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Ethical Hacking ~Reloaded~

An Ethical Hacking is a term given to Penetration Testing. An ethical hacker is the one who is usually employed by an organization who trusts him or her to attempt to penetrate networks and/or computer systems, using the same methods as a hacker, for the purpose of finding and fixing computer security vulnerabilities. Hacking (i.e., gaining unauthorized access to computer systems / Networks) is a crime in most countries, but penetration testing is done on the request of the owner of the targeted system(s) or network(s).

This training program is meant for those who have quest to excel in the network security domain. In recent years, many courses have cropped up offering training in "ethical hacking" but they fail to elaborate the actual spirit of the name itself.

Individuals have to verify the experience and expertise of their instructor before taking up these advanced programmes to ensure learning of real-time challenges faced while performing Penetration Testing. Self-proclaimed Ethical Hackers can do no good to the careers of the interested and aspiring individuals. To build highly secure networks, professionals need to learn different methods of hacking and at the same time know how to make networks secure from these intrusions using patch management, security suites, firewalls, IPS, UTMs etc.

This training programme focuses on both hacking and countermeasure techniques and is entirely hands-on, real-time oriented. And need we say, the instructor is a network security expert and intrusion specialists with several years of experience in the Industry.

Training we offer:
Course Name  Ethical Hacking and Countermeasure 
Course Duration  15 days 
Course Fee  Rs.20000 / $334 
Course Mode  Training Academy or On-site Training or E-Learning
Prerequisite  Passion to Learn 

Ethical Hacking ~Reloaded~ Syllabus

  • Information Intelligence.
  • Organize Your Information
  • Google/Bing Hacking.
  • Hunting And Profiling People.
  • Gathering Email Accounts Sub domains/host.
  • Whois Lookup.
  • OS Info Hunting.
  • Uptime Info Hunting.
  • Webserver Info Hunting.
  • Traceroute Target IP Address.
  • TCP Port Scanning.
  • TCP SYN Port Scanning.
  • TCP ACK Firewall Scanning.
  • Finding Live Hosts.
  • UDP Sweeping And Probing.
  • Database Enumerating.
  • MySQL Server Enumerating.
  • DNS Enumerating.
  • SNMP Enumerating.
  • Password Attacks.
  • Advanced Web Server Fingerprinting.
  • Advanced Web Application Fingerprinting.
  • Advanced Web Application Firewall Fingerprinting.
  • Advanced OS Fingerprinting.
  • Attacking DHCP Servers.
  • Writing Virus Codes.
  • Writing Advance Backdoors for Windows.
  • Attacking Network Switches.
  • Attacking FTP Servers.
  • Advanced Social Engineering Attacks.
  • Advanced Cross Site Scripting attacks.
  • From Reflected XSS To Reverse Shell.
  • From Stored XSS To Reverse Shell.
  • Advanced File Handling Attacks.
  • From File Upload To Reverse Shell.
  • From Remote File Inclusion To Reverse Shell.
  • From Local File Inclusion To Reverse Shell.
  • From SQL Injection To Reverse Shell.
  • Advanced CSRF Attacks.
  • Session Hijacking Attacks.
  • Advanced System Command Injection Attack.
  • Sniffing Network Passwords.
  • Sniffing HTTP Passwords.
  • Sniffing Ftp And Telnet Passwords.
  • Advanced Sniffing.
  • Sniffing Facebook Cookies.
  • Advanced SSL Sniffing.
  • Advanced Network Attacks.
  • From Man In The Middle Attack To Full Network.
  • Advanced Mobile Hacking Tactics.
  • Attacking WEP Protected 802.11 Networks.
  • Attacking WPA/WPA2 Protected 802.11 Networks.
  • Attacking Apache Web Server.
  • Attacking IIS Web Server.
  • Buffer Overflow Attacks.
  • Advanced Stateful Packet Inspection Firewall Evasion And Bypassing.
  • Advanced Antivirus Detection Evasion And Bypassing.
  • Advanced Firewall Outbound/Inbound Rules Evasion And Bypassing.
  • Advanced Windows User Access Control (UAC) Evasion And Bypassing.
  • Vulnerability Vs Penteration Testing.

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