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Ethical Hacking Training Institute in Bangalore

Ethical Hacking Institute in Bangalore

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Course Summary

CEH or Certified Ethical Hacker certification is for the IT professionals who seek a career in the Security let that be System security, Network security, Server security, Web application Security, Cloud Security or Mobile Security. The CEH professional easily understands the loopholes and vulnerabilities that are found in a computer network or Security system. He or she then uses the information to improve the system.

The ethical hacker, as the CEH certified professional may be said to be working as, thinks just like a criminal hacker in many ways, finding out the weaknesses of a computer and network. But the focus here is towards giving system and processes more teeth in lieu of the security threats.

If you are looking to make a career in the profile of Ethical Hacking, then you must join the Ethical Hacking course at the Global Institute of Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking, the best Ethical Hacking institute in Bangalore.

Course Outline

Task1 - Explaining the Certification, Introducing Security
Task2 - Introducing Hacking, Introduction to Ethical Hacking

Task3 - Defining Foot printing, Information Gathering Methodology
Task4 - Locate the Network Range, Hacking Tools

Task5 - Definition, Types, Objectives, Classification of Scanning
Task6 - Scanning Methodology, Hacking Tool, Countermeasures

Task7 - What is Enumeration? NetBios Null Lessons
Task8 - Hacking Tools, Enumerating User Accounts
Task9 - Active Directory Enumeration and Countermeasures

Task10 - Administrator Password Guessing
Task11 - Manual Password Cracking Algorithm
Task12 - Automated Password Cracking, Password Types
Task13 - Types of Password Attacks, Hacking Tools

Task 14 - Effect on Business, What is a Trojan?
Task15 - Overt and Covert Channels
Task16 - Indications of a Trojan Attack
Task17 - Reverse Engineering Trojans, Backdoor Countermeasures

Task18 - Definition of sniffing
Task19 - How a Sniffer works? Passive Sniffing
Task20 - Active Sniffing, Hacking Tools, Sniffing Countermeasures

Task1 - What is Denial of Service?
Task2 - Goal of DoS (Denial of Service)
Task3 - Impact and Modes of Attack, DoS Attack Classification
Task4 - Hacking Tools, Countermeasures for Reflected DoS
Task5 - Tools for Detecting DDOS Attacks

Task6 - What is Social Engineering? Art of Manipulation
Task7 - Human Weakness, Common Types of Social Engineering
Task8 - Human Based Impersonation

Task9 - Understanding Lesson Hijacking, Spoofing vs Hijacking
Task10 - Steps in Lesson Hijacking, Types of Lesson Hijacking
Task11 - Hacking Tools, Protection against Lesson Hijacking
Task12 - Countermeasures: IP Security

Task13 - Popular Web Servers and Common Security Threats
Task14 - Apache Vulnerability, Attack against IIS Console
Task15 - Hacking Tools, Countermeasures
Task16 - Increasing Web Server Security

Task17 - Web Application Hacking, Anatomy of an Attack
Task18 - Web Application Threats, Carnivore, Google Hacking
Task19 - Countermeasures

Task20 - Authentication- Definition, Authentication Mechanisms
Task1 - Password Guessing, Query String, Cookies
Task2 - Password Crackers Available
Task3 - Hacking Tools, Countermeasures

Task4 - Attacking SQL Servers, SQL Server Resolution Service
Task5 - Osql-L Probing, Port Scanning, SQL Server Talks
Task6 - Preventive Measures

Task7 - Wireless Basics, Components of Wireless Network
Task8 - Access Point Positioning, Rogue Access Points
Task9 - Tools to Generate Rogue Access Points
Task10 - Scanning Tools, Sniffing Tools
Task11 - Securing Wireless Networks

Task12 - Virus Characteristics, Symptoms of 'virus-like' attack
Task13 - Indications of a Virus Attack
Task14 - Virus / Worms found in the wild
Task15 - Virus writing tools, Virus Checkers, Virus Analyzers

Task16 - Understanding & Factors Affecting Physical Security
Task17 - Wiretapping, Lock Picking Techniques
Task18 - Spying Technologies

Task19 - Linux Basics, Linux Vulnerabilities, Scanning Networks
Task20 - Scanning & Linux Security Tools
Task1 - Adv. Intrusion Detection System
Task2 - Linux Security Auditing Tool
Task3 - Linux Security Countermeasures

Task4 - Intrusion Detection Systems, Ways to Detect Intrusion
Task5 - Types of Intrusion Detection System
Task6 - Intrusion Detection Tools
Task7 - Honeypot Project, Tools to Detect Honeypot

