EC Council: Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) v7.1 CBT Course

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COURSE OVERVIEW This Newly Updated CEH v7 CBT Bootcamp course will immerse the student into an interactive environment where they will be shown how to scan, test, hack and secure their own systems. The lab intensive environment gives each student in-depth knowledge and practical experience with the current essential security systems. Students will begin by understanding how perimeter defenses work and then be lead into scanning and attacking their own networks, no real network is harmed. Students then learn how intruders escalate privileges and what steps can be taken to secure a system. Students will also learn about Intrusion Detection, Policy Creation, Social Engineering, DDoS Attacks, Bu…

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COURSE OVERVIEW This Newly Updated CEH v7 CBT Bootcamp course will immerse the student into an interactive environment where they will be shown how to scan, test, hack and secure their own systems. The lab intensive environment gives each student in-depth knowledge and practical experience with the current essential security systems. Students will begin by understanding how perimeter defenses work and then be lead into scanning and attacking their own networks, no real network is harmed. Students then learn how intruders escalate privileges and what steps can be taken to secure a system. Students will also learn about Intrusion Detection, Policy Creation, Social Engineering, DDoS Attacks, Buffer Overflows and Virus Creation. When a student completes the course they will have hands on understanding and experience in Ethical Hacking. This course prepares you for EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker exam 312-50 We have invited the best security trainers in the industry to help us develop the ultimate training and certification program which includes everything you will need to fully prepare for and pass your certification exams. This officially endorsed product gives our students access to the exam by providing you with an Authorization Code. The EC-Council Authorization Code can be used at any Prometric center, this Authorization Code is required and mandatory for you to schedule and pay for your exam. Without this Authorization Code, Prometric will not entertain any of your requests to schedule and take the exam. See our Joint Press Release with EC-Council. Note: The cost of the exam is not included in this package. NOTE: There are many CEH courses out there that are not endorsed by the EC Council. You cannot take the EC Council Exam unless you have an EC Council Voucher Number. This officially endorsed product gives our students access to the exam by providing you with a Voucher Number. The EC-Council Voucher Number can be used at any Prometric center, this voucher number is required and mandatory for you to schedule and pay for your exam. Without this voucher number Prometric will not entertain any of your requests to schedule and take the exam.

Course Key Topics The EC Council: Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) v7.1 CBT Course is divided into twenty comprehensive modules. Module 00 - Student Introduction Module 01 - Computer Forensics in Today's World Module 02 - Computer Forensics Investigation Process Module 03 - Searching and Seizing Computers Module 04 - Digital Evidence Module 05 - First Responder Procedures Module 06 - Computer Forensics Lab Module 07 - Understanding Hard Disks and File Systems Module 08 - Windows Forensics Module 09 - Data Acquisition and Duplication Module 10 - Recovering Deleted Files and Deleted Partition Module 11 - Forensics Investigation Using AccessData FTK Module 12 - Forensics Investigation Using EnCase Module 13 - Steganography and Image File Forensics Module 14 - Application Password Crackers Module 15 - Log Capturing and Event Correlation Module 16 - Network Forensics, Investigating Logs and Investigating Network Traffic Module 17 - Investigating Wireless Attacks Module 18 - Investigating Web Attacks Module 19 - Tracking Emails and Investigating Email Crimes Module 20 - Mobile Forensics Module 21 - Investigative Reports Module 22 - Becoming an Expert Witness (see full course syllabus below for more information)

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Course Enrolment Fees Our aim is to provide you with the best deal available, therefore the enrolment fee for the EC Council: Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) v7.1 CBT Course course is £1498.75, though for a limited time we are offering you the opportunity to pay only £1199 which is a 20% discount if you enrol online and pay in full. Delivery Charges: Free Delivery for UK Mainland Students Additional £25 for students in Europe Additional £40 for Students in Rest of the world

Course Key Topics The EC Council: Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) v7.1 CBT Course is divided into twenty comprehensive modules. Module 00 - Student Introduction Student Introduction Course Materials CEHv7 Course Outline EC-Council Certification Program Certified Ethical Hacker Track CEHv7 Exam Information Lab Sessions What Does CEH Teach You? What CEH is NOT? Remember This! CEH Class Speed Live Hacking Website Let's Start Hacking! Demo - Frankenstein Module 01 - Introduction to Ethical Hacking Module Flow: Info Security Overview Security News Case Study Scenario: How Simple Things Can Get You into Trouble? Internet Crime Current Report: IC3 Data Breach Investigations Report Types of Data Stolen From the Organizations Essential Terminologies Elements of Information Security Authenticity and Non-Repudiation The Security, Functionality, and Usability Triangle Security Challenges Module Flow: Hacking Concepts Effects of Hacking Effects of Hacking on Business Who is a Hacker? Hacker Classes Hacktivism Module Flow: Hacking Phases What Does a Hacker Do? Phase 1 - Reconnaissance Phase 2 - Scanning Phase 3 - Gaining Access Phase 4 - Maintaining Access Phase 5 - Covering Tracks Module Flow: Types of Attacks Types of Attacks on a System Operating System Attacks Application-Level Attacks Shrink Wrap Code Attacks Misconfiguration Attacks Module Flow: Ethical Hacking Why Ethical Hacking is Necessary? Defense in Depth Scope and Limitations of Ethical Hacking What Do Ethical Hackers Do? Skills of an Ethical Hacker Module Flow: Vulnerability Research Vulnerability Research Vulnerability Research Websites Demo - Vulnerability Research Website What is Penetration Testing? Why Penetration Testing? Penetration Testing Methodology Quotes Module 01 Review Module 02 - Footprinting and Reconnaissance Module Flow: Footprinting Concepts Security News Footprinting Terminologies What is Footprinting? Objectives of Footprinting Module Flow: Footprinting Threats Footprinting Threats Module Flow: Footprinting Methodology Footprinting Methodology: Internet Footprinting Finding a Company's URL Locate Internal URLs Public and Restricted Websites Search for Company's Information Tools to Extract Company's Data Footprinting Through Search Engines Demo - Footprinting Through Search Engines Collect Location Information Satellite Picture of a Residence People Search People Search Using People Search Online Services Demo - People Search Using Online Services People Search on Social Networking Services Gather Information from Financial Services Footprinting Through Job Sites Monitoring Target Using Alerts Footprinting Methodology: Competitive Intelligence Competitive Intelligence Gathering Competitive Intelligence - When Did this Company Begin? How Did it Develop? Competitive Intelligence - What are the Company's Plans? Competitive Intelligence - What Expert Opinion Say About the