, this course will teach you practical things which are must to learn for an individual if you want to know about latest attacks and their defence. Let's get started.... Who this course is for: Anyone who want to learn System and Mobile Security Anyone who is interested in Cyber Security [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  4. SniperPhish is a phishing toolkit for pentester or security professionals to enhance user awareness by simulating real-world phishing attacks. SniperPhish helps to combine both phishing emails and phishing websites you created to centrally track user actions. The tool is designed in a view of performing professional phishing exercises and would be reminded to take prior permission from the targeted organization to avoid legal implications. Main Features Web tracker code generation – track your website visits and form submissions independently Create and schedule Phishing mail campaigns Combine your phishing site with an email campaign for centrally tracking An independent “Simple Tracker” module for quick tracking an email or web page visit Advance report generation – generate reports based on the tracking data you needed Custom tracker images and dynamic QR codes in messages Track phishing message replies [hide][Hidden Content]]
  5. Potential Security Threats To Your Computer Systems A computer system threat is anything that leads to loss or corruption of data or physical damage to the hardware and/or infrastructure. Knowing how to identify computer security threats is the first step in protecting computer systems. The threats could be intentional, accidental or caused by natural disasters. In this article, we will introduce you to the common computer system threats and how you can protect systems against them. Topics covered in this tutorial What is a Security Threat? What are Physical Threats? What are Non-physical Threats? What is a Security Threat? Security Threat is defined as a risk that which can potentially harm computer systems and organization. The cause could be physical such as someone stealing a computer that contains vital data. The cause could also be non-physical such as a virus attack. In these tutorial series, we will define a threat as a potential attack from a hacker that can allow them to gain unauthorized access to a computer system. What are Physical Threats? A physical threat is a potential cause of an incident that may result in loss or physical damage to the computer systems. The following list classifies the physical threats into three (3) main categories; Internal: The threats include fire, unstable power supply, humidity in the rooms housing the hardware, etc. External: These threats include Lightning, floods, earthquakes, etc. Human: These threats include theft, vandalism of the infrastructure and/or hardware, disruption, accidental or intentional errors. To protect computer systems from the above mentioned physical threats, an organization must have physical security control measures. The following list shows some of the possible measures that can be taken: Internal: Fire threats could be prevented by the use of automatic fire detectors and extinguishers that do not use water to put out a fire. The unstable power supply can be prevented by the use of voltage controllers. An air conditioner can be used to control the humidity in the computer room. External: Lightning protection systems can be used to protect computer systems against such attacks. Lightning protection systems are not 100% perfect, but to a certain extent, they reduce the chances of Lightning causing damage. Housing computer systems in high lands are one of the possible ways of protecting systems against floods. Humans: Threats such as theft can be prevented by use of locked doors and restricted access to computer rooms. What are Non-physical threats? A non-physical threat is a potential cause of an incident that may result in; Loss or corruption of system data Disrupt business operations that rely on computer systems Loss of sensitive information Illegal monitoring of activities on computer systems Cyber Security Breaches Others The non-physical threats are also known as logical threats. The following list is the common types of non-physical threats; Virus Trojans Worms Spyware Key loggers Adware Denial of Service Attacks Distributed Denial of Service Attacks Unauthorized access to computer systems resources such as data Phishing Other Computer Security Risks To protect computer systems from the above-mentioned threats, an organization must have logical security measures in place. The following list shows some of the possible measures that can be taken to protect cyber security threats To protect against viruses, Trojans, worms, etc. an organization can use anti-virus software. In additional to the anti-virus software, an organization can also have control measures on the usage of external storage devices and visiting the website that is most likely to download unauthorized programs onto the user’s computer. Unauthorized access to computer system resources can be prevented by the use of authentication methods. The authentication methods can be, in the form of user ids and strong passwords, smart cards or biometric, etc. Intrusion-detection/prevention systems can be used to protect against denial of service attacks.There are other measures too that can be put in place to avoid denial of service attacks.