Task8 - Buffer Overflows, How a Buffer Overflow Occurs
Task9 - Shellcode, NOPS, Countermeasures

Task10 - Introduction to Penetration Testing (PT)
Task11 - Categories of security assessments
Task12 - Vulnerability Assessment
Task13 - Limitations of Vulnerability Assessment, Testing
Task14 - Penetration Testing Tools, Threat
Task15 - Other Tools Useful in Pen-Test
Task16 - Phases of Penetration Testing
Task17 - Post Attack Phase and Activities
Task18 - Penetration Testing Deliverables Templates

Task19 - Insider Attacks, What is Covert Channel?
Task20 - Security Breach
Task1 - Why Do You Want to Use Covert Channel?
Task2 - Motivation of a Firewall Bypass, Covert Channels Scope
Task3 - Covert Channel: Attack Techniques
Task4 - Simple Covert Attacks
Task5 - Advanced Covert Attacks, Standard Direct Connection
Task6 - Reverse Shell (Reverse Telnet)

Task7 - Introduction of Virus, Types of Viruses
Task8 - Symptoms of a Virus Attack
Task9 - Prerequisites for Writing Viruses
Task10 - Required Tools and Utilities, Virus Infection Flow Chart
Task11 - Components of Viruses, Testing Virus Codes
Task12 - Tips for Better Virus Writing

Task13 - Base 10 System, Base 2 System
Task14 - Decimal 0 to 15 in Binary
Task15 - Binary Addition (C stands for Canary)
Task16 - Hexadecimal Number, Hex Example, Hex Conversion
Task17 - Nibble, Computer memory, Characters Coding
Task18 - ASCII & UNICODE, CPU, Machine Language
Task19 - Compilers, Clock Cycle, Original Registers
Task20 - Instruction Pointer
Task1 - Pentium Processor, Interrupts, Interrupt handler
Task2 - External interrupts and Internal interrupts, Handlers
Task3 - Machine & Assembly Language, Assembler
Task4 - Assembly Language Vs High-level Language
Task5 - Assembly Language Compilers, Instruction operands
Task6 - MOV instruction, ADD instruction, SUB instruction
Task7 - INC and DEC instructions, Directive, Preprocessor
Task8 - equ directive, %define directive, Data directives
Task9 - Labels, Input and output, C Interface, Call
Task10 - Creating a Program
Task11 - Assembling & Compiling the C code
Task12 - Linking the object files
Task13 - Understanding an assembly listing file
Task14 - Big and Little Endian Representation, Skeleton File
Task15 - Working with Integers, Signed integers
Task16 - Signed Magnitude, Two’s Compliment
Task17- If statements, Do while loops
Task18 - Indirect addressing, Subprogram
Task19 - The Stack, The SS segment
Task20 - ESP, The Stack Usage, The CALL and RET Instructions
Task1 - General subprogram form, Local variables on the stack
Task2 - General subprogram form with local variables
Task3 - Multi-Segment program, Saving registers
Task4 - Labels of functions
Task5 - Calculating addresses of local variables

Task1 - Exploits Overview, Purpose of Exploit Writing
Task2 - Prerequisites for Writing Exploits and Shellcodes
Task3 - Types of Exploits, Stack Overflow, Heap Corruption
Task4 - The Proof-of-Concept and Commercial Grade Exploit
Task5 - Converting a Proof of Concept Exploit to Commercial Grade
Task6 - Attack Methodologies, Socket Binding Exploits
Task7 - Tools for Exploit Writing, Steps for Writing an Exploit
Task8 -Difference Between Windows & Linux Exploit, Shellcode
Task9 - NULL Byte, Types of Shellcodes
Task10 - Steps for Writing a Shellcode
Task11 - Tools Used for Shellcode Development
Task12 -Issues Involved With Shellcode Writing

Task1 - What is a Buffer? Static Vs Dynamic Variables
Task2 - Stack Buffers, Data Region, Memory Process Regions
Task3 - What Is A Stack? Why Do We Use A Stack?
Task4 - The Stack Region, Stack frame, Stack pointer
Task5 - Procedure Call, Compiling the code to assembly
Task6 - Call Statement, Return Address (RET), Word Size, Stack
Task7 - Buffer Overflows
Task8 - Why do we get a segmentation violation?
Task9 - Segmentation Error, Instruction Jump
Task10 - Guess Key Parameters, Calculation, Shell Code