Company? Competitive Intelligence Tools Competitive Intelligence Consulting Companies Footprinting Methodology: WHOIS Footprinting WHOIS Lookup WHOIS Lookup Result Analysis WHOIS Lookup Tools: SmartWhois Demo - SmartWhois WHOIS Lookup Tools WHOIS Lookup Online Tools Footprinting Methodology: DNS Footprinting Extracting DNS Information Demo - DNS Overview DNS Interrogation Tools DNS Interrogation Online Tools Footprinting Methodology: Network Footprinting Locate the Network Range Traceroute Traceroute Analysis Traceroute Tool: 3D Traceroute Traceroute Tool: LoriotPro Traceroute Tool: Path Analyzer Pro Traceroute Tools Footprinting Methodology: Website Footprinting Mirroring Entire Website Demo - HTTrack and Website Watcher Website Mirroring Tools Mirroring Entire Website Tools Extract Website Monitoring Web Updates Using Website Watcher Footprinting Methodology: E-mail Footprinting Tracking Email Communications Email Tracking Tools Demo - Tracking Emails with ReadNotify Footprinting Methodology: Google Hacking Footprint Using Google Hacking Techniques What a Hacker Can Do With Google Hacking? Google Advance Search Operators Finding Resources using Google Advance Operator Demo - Google Hacking Google Hacking Tool: Google Hacking Database (GHDB) Google Hacking Tools Module Flow: Footprinting Tools Additional Footprinting Tools Module Flow: Footprinting Countermeasures Footprinting Countermeasures Module Flow: Footprinting Pen Testing Footprinting Pen Testing Quotes Module 02 Summary Module 03 - Scanning Networks Scanning Networks Security News Network Scanning Types of Scanning CEH Scanning Methodology: Check for Live System Checking for Live Systems - ICMP Scanning Ping Sweep Ping Sweep Tools Demo - Angry IP CEH Scanning Methodology: Check for Open Ports Three-Way Handshake TPC Communication Flags Create Custom Packet using TCP Flags Hping2/Hping3 Hping3 Screenshot Hping Commands Scanning Techniques TCP Connect/Full Open Scan Stealth Scan (Half-open Scan) Xmas Scan FIN Scan NULL Scan IDLE Scan IDLE Scan: Step 1 IDLE Scan: Step 2.1 (Open Port) IDLE Scan: Step 2.2 (Closed Port) IDLE Scan: Step 3 ICMP Echo Scanning/List Scan SYN/FIN Scanning Using IP Fragments UDP Scanning Inverse TCP Flag Scanning ACK Flag Scanning Scanning: IDS Evasion Techniques IP Fragmentation Tools Scanning Tool: Nmap Nmap Demo - Nmap Scanning Tool: NetScan Tools Pro Scanning Tools Do Not Scan These IP Addresses Scanning Countermeasures War Dialing Why War Dialing? War Dialing Tools War Dialing Countermeasures War Dialing Countermeasures: SandTrap Tool CEH Scanning Methodology: Banner Grabbing OS Fingerprinting Active Banner Grabbing Using Telnet Demo - Banner Grabbing Using Telnet Banner Grabbing Tool: ID Serve GET REQUESTS Banner Grabbing Tool: Netcraft Demo - Footprinting Webservers Using Netcraft Banner Grabbing Tools Banner Grabbing Countermeasures: Disabling or Changing Banner Hiding File Extensions Hiding File Extensions from Webpages CEH Scanning Methodology: Scan for Vulnerability Vulnerability Scanning Nessus: Screenshot Demo - Vulnerability Scanning with Nessus Vulnerability Scanning Tool: SAINT GFI LANGuard Network Vulnerability Scanners CEH Scanning Methodology: Draw Network Diagrams LANsurveyor LANsurveyor: Screenshot Network Mappers CEH Scanning Methodology: Prepare Proxies Proxy Servers Why Attackers Use Proxy Servers? Use of Proxies for Attack How Does MultiProxy Work? Free Proxy Servers Proxy Workbench Proxifier Tool: Create Chain of Proxy Servers SocksChain TOR (The Onion Routing) TOR Proxy Chaining Software HTTP Tunneling Techniques Why do I Need HTTP Tunneling? Super Network Tunnel Tool Httptunnel for Windows Additional HTTP Tunneling Tools SSH Tunneling SSL Proxy Tool How to Run SSL Proxy? Proxy Tools Anonymizers Types of Anonymizers Case: Bloggers Write Text Backwards to Bypass Web Filters in China Text Conversion to Avoid Filters Censorship Circumvention Tool: Psiphon How Psiphon Works? Psiphon: Screenshot How to Check if Your Website is Blocked in China or Not? G-Zapper Anonymizers (Cont.) Spoofing IP Address IP Spoofing Detection Techniques: Direct TTL Probes IP Spoofing Detection Techniques: IP Identification Number IP Spoofing Detection Techniques: TCP Flow Control Method IP Spoofing Countermeasures Scanning Penetration Testing Scanning Pen Testing Quotes Module 03 Review Module 04 - Enumeration Module Flow: Enumeration Concepts Security News What is Enumeration? Techniques of Enumeration Module Flow: NetBIOS Enumeration Netbios Enumeration NetBIOS Enumeration Tool: SuperScan Demo - Enumerating Users Using Null Sessions NetBIOS Enumeration Tool: NetBIOS Enumerator Enumerating User Accounts Enumerate Systems Using Default Passwords Module Flow: SNMP Enumeration SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) Enumeration Management Information Base (MIB) SNMP Enumeration Tool: OpUtils Network Monitoring Toolset SNMP Enumeration Tool: SolarWinds Demo - SNMP Enumeration with Solar Winds SNMP Enumeration Tools Module Flow: UNIX/Linux Enumeration UNIX/Linux Enumeration Linux Enumeration Tool: Enum4linux Module Flow: LDAP Enumeration LDAP Enumeration LDAP Enumeration Tool: JXplorer LDAP Enumeration Tool Module Flow: NTP Enumeration NTP Enumeration NTP Server Discovery Tool: NTP Server Scanner NTP Server: PresenTense Time Server NTP Enumeration Tools Module Flow: SMTP Enumeration SMTP Enumeration SMTP Enumeration Tool: NetScanTools Pro Module Flow: DNS Enumeration DNS Zone Transfer Enumeration Using nslookup Demo - Enumerating DNS Using nslookup DNS Analyzing and Enumeration Tool: The Men & Mice Suite Module Flow: Enumeration Countermeasures Enumeration Countermeasures SMB Enumeration Countermeasures Module Flow: Enumeration Pen Testing Enumeration Pen Testing Quotes Module 04 Review Module 05 - System Hacking System Hacking Security News Information at Hand Before System Hacking Stage System Hacking: Goals CEH Hacking Methodology (CHM) CEH System Hacking Steps: Cracking Passwords Password Cracking Password Complexity Password Cracking Techniques Demo - Password Cracking with Cain Types of Password Attacks Passive Online Attacks: Wire Sniffing Password Sniffing Passive Online Attack: Man-in-the-Middle and Replay Attack Active Online Attack: Password Guessing Active Online Attack: Trojan/Spyware/Keylogger Active Online Attack: Hash Injection Attack Rainbow Attacks: Pre-Computed Hash Distributed Network Attack Elcomsoft Distributed Password Recovery Demo - Distributed Password Cracking with Elcomsoft Non-Electronic Attacks Demo - Spytector Default Passwords Manual Password Cracking (Guessing) Automatic Password Cracking Algorithm Stealing Passwords Using USB Drive Microsoft Authentication How Hash Passwords are Stored in Windows SAM? What is LAN Manager Hash? LM "Hash" Generation LM, NTLMv1, and NTLMv2 NTLM Authentication Process Kerberos Authentication Salting PWdump7 and Fgdump L0phtCrack Ophcrack Cain & Abel RainbowCrack Password Cracking Tools LM Hash Backward Compatibility How to Disable LM HASH? How to Defend against Password Cracking? Implement and Enforce Strong Security Policy CEH System Hacking Steps: Escalating Privileges Privilege Escalation Escalation of Privileges Active@Password Changer Privilege Escalation Tools How to Defend against Privilege Escalation? CEH System Hacking Steps: Executing Applications Executing Applications Alchemy Remote Executor RemoteExec Execute This! Keylogger Types of Keystroke Loggers Acoustic/CAM Keylogger Keylogger: Advanced Keylogger Keylogger: Spytech SpyAgent Keylogger: Perfect Keylogger Keylogger: Powered Keylogger Keylogger for Mac: Aobo Mac OS X KeyLogger Keylogger for Mac: Perfect Keylogger for Mac Hardware Keylogger: KeyGhost Keyloggers Spyware What Does the Spyware Do? Types of Spywares Desktop Spyware Desktop Spyware: Activity Monitor