Ethical Hacking A to Z Training Bundle

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What's Included

Ethical Hacker Bootcamp for 2017
  • Certification included
  • Experience level required: All levels
  • Access 98 lectures & 19.5 hours of content 24/7
  • Length of time users can access this course: Lifetime

Course Curriculum

98 Lessons (19.5h)

  • Introduction to Ethical Hacking
    What is an ethical hacker?7:22
    Terminology crash course pt.19:24
    Terminology crash course pt.213:29
    Terminology crash course pt.38:25
    Confidentiality, integrity, and availability13:18
    Legal considerations11:29
    Section 1 Powerpoint
  • Reconnaissance: Surveying the Attack Surface
    Surveying the attack surface10:24
    Recon types7:44
    Passive recon pt.17:21
    Passive recon pt.210:02
    Active recon15:01
    Recon walk-through and tools summary14:08
    Section 2 Powerpoint
    DEMO - Maltego real world example7:04
    DEMO - FOCA to examine metadata4:57
    DEMO - Harvester2:02
    DEMO - Information collection using Recon-ng6:24
  • Scanning and Enumeration: Getting Down to Business
    Scanning & enumeration8:10
    Identifying active hosts pt.19:45
    Identifying active hosts pt.213:17
    Identifying active services18:23
    OS and services fingerprinting14:41
    Network mapping9:46
    Final thoughts11:04
    Section 3 Powerpoint
    DEMO - Nmap syntax pt.114:21
    DEMO - Nmap syntax pt.215:32
    DEMO - Nmap hosts discovery12:19
    DEMO - Nmap service discovery17:10
    DEMO - Nmap scripts11:17
    DEMO - masscan10:57
  • Network Presence
    Network insecurity4:01
    Sniffing and spoofing12:45
    Sniffing tools8:57
    Spoofing, crypto, and wifi15:00
    Section 4 Powerpoint
    DEMO - tcpdump10:53
    DEMO - Wireshark11:24
    DEMO - Ettercap12:55
    DEMO - SSL Burp Suite15:12
    DEMO - Scapy10:15
  • Attacking
    Security overview windows architecture17:51
    Security overview credentials security15:32
    Security overview memory corruption and exploitation15:31
    Windows hacking basics20:08
    Local access and privilege escalation20:13
    Dumping hashes and cracking passwords18:12
    Linux attacking basics pt.112:44
    Linux attacking basics pt.213:50
    References5:25
    Section 5 Powerpoint
    DEMO - Windows msf exploit pt.113:05
    DEMO - Windows msf exploit pt.215:20
    DEMO - Post exploitation13:13
    DEMO - Mimikatz7:09
    DEMO - Dumping hashes3:23
    DEMO - Hashcat8:21
    DEMO - Konboot12:57
    DEMO - Post exploitation Windows cmd14:08
    DEMO - Post exploitation Windows powershell13:09
    DEMO - Online password cracking pt.114:51
    DEMO - Online password cracking pt.212:02
    DEMO - Attacking Linux targets pt.110:07
    DEMO - Attacking Linux targets pt.212:35
  • Web Hacking
    Introduction to web hacking2:47
    Web security architecture overview pt.116:40
    Web security architecture overview pt.212:20
    Attacking the web server pt.110:28
    Attacking the web server pt.210:59
    Attacking the platform pt.118:33
    Attacking the platform pt.28:13
    Attacking the technology pt.121:00
    Attacking the technology pt.217:20
    OWASP top 10 pt.19:21
    OWASP top 10 pt.221:12
    Attacking the business logic pt.110:37
    Attacking the business logic pt.215:07
    Tools and methodology20:15
    References7:41
    Section 6 Powerpoint
    DEMO - OWASP Mutillidae8:50
    DEMO - SQL injection7:04
    DEMO - SQLMAP intro8:21
    DEMO - SQLMAP practice25:04
    DEMO - Burpsuite37:03
    DEMO - Burpsuite xsshunter16:12
    DEMO - mitmproxy10:27
    DEMO - Skipfish pt.14:30
    DEMO - Skipfish pt.24:29
  • Social Engineering: Hacking Humans
    Social engineering basics14:41
    Social engineering methods15:44
    Tools and techniques pt.114:35
    Tools and techniques pt.211:49
    Tools and techniques pt.39:04
    Physical security considerations12:53
    Final thoughts5:15
    Section 7 Powerpoint
    DEMO - Social engineering intro10:43
    DEMO - Social engineering toolkit prep9:01
    DEMO - Credential harvesting2:06
    DEMO - Website cloning6:19
    DEMO - Automating an attack2:59
    DEMO - Antivirus evasion pt.18:17
    DEMO - Antivirus evasion pt.211:43

Ethical Hacker Bootcamp for 2017

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Joseph Delgadillo

Joseph Delgadillo teaches skills ranging from computers & technology, to entrepreneurship & digital marketing. He is a proud alumnus of Central Washington University.

Description

Ethical hackers are in huge demand in the wake of highly publicized hacks and data breaches in both the private and public sectors. This bootcamp was designed for aspiring information security professionals who wish to take an immersive look at this in-demand career and ultimately become a professional pentester. You'll examine not just the theories and tools a professional hacker would use when conducting a penetration test, but also gain an insight into the day to day workflow of an ethical hacker.

  • Access 98 lectures & 19.5 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn how to think like a hacker
  • Explore passive & active reconnaissance, scanning & enumeration, network mapping, & more
  • Understand hacking for Windows & Linux
  • Dive into social engineering basics
  • Watch live hacking demonstrations w/ tools like Maltego, FOCA, Harvester, Recon-ng, Nmap, masscan, & many more
  • Receive a blueprint for conducting your own penetration test

Specs

Details & Requirements

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Compatibility

  • Internet required

Terms

  • Unredeemed licenses can be returned for store credit within 30 days of purchase. Once your license is redeemed, all sales are final.