  6. Project SECURITY is a powerful website security app that will protect your website from hackers, attacks and other threats. It will protect your website from SQLi Attacks (SQL Injections), XSS Vulnerabilities, Proxy Visitors, VPN Visitors, TOR Visitors, Spam and many other types of threats. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  7. SniperPhish SniperPhish is a phishing toolkit for pentester or security professionals to enhance user awareness by simulating real-world phishing attacks. SniperPhish helps to combine both phishing emails and phishing websites you created to centrally track user actions. The tool is designed in a view of performing professional phishing exercises and would be reminded to take prior permission from the targeted organization to avoid legal implications. Main Features Web tracker code generation – track your website visits and form submissions independently Create and schedule Phishing mail campaigns Combine your phishing site with an email campaign for centrally tracking An independent “Simple Tracker” module for quick tracking an email or web page visit Advance report generation – generate reports based on the tracking data you needed Custom tracker images and dynamic QR codes in messages Track phishing message replies [hide][Hidden Content]]
  8. S.O.S Security Suite – The program is a free, user friendly application that helps you to get rid of Malware, Adware and Spyware, and also prevent from being infected. There is also a hardware and security flaws detection element and a system optimization module. All these features together bring you what the application’s initials stand for: A Safer and Optimal System. S.O.S Security Suite is the successor to UVK and is designed to help you eliminate Malware, Adware, and Spyware and help prevent you from being infected. It also includes a hardware and security flaw detection element and a system optimization module that, when combined with its other features, enables you to have a Safer and Optimal System – thus S.O.S. S.O.S Security Suite should be used alongside your full-service antivirus app of choice like Malwarebytes and should be considered another layer of protection for your machine. As mentioned above, it includes a system flaw detection module that will notify you about any software or hardware-related issues and then help fix them. The included System Optimization module will help keep you safe by ensuring that you have the best privacy, performance, and reliability for your system. S.O.S. Security Suite can either be installed as a portable tool or an installer; the option is given during install. It also provides you with a threat scan. It has a System Immunization and Execute section that will prevent work by preventing threats from being executed instead of just blocking them when they are being executed. You can also whitelist apps easily. SOS’s interface is easy-to-navigate but packed with useful features and includes a link to an online help section if you get stuck. S.O.S Security Suite appears to be by all accounts a decent tool in the ongoing fight against malware, etc. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  9. Master Top Techniques Used by Hackers, Get Hands-on Practical Exercises to "Know the Enemy" and Secure Your Apps. What you'll learn Web Security Fundamentals OWASP Top 10 Hacking Techniques Cyber Security Penetration Testing Bug Bounty Application Security SQL injection Cross-site Scripting XSS Cross-site Request Forgery CSRF Sensitive Data Exposure Weak Authentication Requirements Basic networking concepts Description *** Continuously Updated *** Welcome to "Ultimate Guide to Web Application Security OWASP Top Attacks" In this course, we will explore together the most common attacks against web applications, referred to as OWASP TOP 10, and learn how to exploit these vulnerabilities so that you have a solid background in order to protect your assets. You will: - Discover OWASP Top attacks and how they are performed and the tricks and techniques related to them. - Do extensive exercises on DVWA (Damn Vulnerable Web Application) and OWASP BWA (Broken Web Applications) to see in actual practice how to attack live systems and what goes on behind the scenes. - Learn to get information about a target domain and search for potential victims. - See the tools most used by hackers of all levels grouped in one place; the Kali Linux distribution. - Code some of your own scripts to get you started with advanced penetration where you will need to forge you own tools. DISCLAIMER: This course is for educational purposes only. Use at your own risk. You must have an explicit authorization to use these techniques and similar ones on assets not owned by you. The author holds no legal responsibility whatsoever for any unlawful usage leveraging the techniques and methods described in this course. If you like the course, please give a rating and recommend to you friends. Who this course is for: IT Security practitioner Developer Network Engineer Network Security Specialist