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  1. Students of computer and electrical engineering may often take a course that educates them about computer networks and OSI levels. What you’ll learn The Seven OSI Layers in Computer Networks: Detailed Functionalities The networking equipment consists of hubs, switches, routers, etc. The Foundational Ideas of Switching and Routing The OSI/TCP-IP model’s application layer positions The OSI/TCP-IP model’s presentation layer position tasks at the session layer in the OSI/TCP-IP paradigm. The OSI/TCP-IP model’s transport layer position The OSI/TCP-IP model’s network layer position Jobs in the OSI/TCP-IP model’s MAC/DLL layer Jobs at the physical layer of the OSI/TCP-IP paradigm Requirements Who has a genuine interest in learning about computer networks? Basic understanding of computer systems. No prior knowledge of coding or programming is necessary. To achieve your objectives more quickly, show commitment and dedication. Description A Beginner’s Guide to Computer Networks An increasing trend is computer networks. The majority of the sites you visit on a regular basis, including your house, school, and workplace, have them. In this course, you will learn the fundamentals of computer networking. You should specifically reach the following benchmarks: Recognize the networks that are all around you. You will also comprehend a sizable portion of the IT world if you start recognizing networks all around you. You’ll discover many things, including how the Internet operates, how your Internet Service Provider (ISP) enables you to connect online, how data is shared without a connection to the Internet, and much more. Learning about computer networks is the first step in anything. Study Network Configuration. Setting up a network is a skill that is highly valuable nowadays, whether you are taking this course to better yourself, to earn a higher grade at school, or for a job. However, a lot of individuals lack the necessary skills. In a few minutes, you have the chance to learn it. Learn how to keep yourself safe while using a network, such as the Internet. Nobody wants their passwords, photos, papers, credit card information, or online activity to be shared without their consent. But as more people use computer networks, the concept of privacy is fading into obscurity. This training assists you in safeguarding your online identity as well as the network at your house or place of business. Who is this course for? Anyone who wants to learn the most important concepts of Computer Networks A person who just wants to learn how the Internet works Anyone who is studying for their Computer Network exam. What will you learn? You will study the key ideas in computer networking, as I said previously. The specific subjects are: various network types (size, topology). Computer networks use cables. TCP/IP structure Model ISO/OSI (addresses and routing) HTTP protocol How TCP & UDP Operate and What They Do management of TCP connections. What supplies do I require? You simply need an internet connection and a computer or smartphone to take this course. Additionally, you can always get in touch with me if you have questions or need assistance. I often reply within a day. You will get a certificate of completion at the conclusion of this course. Something you might include in your linked profile or CV. Who this course is for: Students of computer engineering Electrical engineering students Students of Telecommunication Engineering [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  2. What you’ll learn Corel Draw’s UI. All of the Corel Draw tools. Get rid of the background with Corel Draw. Logo Design, like Apple’s, Pepsi’s, Addidas’, Chrom’s, BMW’s, and so on. In Corel Draw, there are docks. add links or URLs to a Corel draw document With Power Clip, you can make text look pretty. Do crazy things with Smart Fill. Make sure that the text fits the path. A set of Corel Draw Effects, like distort and blend, that you can use. When you make your own curves. Requirements Any version of Corel Draw that they have on their computer can be used to follow along with the video. The test version can also work. You don’t have to know anything about CorelDraw to start. Description To help you learn Corel Draw from the beginning to the end, this course is called “Corel Draw.” We’ve talked about all the tools in Corel Draw. I have tried to use real-life examples to show how the skills I have learned can be used. This is why we have a section that shows how the skills can be used. We’ve shown you how to make some of the best logos, and this is to help you use the skills we’ve taught you. I’ve shown you the most important tools in Corel Draw so that you can focus on what’s important. So, I haven’t forgotten about any of them. To become a Corel Draw Guru, you need to learn how to use all of the tools. This course will help you get there. Who this course is for: Anyone who wants to learn how to make graphics with Corel Draw is welcome. