Professional Ethical Hacking








Last updated on June 18, 2024 1:16 am

This cyber-security training course explains the ethical hacking practices used to address network security vulnerabilities and protect data from attacks.

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Hacking has become one of the most common problems companies face. However, not all hacking is harmful. In this course, you will learn the fundamental concepts of ethical hacking. Cryptography, vulnerability assessments and password cracking are also topics discussed. In addition, learn how to compromise servers, penetrate networks and cover your digital footprint. This course is an excellent place to launch a career in ethical hacking.

What You Will Learn In This Free Course

  • Distinguish between ethical hacking …
  • Describe an asymmetrically encrypted…
  • Discuss the impact of denial of serv…
  • Discuss the impact of social enginee…
  • Distinguish between ethical hacking and penetration testing
  • Describe an asymmetrically encrypted password
  • Discuss the impact of denial of service attacks on an available IT resource
  • Discuss the impact of social engineering in the IT industry
  • List the various tools used for hacking a wireless network
  • Discuss the OWASP?s top 10 most common web application vulnerabilities
  • Distinguish between active and passive information gathering techniques
  • Ethical Hacking Fundamentals

    This module introduces you to the fundamentals of ethical hacking. You will also learn about the structure of the Linux operating system as well as the different types of ports and protocols. Also, this module will help you understand cryptography, how to creak passwords and explore ways to deal with suspicious malware and viruses.

    Reconnaissance and Hacking

    This module will teach you the importance of information gathering before accessing a security system or network. You will also learn about social engineering and how to perform a vulnerability assessment of a security infrastructure. Also, you will study how to hack servers, web technology and wireless networks, as well as cover your tracks.

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