Cyber Security Manager Penetration Tester [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  10. HawkScan Security Tool for Reconnaissance and Information Gathering on a website. (python 2.x & 3.x) This script uses “WafW00f” to detect the WAF in the first step. This script uses “Sublist3r” to scan subdomains. This script uses “waybacktool” to check in the waybackmachine. Features URL fuzzing and dir/file detection Test backup/old file on all the files found (index.php.bak, index.php~ …) Check header information Check DNS information Check whois information User-agent random or personal Extract files Keep a trace of the scan Check @mail in the website and check if @mails leaked CMS detection + version and vulns Subdomain Checker Backup system (if the script stopped, it take again in the same place) WAF detection Add personal prefix Auto-update script Auto or personal output of scan (scan.txt) Check Github Recursive dir/file Scan with an authentication cookie Option –profil to pass profil page during the scan HTML report Work it with py2 and py3 Add option rate-limit if the app is unstable (–timesleep) Check-in waybackmachine Response error to WAF Check if DataBase firebaseio exist and accessible Automatic threads depending on the response to a website (and reconfig if WAF detected too many times). Max: 30 Search S3 buckets in source code page Testing bypass of waf if detected Testing if it’s possible scanning with “localhost” host Changelog v1.7.9 Updated: dico.txt → dichawk.txt (dico.txt it was to simple for a personal dictionary Fixed: Bug on parsing JS [hide][Hidden Content]]
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  13. HawkScan Security Tool for Reconnaissance and Information Gathering on a website. (python 2.x & 3.x) This script uses “WafW00f” to detect the WAF in the first step. This script uses “Sublist3r” to scan subdomains. This script uses “waybacktool” to check in the waybackmachine. Features URL fuzzing and dir/file detection Test backup/old file on all the files found (index.php.bak, index.php~ …) Check header information Check DNS information Check whois information User-agent random or personal Extract files Keep a trace of the scan Check @mail in the website and check if @mails leaked CMS detection + version and vulns Subdomain Checker Backup system (if the script stopped, it take again in the same place) WAF detection Add personal prefix Auto-update script Auto or personal output of scan (scan.txt) Check Github Recursive dir/file Scan with an authentication cookie Option –profil to pass profil page during the scan HTML report Work it with py2 and py3 Add option rate-limit if the app is unstable (–timesleep) Check-in waybackmachine Response error to WAF Check if DataBase firebaseio exist and accessible Automatic threads depending on the response to a website (and reconfig if WAF detected too many times). Max: 30 Search S3 buckets in source code page Testing bypass of waf if detected Testing if it’s possible scanning with “localhost” host Changelog v1.7.7 Updated: Rrefont helping style Added: Notify when scan completed (Only work on Linux) [hide][Hidden Content]]
  14. Parrot Security OS is a security-oriented operating system, which is designed for infiltration testing, computer forensics, reverse engineering, attack, cloud penetration testing, privacy / anonymous, password, and other occasions. The release is based on Debian, which features the MATE desktop environment and developed by the Frozen box network. Lorenzo Faletra announces the release of Parrot Security OS 4.10, a security-oriented operating system designed for penetration testing, computer forensics, reverse engineering, attacks, cloud penetration testing, privacy/anonymity, passwords and more. The distribution is based on Debian, which features the MATE desktop environment and was developed by the Frozen box network. Changelog v4.11 Debian freezing and LTS plans Debian is in “feature freeze” state to prepare for the new stable release. Parrot 4.11 will benefit from this, and all the updates from now on will be subject to more tests. We will catch the opportunity of a new Debian release to convert the current branch into a Long Term Support branch with fewer updates for a very reliable user experience. The Long Term Support conversion plan will also re-introduce ARM support and init freedom. We are evaluating the idea of continuing to provide a Rolling Release branch along side the LTS one. Important updates Linux 5.10 is the default kernel of this new Parrot version, with better hardware support for very recent hardware. We plan to release Linux 5.11 as soon as possible as a later update. We have finally purged many old, broken and unmaintained tools, and revisited many of the existing ones. Our tool metapackages were revisited as well to reflect this little revolution. Parrot 4.11 provides cleaner metapackages, updated tools and a more consistent repository. Previous Parrot versions used to have un-needed services shut down by default, but such services happened to re-enable