Desktop Spyware (Cont.) Email and Internet Spyware Email and Internet Spyware: eBLASTER Internet and E-mail Spyware Child Monitoring Spyware Child Monitoring Spyware: Advanced Parental Control Child Monitoring Spyware (Cont.) Screen Capturing Spyware Screen Capturing Spyware: Spector Pro Screen Capturing Spyware (Cont.) USB Spyware USB Spyware: USBDumper USB Spyware (Cont.) Audio Spyware Audio Spyware: RoboNanny, Stealth Recorder Pro and Spy Voice Recorder Video Spyware Video Spyware: Net Video Spy Video Spyware (Cont.) Print Spyware Print Spyware: Printer Activity Monitor Print Spyware (Cont.) Telephone/Cellphone Spyware Cellphone Spyware: Mobile Spy Telephone/Cellphone Spyware (Cont.) GPS Spyware GPS Spyware: GPS TrackMaker GPS Spyware (Cont.) How to Defend against Keyloggers? Anti-Keylogger Anti-Keylogger: Zemana AntiLogger Anti-Keyloggers How to Defend against Spyware? Anti-Spyware: Spyware Doctor Anti-Spywares CEH System Hacking Steps: Hiding Files Rootkits Types of Rootkits How Rootkit Works? Rootkit: Fu Demo - Fu Rootkit Detecting Rootkits Steps for Detecting Rootkits How to Defend against Rootkits? Anti-Rootkit: RootkitRevealer and McAfee Rootkit Detective Anti-Rootkits NTFS Data Stream How to Create NTFS Streams? NTFS Stream Manipulation How to Defend against NTFS Streams? Demo - Creating Alternate Data Streams NTFS Stream Detector: ADS Scan Engine NTFS Stream Detectors What is Steganography? Steganography Techniques How Steganography Works? Types of Steganography Whitespace Steganography Tool: SNOW Image Steganography Image Steganography: Hermetic Stego Image Steganography Tools Document Steganography: wbStego Document Steganography Tools Video Steganography: Our Secret Video Steganography Tools Audio Steganography: Mp3stegz Audio Steganography Tools Folder Steganography: Invisible Secrets 4 Demo - Steganography Folder Steganography Tools Spam/Email Steganography: Spam Mimic Natural Text Steganography: Sams Big G Play Maker Steganalysis Steganalysis Methods/Attacks on Steganography Steganography Detection Tool: Stegdetect Steganography Detection Tools CEH System Hacking Steps: Covering Tracks Why Cover Tracks? Covering Tracks Ways to Clear Online Tracks Disabling Auditing: Auditpol Covering Tracks Tool: Window Washer Covering Tracks Tool: Tracks Eraser Pro Track Covering Tools CEH System Hacking Steps: Penetration Testing Password Cracking (Cont.) Privilege Escalation (Cont.) Executing Applications (Cont.) Hiding Files Covering Tracks (Cont.) Quotes Module 05 Review Module 06 - Trojans and Backdoors Module Flow: Trojan Concepts Security News What is a Trojan? Overt and Covert Channels Purpose of Trojans What Do Trojan Creators Look For? Indications of a Trojan Attack Common Ports used by Trojans Module Flow: Trojan Infection How to Infect Systems Using a Trojan? Wrappers Wrapper Covert Programs Different Ways a Trojan can Get into a System How to Deploy a Trojan? Evading Anti-Virus Techniques Module Flow: Types of Trojans Types of Trojans Command Shell Trojans Command Shell Trojan: Netcat Demo - Netcat GUI Trojan: MoSucker GUI Trojan: Jumper and Biodox Document Trojans E-mail Trojans E-mail Trojans: RemoteByMail Defacement Trojans Defacement Trojans: Restorator Botnet Trojans Botnet Trojan: Illusion Bot Botnet Trojan: NetBot Attacker Proxy Server Trojans Proxy Server Trojan: W3bPrOxy Tr0j4nCr34t0r (Funny Name) FTP Trojans FTP Trojan: TinyFTPD VNC Trojans HTTP/HTTPS Trojans HTTP Trojan: HTTP RAT Shttpd Trojan - HTTPS (SSL) ICMP Tunneling ICMP Trojan: icmpsend Remote Access Trojans Demo - Beast Remote Access Trojan: RAT DarkComet Remote Access Trojan: Apocalypse Covert Channel Trojan: CCTT E-banking Trojans Banking Trojan Analysis E-banking Trojan: ZeuS Destructive Trojans Notification Trojans Credit Card Trojans Data Hiding Trojans (Encrypted Trojans) BlackBerry Trojan: PhoneSnoop MAC OS X Trojan: DNSChanger Mac OS X Trojan: Hell Raiser Module Flow: Trojan Detection How to Detect Trojans? Scanning for Suspicious Ports Port Monitoring Tool: IceSword Port Monitoring Tools: CurrPorts and TCPView Scanning for Suspicious Processes Process Monitoring Tool: What's Running Process Monitoring Tools Scanning for Suspicious Registry Entries Registry Entry Monitoring Tools Scanning for Suspicious Device Drivers Device Drivers Monitoring Tools: DriverView Device Drivers Monitoring Tools Scanning for Suspicious Windows Services Windows Services Monitoring Tools: Windows Service Manager (SrvMan) Windows Services Monitoring Tools Scanning for Suspicious Startup Programs Windows7 Startup Registry Entries Startup Programs Monitoring Tools: Starter Startup Programs Monitoring Tools: Security AutoRun Startup Programs Monitoring Tools Demo - What's Running? Scanning for Suspicious Files and Folders Files and Folder Integrity Checker: FastSum and WinMD5 Files and Folder Integrity Checker Scanning for Suspicious Network Activities Detecting Trojans and Worms with Capsa Network Analyzer Module Flow: Countermeasures Trojan Countermeasures Backdoor Countermeasures Trojan Horse Construction Kit Module Flow: Anti-Trojan Software Anti-Trojan Software: TrojanHunter Anti-Trojan Software: Emsisoft Anti-Malware Anti-Trojan Softwares Module Flow: Penetration Testing Pen Testing for Trojans and Backdoors Quotes Module 06 Review Module 07 - Viruses and Worms Module Flow: Virus and Worms Concepts Security News Introduction to Viruses Virus and Worm Statistics 2010 Stages of Virus Life Working of Viruses: Infection Phase Working of Viruses: Attack Phase Why Do People Create Computer Viruses? Indications of Virus Attack How does a Computer get Infected by Viruses? Virus Hoaxes Virus Analysis: W32/Sality.AA Virus Analysis: W32/Toal-A Virus Analysis: W32/Virut Virus Analysis: Klez Module Flow: Types of Viruses Types of Viruses System or Boot Sector Viruses File and Multipartite Viruses Macro Viruses Cluster Viruses Stealth/Tunneling Viruses Encryption Viruses Polymorphic Code Metamorphic Viruses File Overwriting or Cavity Viruses Sparse Infector Viruses Companion/Camouflage Viruses Shell Viruses File Extension Viruses Add-on and Intrusive Viruses Transient and Terminate and Stay Resident Viruses Writing a Simple Virus Program Terabit Virus Maker JPS Virus Maker Demo - JPS Virus Maker Tool DELmE's Batch Virus Maker Module Flow: Computer Worms Computer Worms How is a Worm Different from a Virus? Example of Worm Infection: Conficker Worm What does the Conficker Worm do? How does the Conficker Worm Work? Worm Analysis: W32/Netsky Worm Analysis: W32/Bagle.GE Worm Maker: Internet Worm Maker Thing Module Flow: Malware Analysis What is Sheep Dip Computer? Anti-Virus Sensors Systems Malware Analysis Procedure: Preparing Testbed Malware Analysis Procedure String Extracting Tool: Bintext Compression and Decompression Tool: UPX Process Monitoring Tools: Process Monitor Log Packet Content Monitoring Tools: NetResident Debugging Tool: Ollydbg Virus Analysis Tool: IDA Pro Online Malware Testing: Sunbelt CWSandbox Online Malware Testing: VirusTotal Online Malware Analysis Services Module Flow: Countermeasures Virus Detection Methods Virus and Worms Countermeasures Companion Antivirus: Immunet Protect Anti-virus Tools Module Flow: Penetration Testing Penetration Testing for Virus Quotes Module 07 Review Module 08 - Sniffers Module Flow: Sniffing Concepts Security News Lawful Intercept Benefits of Lawful Intercept Network Components Used for Lawful Intercept Wiretapping Sniffing Threats How a Sniffer Works? Hacker Attacking a Switch Types of Sniffing: Passive Sniffing Types of Sniffing: Active Sniffing Protocols Vulnerable to Sniffing Tie to Data Link Layer in OSI Model Hardware Protocol Analyzers SPAN Port Module Flow: MAC Attacks MAC Flooding MAC Address/CAM Table How CAM Works? What Happens When CAM Table is Full? Mac Flooding