Certified Ethical Hacker Bootcamp


Certified Ethical Hacker Bootcamp, Singapore elarning online course

Course Description

Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacker Bootcamp

This bootcamp prepares aspiring and current security professionals for industry certification exams and interviews to enhance their careers. With top experts and an interactive environment, students learn about key issues plaguing the information security world, incident management processes and penetration testing.

This bootcamp was designed for those who wish to take an immersive look at the various in-demand security professional careers. 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.

Students gain practical experience and in-depth knowledge about common ethical hacking topics such as intrusion detection, policy creation, social engineering, DDoS attacks, buffer overflows and virus creation. Without harming any real networks, students will learn about perimeter defenses, scanning and attacking their own networks as well as how intrusions escalate the impact of their breaches and the tools and steps necessary to secure a system


Course Objectives

1. CEH – Introduction to Ethical Hacking
2. CEH – Enumeration
3. CEH – Sniffing
4. CEH – Denial of Service
5. CEH – Session Hijacking
6. CEH – Hacking Web Applications
7. CEH – SQL Injection
8. CEH – Hacking Wireless Networks
9. CEH – Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots
10. CEH – Cryptography
11. CEH – Trojans and Backdoors
12. CEH – Viruses and Worms
13. CEH – Buffer Overflow
14. CEH – Payment Card Industry (PCI)
15. CEH – Penetration Testing
16. CEH – Test Prep Questions
17. Bonus Section: Ethical Hacking Labs


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Content

CEH - Introduction to Ethical Hacking

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CEH Bootcamp Course Overview

Introduction

TCP, UDP and Networking

Firewalls

Hacker, Cracker and Types of Hackers

Network Penetration and NMAP

WayBackMachine and Regulations
Cracker vs Hacker vs IRL

5 Distinct Phases of Ethical Hacking

CEH - Enumeration

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Open Mail Relay, IP Sec and SSO

NBTSTAT & SID

CEH - Sniffing

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OSI Model and CIA

Angry IP and Scans

Spoofing and Hijacking

DNS, DNS:Domain and Zone Transfer, DNS:Zone and Cache Poisoning and Reflection DoS

Split Horizon and CIDR

MAC Address & IPv4/IPv6 Addressing

Interrupts & DHCP (Dynamic Host Control Protocol)

Wireshark and Wireless Hacking

CEH - Denial of Service

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Smurf/Fraggle/Teardrop Attacks

CEH - Session Hijacking

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Burp Proxy and Hping

CEH - Hacking Web Applications

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Cross Site Scripting & Cross Site Request Forgery

Firesheep, DSLAM/Cable Modem Architecture

Basic HTML

CEH - SQL Injection

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Nikto Web Scanner, BT Crack, and Havij

SQL Injection CEH

SQL (Structured Query Language)

CEH - Hacking Wireless Networks

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WarDialing and OS

ACLs & Proximity Card

Kismet, WebGoat and WebScarab Signs a System is Hacked

Wireless Network Security

CEH - Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots

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Hardening and IDS

Firewalk, Firewalls

Hexadecimal & ASCII

CEH - Cryptography

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Ciphers and Data Center Humidity

Encryption DPI and SOAP

SSL & TLS

Renegotiation, Version Rollback, and BEAST Attacks

Truncation, Freak and Logjam, and Heartbleed Bug Attacks

Encryption Analysis

NAT (Network address Translation) & PKI (Public Key Infrastructure)

Symmetric & Asymmetric Ciphers

CEH - Trojans and Backdoors

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IRC and Network Shells

CEH - Viruses and Worms

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VIRI Part 1

VIRI Part 2

VIRI Part 3

Malware Types Part 2

Common Malware

Malware Types Part 1

CEH - Buffer Overflow

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Buffer Overflow Protection

CEH - Payment Card Industry (PCI)

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Payment Card Industry (PCI)

Build and Maintain Secure Networks and Systems

Protect Cardholder Data

Encrypt Transmission of Cardholder Data Across Open Public Networks

Restrict Access to Cardholder Data by Business Need-to-Know

Regularly Test Security Systems and Processes

CEH - Penetration Testing

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EAP and Kali Linux

Misc. Tools

SSDLC & Threat Modeling

Repudiation & Kali Linux

Three phases of security testing

CEH - Test Prep Questions

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