A Path towards Ethical Hacking and Information Security
Perfect course to kick start your journey in Ethical Hacking and Information Security, This course gives you a practical insight into networking, penetration testing, building your own virtual labs, web application vulnerability testing and much more.
I cover every topic with a practical approach which gives you an hands on experience with real world applications and methodologies. The course has been developed for you to gain experience in ethical hacking domain from complete beginner to an expert ethical hacker.
The following are the course modules –
Introduction – A quick overview on every module of the course.
Networking Concepts – This lecture shows you,
Networking Concepts –
Networking is one of the main areas which needs to be specialized as an ethical hacker, In this lecture, I talk about basic networking concepts which includes protocols and services.
HTTP Methods and Errors –
Understanding HTTP Methods and HTTP Errors are very important, knowing how to send a request manually using HTTP methods helps you craft customized requests.
Footprinting – This lecture shows how to footprint your target and how important it is
Footprinting is one of main steps in ethical hacking phase. It is very much necessary to foot print the target and gather all the necessary information before crafting an attack or exploit.
Please go through the course curriculum below for further details on the course modules.
“As a small business owner, one of my greatest concerns is a cyber attack
from a malicious hacker who is trying to bring down my website. This course
helped me understand the types of tactics that a person may use to hack it,
and now I can protect myself and my business assets. Great course. Highly
recommended. — Daniel Oase, MBA
“This course introduced me into a real insecure online world. I wish I had
this course before. Thanks Gautam, for such a wonderful course.” — Steve
This is the BEST COURSE CHOICE for anyone or any business that uses
computers! You’ll learn to protect your systems, networks, and websites
from unauthorized hacking. Invaluable for web developers, business owners,
corporations, developers, even parents and students.
“Help! My site’s been hacked!” That cry’s heard hundreds, even thousands of
times daily all over the world. Computer hackers are making millions these
days hacking their way into websites of all sizes, from small businesses to
major retailers like Target.
The costs are enormous. Hackers are voracious thieves, stealingconfidential financial information belonging to you and your customers. And hackers can plant viruses and malware that can corrupt your files and shutdown your business cold.
“The online world’s an insecure place.”
To protect your business, your website, and your systems, you need our
ethical hacking tutorial, “Introduction to Ethical Hacking and Information Security.” You will gain the knowledge, tools, and experience
you need to protect websites from hackers who want to get at what you have.
Using the skills you’ll learn in our course is like triple locking and
barring your home’s doors against burglars.
Ethical Hacking is PREVENTATIVE Hacking
Everybody knows what hackers are: bad guys — criminals — who find and
exploit vulnerabilities within computer systems for financial gain; who
learn and divulge secret information; and who sometimes corrupt systems
just to prove how computer-savvy they are. Lot of crazies out there and
some of them are extremely advanced in cyber-terrorism.
Ethical hacking is GOOD hacking, preventative hacking. An ethical hacker
works on his or her own system to protect it, or works within an
organization to make sure their networks and computer systems are secure.
The ethical hacker uses the SAME methods and skills as the “unethical”
hacker. Ethical hackers use the same sophisticated skills to discover and
correct computer security vulnerabilities.
The difference, of course, is ethical hackers help others, protect systems,work within the system, defeat unethical hackers from gaining access to classified info and systems that aren’t as secure as the developer may have thought they were.
Don’t wait until you’ve been hacked.
Take our ethical hacking tutorial and you’ll receive hands-on training that
divulges the vulnerabilities of all major web applications. You’ll discover
any PC’s shocking vulnerabilities and how hackers exploit them. You’ll
learn about web snippets and how to secure them.
Why take THIS ethical hacking training?
Nearly two thousand students have taken this course because…
It’s the most advanced course on the subject. It covers
cutting edge hacking techniques and technology.
You’ll learn to go undercover, go underground to extract advanced attacks
You’ll learn to think like a “bad” hacker. You’ll be able to analyze how
hackers operate. What they want and how they get it.
You’ll learn real life ethical hacking methodology beyond automated
vulnerability scans and simple information security tests.
You’ll get your hands dirty with actual hands-on labs.
You’ll learn to attack a remote system right over the internet.
You can even help bust hackers, presenting them to the defence community!
You’ll be ready to go for the most highly demanded certification in the
Information Technology and Information Security field.
Learn exactly how to protect electronic data — yours and others’
You’ll learn to craft your own exploits and attacks on targets you choose, so that you learn how to defeat malicious hackers who’re plotting the same strikes.
You’ll learn to easily spot deficiencies and vulnerabilities — weak spots
begging to be hacked — in virtually any system and web application.
What are the requirements?
Fast and Reliable Internet Connection
Passion to become an Ethical Hacker
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 28 lectures and 2 hours of content!
Answers to every single question you have about ethical hacking and penetration testing from an experienced IT professional!
Finding vulnerabilities in systems and web applications
Design your own attacking techniques on the target
Tips on staying anonymous during pentest or blackbox testing.
New lectures each week based on request
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