Switches with macof MAC Flooding Tool: Yersinia How to Defend against MAC Attacks? Module Flow: DHCP Attacks How DHCP Works? DHCP Request/Reply Messages IPv4 DHCP Packet Format DHCP Starvation Attack Rogue DHCP Server Attack DHCP Starvation Attack Tool: Gobbler How to Defend Against DHCP Starvation and Rogue Server Attack? Module Flow: ARP Poisoning Attacks What is Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)? ARP Spoofing Attack How Does ARP Spoofing Work? Threats of ARP Poisoning ARP Poisoning Tool: Cain and Abel Demo - Active Sniffing with Cain Demo - Actively Sniffing a Switched Network with Cain ARP Poisoning Tool: WinArpAttacker ARP Poisoning Tool: Ufasoft Snif How to Defend Against ARP Poisoning? Configuring DHCP Snooping and Dynamic ARP Inspection on Cisco Switches Module Flow: Spoofing Attack MAC Spoofing/Duplicating Spoofing Attack Threats MAC Spoofing Tool: SMAC Demo - Spoofing the MAC Address How to Defend Against MAC Spoofing? Module Flow: DNS Poisoning DNS Poisoning Techniques Intranet DNS Spoofing Proxy Server DNS Poisoning DNS Cache Poisoning How to Defend Against DNS Spoofing? Module Flow: Sniffing Tools Sniffing Tool: Wireshark Demo - Packet Capturing with Wireshark Follow TCP Stream in Wireshark Display Filters in Wireshark Additional Wireshark Filters Sniffing Tool: CACE Pilot Sniffing Tool: Tcpdump/Windump Discovery Tool: NetworkView Discovery Tool: The Dude Sniffer Password Sniffing Tool: Ace Packet Sniffing Tool: Capsa Network Analyzer OmniPeek Network Analyzer Network Packet Analyzer: Observer Session Capture Sniffer: NetWitness Email Message Sniffer: Big-Mother TCP/IP Packet Crafter: Packet Builder Additional Sniffing Tools How an Attacker Hacks the Network Using Sniffers? Module Flow: Countermeasures How to Defend Against Sniffing? Sniffing Prevention Techniques How to Detect Sniffing? Promiscuous Detection Tool: PromqryUI Promiscuous Detection Tool: PromiScan Quotes Module 08 Review Module 09 - Social Engineering Module Flow: Social Engineering Concepts Security News What is Social Engineering? Behaviors Vulnerable to Attacks Factors that Make Companies Vulnerable to Attacks Why is Social Engineering Effective? Warning Signs of an Attack Phases in a Social Engineering Attack Impact on the Organization Command Injection Attacks "Rebecca" and "Jessica" Common Targets of Social Engineering Common Targets of Social Engineering: Office Workers Module Flow: Social Engineering Techniques Types of Social Engineering Human-Based Social Engineering Technical Support Example Authority Support Example Human-Based Social Engineering (Cont.) Human-Based Social Engineering: Dumpster Diving Human-Based Social Engineering (Cont..) Watch these Movies Watch this Movie Computer-Based Social Engineering Computer-Based Social Engineering: Pop-Ups Computer-Based Social Engineering: Phishing Social Engineering Using SMS Social Engineering by a "Fake SMS Spying Tool" Insider Attack Disgruntled Employee Preventing Insider Threats Common Intrusion Tactics and Strategies for Prevention Module Flow: Impersonation on Social Networking Sites Social Engineering Through Impersonation on Social Networking Sites Social Engineering Example: LinkedIn Profile Social Engineering on Facebook Social Engineering on Twitter Social Engineering on Orkut Social Engineering on MySpace Risks of Social Networking to Corporate Networks Module Flow: Identity Theft Identity Theft Statistics 2010 Identity Theft How to Steal an Identity? Step 1 Step 2 Comparison Step 3 Real Steven Gets Huge Credit Card Statement Identity Theft - Serious Problem Module Flow: Social Engineering Countermeasures Social Engineering Countermeasures: Policies Social Engineering Countermeasures How to Detect Phishing Emails? Anti-Phishing Toolbar: Netcraft Demo - Netcraft Anti-Phishing Toolbar Anti-Phishing Toolbar: PhishTank Identity Theft Countermeasures Module Flow: Penetration Testing Social Engineering Pen Testing Social Engineering Pen Testing: Using Emails Social Engineering Pen Testing: Using Phone Social Engineering Pen Testing: In Person Quotes Module 09 Review Module 10 - Denial of Service Module Flow: DoS/DDoS Concepts Security News What is a Denial of Service Attack? What are Distributed Denial of Service Attacks? How Distributed Denial of Service Attacks Work? Symptoms of a DoS Attack Cyber Criminals Organized Cyber Crime: Organizational Chart Internet Chat Query (ICQ) Internet Relay Chat (IRC) Module Flow: DoS/DDoS Attack Techniques DoS Attack Techniques Bandwidth Attacks Service Request Floods SYN Attack Demo - SynFlooding with hping2 SYN Flooding ICMP Flood Attack Peer-to-Peer Attacks Permanent Denial-of-Service Attack Application Level Flood Attacks Module Flow: Botnets Botnet Botnet Propagation Technique Botnet Ecosystem Botnet Trojan: Shark Poison Ivy: Botnet Command Control Center Botnet Trojan: PlugBot Module Flow: DDoS Case Study Wikileaks DDoS Attack DDoS Attack Tool: LOIC Denial of Service Attack Against MasterCard, Visa, and Swiss Banks Hackers Advertise Links to Download Botnet Module Flow: DoS/DDoS Attack Tools DoS Attack Tools Module Flow: Countermeasures Detection Techniques Activity Profiling Wavelet Analysis Sequential Change-Point Detection DoS/DDoS Countermeasure Strategies DDoS Attack Countermeasures DoS/DDoS Countermeasures: Project Secondary Victims DoS/DDoS Countermeasures: Detect and Neutralize Handlers DoS/DDoS Countermeasures: Detect Potential Attacks DoS/DDoS Countermeasures: Deflect Attacks DoS/DDoS Countermeasures: Mitigate Attacks Post-Attack Forensics Techniques to Defend against Botnets DoS/DDoS Countermeasures DoS/DDoS Protection at ISP Level Enabling TCP Intercept on Cisco IOS Software Advanced DDoS Protection: IntelliGuard DDoS Protection System (DPS) Module Flow: DoS/DDoS Protection Tools DoS/DDoS Protection Tool: NetFlow Analyzer DoS/DDoS Protection Tools Module Flow: DoS/DDoS Penetration Testing Denial of Service (DoS) Attack Penetration Testing Denial of Service (DoS) Attack Pen Testing Quotes Module 10 Review Module 11 - Session Hijacking Module Flow: Session Hijacking Concepts Security News What is Session Hijacking? Dangers Posed by Hijacking Why Session Hijacking is Successful? Key Session Hijacking Techniques Brute Forcing Brute Forcing Attack HTTP Referrer Attack Spoofing vs. Hijacking Session Hijacking Process Packet Analysis of a Local Session Hijack Types of Session Hijacking Session Hijacking in OSI Model Module Flow: Application Level Session Hijacking Application Level Session Hijacking Session Sniffing Predictable Session Token How to Predict a Session Token? Man-in-the-Middle Attack Man-in-the-Browser Attack Steps to Perform Man-in-the-Browser Attack Client-side Attacks Cross-site Script Attack Session Fixation Session Fixation Attack Module Flow: Network Level Session Hijacking Network Level Session Hijacking The 3-Way Handshake Sequence Numbers Sequence Number Prediction TCP/IP Hijacking IP Spoofing: Source Routed Packets RST Hijacking Blind Hijacking Man-in-the-Middle Attack using Packet Sniffer UDP Hijacking Module Flow: Session Hijacking Tools Session Hijacking Tool: Paros Session Hijacking Tool: Burp Suite Demo - Session Hijacking with Burp Session Hijacking Tool: Firesheep Session Hijacking Tools Module Flow: Countermeasures Countermeasures Protecting against Session Hijacking Methods to Prevent Session Hijacking: To be Followed by Web Developers Methods to Prevent Session Hijacking: To be Followed by Web Users Defending against Session Hijack Attacks Session Hijacking Remediation IPSec Modes of IPSec IPSec Architecture IPSec Authentication and Confidentiality Components of IPSec IPSec Implementation Module Flow: Penetration Testing Session Hijacking Pen Testing Quotes Module 11 Review Module 12 - Hacking Webservers Module Flow: Webserver