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Master Ethical Hacking: Novice to Pro (2021 Updated)

Categories Ethical Hacking

About Course

Learn all you need to know about ethical hacking with this course. In this fast-paced world, it has become necessary to protect your devices from attackers. So, the need for awareness of ethical hacking is ever-growing. Grab your opportunity to become a star in this field and enroll in this course today.
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Description

Ethical Hackers are in high demand today for the better protection of personal and business data that are stored in electronic devices and the cloud. This course on ‘Master Ethical Hacking’ begins by helping you understand the meaning of Ethical Hacking and, later, goes on explaining the skills required to get into this profession. Let’s dive right in and gain insights into Ethical Hacking.

Ethical hacking is a discipline widely followed by major big-wigs of the tech industry to protect their organization against any forthcoming probes from black hat hackers. In this Ethical Hacking course, You will study some key-points of this discipline that are being followed around the globe. This course will incorporate scopes such as Ethical Hacking, Ethical Hacker Roles, Security threats and preventive measures, ethical hacking skills, python programming foundations, cybersecurity tools, social engineering techniques, algorithms, encryption, and decryption demonstration.

You will also learn how ethical hacking involves pointing out the weak points in the security of the system and test the system for loopholes. In this world of digitalization, all the essential data are stored in computers and other devices. So this makes hacking very important in our lives. So ethical hacking as a career has an ever-expanding scope. This course could change your life. So, what are you waiting for? Enroll in this course today, and take your career to a great height.

The Uniqueness of this course:

In this course, you will learn about ethical hacking and penetration, the ability to secure and protect any network from hackers and loss of data, building a virtual hacking environment, attack networks, and breaking passwords, running system commands on the target web server, and creating undetectable backdoors. You will also learn to discover almost every vulnerability automatically using a web proxy, learn the right way to write SQL queries to prevent SQL injections, bypass security measurements, understand how browsers communicate with websites, python basics, and access all websites on the same web server and the file system.

This amazing course has all you need to know about ethical hacking starting from basics to how to successfully hack like a professional. This course on master ethical hacking is filled with clearly crafted instructions that will help you to understand the complex terms easily. The education provided by our instructor will stimulate you to follow along with the instructions easily. This complex course is broken into small modules which helps you to learn faster. The first module contains step-by-step instructions on how to install the required tools for ethical hacking. You will also learn about the basics of python and how to use it for ethical hacking. Python programming is a very easy language to learn. In this course, you will also be able to pick up a few tricks on networking and coding for backdoors.

So, by the end of the course you will be able to:

  • Understand the terminologies used in ethical hacking and cybersecurity.
  • Exploit SQL injections to find databases, tables & sensitive data such as usernames, passwords…etc
  • Discover reflected XSS vulnerabilities.
  • Use python for ethical hacking.
  • Send emails from any email account without knowing the password for that account.

What I will learn?

  • Basic concepts and terminologies used in ethical hacking.
  • How to exploit SQL injections to find databases, tables & sensitive data such as usernames, passwords...etc
  • How to discover reflected XSS vulnerabilities.
  • How to use python for ethical hacking.

Topics for this course

Section 2: Basic commands

  • Lecture 5: Basic commands – part 1
    10:00
  • Lecture 6: Basic commands – part 2
    21:00
  • Lecture 7: Basic commands – part 3
    13:00

Section 3: Prepare your lab

  • Lecture 8: Changing IP address and setting up wireless adapter
    05:00
  • Lecture 9: Creating bootable Kali USB
    05:00
  • Lecture 10: Important networking terms
    10:00
  • Lecture 11: Important hacking terms
    18:00
  • Lecture 12: Few things to do after installing Kali Linux
    09:00
  • Lecture 13: Changing our Mac Address – MacchangerV
    06:00

Section 4: Footprinting

  • Lecture 14: Google hacking
    13:00
  • Lecture 15: Nikto basics
    11:00
  • Lecture 16: Whois tool
    07:00
  • Lecture 17: Email harvesting
    06:00
  • Lecture 18: Shodan
    10:00
  • Lecture 19: Zone transfer with dig
    07:00

