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Whitehat Hacking and Penetration Testing Tutorial Video

Course Summary

Learn how to test and protect your network using Ethical Hacking and Penetration Testing Techniques.


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    Course Syllabus

    • 01. Introduction
      • 0101 What You Should Expect From The Video
      • 0102 What Is Hacking?
      • 0104 Types Of Hacking
      • 0105 Being Ethical
      • 0106 Legal Issues Around Hacking
      • 0107 Methodology
      • 0108 Types Of Attacks
      • 0109 Skills Necessary And Skills To Be Learned
      • 0110 What Is Penetration Testing/Scope?
      • How to Obtain Certification for this Course
    • 02. Getting The Background - Footprinting And Reconnaissance
      • 0201 What Is Footprinting?
      • 0202 History Lessons - Way Back Machine
      • 0203 Using Your Resources - Job Listings, People Searches, Social Networks
      • 0204 Using Whois Lookups
      • 0205 Using DNS To Extract Information:
      • 0206 Finding Network Ranges
      • 0208 Mining For Information Using Google Hacking
      • 0207 Google Hacking
      • 0209 Google Hacking Database
    • 03. Networking Fundamentals
      • 0301 History Of TCP/IP
      • 0302 Using Wireshark To Examine Packets
      • 0303 OSI And IP Models
      • 0304 Addressing
      • 0305 UDP
      • 0306: TCP
      • 0307: Services
      • 0308: Using Wireshark For Deep Analysis
      • 0309: DHCP
      • 0310: Using ARP
    • 04. Cryptography
      • 0401 History Of Cryptography
      • 0402: Types Of Cryptography
      • 0403 Public Key
      • 0404 Certificates
      • 0405 Hashing
      • 0406 AES, DES, 3DES
      • 0407 SSL/TLS
      • 0408 SSH
      • 0409 Disk Encryption :
      • 0410 Cryptographic Analysis
    • 05. Scanning And Enumeration
      • 0501 Types of Scans:
      • 0502 Using NMAP
      • 0503 Other Types Of Scans :
      • 0504 Using hping And Its Uses
      • 0505 War Dialing
      • 0506 IDS Evasion
      • 0507 Banner Grabbing
      • 0508 Vulnerability Scanning
      • 0509 Using Nessus
      • 0510 Enumeration Techniques
      • 0511 SNMP
      • 0512 LDAP
      • 0513 Using Proxies
      • 0514 Tor And Anonymizers
      • 0515 Tunneling
    • 06. Penetration
      • 0601 Goals
      • 0602 Password Cracking And Complexity
      • 0603 Password Attacks
      • 0604 Password Storage Techniques
      • 0605 Privilege Escalation
      • 0606 Spyware, Rootkits And Key Loggers
      • 0607 Metasploit Basics
      • 0608 Auditing/Logging
      • 0609 Metasploit Again
    • 07. Malware - Trojans, Backdoors, Viruses And Worms
      • 0701 Definitions And History :
      • 0702 Detection Of Malware :
      • 0703 Anti-Virus Evasion :
      • 0704 Deployment Of Malware :
      • 0705 Virus Types :
      • 0706 Malware Analysis :
      • 0707 Windows ADS And Hiding Malware :
      • 0708 Doing Debugging - OllyDbg :
      • 0709 Packing And Automated A/V Maker Tools :
      • 0710 More Malware Analysis :
    • 08. Denial Of Service Attacks
      • 0801 What Is DoS? DDoS?
      • 0802 DoS Attacks
      • 0803 Cyber Crime
      • 0804 Botnets
      • 0805 Attack Countermeasures - Flooding
    • 09. Web Application Hacking
      • 0901 What Is Web Application Testing?
      • 0902 Web Application Architecture
      • 0903 Web Testing Tools
      • 0904 Cross Site Scripting
      • 0905 SQL Injection
      • 0906 Cross Site Request Forgery
      • 0907 Session Hijacking And Attacks And Cookies
      • 0908 Password Attacks
      • 0909 Encoding
    • 10. Wireless Networking
      • 1001 Wireless Networking
      • 1002 Encryption Techniques - WEP, WPA, WPA2
      • 1003 Finding Hotspots
      • 1004 Breaking WEP Encryption
      • 1005 Rogue Access Points And Attacks
      • 1006 Wireless Sniffing
      • 1007 Protecting Wireless Networks
    • 11. Detection Evasion
      • 1101 What Is Evasion And Why Do We Use It?
      • 1102 Steganography
    • 12. Programming Attacks
      • 1201 Stacks And Heaps
      • 1202 Buffer Overflows
      • 1203 Protecting Against Buffer Overflow Attacks
      • 1204 Format String
      • 1205 De-Compilation
      • 1206 Reverse Engineering


Course Fee:
USD 99

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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