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  3. Become an expert and professional ethical hacker! Learn Network Security, Kali Linux, and other topics that nobody knows What you’ll learn Ethical Hacking Masterclass : From Zero to Binary Deep Fundamentals of Ethical Hacking Linux Permission Management Linux Network Manipulation Maltego Linux Software control Manage Linux Processes Linux Delete Files without traces Passive Information Gathering Requirements 4GB of RAM for Running VMWare and other programs Description *Printable online certificate available upon completion of course* Since the infancy of computers, hackers have been creatively solving problems. In the late 1950s, the MIT model railroad club was given a donation of parts, mostly old telephone equipment. The club’s members used this equipment to rig up a complex system that allowed multiple operators to control different parts of the track by dialing into the appropriate sections. They called this new and inventive use of telephone equipment hacking; many people consider this group to be the original hackers. The group moved on to programming on punch cards and ticker tape for early computers like the IBM 704 and the TX-0. While others were content with writing programs that just solved problems, the early hackers were obsessed with writing programs that solved problems well. A new program that could achieve the same result as an existing one but used fewer punch cards was considered better, even though it did the same thing. The key difference was how the program achieved its results—elegance. Hacker is a term for both those who write code and those who exploit it. Even though these two groups of hackers have different end goals, both groups use similar problem-solving techniques. Since an understanding of programming helps those who exploit, and an understanding of exploitation helps those who program, many hackers do both. Hacking is really just the act of finding a clever and counterintuitive solution to a problem. Program exploitation is a staple of hacking. It takes a creative mind to find these holes and to write programs that compensate for them. Sometimes these holes are the products of relatively obvious programmer errors, but there are some less obvious errors that have given birth to more complex exploit techniques that can be applied in many different places. You can get started in white-hat ethical hacking using Kali Linux, and this course starts you on that road by giving you an overview of security trends, where you will learn about the OSI security architecture. This will form the foundation for the rest of Beginning Ethical Hacking with Kali Linux. With the theory out of the way, you’ll move on to an introduction to VirtualBox, VMWare, networking terminologies, and common Linux commands, followed by the step-by-step procedures to build your own web server and acquire the skill to be anonymous. When you have finished the examples in the first part, of course, you will have all you need to carry out safe and ethical hacking experiments. After an introduction to Kali Linux, you will carry out your first penetration tests with Python and code raw binary packets for use in those tests. You will learn how to find secret directories of a target system, how to use a TCP client in Python and services, and how to do port scanning using Nmap. Along the way, you will learn how to collect important information; how to track e-mail; and how to use important tools such as Dmitry, Maltego, and others. You’ll also take a look at the five phases of penetration testing. After that, this course will cover SQL mapping and vulnerability analysis where you will learn about sniffing and spoofing, why ARP poisoning is a threat, how SniffJoke prevents poisoning, how to analyze protocols with Wireshark, and how to use sniffing packets with Scapy. Then, you will learn how to detect SQL injection vulnerabilities, how to use Sqlmap, and how to do brute-force or password attacks. In addition, you will learn how to use important hacking tools such as OpenVas, Nikto, Vega, and Burp Suite. Who this course is for: Beginner Ethical Hackers who want to learn more [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
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  6. Become an expert and professional ethical hacker ! Learn Network Security, Kali Linux and other topics that nobody knows What you'll learn Fundamentals of Ethical Hacking Linux Permission Management Linux Network Manipulation Maltego Linux Software control Manage Linux Processes Linux Delete Files without traces Passive Infromation Gathering Requirements 4GB of RAM for Running VMWare and other programs Description *Printable online certificate available upon completion of course* Since the infancy of computers, hackers have been creatively solving problems. In the late 1950s, the MIT model railroad club was given a donation of parts, mostly old telephone equipment. The club’s members used this equipment to rig up a complex system that allowed multiple operators to control different parts of the track by dialing in to the appropriate sections. They called this new and inventive use of telephone equipment hacking; many people consider this group to be the original hackers. The group moved on to programming on punch cards and ticker tape for early computers