Concepts Security News Webserver Market Shares Open Source Webserver Architecture IIS Webserver Architecture Website Defacement Case Study Why Web Servers are Compromised? Impact of Webserver Attacks Module Flow: Webserver Threats Webserver Misconfiguration Example Directory Traversal Attacks Demo - Performing a Directory Traversal Attack HTTP Response Splitting Attack Web Cache Poisoning Attack HTTP Response Hijacking SSH Bruteforce Attack Man-in-the-Middle Attack Webserver Password Cracking Webserver Password Cracking Techniques Web Application Attacks Module Flow: Attack Methodology Webserver Attack Methodology Webserver Attack Methodology: Information Gathering Demo - Fingerprinting Webserver with HTTPRecon Webserver Attack Methodology: Webserver Footprinting Webserver Footprinting Tools Webserver Attack Methodology: Mirroring a Website Webserver Attack Methodology: Vulnerability Scanning Webserver Attack Methodology: Session Hijacking Webserver Attack Methodology: Hacking Web Passwords Module Flow: Webserver Attack Tools Webserver Attack Tools: Metasploit Metasploit Architecture Metasploit Exploit Module Metasploit Payload Module Metasploit Auxiliary Module Metasploit NOPS Module Webserver Attack Tools: Wfetch Web Password Cracking Tool: Brutus Web Password Cracking Tool: THC-Hydra Module Flow: Countermeasures Countermeasures: Patches and Updates Countermeasures: Protocols Demo - Web-based Password Cracking with Brutus Countermeasures: Accounts Countermeasures: Files and Directories How to Defend Against Web Server Attacks? How to Defend against HTTP Response Splitting and Web Cache Poisoning Module Flow: Patch Management Patches and Hotfixes What is Patch Management? Identifying Appropriate Sources for Updates and Patches Installation of a Patch Implementation and Verification of a Security Patch or Upgrade Patch Management Tool: Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer (MBSA) Patch Management Tools Module Flow: Webserver Security Tools Web Application Security Scanner: Sandcat Web Server Security Scanner: Wikto Webserver Malware Infection Monitoring Tool: HackAlert Webserver Security Tools Module Flow: Webserver Pen Testing Webserver Pen Testing Web Server Penetration Testing Quotes Module 12 Review Module 13 - Hacking Web Applications Module Flow: Web App Concepts Security News Web Application Security Statistics Introduction to Web Applications Web Application Components How Web Applications Work? Web Application Architecture Web 2.0 Applications Vulnerability Stack Web Attack Vectors Module Flow: Web App Threats Web Application Threats - 1 Web Application Threats - 2 Unvalidated Input Parameter/Form Tampering Directory Traversal Security Misconfiguration Injection Flaws SQL Injection Attacks Command Injection Attacks Demo - Web Vulnerability Scanning with Acunetix Command Injection Example File Injection Attack What is LDAP Injection? How LDAP Injection Works? Hidden Field Manipulation Attack Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) Attacks How XSS Attacks Work? Cross-Site Scripting Attack Scenario: Attack via Email XSS Example: Attack via Email XSS Example: Stealing Users' Cookies XSS Example: Sending as Unauthorized Request XSS Attack in Blog Posting XSS Attack in Comment Field XSS Cheat Sheet Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) Attack How CSRF Attacks Work? Web Application Denial-of-Service (DoS) Attack Denial of Service (DoS) Examples Buffer Overflow Attacks Cookie/Session Poisoning How Cookie Poisoning Works? Session Fixation Attack Insufficient Transport Layer Protection Improper Error Handling Insecure Cryptographic Storage Broken Authentication and Session Management Unvalidated Redirects and Forwards Web Services Architecture Web Services Attack Web Services Footprinting Attack Web Services XML Poisoning Module Flow: Hacking Methodology Web App Hacking Methodology: Footprint Web Infrastructure Footprint Web Infrastructure Footprint Web Infrastructure: Server Discovery Footprint Web Infrastructure: Service Discovery Footprint Web Infrastructure: Server Identification/Banner Grabbing Footprint Web Infrastructure: Hidden Content Discovery Web Spidering Using Burp Suite Web App Hacking Methodology: Attack Web Servers Hacking Web Servers Web Server Hacking Tool: WebInspect Web App Hacking Methodology: Analyze Web Applications Analyze Web Applications Analyze Web Applications: Identify Entry Points for User Input Analyze Web Applications: Identify Server-Side Technologies Analyze Web Applications: Identify Server-Side Functionality Analyze Web Applications: Map the Attack Surface Web App Hacking Methodology: Attack Authentication Mechanism Attack Authentication Mechanism Username Enumeration Password Attacks: Password Functionality Exploits Password Attacks: Password Guessing Password Attacks: Brute-forcing Session Attacks: Session ID Prediction/Brute-forcing Cookie Exploitation: Cookie Poisoning Web App Hacking Methodology: Attack Authorization Schemes Authorization Attack HTTP Request Tampering Authorization Attack: Cookie Parameter Tampering Web App Hacking Methodology: Attack Session Management Mechanism Session Management Attack Attacking Session Token Generation Mechanism Attacking Session Tokens Handling Mechanism: Session Token Sniffing Web App Hacking Methodology: Perform Injection Attacks Injection Attacks Web App Hacking Methodology: Attack Data Connectivity Attack Data Connectivity Connection String Injection Connection String Parameter Pollution (CSPP) Attacks Connection Pool DoS Web App Hacking Methodology: Attack Web Client Attack Web App Client Web App Hacking Methodology: Attack Web Services Attack Web Services Web Services Probing Attacks Web Service Attacks: SOAP Injection Web Service Attacks: XML Injection Web Services Parsing Attacks Web Service Attack Tool: soapUI Web Service Attack Tool: XMLSpy Module Flow: Web Application Hacking Tools Web Application Hacking Tool: Burp Suite Professional Web Application Hacking Tools: CookieDigger Web Application Hacking Tools: WebScarab Web Application Hacking Tools Module Flow: Countermeasures Encoding Schemes How to Defend Against SQL Injection Attacks? How to Defend Against Command Injection Flaws? How to Defend Against XSS Attacks? How to Defend Against DoS Attacks? How to Defend Against Web Services Attack? Web Application Countermeasures How to Defend Against Web Application Attacks? Module Flow: Security Tools Web Application Security Tool: Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner Web Application Security Tool: Falcove Web Vulnerability Scanner Web Application Security Scanner: Netsparker Web Application Security Tool: N-Stalker Web Application Security Scanner Web Application Security Tools Web Application Firewall: dotDefender Web Application Firewall: IBM AppScan Web Application Firewall: ServerDefenderVP Web Application Firewall Module Flow: Web App Pen Testing Web Application Pen Testing Information Gathering Configuration Management Testing Authentication Testing Session Management Testing Authorization Testing Data Validation Testing Denial of Service Testing Web Services Testing AJAX Testing Quotes Module 13 Review Module 14 - SQL Injection Module Flow: SQL Injection Concepts Security News SQL Injection is the Most Prevalent Vulnerability in 2010 SQL Injection Threats What is SQL Injection? SQL Injection Attacks How Web Applications Work? Server Side Technologies HTTP Post Request Example 1: Normal SQL Query Example 1: SQL Injection Query Example 1: Code Analysis Example 2: BadProductList.aspx Example 2: Attack Analysis Example 3: Updating Table Example 4: Adding New Records Example 5: Identifying the Table Name Example 6: Deleting a Table Module Flow: Testing for SQL Injection SQL Injection Detection SQL Injection Error Messages SQL