Xtreme Ethical Hacking Course Training & Certification

ETHICAL HACKING COURSE

Practical ethical hacking techniques. This is one of the best and the most extensive ethical hacking courses.

Gain the ability to do ethical hacking and penetration testing by taking this course! Get answers from an experienced IT expert to every single question you have related to the learning you do in this course including installing Kali Linux, using VirtualBox, basics of Linux, Tor, Proxychains, VPN, Macchanger, Nmap, cracking wifi, aircrack, DoS attacks, SLL strip, known vulnerabilities, SQL injections, cracking Linux passwords, and more topics that are added every month!

This class demonstrates the ethical use of various “white hat” cyber penetration testing tools and techniques consistent with Ethical Hacking training. Network tools and techniques take place in an enclosed “sandbox” environment. Students are exposed to various computer hacking skills and analyze various protective measures and their effectiveness. Have you ever wondered exactly how hackers do Hacking ? Have you been looking for a course that teaches you all the basics to Advance of Hacking and cyber security in a fun relaxed manner? If so then its absolutely perfect for you. Start your Hacking Career by joining this ethical hacking course!

Reconnaisance & Enumeration

  • Open Web Information Gathering
  • Google Hacking
  • IOT Search Engines
  • Other search engines
  • DNS Reconnaissance
  • Forward lookup bruteforce
  • Reverse lookup bruteforce
  • DNS Zone Transfers
  • SNMP reconnaissance
  • Enumerating Running Services .
  • Enumerating TCP ports
  • Network Infrastructure Using Maltego
  • Social Infrastructure Using Maltego

Scanning & Enumeration

  • TCP Port Scanning Basics
  • UDP Port Scanning Basics
  • Network Sweeping Using Nmap
  • OS fingerprinting Using Nmap
  • Nmap Scripting Engine
  • Unicornscan
  • Hping3
  • Vulnerability Scanning using OpenVas
  • Vulnerability Scanning using Nessus
  • Vulnerability Scanning using Acunetix
  • Vulnerabilty Scanning using BurpSuite

Buffer Flow Basics

  • Fuzzing
  • Exploiting Windows Buffer Overflows
  • Replicating the Crash
  • Controlling EIP
  • Locating Space for our Shellcode
  • Redirecting the execution flow
  • Finding a return address
  • Getting our shell

Gaining access through Metasploit

  • Generate payloads for Windows
  • Generate payloads for Android
  • Generate payloads for Linux
  • Generate payloads for OSX
  • Backdooring executables using Backdoor Factory & other tools
  • Arduino USB keylogger

Hijacking & Exploiting Browsers

  • Beef Exploitation Framework

Wireless Penetration Testing

  • Introduction to wifi encryptions and latest methods
  • Cracking wep encryption
  • Cracking wpa encrytion using wps pixie attack
  • Cracking wpa wpa2 using bruteforce and dictionary attack
  • Social Engineering wifi networks

Password Attacks

  • Password Profiling Using Cewl
  • Online password attacks
  • Circumventing rate limitation on web applications
  • Offline cracking encryption using dictionary and bruteforce
  • Distributed password cracking
  • SNMP Bruteforce

Website Penetration Testing

  • Understanding the basics of web applications
  • A Glance on common vulnerabilities
  • Enumerating CMS
  • Misconceptions about CMS
  • Browser redirection  using XSS
  • iframe injection using XSS
  • Stealing Cookies using  XSS
  • Abusing Sessions using XSS
  • Local Remote File
  • SQL injection
  • Tampering Data with Burp Suite
  • Cross Site Request Forgery

Report Writing

  • Basics Of Report Writing
  • Types Of Report Writing

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Who is an Ethical Hacker ? An ethical hacker is a person with the skills of an IT professional who knows how to identify weaknesses and vulnerabilities of a system. The professional then uses the discovery in a legitimate way, within the laws of a country, to give an assessment of the security situation. To attain the certification, a student must sit for a Ethical Hacking Course which majors on network security and assessing security systems using penetration testing techniques. Is this course practical or theory ? The Ethical Hacking Course consists of 90% practicals and 10% theory. How likely I can clear the exam? Our pass percentage is 100%, so most of our student manage to clear certification. What jobs will i get after Ethical Hacking Course ?Ethical Hacking Course One can get position, of Vulnerability Assessment, Penetration tester, System Security Engineer, and other relevant system security position. How much an ethical hacker earn ? A Ethical Hacking Course certification can earn you, an average handsome salary from $24,760 to $111,500. This is not all. They may get a bonus or an incentive, in addition to this, ranging from $0.00 to $17,500. Therefore, a CEH can earn starting from $247,60 to as high as $132,322. What is the passing score in ethical hacker course exam ? You will be presented with 4 virtual machines. you need to capture the flag to clear the exam.

LAB REQUIREMENT

  • 64bit Host operating system
  • A minimum 4 GB RAM installed
  • VMware Workstation / Fusion installed
  • At least 60 GB HD free
  • Wired Network Support
  • USB 2.0 support or better

Course Modules

Reconnaisance & Enumeration

  • Open Web Information Gathering
  • Google Hacking
  • IOT Search Engines
  • Other search engines
  • DNS Reconnaissance
  • Forward lookup bruteforce
  • Reverse lookup bruteforce
  • DNS Zone Transfers
  • SNMP reconnaissance
  • Enumerating Running Services .
  • Enumerating TCP ports
  • Network Infrastructure Using Maltego
  • Social Infrastructure Using Maltego

Scanning & Enumeration

  • TCP Port Scanning Basics
  • UDP Port Scanning Basics
  • Network Sweeping Using Nmap
  • OS fingerprinting Using Nmap
  • Nmap Scripting Engine
  • Unicornscan
  • Hping3
  • Vulnerability Scanning using OpenVas
  • Vulnerability Scanning using Nessus
  • Vulnerability Scanning using Acunetix
  • Vulnerabilty Scanning using BurpSuite

Buffer Flow Basics

  • Fuzzing
  • Exploiting Windows Buffer Overflows
  • Replicating the Crash
  • Controlling EIP
  • Locating Space for our Shellcode
  • Redirecting the execution flow
  • Finding a return address
  • Getting our shell

Gaining access through Metasploit

  • Generate payloads for Windows
  • Generate payloads for Android
  • Generate payloads for Linux
  • Generate payloads for OSX
  • Backdooring executables using Backdoor Factory & other tools
  • Arduino USB keylogger

Hijacking & Exploiting Browsers

  • Beef Exploitation Framework

Wireless Penetration Testing

  • Introduction to wifi encryptions and latest methods
  • Cracking wep encryption
  • Cracking wpa encrytion using wps pixie attack
  • Cracking wpa wpa2 using bruteforce and dictionary attack
  • Social Engineering wifi networks

Password Attacks

  • Password Profiling Using Cewl
  • Online password attacks
  • Circumventing rate limitation on web applications
  • Offline cracking encryption using dictionary and bruteforce
  • Distributed password cracking
  • SNMP Bruteforce

Website Penetration Testing

  • Understanding the basics of web applications
  • A Glance on common vulnerabilities
  • Enumerating CMS
  • Misconceptions about CMS
  • Browser redirection  using XSS
  • iframe injection using XSS
  • Stealing Cookies using  XSS
  • Abusing Sessions using XSS
  • Local Remote File
  • SQL injection
  • Tampering Data with Burp Suite
  • Cross Site Request Forgery

Report Writing

  • Basics Of Report Writing
  • Types Of Report Writing