randomly after system updates. We have enforced some systemd rules to prevent this happening. Certain tools used for Linux local privilege escalation represented a security hazard for parrot, so we have disabled and unarmed them (i.e. xspy is no longer an executable file in /usr/bin). Alternate Editions Kde Plasma now works again as expected, and it was updated to provide a better look and feel. XFCE has been updated with several improvements and fixes. Noticeable updates for pentesters Metasploit framework was updated to 6.0.36, and we keep updating it weekly. Bettercap has finally been updated to 2.29, and 2.30 is coming very soon. Pompem was patched from Parrot team to properly handle down services and use the new wpvulndb server. Routersploit was updated to make it work with python 3.9. Xspy was patched to not be executable on host system. Fish and Zsh support is now available in our skel, including the latest zsh-autocomplete version. We can’t report all the updates done to our tools here. If you are interested in a particular package, please read its specific changelog in /usr/share/doc/packagename to know more. Noticeable updates for developers VSCodium, the open-source binary distribution of VSCode with telemetry removed at source level, is still our default development tool, and it was updated to its latest version (1.54). Geany (with some Parrot customizations) is also pre-installed for those running on less powerful hardware. Parrot now ships with Python 3.9. Python 2 is finally deprecated, and /usr/bin/python now points to /usr/bin/python3 by default. Parrot also includes Go 1.15, and Go 1.16 will come very soon. The default Gcc version is 10.2.1. Open a terminal window, type sudo apt show parrot-devel- and press TAB a couple of times to get the list of available packages from the bash autocompletion. Complete the command with the package of your choice to know more about the features delivered (i.e. apt show parrot-devel-golang). Additional metapackages for developers will come soon. Other updates from upstream providers As always, this version ships with all the latest updates from our upstream sources (mostly Debian), and every new fix, improvement (or bug) is now included in Parrot 4.11 as well. From the firefox browser to the mate desktop environment, all the awesome upates and security fixes from upstream sources since the previous release are now part of the Parrot repository and hence part of this new release. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  15. You care about what you build. Protect your websites with the best WordPress security available. Wordfence includes an endpoint firewall and malware scanner that were built from the ground up to protect WordPress. Our Threat Defense Feed arms Wordfence with the newest firewall rules, malware signatures and malicious IP addresses it needs to keep your website safe. Rounded out by a suite of additional features, Wordfence is the most comprehensive security option available. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  16. What you'll learn An advanced practical skill-set in how to stay anonymous online, how to maintain privacy and how to bypass firewalls and proxies. After this course, you will have a detailed understanding of how anonymity online might be achieved against various types of adversaries. From corporations to nation-state adversaries. Start a career in cyber security. Become a cyber security specialist. The very latest up-to-date information and methods. You will learn how to apply effective OPSEC or operational security to maintain anonymity online. OPSEC is the actions and behaviors required to maintain security and anonymity. We look at live operating systems, what they are, which are the best ones, and how they can be used for security, privacy, and anonymity. You will gain a complete understanding of how to use virtual private networks (or VPNs) for security, privacy and to attempt anonymity. Everything from choosing a provider to preventing protocol leaks. We fully explore the anonymising service and darknet known as Tor. What are its weaknesses and what you can do to mitigate those weaknesses to improve your anonymity and security when you are using Tor. Including exploring the use of virtual and hardware routers and gateways. You will learn how proxies servers are used for privacy and hiding your IP address. You will understand the difference between the various types of proxies, what they are suitable for, and importantly learn about their many weaknesses. We cover how to use the extremely versatile SSH protocol for optimal security, privacy, and anonymity. Covering local, remote and dynamic port forwarding. Authentication and hardening. You will understand the i2p darknet and how to best use it with optimal configuration to protect your security and anonymity. We look at other privacy and anonymizing services too such as JonDoNym, botnets, and bulletproof hosting services. We cover in detail how censorship can be circumvented by learning how to bypass firewalls, proxies, deep