Injection Attack Characters Additional Methods to Detect SQL Injection SQL Injection Black Box Pen Testing Testing for SQL Injection Module Flow: Types of SQL Injection Types of SQL Injection Simple SQL Injection Attack Union SQL Injection Example SQL Injection Error Based Module Flow: Blind SQL Injection What is Blind SQL Injection? No Error Messages Returned Blind SQL Injection: WAITFOR DELAY YES or NO Response Blind SQL Injection - Exploitation (MySQL) Blind SQL Injection - Extract Database User Blind SQL Injection - Extract Database Name Blind SQL Injection - Extract Column Name Blind SQL Injection - Extract Data from ROWS Module Flow: SQL Injection Methodology SQL Injection Methodology Module Flow: Advanced SQL Injection Information Gathering Extracting Information through Error Messages Understanding SQL Query Bypass Website Logins Using SQL Injection Database, Table, and Column Enumeration Demo - SQL Injection Techniques Advanced Enumeration Features of Different DBMSs Creating Database Accounts Password Grabbing Grabbing SQL Server Hashes Extracting SQL Hashes (In a Single Statement) Transfer Database to Attacker's Machine Interacting with the Operating System Interacting with the FileSystem Network Reconnaissance Full Query Module Flow: SQL Injection Tools SQL Injection Tools: BSQLHacker SQL Injection Tools: Marathon Tool SQL Injection Tools: SQL Power Injector SQL Injection Tools: Havij SQL Injection Tools Module Flow: Evasion Techniques Evading IDS Types of Signature Evasion Techniques Evasion Technique: Sophisticated Matches Evasion Technique: Hex Encoding Evasion Technique: Manipulating White Spaces Evasion Technique: In-line Comment Evasion Technique: Char Encoding Evasion Technique: String Concatenation Evasion Technique: Obfuscated Codes Module Flow: Countermeasures How to Defend Against SQL Injection Attacks? How to Defend Against SQL Injection Attacks: Use Type-Safe SQL Parameters How to Defend Against SQL Injection Attacks? (Cont.) SQL Injection Detection Tool: Microsoft Source Code Analyzer SQL Injection Detection Tool: Microsoft UrlScan SQL Injection Detection Tool: dotDefender SQL Injection Detection Tool: IBM AppScan Snort Rule to Detect SQL Injection Attacks SQL Injection Detection Tools Quotes Module 14 Review Module 15 - Hacking Wireless Networks Module Flow: Wireless Concepts Security News Wireless Networks Wi-Fi Usage Statistics in the US Wi-Fi Hotspots at Public Places Wi-Fi Networks at Home Types of Wireless Networks Wireless Standards Service Set Identifier (SSID) Wi-Fi Authentication Modes Wi-Fi Authentication Process Using a Centralized Authentication Server Wi-Fi Authentication Process Wireless Terminologies Wi-Fi Chalking Wi-Fi Chalking Symbols Wi-Fi Hotspot Finder: Wi-Fi Hotspot Finder: Types of Wireless Antenna Parabolic Grid Antenna Module Flow: Wireless Encryption Types of Wireless Encryption WEP Encryption How WEP Works? What is WPA? How WPA Works? Temporal Keys What is WPA2? How WPA2 Works? WEP vs. WPA vs. WPA2 WEP Issues Weak Initialization Vectors (IV) How to Break WEP Encryption? How to Break WPA/WPA2 Encryption? How to Defend Against WPA Cracking? Module Flow: Wireless Threats Wireless Threats: Access Control Attacks Wireless Threats: Integrity Attacks Wireless Threats: Confidentiality Attacks Wireless Threats: Availability Attacks Wireless Threats: Authentication Attacks Rogue Access Point Attack Client Mis-association Misconfigured Access Point Attack Unauthorized Association Ad Hoc Connection Attack HoneySpot Access Point Attack AP MAC Spoofing Denial-of-Service Attack Jamming Signal Attack Wi-Fi Jamming Devices Module Flow: Wireless Hacking Methodology Wireless Hacking Methodology: Wi-Fi Discovery Find Wi-Fi Networks to Attack Attackers Scanning for Wi-Fi Networks Footprint the Wireless Network Wi-Fi Discovery Tool: inSSIDer Wi-Fi Discovery Tool: NetSurveyor Wi-Fi Discovery Tool: NetStumbler Wi-Fi Discovery Tool: Vistumbler Wi-Fi Discovery Tool: WirelessMon Wi-Fi Discovery Tools Wireless Hacking Methodology: GPS Mapping GPS Mapping GPS Mapping Tool: WIGLE GPS Mapping Tool: Skyhook How to Discover Wi-Fi Network Using Wardriving? Wireless Hacking Methodology: Wireless Traffic Analysis Wireless Traffic Analysis Wireless Cards and Chipsets Wi-Fi USB Dongle: AirPcap Wi-Fi Packet Sniffer: Wireshark with AirPcap Wi-Fi Packet Sniffer: Wi-Fi Pilot Wi-Fi Packet Sniffer: OmniPeek Wi-Fi Packet Sniffer: CommView for Wi-Fi What is Spectrum Analysis? Wireless Sniffers Wireless Hacking Methodology: Launch Wireless Attack Aircrack-ng Suite How to Reveal Hidden SSIDs Demo - Cracking WEP with BackTrack 4 Fragmentation Attack How to Launch MAC Spoofing Attack? Denial of Service: Deauthentication and Disassociation Attacks Man-in-the-Middle Attack MITM Attack Using Aircrack-ng Wireless ARP Poisoning Attack Rogue Access Point Evil Twin How to Set Up a Fake Hotspot (Evil Twin)? Wireless Hacking Methodology: Crack Wi-Fi Encryption How to Crack WEP Using Aircrack? How to Crack WEP Using Aircrack? Screenshot 1/2 How to Crack WEP Using Aircrack? Screenshot 2/2 How to Crack WPA-PSK Using Aircrack? WPA Cracking Tool: KisMAC WEP Cracking Using Cain & Abel Demo - Cracking WEP with Cain WPA Brute Forcing Using Cain & Abel WPA Cracking Tool: Elcomsoft Wireless Security Auditor WEP/WPA Cracking Tools Module Flow: Wireless Hacking Tools Wi-Fi Sniffer: Kismet Wardriving Tools RF Monitoring Tools Wi-Fi Connection Manager Tools Wi-Fi Traffic Analyzer Tools Wi-Fi Raw Packet Capturing Tools/Spectrum Analyzing Tools Module Flow: Bluetooth Hacking Bluetooth Hacking Bluetooth Stack Bluetooth Threats How to BlueJack a Victim? Bluetooth Hacking Tool: Super Bluetooth Hack Bluetooth Hacking Tool: PhoneSnoop Bluetooth Hacking Tool: BlueScanner Bluetooth Hacking Tools Module Flow: Countermeasures How to Defend Against Bluetooth Hacking? How to Detect and Block Rogue AP? Wireless Security Layers How to Defend Against Wireless Attacks? Module Flow: Wireless Security Tools Wireless Intrusion Prevention Systems Wireless IPS Deployment Wi-Fi Security Auditing Tool: AirMagnet WiFi Analyzer Wi-Fi Security Auditing Tool: AirDefense Wi-Fi Security Auditing Tool: Adaptive Wireless IPS Wi-Fi Security Auditing Tool: Aruba RFProtect WIPS Wi-Fi Intrusion Prevention System Wi-Fi Predictive Planning Tools Wi-Fi Vulnerability Scanning Tools Module Flow: Wi-Fi Penetration Testing Wireless Penetration Testing Wireless Penetration Testing Framework Wi-Fi Pen Testing Framework Pen Testing LEAP Encrypted WLAN Pen Testing WPA/WPA2 Encrypted WLAN Pen Testing WEP Encrypted WLAN Pen Testing Unencrypted WLAN Quotes Module 15 Review Module 16 - Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots Module Flow: IDS Firewall and Honeypot Concepts Security News Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) and their Placement How IDS Works? Ways to Detect an Intrusion Types of Intrusion Detection Systems System Integrity Verifiers (SIV) General Indications of Intrusions General Indications of System Intrusions Firewall Firewall Architecture DeMilitarized Zone (DMZ) Types of Firewall Packet Filtering Firewall Circuit-Level Gateway Firewall Application-Level Firewall Stateful Multilayer Inspection Firewall Firewall Identification: Port Scanning Firewall Identification: Firewalking Firewall Identification: Banner Grabbing Honeypot Types of Honeypots How to Set Up a Honeypot? Module Flow: IDS Firewall and Honeypot System Intrusion Detection Tool: Snort How Snort Works? Snort Rules Snort Rules: Rule Actions and IP Protocols Snort Rules: The Direction Operator and IP Addresses Snort Rules: Port Numbers Demo - Introduction to Snort Intrusion Detection System: Tipping Point Intrusion Detection Tools Firewall: Sunbelt Personal Firewall Firewalls Honeypot Tool: KFSensor Honeypot Tool: SPECTER Honeypot