Task1 - Buffer & Stack overflow
Task2 - Writing Windows Based Exploits
Task3 - Exploiting stack based buffer overflow
Task4 - OpenDataSource Buffer Overflow Vulnerability Details
Task5 - Simple Proof of Concept, Windbg.exe
Task6 - Analysis, EIP Register
Task7 - Execution Flow, But where can we jump to?
Task8 - Offset Address, The Query, Finding jmp esp
Task9 - Debug.exe, listdlls.exe, Msvcrt.dll, Out.sql, The payload
Task10 - ESP, Limited Space, Memory Address
Task11 - Getting Windows API/function absolute address
Task12 - Other Addresses, Compile the program, Final Code

Task13 - Positive Applications of Reverse Engineering
Task14 - Ethical Reverse Engineering, World War Case Study
Task15 - DMCA Act, What is Disassembler?
Task16 - Why do you need to decompile?
Task17 - Professional Disassembler Tools, Decompilers
Task18 - Program Obfuscation
Task19 - Convert Assembly Code to C++ code
Task20 - Machine Decompilers

Task1 - Network Devices, Identifying a Router
Task2 - HTTP Configuration Arbitrary Administrative Access Vulnerability, ADMsnmp, Solarwinds MIB Browser
Task3 - Brute-Forcing Login Services, Hydra
Task4 - Analyzing the Router Config
Task5 - Cracking the Enable Password
Task6 - Tool: Cain and Abel, Implications of a Router Attack
Task7 - Types of Router Attacks, Router Attack Topology
Task8 - Denial of Service (DoS) Attacks
Task9 - Packet “Mistreating” Attacks
Task10 - Cisco Router, Eigrp-tool, Tool: Zebra
Task11 - Tool: Yersinia for HSRP, CDP, and other layer 2 attacks
Task12 - Tool: Cisco Torch, Monitoring SMTP (port25) Using SLcheck
Task13 - Monitoring HTTP(port 80) Cable Modem Hacking

Task14 - Different OS in Mobile Phone
Task15 - Different OS Structure in Mobile Phone
Task16 - Evolution of Mobile Threat, What Can A Hacker Do
Task17 - Vulnerabilities in Different Mobile Phones, Malware
Task18 - Spyware, Blackberry, PDA, iPod, Viruses, Antivirus
Task19 - Mobile: Is It a Breach to Enterprise Security?
Task20 - Security Tools, Defending Cell Phones and PDAs Against Attack, Mobile Phone Security Tips

Task1 - Bluetooth Introduction, Security Issues in Bluetooth
Task2 - Security Attacks in Bluetooth Devices
Task3 - Bluetooth hacking tools, Bluetooth Viruses and Worms
Task4 - Bluetooth Security tools, Countermeasures

Task5 - What is VoIP, VoIP Hacking Step, Footprinting
Task6 - Scanning, Enumeration, Steps to Exploit the Network
Task7 - Covering Tracks

Task8 - Techniques used by Spammers
Task9 - How Spamming is performed
Task10 - Ways of Spamming, Statistics, Worsen ISP: Statistics
Task11 - Top Spam Effected Countries: Statistics
Task12 - Type of Spam Attacks, Spamming Tool
Task13 - Anti-Spam Techniques, Anti- Spamming Tool
Task14 - Countermeasures

Task15 - What is Google hacking
Task16 - What a hacker can do with vulnerable site
Task17 - Anonymity with Caches, Using Google as a Proxy Server
Task18 - Traversal Techniques, Extension Walking, Site Operator
Task19 - Locating Public Exploit Sites
Task20 - Locating Vulnerable Targets
Task21 - Directory Listings, Web Server Software Error Messages
Task22 - Application Software Error Messages, Default Pages
Task23 - Searching for Passwords

Task1 - Ways of Getting Email Account Information
Task2 - Vulnerabilities
Task3 - Email Hacking Tools, Securing Email Accounts

Task4 - Public-key Cryptography, Working of Encryption
Task5 - Digital Signature, RSA (Rivest Shamir Adleman)
Task6 - RC4, RC5, RC6, Blowfish, Algorithms and Security
Task7 - Brute-Force Attack, RSA Attacks
Task8 - Message Digest Functions
Task9 - SHA (Secure Hash Algorithm) SSL (Secure Sockets Layer)
Task10 - What is SSH, Government Access to Keys (GAK) RSA Challenge, Distributed.net, Code Breaking: Methodologies
Task11 - Cryptography Attacks, Disk Encryption, Magic Lantern
Task12 - WEPCrack, Cracking S/MIME Encryption Using Idle CPU Time

