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Ethical Hacking Certification

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Data and Internet Security Council

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This dipoma program is designed to given a view of the demands and requirements of Information Security Experts, it is designed, executed and delivered by highly professionals and industry experts to reach out the requirements of the industry, its the best way to enhance your knowledge about Computer Networks, Systems, Cyber Security and Penetration testing. This diploma program will help you to gain comprehensive skills in cyber security.

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Our Courses

  • Module 01:Introduction to Basics of Ethical Hacking
  • Module 02: Foot-printing: Active (Tool Based Practical)
  • Module 03:Foot-printing: Passive (Passive Approach)
  • Module 04: In-depth Network Scanning:
  • Module 05:Enumeration: User Identification
  • Module 06:System Hacking: Password Cracking and Bypassing/li>
  • Module 07: Trojans and Backdoor
  • Module 08:Viruses and Worms
  • Module 09: Sniffers: MITM with Kali
  • Module 10: Sniffers: MITM with Windows
  • Module 11: Social Engineering Techniques: Theoretical Approach
  • Module 12: Social Engineering Toolkit: Practical Based Approach
  • Module 13: Denial of Service: DOS and DDOS Attacks
  • Module 14: Web Session Hijacking
  • Module 15: SQL Injection: Manual Testing
  • Module 16: SQL Injection: Automated Tool Based Testing
  • Module 17: Basics of Web App Security
  • Module 18: Hacking Web servers: Server Rooting
  • Module 19: Hacking Wireless Networks: Manual CLI Based
  • Module 20: Hacking Wireless Networks: Automated Tool Based
  • Module 21: Evading IDS, Firewalls
  • Module 22: Honey pots
  • Module 23: Buffer Overflow
  • Module 24: Cryptography
  • Module 25: Penetration Testing: Basics
  • Module 26/27: Mobile Hacking and Cloud Security
  • Module 01: How to Plan your Penetration Testing
  • Module 02: Scoping Your Penetration Testing
  • Module 03: Network and Web-Application Scanning Techniques
  • Module 04: Network Exploitation Attack Vectors
  • Module 05: Post Exploitation Phase
  • Module 06: In-depth Password Attacks
  • Module 07: Web Application Penetration Testing
  • Module 08: Penetration Test Reporting
  • What Is Computer Forensics
  • Module 01: Methods by which Computer gets Hacked
  • Module 02: Computer Forensics Investigation Process
  • Module 03: Digital Evidence Gathering
  • Module 04: Computer Forensics Lab
  • Module 05: Setting Up Forensics Lab
  • Module 06: Understanding Hard Disks
  • Module 07: File Systems Analysis: Linux/Windows/Mac
  • Module 08: Windows File system Forensics
  • Module 09: Data Acquisition Tools and Techniques
  • Module 10: Data Imaging Techniques and Tool
  • Module 11: Recovering Deleted Files and Folders
  • Module 12: Deleted Partitions Recovery Technique
  • Module 13: Forensics Investigations Using Forensics Tool Kit (FTK)
  • Module 14: Forensics Investigations Using Forensics Tool Kit (Oxygen)
  • Module 15: Forensics Investigations Using Encase Tool
  • Module 16: Stenography and Image File Forensics
  • Module 17: Application Password Crackers
  • Module 18: Log Capturing and Event Correlation
  • Module 19: Network Forensics Tools and Techniques
  • Module 20: Mobile Forensics Tools : Cellebrite Tool Introduction
  • Module 21: Investigating Logs.
  • Module 22: Investigating Network Traffic : Wireshark
  • Module 23: Investigating Wireless Attacks
  • Module 25: Investigating Web Application Attacks via Logs
  • Module 26: Tracking and Investigating Various Email Crimes
  • Module 27: Detailed Investigative Reporting
  • Module 01: basic operation of protocols in OSI Layers and TCP/IP models
  • Module 02: determining the data flow among two different hosts or nodes within a network or in external networks.
  • Module 03: Installing, configuring and troubleshooting basic networking hardware
  • Module 04: Concepts like IOS installation, password recovery, Password Cracking and various Levels in Cisco Technology.
  • Module 05: Understanding, configuring and troubleshooting basic concepts of layer 2 switching and predicting the data flow from one end to other end.
  • Module 06: Understanding, configuring and troubleshooting STP, VLANs, CAM, and Ether channels.
  • Module 07: Understanding, configuring and troubleshooting layer 3 addressing routing protocols for IPV4 and IPV6 (sub netting).
  • Module 08: Understanding, configuring and troubleshooting routing protocols for IPV4 and IPV6. Topics like OSPF (single and multi-area) and EIGRP (load balancing, equal and unequal) are covered.
  • Module 09: Introduction to WAN: Getting familiar with WAN protocol and devices. Understanding, configuring and troubleshooting layer 3 protocols like Frame relay, HDLC, PPP, NAT, etc. Introduction to MPLS.
  • Module 10: Understanding IP services like DHCP, SNMP, Netflow, FHRP, and NTP.
  • Module 11: Understanding, configuring and troubleshooting layer 2 security, Layer 3 security that is ACL (standard, extended, named) , SSH and Secret password.
  • DWAV20.1 : SQL Injections Flaws
  • DWAV20.2 : Cross Site Scripting Flaw
  • DWAV20.3 : Source Code Disclosure Flaw
  • DWAV20.4 :OS Command Injection Flaw
  • DWAV20.5 : Broken Authentication and Session Management
  • DWAV20.6 :File Upload Vulnerability (Dangerous File Upload)
  • DWAV20.7 : CSRF – Cross Site Request Forgery
  • DWAV20.8 : Sensitive Data Exposure
  • DWAV20.9 : Insecure Direct Object Reference
  • DWAV20.10 : Local file Inclusion and Remote File Inclusion(LFI and RFI attack)
  • DWAV20.11 : Directory Traversal Attack
  • DWAV20.12 : Insecure Transport Level Communication
  • DWAV20.13 : Information Exposure Through an Error Message
  • DWAV20.14 :Invalid URL Redirection Flaw
  • DWAV20.15 :Hard-coded Credentials in Static Code
  • DWAV20.16 : Security Mis-Configuration
  • DWAV20.17 : Missing Authorization and Authentication for Critical Functions
  • DWAV20.18 : Session Fixation
  • DWAV20.19 : Weak Data Encryption
  • DWAV20.20 : Information Leakage

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