Tools Module Flow: Evading IDS Insertion Attack Evasion Denial-of-Service Attack (DoS) Obfuscating False Positive Generation Session Splicing Unicode Evasion Technique Fragmentation Attack Overlapping Fragments Time-To-Live Attacks Invalid RST Packets Urgency Flag Polymorphic Shellcode ASCII Shellcode Application-Layer Attacks Desynchronization-Pre Connection SYN Desynchronization-Post Connection SYN Other Types of Evasion Module Flow: Evading Firewalls IP Address Spoofing Attacking Session Token Generation Mechanism Tiny Fragments Bypass Blocked Sites Using IP Address in Place of URL Bypass Blocked Sites Using Anonymous Website Surfing Sites Bypass a Firewall using Proxy Server Bypassing Firewall through ICMP Tunneling Method Bypassing Firewall through ACK Tunneling Method Bypassing Firewall through HTTP Tunneling Method Bypassing Firewall through External Systems Bypassing Firewall through MITM Attack Module Flow: Detecting Honeypots Detecting Honeypots Honeypot Detecting Tool: Send-Safe Honeypot Hunter Module Flow: Firewall Evading Tools Firewall Evasion Tool: Traffic IQ Professional Firewall Evasion Tool: tcp-over-dns Firewall Evasion Tools Packet Fragment Generators Module Flow: Countermeasures Countermeasures Module Flow: Penetration Testing Firewall/IDS Penetration Testing Firewall Penetration Testing IDS Penetration Testing Quotes Module 16 Review Module 17 - Buffer Overflow Module Flow: Buffer Overflow Concepts Security News Buffer Overflows Why are Programs And Applications Vulnerable? Understanding Stacks Stack-Based Buffer Overflow Understanding Heap Heap-Based Buffer Overflow Stack Operations Shellcode No Operations (NOPs) Module Flow: Buffer Overflow Methodology Knowledge Required to Program Buffer Overflow Exploits Buffer Overflow Steps Attacking a Real Program Format String Problem Overflow using Format String Smashing the Stack What's IncludedWhat do I get when I enrol? Your course fee covers everything you will need to successfully complete the EC Council: Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) v7.1 CBT Course home study course 3 DVDs featuring live instructor-led classroom sessions with full audio, video & demonstration components Official EC-Council CEH Courseware Kit * 5 DVD Media Pack containing over 300 of the latest Hacking Tools and Exploits * Intensive hacking and counter-hacking hands-on demonstration components * 2 Official EC-Council CEH Curriculum Manuals * 1 EC Council Ethical Hacker T-Shirt * 1 EC Council Logo Backpack Exclusive LearningZone Live Mentor Tutor Support Help whenever you need it! - Why wait for email support? Chat Live with our Certified Instructors anytime around the clock (24x7) Proven technique - Actual Exam Secrets Review Free 1 Year Upgrade Policy Certificate of Completion Home Study ExplainedHow does home study work and is it right for me? Distance Learning Explained Distance Learning is a term used to describe a method of learning where you; the learner, are not physically required to be ‘onsite’ to be guided through learning materials. Learners and tutors will use methods such as email and telephone to communicate, with you deciding how, when and where you learn. UK Learning College gives you the flexibility to complete our programmes as quickly or as slowly as is convenient for you. To make this possible, our learning programmes have been written and prepared in such a way that it enables you to take control over these decisions. We also have a varied range of e-learning courses available to complement our full portfolio of distance learning courses. Distance Learning allows you to develop the personal confidence and independence needed for success. Once you have become familiar with your distance learning course materials and you feel you know your way around the programme, then it is time to put together your own personal study plan to help you decide how best to study. We would advise that you write down your plan to assist you in following your timetable. Although our distance learning course guides are primarily aimed at the first time user, you may already have some experience of distance learning. Whatever your experience, it is important to understand that to be a successful distance learner you need to become familiar and comfortable with the learning materials. Online Learning Explained Online learning descends from computer-based training, interactive multimedia and integrated learning centers and is the delivery of a learning, training or education program by electronic means. With the internet boom in the mid '90s, the concept of online learning has spread broadly. Online learning or e-learning (electronic learning) is a term used to describe learning materials that are not physically provided to you, but are accessible online where you; the learner, are not physically required to be ‘onsite’ to be guided through any of these online learning materials. Learners and tutors will use methods such as email and telephone to communicate, with you deciding how, when and where you learn. UK Learning College gives you the flexibility to complete our online courses as quickly or as slowly as is convenient for you. To make this possible, our online learning courses have been written and prepared in such a way that they enable you to take control over these decisions. Online learning allows you to develop the personal confidence and independence needed for success. Once you have become familiar with your online course and you feel you know your way around the program, then it is time to put together your own personal study plan to help you decide how best to study. We would advise that you write down your plan to assist you in following your online course study timetable. Home Study Explained Home Study Courses are a type of learning material in the form of manuals, CD Roms, Online courses etc. where you; the learner, are not physically required to be ‘onsite’ to be guided through any of these learning materials. Learners and tutors will use methods such as email and telephone to communicate, with you deciding how, when and where you learn. UK Learning College gives you the flexibility to complete our home study courses as quickly or as slowly as is convenient for you. To make this possible, our home learning courses have been written and prepared in such a way that they enable you to take control over these decisions. Home study courses allow you to develop the personal confidence and independence needed for success. Once you have become familiar with your home learning course materials and you feel you know your way around the course, then it is time to put together your own personal study plan to help you decide how best to study. We would advise that you write down your plan to assist you in following your home study timetable. Although our home learning course guides are primarily aimed at the first time user, you may already have some experience of home learning. Whatever your experience, it is important to understand that to be a successful home study course learner, you need to become familiar and comfortable with the learning materials. Student PortalHow can I interact with other students? Student Community We understand that studying from home may be a new experience for you. You could even be excused for feeling a little daunted since you will not be studying in a traditional "classroom environment". To help our students overcome these concerns we have developed a friendly online student community. The Student Community encourages a high level of interaction with your tutor and other like-minded students. All of our students receive access to the Student Community. You will be able to use the student community for the following: Access the student forum which allows you to share ideas and chat with other students. View your tutor's feedback on your marked assignments. View optional reading lists for your course (where available). Access free online games, for when you need a break from studying. View the study guide with plenty of useful hints and tips on how to get the most out of your course. Access free courses such as: Improving Learning Skills, Job Interview Skills, The Effective Learner, Goal Setting and Time Management, Ten Tips to Complete a Good Test Paper VISIT THE STUDENT COMMUNITY Related CoursesI am not sure this is for me. Are there similar courses? Related Courses Below you will find a list of courses that previous students have taken to complement their course. We hope that this list will give you some idea of the types of progression courses we offer, or alternative course options that may be of interest to you. Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) - Database Developer - Database developers design and implement relational database models (logical and physical) and database storage objects. They also program servers by using user-defined functions, triggers, stored procedures, Transact-SQL, or the CLR. They retrieve or modify data using SQL queries or tune and optimize queries. Database developers are typically employed by mid-sized to large-sized organizations......Read More » Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) - Enterprise Support - This certification prepares you for various job roles, which include: system administrators, network administrators, or technical support specialists. The test is appropriate for you if you have experience in resolving issues concerning network connectivity, desktop operating systems, security, and other issues related with desktop applications........Read More » Cisco Certified Network Assosiate (CCNA) - Cisco Certified Network Associate CCNA training course provides students with the knowledge and skills that are needed to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot medium-size routed and switched networks, including implementation and verification of connections to remote sites in a WAN. The CCNA training course curriculum includes basic mitigation of security threats, introduction to wireless networking concepts and terminology, and performance-based skills......Read More » Further InformationWhat else do I need to know? Please remember that you will not be able to cancel your course once you have unsealed any supplied software or accessed any online courseware. The course can be enrolled upon by students Internationally. There are no deadlines for enrolments. How to EnrolHow do I enrol? Step One It's simple - Choose from our list of 100s Accredited Courses. Click on the enrol now button to select your enrolment option Step Two After you enrol, Course Material will be delivered to you within 7 working days (Normally 48 Hours). Step Three A personal tutor and a Dedicated Support advisor will be allocated to you throughout the course. Step Four On successful completion of the course, You will be given a Recognised Qualification towards a successful career. FAQsWhat are the most frequent questions? Course Frequently Asked Questions Q. How does distance learning work? To ensure studying is flexible and convenient, most of our courses are divided into sections. You work through each section at your own pace and time. Once completed, send the test paper back to your personal tutor for marking. You will then move onto the next section once successfully completing the previous section. The support period is dependent on the type of course you choose; our minimum support period is one year. Q. When can I start the course? The answer is simple, when YOU want; you can start the course at any time we do not have any set enrolment dates. Most of our courses don’t require any previous experience or qualifications. All you need is a desire and motivation to succeed. You can even start right now - call and speak to one of our Professional Course Advisors. Q. How long do the courses take? This is dependent upon your choice of course and how fast you want to learn. A full breakdown of the course is available in your course literature. We do provide estimated number of study hours; ask our course advisors for details. Q. Do the courses have tutorial support? Yes, You will be allocated an experienced tutor who will guide you through the course, mark your assignments and generally help you with any problems you may have. Your tutors can be contacted via email and post. Q. If I fail an assignment can I retake it? Yes, your tutor will ask you to resubmit your assignment and give you support as to where you could improve. How do I get help with my course work? You can get help 7 days a week by email, or post from your dedicated tutor, you just email your assignments for marking. You have to send your assignments one at a time so the tutor can mark one and give you the feedback. Q. Will I get a qualification at the end? Yes, for all our courses, you will receive a diploma or a recognised qualification from the awarding body of your course. Q. Is the course work done online or sent via the internet? No, the course work can be done offline using your PC or for paper based courses working through your course folder. Q. Is there a time limit or any deadlines? We do like you to complete the course within the tutor support period but we can extend this for a small charge (currently £40 for 12 months). If you follow the recommended study hours, this will give you a good guide to complete the course withim the specified time period. Q. Will I have to sit an examination? Most of our paper based courses do not require you to sit examinations, only continual assessments. Where there are examinations required, you will receive all the information you need to make your own exam arrangements. Please note exam fees are not included in your course fee, unless otherwise stated. Q. How quickly will I receive my course material? Once your payment has been received and cleared your enrolment should be processed within two days and your course materials delivered within 5 days, for customers who choose to pay in instalments this can take longer as we need a signed agreement back from you before we send the course materials. Q. Do I have to buy any other materials? Our comprehensive course materials are designed to be self-contained with all the relevant information you require to complete the course and gain the relevant certification. However some of our students undertake additional reading via relevant textbooks/study guides and/or the Internet to add value to their studies. Q. I’m not sure of what course I should take? Can you help? Yes we can, it is important that you pursue a course which you will enjoy. Although we cannot make this decision for you, we employ a team of dedicated Professional Course Advisors, who will guide you towards making the right choice. Whether you want specific information, or just a chat about what’s available, contact us now. Q. Why choose UK Learning College? The breadth and depth of our portfolio of courses means that we will have a course to interest you. We are committed to your success, and offer advice and support through every step of the process. We have a dedicated team of Professional Course Advisors that can give you access to career and recruitment advice, whilst offering excellent value and quality courses. Please contact us if you have not found the answer you are looking for. Contact UsI’m still not sure can you help me? Get in touch... If you would like to talk to someone about your choice of home learning course, or if you would like to discuss anything else with us please don't hesitate to call us on 0800 009 6249. 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