like the IBM 704 and the TX-0. While others were content with writing programs that just solved problems, the early hackers were obsessed with writing programs that solved problems well. A new program that could achieve the same result as an existing one but used fewer punch cards was considered better, even though it did the same thing. The key difference was how the program achieved its results—elegance. Hacker is a term for both those who write code and those who exploit it. Even though these two groups of hackers have different end goals, both groups use similar problem-solving techniques. Since an understanding of programming helps those who exploit, and an understanding of exploitation helps those who program, many hackers do both. There are interesting hacks found in both the techniques used to write elegant code and the techniques used to exploit programs. Hacking is really just the act of finding a clever and counterintuitive solution to a problem. Program exploitation is a staple of hacking. As demonstrated in the previous in this course, a program is made up of a complex set of rules following a certain execution flow that ultimately tells the computer what to do. Exploiting a program is simply a clever way of getting the computer to do what you want it to do, even if the currently running program was designed to prevent that action. Since a program can really only do what it’s designed to do, the security holes are actually flaws or oversights in the design of the program or the environment the program is running in. It takes a creative mind to find these holes and to write programs that compensate for them. Sometimes these holes are the products of relatively obvious programmer errors, but there are some less obvious errors that have given birth to more complex exploit techniques that can be applied in many different places. You can get started in white-hat ethical hacking using Kali Linux, and this course starts you on that road by giving you an overview of security trends, where you will learn about the OSI security architecture. This will form the foundation for the rest of Beginning Ethical Hacking with Kali Linux. With the theory out of the way, you’ll move on to an introduction to VirtualBox, VMWare, networking terminologies, and common Linux commands, followed by the step-by-step procedures to build your own web server and acquire the skill to be anonymous. When you have finished the examples in the first part of course, you will have all you need to carry out safe and ethical hacking experiments. After an introduction to Kali Linux, you will carry out your first penetration tests with Python and code raw binary packets for use in those tests. You will learn how to find secret directories of a target system, how to use a TCP client in Python and services, and how to do port scanning using Nmap. Along the way, you will learn how to collect important information; how to track e-mail; and how to use important tools such as DMitry, Maltego, and others. You’ll also take a look at the five phases of penetration testing. After that, this course will cover SQL mapping and vulnerability analysis where you will learn about sniffing and spoofing, why ARP poisoning is a threat, how SniffJoke prevents poisoning, how to analyze protocols with Wireshark, and how to use sniffing packets with Scapy. Then, you will learn how to detect SQL injection vulnerabilities, how to use Sqlmap, and how to do brute-force or password attacks. In addition, you will learn how to use important hacking tools such as OpenVas, Nikto, Vega, and Burp Suite. Who this course is for: Beginner Ethical Hackers who wants to learn more [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  7. Master Computer Networking with 50+ Protocols, Network Security, Cyber Security, Cryptography + Practice Tests! What you'll learn The only course to master all the fundamentals of Computer Networks Clear your interviews by learning protocols, Networking models, Cryptography and in-depth understanding of different layers Learn LAN, MAN, WAN Network Models and OSI, TCP/IP Reference Models Master the protocols from all the layers - Presentation, Application, Network, Physical, Data Link Layer, etc. Requirements Be able to understand English Description According to IBM, a computer network comprises two or more computers that are connected either by cables (wired) or WiFi (wireless) with the purpose of transmitting, exchanging, or sharing data and resources. You build a computer network using hardware. Computer Networks have become an integral part of every business. With ever changing business requirements, the need to expand the network is also a challenging task. In this course, we are starting right from the basics of networks - Yes! from the definition of a computer network. Following topics will be covered in this course: Introduction to Network Devices Introduction to Internet Protocol IP Addressing IP Subnetting Network Address Translation IP Routing Routing Protocols VLANs Wireless Networking Network Security Cryptography Cherry on the cake – We have also included a full practice exam to assess your knowledge and understanding. By the end of