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Best Ethical Hacking Training In Delhi

Best Ethical Hacking Training In Delhi

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Course Summary

Cyber Security and ethical hacking is very important part for all the industry. Now a days there are many courses, in cyber security and ethical hacking. Courses will be based on network security and web security. If will talk about the linux security, windows security, device security then those are very important part for the IT Company and the government company.

EC Council is the name of International Brand, which is responsible to provide all the security courses in India or other part of the country. Can say in the world.

There are following popular courses from the EC Council.
1. Certified Network Defender
2. Certified Ethical Hacker
3. CEH(Master)
4. Certified Threat Intelligence Analyst
5. Security Analyst
6. ECSA(Practical)
7. Advanced Penetration Testing
8. Licensed Penetration Testing
9. Incident Handler
10. Forensic Investigator
11. Certified Chief Information Security Officer
12. Network Defence Architect
13. Encryption Specialist
14. Advanced Network Defence
15. Secure Computer User
16. Application Security Engineer – Java
17. Application Security Engineer - .NET
18. Security Specialist
19. Disaster Recovery Professional
20. Certified SOC Analyst(CSA)

These are the famous courses from the EC Council also called professional courses for the industry ready program. All the subjects are based on physical and real industry. Before any course or subject of the EC Council candidate must have the knowledge of Networking or CCNA. If will talk about the demand in government sector, multi national company, banking sector, corporate sector, IT Company then there will be very good demand in india or other part of the world.

Take example of certified ethical hacking course, we need to check the security for all the networking servers, networking devices, applications, switches, router, firewall and other devices. Actually need to verify vulnerabilities of all the servers and networking devices including website and web pages. Candidate must have the knowledge of the server, switch, router, firewall, etc so that can understand in better way.

CEH 10.0 is the latest version of the EC Council, CHFI has 9.0 is the latest version from the EC Council so time to time they are updating the course structure or outline. Normally they will remove the old topics from the syllabus and will add the new topics to the syllabus. This is the demand of the market scenario of the world. CEH 10.0(Certified Ethical Hacker) syllabus will be divided in two parts, first will be based on the network portion and last portion will be based on the web portion. As per as the real industry, we need to check the vulnerabilities in both the levels, means network portion and the web portion. There are many accountant, charted accounted, advocates, students, students from non technical background, police, army, etc. They are doing this EC Council course. Now there is a demand of cyber security and ethical hacking is everywhere so need to educate all the people and candidate to the industry.

If will question about the combination of the course, then CEH and CCNA will be the best combination for the network security and the web security. Again CEH and ECSA will be the good combination for the industry. CEH, CHFI and ECSA will be the excellent combination for the real industries.

If will talk about the Account Department, Legal Department, Army, etc then they can plan for the Computer forensic, computer investigation or CHFI 9.0.

There are some challenges of the cyber security and ethical hacking. Please check below lines about the critical challenges for the cyber network.
1. Network Security
2. Application Security
3. Endpoint security
4. Identity security
5. Data security management
6. Database security
7. Infrastructure security
8. Computer security
9. Cloud security
10. Mobile security
11. Application end user security
12. Disaster recovery or business continuity planning security

Managing cyber security network is not easy for any department or any person. Day by day or everyday the chances of threat will be more. We need to educate the people in our country or other country so will safe for the cyber attack or cyber crime. If will ask question about all the multi media devices like computer and mobile so the chances of attack is more. Take example, if will get the link from anyone and if will click on that link then entire mobile or complete device will be capture by the hacker and they can misuse the data like anything.

Update is very important for all the devices but should be genuine update from the organization. Microsoft they are providing update for the Microsoft user, dell company, they are providing updates for the dell users. Means every good company, they are providing the updates on daily basis or weekly basis so will safe for the other person or hacker. If we are the technical person then can easily understand the technology otherwise for non technical person definitely will take time to understand the technology.


Course Outline

First Week - Lesson 01: Introduction to Ethical Hacking
Day1- Information Security Overview
Day2 - Information Security Threats and Attack Vectors
Day3 - Hacking Concepts
Day4 - Ethical Hacking Concepts
Day5 - Information Security Controls
Day6 - Penetration Testing Concepts
Day7 - Information Security Laws and Standards

Second Week - Lesson 02: Footprinting and Reconnaissance
Day1 - Footprinting Concepts
Day2 - Footprinting through Search Engines
Day3- Footprinting through Web Services
Day4 - Footprinting through Social Networking Sites
Day5 - Website Footprinting
Day6 - Email Footprinting
Day7 - Competitive Intelligence
Day8 - Whois Footprinting
Day9 - DNS Footprinting
Day10 - Network Footprinting
Day11 - Footprinting Through Social Engineering
Day12 - Footprinting Tools
Day13 - Footprinting Countermeasures
Day14 - Footprinting Penetration Testing

Third Week - Lesson 03: Scanning Networks
Day1 - Network Scanning Concepts
Day2 - Scanning Tools
Day3 - Scanning Techniques
Day4 - Scanning Beyond IDS and Firewall
Day5 - Banner Grabbing
Day6 - Draw Network Diagrams
Day7 - Scanning Pen Testing

Fourth Week - Lesson 04: Enumeration
Day1 - Enumeration Concepts
Day2 - NetBIOS Enumeration
Day3 - SANP Enumeration
Day4 - LDP Enumeration
Day5 - SMTP and DNS Enumeration
Day6 - Other Enumeration Techniques
Day7 - Enumeration Countermeasures
Day8 - Enumeration Pen Testing