Section 5: Scanning

  • Lecture 20: Installing Metasploitable
    07:00
  • Lecture 21: Nmap – part 1
    16:00
  • Lecture 22: Nmap – part 2
    12:00
  • Lecture 23: Nmap – part 3
    12:00
  • Lecture 24: Zenmap
    08:00
  • Lecture 25: TCP scans
    16:00
  • Lecture 26: Nmap bypassing defences
    17:00
  • Lecture 27: Nmap scripts 1
    10:00
  • Lecture 28: Nmap scripts 2
    14:00

Section 6: Web penetration testing

  • Lecture 29: Installing Owasp
    08:00
  • Lecture 30: HTTP request
    10:00
  • Lecture 31: HTTP response
    11:00
  • Lecture 32: Burp Suite configuration
    13:00
  • Lecture 33: Editing packets in Burp Suite
    12:00
  • Lecture 34: Whatweb & Dirb
    10:00
  • Lecture 35: Password recovery attack
    16:00
  • Lecture 36: Burp Suite login bruteforce
    11:00
  • Lecture 37: Hydra login bruteforce
    09:00
  • Lecture 38: Session fixation
    14:00
  • Lecture 39: Injection attacks
    06:00
  • Lecture 40: Simple command injection
    11:00
  • Lecture 41: Exploiting command injection vulnerability
    08:00
  • Lecture 42: Finding blind command injection
    14:00
  • Lecture 43: Webpentest – basics of SQL
    10:00
  • Lecture 44: Manual SQL injection – part 1
    13:00
  • Lecture 45: Manual SQL injection – part 2
    21:00
  • Lecture 46: SQLmap basics
    17:00
  • Lecture 47: XML injection
    16:00
  • Lecture 48: Installing XCAT and preventing injection attacks
    06:00
  • Lecture 49: Reflected XSS
    11:00
  • Lecture 50: Stored XSS
    12:00
  • Lecture 51: Changing HTML code with XSS
    08:00
  • Lecture 52: XSSer & XSSsniper
    14:00

Section 7: WPA2 cracking

  • Lecture 53: Wireless attacks theory
    11:00
  • Lecture 54: Putting network card in monitor mode
    05:00
  • Lecture 55: Capturing handshake with Airodump
    15:00
  • Lecture 56: RockYou.txt
    14:00
  • Lecture 57: Cracking with Aircrack
    16:00
  • Lecture 58: Cracking with Hashcat
    15:00
  • Lecture 59: Making password lists with Crunch
    18:00
  • Lecture 60: Making password lists with Cupp
    07:00
  • Lecture 61: Rainbowtables – part 1
    17:00
  • Lecture 62: Rainbowtables – part 2
    06:00
  • Lecture 63: Installing fluxion
    06:00
  • Lecture 64: Finding and cracking hidden network
    08:00
  • Lecture 65: Preventing wireless attacks
    08:00

Section 8: Man in the middle

  • Lecture 66: ARP protocol basics
    11:00
  • Lecture 67: MITM attack theory
    07:00
  • Lecture 68: Installing MITMf
    07:00
  • Lecture 69: Manual Arpspoofing
    13:00
  • Lecture 70: Problems while installing MITMf
    06:00
  • Lecture 71: HTTP traffic sniffing
    09:00
  • Lecture 72: DNS spoofing and HTTPS password sniffing
    24:00
  • Lecture 73: Hooking browsers with BEEF
    16:00
  • Lecture 74: Screenshotting targets browser
    11:00
  • Lecture 75: Cloning any webpage
    09:00
  • Lecture 76: Ettercap basics
    07:00