the course, you will have gained the necessary level of confidence to clear your interviews and other networking exams with flying colors and you will be ready to become a real-world information security professional with increasing demand in the jobs. This course is a must for every computer user of an organization. No prior training is required to take this course as we will start with the basics. This will be a major step up in your career and if you still have doubts you should know I offer a 30-day money-back guarantee no questions asked so what are you waiting for? Jump on in and take your career to the next level by learning computer networking today. I'll see you in the course! Who this course is for: Students who want to learn Cyber security & Computer Networking Students, IT Professionals, Consultants who want to get started with Computer Network Network Engineers, Network Administrators, CCNA, CCNP Aspirants [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  8. Cloudtopolis is a tool that facilitates the installation and provisioning of Hashtopolis on the Google Cloud Shell platform, quickly and completely unattended (and also, free!). Together with Google Collaboratory, it allows us to break hashes without the need for dedicated hardware from any browser. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  9. Learn how to program computers, clear and easy, with no prerequisites! What you'll learn You'll understand how computers work, how they are programmed, how to design a program, and you'll get a solid base to continue your education. Course content 8 sections • 86 lectures • 3h 37m total length Requirements Basic arithmetics -- the four operations. Nothing else at all. That's why it's called "from absolute zero"! Description Have you ever wanted to know how computers are programmed? Have you tried to learn, but got discouraged but too much maths, too much technology, too much studying? This course will explain everything from scratch, step by step and idea by idea, without you needing anything but the four basic operations. (Psst! Actually you don't even need division.) You're going to discover what makes a computer "tick", how these machines are programmed, and what are the secrets that enable programmers to get along with them -- all in short, easy and synthesised video lectures. The course begins at an absolute zero, and will guide you all the way to using a modern programming language, called Ruby. All this, and more, is taught using presentation, animations, videos of wires and coloured lights, playing card games and imagination exercises about people from different universes. There's one single assignment at the end, and you'll also find a few resources to help you on your way. After completing this course you'll be able to carry on by yourself, or to choose a more advanced course, without fear that you'll get bogged down in any strange or scary concepts! This is the English translation of a successful course that I've been teaching for many years. There are students of course who today have rewarding careers as programmers. You can have one, too! Who this course is for: People looking to get into programming without any prerequisites People interesting in finding out more about this profession People who don't like to cram, but want to get somewhere in IT [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  10. 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]]
  11. Legal Disclaimer Usage of CDK for attacking targets without prior mutual consent is illegal. CDK is for security testing purposes only. Overview CDK is an open-sourced container penetration toolkit, designed for offering stable exploitation in different slimmed containers without any OS dependency. It comes with useful net-tools and many powerful PoCs/EXPs helps you to escape container and takeover K8s cluster easily. Currently still under development, submit issues or mail [email protected] if you need any help. [hide][Hidden Content]]
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What you'll learn Learn Ethical Hacking from scratch & All 5 phases of Penetration Testing Learn Python from scratch so you are able to write your own tools for ethical hacking Setting up your Hacking Lab: Kali Linux and Virtual Machines (Works with Windows/Mac/Linux) Create additional virtual *vulnerable* machines that we can practice our attacks on Create trojans, viruses, keyloggers for ethical hacking Learn how to bypass Firewalls & Intrusion Detection System with Advanced Scanning Learn how to crack Wireless Access Point passwords Bug Bounty: Discover all types of Web Application Bugs that could cause a threat Learn how to gain access to any type of machine: Windows/Linux/MacOS Sniff passwords over the local area network with Man In The Middle Attacks SQL Injection, XSS, Command Injection and other techniques Learn how to trick people into opening your program (i.e Social Engineering) Learn Advance Metasploit Framework usage Learn Basics of Linux and Linux Terminal Master Information Gathering and Footprinting Learn how to perform Vulnerability Analysis Perform advanced scanning of an entire network Perform Deauthentication