packet inspection technology and nation state censorship. Then we learn the more advanced methods of anonymization by exploring nesting and chaining anonymizing services together. You will understand their strengths, weaknesses and what each chaining method is suitable for. You will understand how to use off-site connections such as Wi-Fi hotspots and Internet cafes for privacy and anonymity. How to use them securely and anonymously even against a well-resourced adversary with global influence. We cover how to use cellular networks for privacy and anonymity. You will understand the inherent weaknesses of cellular networks and how to use them best for privacy and anonymity. For each section, you will learn both the theory and how to step by step setup each method. A certificate of completion is available signed by the instructor Nathan House so CPE credits can be claimed. An off-site sign-up is required to provide your details for this optional certificate. Requirements A basic understanding of using operating systems, networks, and the Internet. Be able to download and install software. A willingness to learn. I recommend you watch volume 1 and 2 of this complete course before watching this volume (3) although it is not required. Most items referenced in this course are free. But you may elect to purchase additional software, hardware, and services discussed in the course. Although It is absolutely not necessary to buy anything to understand and follow the course. Please note this is Volume 3 of 4 of the complete course. After the completion of all 4 volumes, you will know more than 80% of security professionals, government and law enforcement agents and even expert hackers about maintaining security, privacy, and anonymity. Description Learn a practical skill-set in staying anonymous online and maintaining total privacy against even a well-resourced adversary with global influence. Covering all major platforms including Windows, MacOS, Linux. iOS and Android. Plus Tails, Whonix, and others. Become a cyber security specialist. - Go from beginner to expert in this easy to follow advanced course. We cover in detail all the best anonymising and privacy methods. Including; Tor VPNs - Virtual Private Networks Proxy servers - HTTP, HTTPS, SOCKs and Web SSH Secure Shell Live Operating Systems - Tails, Knoppix, Puppy Linux, Jondo live, Tiny Core Linux OPSEC - Operation Security I2P - The Invisible Internet Project JonDoNym Off-site connections - Hotspots and Cafes Mobile, Cell Phones & Cellular Networks Bulletproof hosting and more.... For each of these anonymizing methods we analysis in detail their strengths and weaknesses, we look at the techniques used to attack these anonymity services and what you can do to mitigate those de-anonymization attacks. Advanced anonymity: We explore chaining and nesting anonymizing services together to provide layers of obfuscation for maximum anonymity against even the most well-resourced adversaries. We cover bypassing censors, firewalls, and proxies. Learn to bypass the trickiest of censoring devices including DPI (deep packet inspection). The course covers both the theory and practically how setup everything we discuss. This is volume 3 of 4 of your complete guide to cyber security privacy and anonymity. Who this course is for: This course is for anyone who wants to become an expert in security, privacy and anonymity. For those who want privacy and anonymity online from hackers, corporations and governments. For beginners and intermediate Internet users who are interested in security, privacy and anonymity. This course is designed for personal and home Internet security, privacy and anonymity. Most of the topics apply in the same way to a business, but the course is delivered as if to an individual for personal Internet security, privacy and anonymity. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  17. 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]]
  18. What you'll learn Web Security Fundamentals OWASP Top 10 Hacking Techniques Cyber Security Penetration Testing Bug Bounty Application Security SQL injection Cross-site Scripting XSS Cross-site Request Forgery CSRF Sensitive Data Exposure Weak Authentication Requirements Basic networking concepts Description *** Continuously Updated *** Welcome to "Ultimate Guide to Web Application Security OWASP Top Attacks" In this course, we will explore together the most common attacks against web applications, referred to as OWASP TOP 10, and learn how to exploit these vulnerabilities so that you have a solid background in order to protect your assets. You will: - Discover OWASP Top attacks and how they are performed and the tricks and techniques related to them. - Do extensive exercises on DVWA (Damn Vulnerable Web Application) and OWASP BWA (Broken Web Applications) to see in actual practice how to attack live systems and what goes on behind the scenes. - Learn to get information about a target domain and search for potential victims. - See the tools most used by hackers of all levels