Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Certification Preparation (CHFI)


Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Certification Preparation (CHFI), Singapore elarning online course

Course Description

The Computer Hacker and Forensic Investigator Training Course prepares students for industry specific disciplines in computer forensics and cybercrime investigation. With top experts and an interactive, lab-filled environment, students learn advanced knowledge and experience major forensic investigation scenarios enabling acquirement of hands-on experience on various forensic investigation. Students gain practical experience with the standard tools required to successfully carry out a computer forensic investigation. Students learn the skills which lead to successful prosecutions in various types of security incidents such as data breaches, corporate espionage, insider threats and other intricate cases involving computer systems.


Course Objectives

1. Introduction to Computer Forensics
2. Computer Forensics Investigation Process
3. Searching and Seizing Computers
4. Digital Evidence
5. First Responder Person
6. Computer Forensic Lab
7. Understanding Hard Disks & File Systems
8. Data Acquisition & Duplication
9. Recovering Deleted Files & Partitions
10. Steganography
11. Application Password Crackers
12. Log Capturing & Event Correlation
13. Network Forensics, Investigating Network Logs & Investigating Network Traffic
14. Investigating Wireless Attacks
15. Investigating Web Attacks
16. Tracking Email & Investigating Email Clients
17. Mobile Forensics
18. Investigative Reports
19. Becoming an Expert Witness


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Content

Introduction to Computer Forensics

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Introduction to Computer Forensics Part 1

Introduction to Computer Forensics Part 2

Introduction to Computer Forensics Part 3

Introduction to Computer Forensics Part 4

Introduction to Computer Forensics Part 5

LAB: Reporting a Cyber Crime

Computer Forensics Investigation Process

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LAB 2: Computer Forensics Investigation Process

Computer Forensics Investigation Process Part 1

Computer Forensics Investigation Process Part 2

LAB 1: Computer Forensics Investigation Process

Searching and Seizing Computers

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Searching and Seizing Computers Part 1

Searching and Seizing Computers Part 2

Searching and Seizing Computers Part 3

Searching and Seizing Computers Part 4

Searching and Seizing Computers Part 5

Searching and Seizing Computers Part 6

Digital Evidence

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Digital Evidence Part 1

Digital Evidence Part 2

Digital Evidence Part 3

Digital Evidence Part 4

Digital Evidence Part 5

First Responder Person

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First Responder Person Part 1

First Responder Person Part 3

First Responder Person Part 4

First Responder Person Part 5

First Responder Person Part 2

Computer Forensic Lab

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Computer Forensic Lab Part 1

Computer Forensic Lab Part 2

LAB 1: Computer Forensic Lab: Data Lifter Part I

LAB 1: Computer Forensic Lab: Data Lifter Part 2

LAB 1: Computer Forensic Lab: Data Lifter Part 3

LAB 2: Computer Forensic Lab for P2 Commander Part I

LAB 2: Computer Forensic Lab for P2 Commander Part 2

LAB 2: Computer Forensic Lab for P2 Commander Part 3

Understanding HardDisks & file Systems

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Understanding HardDisks & File Systems Part 1

Understanding HardDisks & File Systems Part 2

Understanding HardDisks & File Systems Part 3

Understanding HardDisks & File Systems Part 4

LAB 1: Understanding HardDisks & File Systems

LAB 2: Understanding HardDisks & File Systems

Data Acquisition & Duplication

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CHFI-Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Module 9.0

CHFI-Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Module 9.1

CHFI-Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Module 9.2

CHFI-Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Lab 9.0

CHFI-Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Lab 9.1

CHFI-Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Lab 9.2

Recovering Deleted files & Partitions

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CHFI-Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Module 10.0

CHFI-Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Lab 10.0

CHFI-Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Lab 10.1

Steganography

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Stegnography Part 1

Stegnography Part 2

Stegnography Part 3

LAB 1: Stegnography

LAB 2: Stegnography

LAB 3: Stegnography

LAB 4: Stegnography

LAB 5: Stegnography

Application Password Crackers

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Application Password Crackers

LAB 1: Application Password Crackers

LAB 2: Application Password Crackers

LAB 3: Application Password Crackers

Log capturing & Event Correlation

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Log Capturing & Event Correlation Part 1

Log Capturing & Event Correlation Part 2

LAB 1: Log Capturing & Event Correlation

LAB 2: Log Capturing & Event Correlation

Network Forensics, Investigating Network Logs & Investigating Network Traffic

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Network Forensics, Investigating Network Logs & Investigating Network Traffic Part 1

Network Forensics, Investigating Network Logs & Investigating Network Traffic Part 2

Network Forensics, Investigating Network Logs & Investigating Network Traffic Part 3

Network Forensics, Investigating Network Logs & Investigating Network Traffic Part 4

Network Forensics, Investigating Network Logs & Investigating Network Traffic Part 5

LAB 1: Network Forensics, Investigating Network Logs & Investigating Network Traffic

LAB 2: Network Forensics, Investigating Network Logs & Investigating Network Traffic

LAB 3: Network Forensics, Investigating Network Logs & Investigating Network Traffic

Investigating Wireless Attacks

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CHFI-Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Module 17.0

CHFI-Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Module 17.1

CHFI-Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Module 17.2

CHFI-Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Module 17.3

CHFI-Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Module 17.4

Investigating Web Attacks

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Investigating Web Attacks Part 1

Investigating Web Attacks Part 2

Investigating Web Attacks Part 3

Investigating Web Attacks Part 4

Investigating Web Attacks Part 5

LAB 1: Investigating Web Attacks

LAB 2: Investigating Web Attacks

Tracking Email & Investigating Email Clients

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CHFI-Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Lab 19.0

CHFI-Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Module 19.0

CHFI-Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Module 19.1

CHFI-Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Module 19.2

CHFI-Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Module 19.3

Mobile Forensics

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Mobile Forensics Part 1

Mobile Forensics Part 3

Mobile Forensics Part 4

Mobile Forensics Part 2

Investigative Reports

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Investigative Reports Part 1

Investigative Reports Part 2

Investigative Reports Part 3

Becoming an Expert Witness

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Becoming an Expert Witness Part 1

Becoming an Expert Witness Part 2

Becoming an Expert Witness Part 3

Becoming an Expert Witness Part 4

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