Section 9: System hacking

  • Lecture 77: MSFconsole enviroment
    16:00
  • Lecture 78: Metasploit modules explained
    12:00
  • Lecture 79: Bruteforcing SSH with Metasploit
    15:00
  • Lecture 80: Attacking Tomcat with Metasploit
    09:00
  • Lecture 81: Getting Meterpreter with command injection
    25:00
  • Lecture 82: PHP code injection
    06:00
  • Lecture 83: 2 Metasploitable exploits
    07:00
  • Lecture 84: Wine installation
    12:00
  • Lecture 85: Crafting Windows payloads with Msfvenom
    10:00
  • Lecture 86: Encoders & Hexeditor
    19:00
  • Lecture 87: Windows 10 Meterpreter shell
    12:00
  • Lecture 88: Meterpreter enviroment
    12:00
  • Lecture 89: Windows 10 privilege escalation
    12:00
  • Lecture 90: Preventing privilege escalation
    06:00
  • Lecture 91: Post exploitation modules
    14:00
  • Lecture 92: Getting Meterpreter over Internet with port forwarding
    11:00
  • Lecture 93: Eternalblue exploit
    20:00
  • Lecture 94: Persistence module
    13:00
  • Lecture 95: Hacking over Internet with Ngrok
    10:00
  • Lecture 96: Android device attack with Venom
    10:00
  • Lecture 97: Real hacking begins now
    02:00

Section 10: Python basics

  • Lecture 98: Variables
    14:00
  • Lecture 99: raw_input
    11:00
  • Lecture 100: IF ELSE statement
    10:00
  • Lecture 101: FOR loop
    07:00
  • Lecture 102: WHILE loop
    08:00
  • Lecture 103: Python lists
    08:00
  • Lecture 104: Functions
    15:00
  • Lecture 105: Classes
    10:00
  • Lecture 106: Importing libraries
    07:00
  • Lecture 107: Files in Python
    12:00
  • Lecture 108: Try and Except rule
    05:00

Section 11: Coding advance backdoor

  • Lecture 109: Theory behind reverse shell
    07:00
  • Lecture 110: Simple server code
    13:00
  • Lecture 111: Connection with reverse shell
    07:00
  • Lecture 112: Sending and receiving messages
    11:00
  • Lecture 113: Sending messages with while true loop
    08:00
  • Lecture 114: Executing commands on target system
    10:00
  • Lecture 115: Fixing backdoor bugs & adding functions
    20:00
  • Lecture 116: Installing Pyinstaller
    02:00
  • Lecture 117: First performance test of our backdoor
    18:00
  • Lecture 118: Trying to connect every 20 seconds
    12:00
  • Lecture 119: Creating persistence – part 1
    06:00
  • Lecture 120: Creating persistence – part 2
    17:00
  • Lecture 121: Changing directory
    12:00
  • Lecture 122: Uploading & downloading files
    23:00
  • Lecture 123: Downloading files from Internet
    23:00
  • Lecture 124: Starting programs from our backdoor
    07:00
  • Lecture 125: Capturing screenshot on target PC
    19:00
  • Lecture 126: Embedding backdoor in image – part 1
    13:00
  • Lecture 127: Embedding backdoor in image – part 2
    09:00
  • Lecture 128: Checking for administrator privileges
    12:00
  • Lecture 129: Adding help option
    09:00

Section 12: Creating keylogger for backdoor

  • Lecture 130: Importing Pynput
    10:00
  • Lecture 131: Simple keylogger
    10:00
  • Lecture 132: Adding report function
    11:00
  • Lecture 133: Writing keystrokes to a file
    14:00
  • Lecture 134: Adding keylogger to our reverse shell – part 1
    23:00
  • Lecture 135: Adding keylogger to our reverse shell – part 2
    08:00
  • Lecture 136: Final project test
    14:00

Section 13: Basic authentication bruteforcer

  • Lecture 137: Printing banner
    11:00
  • Lecture 138: Adding available options
    11:00
  • Lecture 139: Starting threads for bruteforce
    08:00
  • Lecture 140: Making function to run the attack
    11:00
  • Lecture 141: Bruteforcing router login
    10:00
  • Lecture 142: Bypassing antivirus with all your future programs
    14:00
  • Lecture 143: Sending malware with spoofed email
    15:00
  • Lecture 144: What’s next
    04:00

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J
1 year ago
each process was very clear!!!
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Fantastic Course to learn ethical hacking
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  • Anyone interested in ethical hacking.
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