“This is a great entry level course for security practitioners. The level of knowledge and experience of the instructors are fantastic.” - Student
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Penetration Testing and Hacking
Penetration testing (also called pen testing) is the practice of testing a computer system, network or Web application to find vulnerabilities that an attacker could exploit.
This hands-on training course is designed to teach the participant to become a penetration tester and to conduct hacking in an ethical manner. As security personnel, it is your responsibility to find the system vulnerabilities and weaknesses before they are exploited by the unethical hacker and implement countermeasures.
2. Scanning and Enumeration
3. Sniffing and Evasion
4. Attacking a System
5. System Hacking
6. Web Based Hacking: Servers and Applications
7. Wireless Network Hacking
8. Trojans and Other Attacks
9. Cryptography 101
10. Social Engineering and Physical Security
11. The Pen Test
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