grouped in one place; the Kali Linux distribution. - Code some of your scripts to get you started with advanced penetration where you will need to forge you own tools. DISCLAIMER: This course is for educational purposes only. Use at your own risk. You must have an explicit authorization to use these techniques and similar ones on assets not owned by you. The author holds no legal responsibility whatsoever for any unlawful usage leveraging the techniques and methods described in this course. If you like the course, please give a rating and recommend to you friends. *** Update 02/23/2021 *** : A dedicated section to OWASP project and Top 10 list. Who this course is for: IT Security practitioner Developer Network Engineer Network Security Specialist Cyber Security Manager Penetration Tester [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  19. 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 [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  20. Security Onion is a free and open source Linux distribution for intrusion detection, enterprise security monitoring, and log management. It includes Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana, Snort, Suricata, Bro, OSSEC, Sguil, Squert, NetworkMiner, and many other security tools. The easy-to-use Setup wizard allows you to build an army of distributed sensors for your enterprise in minutes! Below are several diagrams to represent the current architecture and deployment scenarios for Security Onion on the Elastic Stack. Core Components Logstash – Parse and format logs. Elasticsearch – Ingest and index logs. Kibana – Visualize ingested log data. Auxiliary Components Curator – Manage indices through scheduled maintenance. ElastAlert – Query Elasticsearch and alert on user-defined anomalous behavior or other interesting bits of information. FreqServer -Detect DGAs and find random file names, script names, process names, service names, workstation names, TLS certificate subjects and issuer subjects, etc. DomainStats – Get additional info about a domain by providing additional context, such as creation time, age, reputation, etc. Changelog v2.3.30 Zeek is now at version 3.0.13. CyberChef is now at version 9.27.2. Elastic components are now at version 7.10.2. This is the last version that uses the Apache license. Suricata is now at version 6.0.1. Salt is now at version 3002.5. Suricata metadata parsing is now vastly improved. If you choose Suricata for metadata parsing, it will now extract files from the network and send them to Strelka. You can add additional mime types here: [Hidden Content] It is now possible to filter Suricata events from being written to the logs. This is a new Suricata 6 feature. We have included some examples here: [Hidden Content] The Kratos docker container will now perform DNS lookups locally before reaching out to the network DNS provider. Network configuration is now more compatible with manually configured OpenVPN or Wireguard VPN interfaces. so-sensor-clean will no longer spawn multiple instances. Suricata eve.json logs will now be cleaned up after 7 days. This can be changed via the pillar setting. Fixed a security issue where the backup directory had improper file permissions. The automated backup script on the manager now backs up all keys along with the salt configurations. Backup retention is now set to 7 days. Strelka logs are now being rotated properly. Elastalert can now be customized via a pillar. Introduced new script so-monitor-add that allows the user to easily add interfaces to the bond for monitoring. Setup now validates all user input fields to give up-front feedback if an entered value is invalid. There have been several changes to improve install reliability. Many install steps have had their validation processes reworked to ensure that required tasks have been completed before moving on to the next step of the install. Users are now warned if they try to set “securityonion” as their hostname. The ISO should now identify xvda and nvme devices as install targets. At the end of the first stage of the ISO setup, the ISO device should properly unmount and eject. The text selection of choosing Suricata vs Zeek for metadata is now more descriptive. The logic for properly setting the LOG_SIZE_LIMIT variable has been improved. When installing on Ubuntu, Setup will now wait for cloud init to complete before trying to start the install of packages. The firewall state runs considerably faster now. ICMP timestamps are now disabled. Copyright dates on all Security Onion specific files have been updated. so-tcpreplay (and indirectly so-test) should now work properly. The Zeek packet loss script is now more accurate. Grafana now includes an estimated EPS graph for events ingested on the manager. Updated Elastalert to release 0.2.4-alt2 based on the [Hidden Content] alt branch. Pivots from Alerts/Hunts to action links will properly URI encode values. Hunt timeline graph will properly scale the data point interval based on the search date range. Grid interface will properly show “Search” as the