Task13 - Components of RFID Systems, RFID Collision, RFID Risks

Task14 - Electrical, Software, USB Attack on Windows
Task15 - Viruses & Worm
Task16 - Hacking Tools, USB Security Tools, Countermeasures

Task17 - Hacking Oracle Database Server & SQL Server
Task18 - Security Tools
Task19 - SQL Server Security Best Practices: Administrator and Developer Checklists

Task1 - Introduction to Internet Filter
Task2 - Key Features of Internet Filters
Task3 - Pros & Cons of Internet Filters
Task4 - Internet Content Filtering Tool
Task5 - Internet Safety Guidelines for Children

Task6 - Internet, Proxy, Spyware, Email privacy, Cookies
Task7 - Examining Information in Cookies
Task8 - How Internet Cookies Work
Task9 - How Google Stores Personal Information
Task10 - Google Privacy Policy, Web Browsers, Web Bugs
Task11 - Downloading Freeware, Internet Relay Chat
Task12 - Pros and Cons of Internet Relay Chat
Task13 - Electronic Commerce
Task14 - Internet Privacy Tools: Anonymizers, Firewall Tools
Task15 - Best Practices, Counter measures

Task16 - Statistics for Stolen & Recovered Laptops
Task17 - Statistics on Security
Task18 - Percentage of Organization Following the Security Measures, Laptop threats, Laptop Theft
Task19 - Fingerprint Reader
Task20 - Protecting Laptops Through Face Recognition
Task21 - Bluetooth in Laptops
Task22 - Securing from Physical Laptop Thefts
Task23 - Hardware Security for Laptops
Task24 - Protecting the Sensitive Data
Task25 - Preventing Laptop Communications from Wireless Threats, Security Tips
Task26 - Protecting the Stolen Laptops from Being Used

Task1 - Security policies, Key Elements of Security Policy
Task2 - Defining the Purpose and Goals of Security Policy
Task3 - Role of Security Policy, Classification of Security Policy
Task4 - Design of Security Policy, Contents of Security Policy
Task5 - Configurations & Implementing Security Policies
Task7 - Types of Security Policies, Policy Statements
Task8 - Basic Document Set of Information Security Policies
Task9 - E-mail, Software Security & Software License Policy
Task10 - Points to Remember While Writing a Security Policy

Task11 - Process of Software Activation, Piracy
Task12 - Software Copy Protection Backgrounders
Task13 - Warez, Tools

Task14 - How Web Browsers Work
Task15 - How Web Browsers Access HTML Documents
Task16 - Protocols for an URL, Hacking Firefox, Firefox Security
Task17 - Hacking Internet Explorer, Internet Explorer Security
Task18 - Hacking Opera, Security Features of Opera
Task19 - Hacking & Securing Safari, Hacking & Securing Netscape

Task20 - Working of Proxy Server, Types of Proxy Server
Task1 - Socks Proxy, Free Proxy Servers
Task2 - Use of Proxies for Attack, How Does MultiProxy Work
Task3 - TOR Proxy Chaining Software, AnalogX Proxy, NetProxy
Task4 - Proxy+, ProxySwitcher Lite, Tool: JAP, Proxomitron
Task5 - SSL Proxy Tool, How to Run SSL Proxy

Task6 - Causes of Data Loss, How to Prevent Data Loss
Task7 - Impact Assessment for Data Loss Prevention, Tools

Task8 - Computer Forensics, What is Computer Forensics
Task9 - Need for Computer Forensics
Task10 - Objectives of Computer Forensics
Task11 - Stages of Forensic Investigation in Tracking Cyber Criminals
Task12 - Key Steps in Forensic Investigations
Task13 - List of Computer Forensics Tools, Incident Handling

Task14 - Why don’t Organizations Report Computer Crimes
Task15 - Estimating Cost of an Incident
Task16 - Whom to Report an Incident, Incident Reporting
Task17 - Vulnerability Resources, CSIRT: Goals and Strategy

Task18 - Hardware and Software Firewalls
Task19 - Windows & Mac OS X Firewalls


1. Ethical Hacking training in Noida is based on networking Segment and web Segment.
2. We are providing best education delivery on behalf of practical and real scenario
3. Classes will be for Segment Tasks, Segment end or morning or early morning for the same.
4. We have a trainer who is having training experience as well as the industrial experience.
5. We are providing interview preparation, exam preparation, etc for all the retail and corporate candidates too
6. Students can access our lab like 24x7
7. 24x7 Lab Facilities, can access any time, any where to the cloud and practical lab too.


