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      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 System
          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

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