node type instead of “so-node”. Import node now supports airgap environments. The so-mysql container will now show “healthy” when viewing the docker ps output. The Soctopus configuration now uses private IPs instead of public IPs, allowing network communications to succeed within the grid. The Correlate action in Hunt now groups the OR filters together to ensure subsequent user-added filters are correctly ANDed to the entire OR group. Add support to so-firewall script to display existing port groups and host groups. Hive init during Setup will now properly check for a running ES instance and will retry connectivity checks to TheHive before proceeding. Changes to the .security analyzer yields more accurate query results when using Playbook. Several Hunt queries have been updated. The pfSense firewall log parser has been updated to improve compatibility. Kibana dashboard hyperlinks have been updated for faster navigation. Added a new so-rule script to make it easier to disable, enable, and modify SIDs. ISO now gives the option to just configure the network during setup. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  21. What you'll learn Complete Information Security Fundamentals and Core Concepts like Vulnerability Management, Ethical Hacking, Cryptography and Cybersecurity Entire networking related to Information security and Terminologies - Threat, Vulnerability, Incident, Management, Attacks, Exploits, Events How to carry out a complete penetration test with SQL Injection, XSS, CSRF, File Upload Vulnerability, Command Execution Master Cybersecurity Concepts to clear interviews and certifications Learn how to use Kali Linux for Ethical Hacking and Complete Web Application Penetration Testing Fundamentals of Cryptography and brief overview of malware and its types You will get to know about the Bug Bounty Hunting rewards such as Hall of Fame, Reward Money, Reputation, and Appreciation. Information security Terminologies - Threat, Vulnerability, Incident, Management, Attacks, Exploits, Events MOST IMPORTANT - Learn how to write a Penetration Testing Report Learn how to use Kali Linux Operating Systems commands Overview of Security Audits and Frameworks Learn to find vulnerabilities in a website and its exploitation. This course includes: 17 hours on-demand video 1 article 7 downloadable resources 1 practice test Full lifetime access Access on mobile and TV Certificate of completion Requirements IMPORTANT - You should be enthusiastic to learn Information Security Rest everything leave it to us, we will take you from novice to an expert Information Security Professional! Description This course designed with the latest Information Security Industry Trends. Have you ever dreamed of getting started with Information Security or becoming an Information Security Professional but you don’t know where to start? Then you’ve come to the right place! Introducing your all-in-one course to get you up and running with information Security, cybersecurity, computer networking, and ethical hacking. We are We Secure Training, we have the top class certified instructors with various certifications like ISO 27001 Lead Security Auditor, CEH, ITIL, Project Management. We have created over 6 highest-rated courses on cybersecurity, computer networking, and ethical hacking. You will learn the entire Information Security including Risk management, security assessment, Identity access management, cybersecurity fundamentals as well as ethical hacking concepts such as web application penetration testing, database hacking, penetration tests, and much more. I strongly believe in learning by doing, so you will acquire real-world skills by following the hands-on practical lectures. Key Course Topics: Introduction to the Course and how to benefit from this course! Complete Computer Networking for Information Security Getting Started with Information Security! Fundamentals of Information Security Key Information Security Concepts Introduction to Ethical Hacking Setting up your own Penetration Testing Lab Information Gathering - Reconnaissance Scanning and Enumeration Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing Web Application Penetration Test Denial of Service Malware Threats Social Engineering - The Art of Human Exploitation Cryptography - Securing your Data Writing a Penetration Testing Report 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 these techniques to launch more powerful attacks and adapt 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 48 hours. Who this course is for: Those who are looking for a perfect start in Information Security Those who are looking for a perfect start in Ethical Hacking Career Pursue careers like CEH, ECSA, OSCP, CCNA, PWK, etc Those who want to become a SECURITY EXPERT Those who are looking to change their field to Information Technology Web developers so they can create secure web application & secure their existing ones. [Hidden Content] Content: [hide][Hidden Content]]