1. GICSEH(GLOBAL INSTITUTE OF CYBER SECURITY & ETHICAL HACKING)is having certified trainer from the Cisco, Microsoft, Red Hat, EC Council, VMware, Amazon, Apple, etc.
2. Trainers are having 10+ years of experience in the technical field as a trainer as well as the security analyst, software developer, networking infrastructure manager, etc.


1. GICSEH (GLOBAL INSTITUTE OF CYBER SECURITY & ETHICAL HACKING)is the world leader to provide networking training courses, cyber security training and certification, ethical hacking training and certification, etc.
2. GICSEH(GLOBAL INSTITUTE OF CYBER SECURITY & ETHICAL HACKING)is also providing the interview preparation so that students will be able to crack the interview.
3. GICSEH(GLOBAL INSTITUTE OF CYBER SECURITY & ETHICAL HACKING)providing Personality Development, Technical Prepare question for all the candidates.
4. GICSEH(GLOBAL INSTITUTE OF CYBER SECURITY & ETHICAL HACKING)is helping to all the students to get the job with brand companies in India as well as some company in Abroad too.


1. Normal Regular Classes– 5/3/2/4 Tasks a Segment (Morning, Task time & Evening)
2. Normal Segmentend Classes (SaturTask, SunTask & HoliTasks)
3. Super Fast-track Classes
4. Fast-Track Class
5. Early Morning Batch
6. Late Evening Batch

Course Features

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

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Purpose of Ethical Hacking Certification

A single leading certification like CEH can solve multiple issues relating to the IT security. CEH:
• It establishes and governs the minimum standards towards information system security.
• It shows and informs that the person possesses the minimum requisite skills for preventing IT hacks.
• It is a groundwork on which the Ethical Hacking profession lies, and is self-regulating.

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Why Ethical Hacking Certification for Your Career?
CEH is simply one of the most advanced and latest of all Ethical Hacking courses available today. It spans over 18 current domains of security, covering 18 different modules. The CEH course can alone cover more than 270 IT technologies that have been used by hackers in recent times. CEH helps you learn in the real-time scenarios. You get access to more than 2200 tools related to hacking and can achieve a real-world experience through the labs, which is what is required to face and destroy real hacking attempts. CEH is a globally recognized IT security certification. Hence it helps you get a high-paying job no matter in what part of the world you live and work.

• It helps you attain hacking skills that are really in demand.
• It is the first step in the line of a lucrative IT security profession, as the certification will help you attain the higher certifications as well.
• It helps you gain extensive and comprehensive knowledge of the tools that the hackers use towards hacking purposes.
• It makes you proficient at securing the web applications, networks, and assets of a company or organization.
• It will help you think like a hacker.
• It helps you to attain the higher certifications in the security domain, like the LPT or Licensed Penetration Tester.

The comprehensive course at the Global Institute of Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking, the best Ethical Hacking institute in Bangalore helps you understand all the risk, vulnerabilities and risks that may be associated with a security system. You can easily judge and solve the issues that an organization faces while conducting its daily and routine activities and operations.

The customized Ethical Hacking course at Global Institute of Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking, makes you expert at finding the security loopholes. You would be able to understand the exploit lifecycle fully and may be able to forecast the attackers as well.

Future Prospects and Salary after doing Ethical Hacking Course from GICSEH
The CEH certification will help you earn more, and will take you to next heights in the IT security professional domain. Below mentioned are some of the job options available in Ethical Hacking profile.
• Information security analyst
• Security consultant (computing/IT/networking)
• CEH or Certified Ethical Hacker
• Penetration tester
• Security engineer
• IT Auditor
• Ethical Hacker
• Penetration Tester
• Site Administrator
• Security Administrator
• IT Security Consultant
• Computer Forensics Analyst
• Homeland Security Specialist

One can expect a high salary in the Ethical Hacking profile as compared to the others. Even a fresher who has good knowledge about all the concepts of Ethical Hacking can expect a starting package of around 4 lakhs, and no doubt that this package increases as the expertise increases.

A certification in Ethical Hacking from a reputed Ethical Hacking institute in Bangalore will surely help you to achieve a better job and career. If are looking to join the best Ethical Hacking institute in Bangalore, then you must get in touch with the experts at GICSEH. Contact today!!