Fifth Week - Lesson 05:Vulnerability Analysis
Day1 - Vulnerability Assessment Concepts
Day2 - Vulnerability Assessment Solutions
Day3 - Vulnerability Scoring Systems
Day4 - Vulnerability Assessment Tools
Day5 - Vulnerability Assessment Reports

Sixth Week - Lesson 06: System Hacking
Day1 - System Hacking Concepts
Day2 - Cracking Passwords
Day3 - Escalating Privileges
Day4 - Executing Applications
Day5 - Hiding Files
Day6 - Covering Tracks
Day7 - Penetration Testing

Seventh Week - Lesson 07: Malware Threats
Day1 - Malware Concepts
Day2 - Trojan Concepts
Day3 - Virus and Worm Concepts
Day4 - Malware Analysis
Day5 - Countermeasures
Day6 - Anti-Malware Software
Day7 - Malware Penetration testing

Eighth week - Lesson 08: Sniffing
Day1 - Sniffing Concepts
Day2 - Sniffing Technique: MAC Attacks
Day3 - Sniffing Technique: DHCP Attacks
Day4 - Sniffing Technique: ARP Poisoning
Day5 - Sniffing Technique: Spoofing Attacks
Day6 - Sniffing Technique: DNS Poisoning
Day7 - Sniffing Tools
Day8 - Countermeasures
Day9 - Sniffing Detection Techniques
Day10 - Sniffing Pen Testing

Ninth Week - Lesson 09: Social Engineering
Day1 - Social Engineering Concepts
Day2 - Social Engineering Techniques
Day3 - Insider Threats
Day4 - Impersonation on Social Networking Sites
Day5 - Identity Theft
Day6 - Countermeasures
Day7 - Social Engineering Pen Testing

Tenth Week - Lesson 10: Denial-of-Service
Day1 - DoS/DDos Concepts
Day2 - DoS/DDos Attack Techniques
Day3 - Botnets
Day4 - DDoS Case Study
Day5 - DoS/DDos Attack Tools
Day6 - Countermeasures
Day7 - DoS/DDos Protection Tools
Day8 - DoS/DDos Penetration Testing

Eleventh Week - Lesson 11: Session Hijacking
Day1 - Session Hijacking Concepts
Day2 - Application Level Session Hijacking
Day3 - Network Level Session Hijacking
Day4 - Session Hijacking Tools
Day5 - Countermeasures
Day6 - Penetration Testing

Twelth Week - Lesson 12: Evading IDS,Firewalls, and Honeypots
Day1 - IDS, Firewall and Honeypot Concepts
Day2 - IDS, Firewall and Honeypot Solutions
Day3 - Evading IDS
Day4 - Evading Firewalls
Day5 - IDS/Firewall Evading Tools
Day6 - Detecting Honeypots
Day7 - IDS/Firewall Evasion Countermeasures
Day8 - Penetration Testing

Thirteenth Week - Lesson 13: Hacking Web Servers
Day1 - Web Server Concepts
Day2 - Web Server Attacks
Day3 - Web Server Attacks Methodology
Day4 - Web Server Attack Tools
Day5 - Countermeasures
Day6 - Patch Management
Day7 - Web Server Security Tools
Day8 - Web Server Pen Testing

Fourteenth Week - Lesson 14: Hacking Web Applications
Day1 - Web App Concepts
Day2 - Web App Threats
Day3 - Hacking Methodology
Day4 - Web App Hacking Tools
Day5 - Countermeasures
Day6 - Web App Pen Testing

Fifteenth Week - Lesson 15: SQL Injection
Day1- SQL Injection Concepts
Day2 - Types of SQL Injection
Day3 - SQL Injection Methodology
Day4 - SQL Injection Tools
Day5 - Evasion Techniques
Day6 - Countermeasures

Sixteenth Week - Lesson 16: Hacking Wireless Networks
Day1 - Wireless Concepts
Day2 - Wireless Encryption
Day3 - Wireless Threats
Day4 - Wireless Hacking Methodology
Day5 - Wireless Hacking Tools
Day6 - Bluetooth Hacking
Day7 - Countermeasures
Day8 - Wireless Security Tools
Day9 - Wireless Pen Testing

Seventeenth week - Lesson 17: Hacking Mobile Platforms
Day1 - Mobile Platform Attack Vectors
Day2 - Hacking Android OS
Day3 - Hacking iOS
Day4 - Mobile Spyware
Day5 - Mobile Device Management
Day6 - Mobile Security Guidelines and Tools
Day7 - Mobile Pen Testing

Eighteenth Week - Lesson 18: IoT Hacking
Day1 - IoT Concepts
Day2 - IoT Attacks
Day3 - IoT Hacking Methodology
Day4 - IoT Hacking Tools
Day5 - Countermeasures
Day6 - IoT Pen Testing

Nineteenth week - Lesson 19: Cloud Computing
Day1 - Cloud Computing Concepts
Day2 - Cloud Computing Threats
Day3 - Cloud Computing Attacks
Day4 - Cloud Security
Day5 - Cloud Security Tools
Day6 - Cloud Penetration Testing

Twentieth week - Lesson 20: Cryptography
Day1 - Cryptography Concepts
Day2 - Encryption Algorithms
Day3 - Cryptography Tools
Day4 - Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
Day5 - Email Encryption
Day6 - Disk Encryption
Day7 - Cryptanalysis
Day8 - Countermeasures

Course Features

  • Duration : 40 Hours
  • Lectures : 20
  • Quiz : 10
  • Students : 15

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