Attack to disconnect everyone from the Wireless Access Point Learn Website Application Penetration Testing from scratch Learn Advance Nmap Usage Code your own Advanced Backdoor that you can use in your Penetration Tests Create Persistence on target machines Perform newest Windows 7 + 10 exploits & attacks Learn how to gain access to a router in various ways Learn Networking & different Networking Protocols Combine programming knowledge and ethical hacking knowledge so you can mix techniques and adapt them to different situations Requirements No programming or hacking knowledge required. We teach you from scratch! Mac / Windows / Linux - all operating systems work with this course! Description Just launched with all modern ethical hacking tools and best practices for 2021! Join a live online community of over 400,000+ students and a course taught by industry experts. This course will take you from absolute beginning of setting up your own hacking lab (like Kali Linux) on your machine, all the way to becoming a security expert that is able to use all the hacking techniques used by hackers and defend against them! Whether you are a complete beginner looking to become an ethical hacker, or you’re a student looking to learn about securing computer systems, or you are a programmer who is looking to improve their security online and prevent attacks from hackers on your website, this course will dive you into the world of hacking and penetration testing. We even teach you Python programming from scratch for those that want to learn to program their own tools for hacking and penetration testing. This course is focused on learning by doing. We are going to teach you how hacking works by actually practicing the techniques and methods used by hackers today. We will start off by creating our hacking lab to make sure we keep your computers safe throughout the course, as well as doing things legally, and once we have our computers set up for ethical hacking, then we dive into topics like: 1. HACKING LAB - In this section we are building our own lab where we can perform our attacks (You will be able to use your Mac, Windows, Linux operating systems don't worry!). What this lab essentially is, is a virtual machine that we will use for hacking (Kali Linux) and throughout the course we also create additional virtual *vulnerable* machines that we can practice our attacks on. The reason we use virtual machines is because we are not allowed to test our attacks on real life websites and networks so we create our own environment to do that. Downloading Virtual Box & Kali Linux Creating Our First Virtual Machine Installing Kali Linux Operating System 5 Stages Of A Penetration Test Navigating Through Kali Linux System Creating Files & Managing Directories Network Commands & Sudo Privileges In Kali 2. OPTIONAL: PYTHON 101 - Learn python 3 programming from scratch. This section is not mandatory and is optional for those that want to learn to programming so you are able to build your own ethical hacking tools! Learn Python Basics Learn Python Intermediate Learn Python: Error Handling Learn Python: File I/O 3. RECONNAISSANCE - Here we learn what we call Footprinting, or in other words, Information Gathering. Once we choose our target, our first task is to gain as much information about the target as possible. What is Information Gathering ? Obtaining IP Address, Physical Address Using Whois Tool Whatweb Stealthy Scan Aggressive Website Technology Discovering on IP Range Gathering Emails Using theHarvester & Hunterio How To Download Tools Online Finding Usernames With Sherlock Bonus - Email Scraper Tool In Python 3 More About Information Gathering 4. SCANNING - This is where things get real. In this section, we also gather information but we try to gather only technical information (i.e. if they have open ports, if they have a firewall, what softwares they are running on those open ports, what operating system do they have, is it an outdated operating system, etc.). Theory Behind Scanning TCP & UDP Installing Vulnerable Virtual Machine Netdiscover Performing First Nmap Scan Different Nmap Scan Types Discovering Target Operating System Detecting Version Of Service Running On An Open Port Filtering Port Range & Output Of Scan Results What is a Firewall/IDS ? Using Decoys and Packet Fragmentation Security Evasion Nmap Options Note: Time To Switch Things Up! Python Coding Project - Port Scanner 5. VULNERABILITY ANALYSIS - In this section we use the information that we gathered from scanning (such as softwares that the target has running on open ports) and with this information, we try to determine whether there is any known vulnerabilities. Finding First Vulnerability With Nmap Scripts Manual Vulnerability Analysis & Searchsploit Nessus Installation Discovering Vulnerabilities With Nessus Scanning Windows 7 Machine With Nessus 6. EXPLOITATION & GAINING ACCESS - This is the exciting part of the course. This is where we attack and gain access to the target machines. Throughout this section, we will be covering many different vulnerabilities and different targets. We perform these attacks on our virtual machines and cover another really important