  22. What you'll learn WordPress Core Architecture How to find Vulnerabilities in WordPress Sites How Hacker Exploit Vulnerabilities in WordPress How to Increase Security of WordPress Sites How to Defend Against WordPress Attacks This course includes: 1.5 hours on-demand video 14 downloadable resources Full lifetime access Access on mobile and TV Certificate of completion Requirements Basic Ethical Hacking Knowledge Basic knowledge of websites and web applications Knowledge of PHP Language Description Did you know that more than 30% of websites on internet are based on WordPress and more than 42% of online shopping sites are using WordPress as E-commerce solution. WordPress is robust and powerful open source website creation tool. In this course we are going to see the vulnerabilities in WordPress based sites We will start this course by looking into the core architecture of WordPress like How WordPress works? How themes work in WordPress? What are plugins and how to create plugins? Then will looking into information gathering phase of WordPress. We will see how to do version detection and how to gather user information. We will also try to find vulnerabilities in WordPress themes and plugins. After that we will see how to exploit these vulnerabilities and gain access to WordPress site. We will also try and gain access to complete server using WordPress site. Then Will see how to write malware code and exploit WordPress site on different levels. After looking into WordPress vulnerabilities we will see how to secure WordPress sites. We will provide you step by step information to secure your new WordPress site as well as existing WordPress sites. Who this course is for: Web developers interested in WordPress Security Ethical Hackers who wants to learn about WordPress Security People who wants to Secure their own or company WordPress site [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  23. HawkScan Security Tool for Reconnaissance and Information Gathering on a website. (python 2.x & 3.x) This script uses “WafW00f” to detect the WAF in the first step. This script uses “Sublist3r” to scan subdomains. This script uses “waybacktool” to check in the waybackmachine. Features URL fuzzing and dir/file detection Test backup/old file on all the files found (index.php.bak, index.php~ …) Check header information Check DNS information Check whois information User-agent random or personal Extract files Keep a trace of the scan Check @mail in the website and check if @mails leaked CMS detection + version and vulns Subdomain Checker Backup system (if the script stopped, it take again in the same place) WAF detection Add personal prefix Auto-update script Auto or personal output of scan (scan.txt) Check Github Recursive dir/file Scan with an authentication cookie Option –profil to pass profil page during the scan HTML report Work it with py2 and py3 Add option rate-limit if the app is unstable (–timesleep) Check-in waybackmachine Response error to WAF Check if DataBase firebaseio exist and accessible Automatic threads depending on the response to a website (and reconfig if WAF detected too many times). Max: 30 Search S3 buckets in source code page Testing bypass of waf if detected Testing if it’s possible scanning with “localhost” host Changelog v1.7 Added: Function “check_backup_domain” added, test before start “domain.zip/rar etc..” Added: New option (-ffs) to force the first step of scan during the first running (waf, vhosts, wayback etc…) [hide][Hidden Content]]
  24. Gaidaros Gaidaros is designed to be a fast and simple open-source vulnerability security scanner and penetration testing tool concentrating on Apache Web Server. The tool follows the rule of pentesting checklist that automates the process of detecting and exploiting the target Web Server and its Web Applications’ vulnerabilities, also helps minimizing the time and effort of anyone looking forward to pentest a particular Web Server, and finally providing well-designed afterward reports. It comes with a powerful detection engine, numerous niche features for the ultimate penetration tester. Gaidaros specializes in the Reconnaissance Phase with the help of OSINT Framework and gets the most out of it. This tool, by any means, is not recommended to be a replacement for pentesters, it can only be recommended to be used as a versatile quick scanner and a helpful time-saver. All you need is the target url, and you are ready to go. Features Full Reconnaissance Apache Vuln Scanner Common Web Application Vuln Scanner OWASP Scanner Post-scan Reporting [hide][Hidden Content]]
  25. Protection against your greatest online foes Avast Premium Security protects against all online threats including spoofed websites and ransomware. Security that’s tailored to fit your needs Custom features for PC, Mac, Android, and iPhone/iPad secure your devices where it’s needed most. Single- and Multi-Device options let you choose the protection that works best for you. “Up to 10 devices” means you can share your security with every one of your devices or everyone closest to you. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]