tool for an ethical hacker: Metasploit Framework. The goal of exploitation is to get on that target machine. This means we must drop a payload on that target machine so we can use it to navigate through their systems, look through their files, execute anything we want, and delete anything we want without the target knowing anything about it. We will also learn to create our own Viruses and Trojans that we can deliver to the target whether through an email or through an USB. What is Exploitation ? What is a Vulnerability ? Reverse Shells, Bind Shells .. Metasploit Framework Structure Msfconsole Basic Commands Our First Exploit - vsftp 2.3.4 Exploitation Misconfigurations Happen - Bindshell Exploitation Information Disclosure - Telnet Exploit Software Vulnerability - Samba Exploitation Attacking SSH - Bruteforce Attack Exploitation Challenge - 5 Different Exploits Explaining Windows 7 Setup Eternal Blue Attack - Windows 7 Exploitation DoublePulsar Attack - Windows Exploit BlueKeep Vulnerability - Windows Exploit Routersploit Router Default Credentials Setting Up Vulnerable Windows 10 Crashing Windows 10 Machine Remotely Exploiting Windows 10 Machine Remotely Generating Basic Payload With Msfvenom Advance Msfvenom Usage Generating Powershell Payload Using Veil TheFatRat Payload Creation Hexeditor & Antiviruses Making Our Payload Open An Image 7. POST EXPLOITATION - This is what comes after Exploitation. Post exploitation is what we do on the target machine after we have exploited it. Since we are on that machine we can do many things depending on what we want to get out from it. At the end, after we do all of the things we wanted, we want to make sure we cover our tracks by deleting any event logs or deleting any evidence that we were ever on that machine. Post Exploitation Theory Meterpreter Basic Commands Elevating Privileges With Different Modules Creating Persistence On The Target System Post Exploitation Modules Python Coding Project - Backdoor 8. WEBSITE PENETRATION TESTING - This is another big topic for an ethical hacker. In this section, we are mainly targeting websites and their bugs/vulnerabilities. These vulnerabilities can be anything from misconfigurations, SQL Injections (us interacting with the database), Information Disclosures (having access to some information by mistake which shouldn't be out there), Command Injection (directly interacting with the system through the webpage), XSS (Cross Site Scripting Attack and Injecting Javascript code on the page). Website Penetration Testing Theory HTTP Request & Response Information Gathering & Dirb Tool Burpsuite Configuration ShellShock Exploitation Command Injection Exploitation Getting Meterpreter Shell With Command Execution Reflected XSS & Cookie Stealing Stored XSS HTML Injection SQL Injection CSRF Vulnerability Hydra Bruteforce Attack Burpsuite Intruder Python Coding Project - Login Brute-force + Directory Discovery 9. MAN IN THE MIDDLE - This is an attack that is used inside a network. This allows us to sniff any unencrypted data and see it in plain text. This could also include seeing passwords in plain text for some websites. There are many tools out there that can perform this attack for us and we cover some of the main ones in the section. Theory - Man In The Middle Attack Bettercap ARP Spoofing Ettercap Password Sniffing Manually Poisoning Targets ARP Cache With Scapy 10. WIFI CRACKING - This is the section where we want to gain access to a network by cracking its wireless password. Wireless Cracking Theory Putting Wireless Card In Monitor Mode Deauthenticating Devices & Grabbing Password Aircrack Password Cracking Hashcat Password Cracking 11. SOCIAL ENGINEERING - This is something we cover in almost every section. Social Engineering is an attack on humans since as we know people are always the weakest security! + much much more! Who this course is for: Anybody interested in learning ethical hacking and penetration testing Anybody interested in learning python and ethical hacking Anybody looking to go beyond a normal "beginner" tutorial that doesn't give you a chance to practice Anybody looking to learn how hackers hack computer systems Any developer looking to secure their computer systems from hackers [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  13. Complete Ethical Hacking Certification Course: Zero to Hero Basics Of Ethical Hacking Certification Scanning, Sniffing and Session Hijacking Kali Linux Hacking DOS and DDOS Attacking Buffer Overflow Cryptography Password Hacking Hacking Using Metasploit Website Hacking Welcome to my course "Complete Ethical Hacking Certification Course: Zero to Hero". By using this comprehensive course you will learn the basics of ethical hacking certification, Some of the advanced methods of hacking attacks and much more. In this course i will assume that you have no prior knowledge about ethical hacking certification and by the end of the course you will be at advanced level. Learn to launch hacking attacks like a professional hacker. This course will guide you step by step so that you will learn basics and theory of every part. [Hidden Content]
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