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The Ultimate Python Hacking for Cybersecurity Course: Basic Scripts to Coding Custom Tools

Categories Ethical Hacking

About Course

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

Want to start a career in cybersecurity or ethical hacking then, this Python Hacking Course for Cybersecurity is just for you. Python is very easy to learn and it’s just as easy as basic English. So, it’s best suited for beginners. Using python for cybersecurity or ethical hacking makes the job easier for hackers.

Cybersecurity involves protecting servers, electronic devices, and data from malicious attacks. In this world of digitalization has cybersecurity has become the need of the hour. So cybersecurity 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 great heights.

The Uniqueness of this Python hacking course for Cybersecurity:

This amazing course has all you need to know about cybersecurity and how to use python for it starting from basics to penetration testing. This course is filled with clearly crafted instructions that help you understand the complex terms easily.

The instructions provided by the instructor are very interesting and engaging, so you will be able to learn the concepts with ease. In this course, you will be able to learn about vulnerability scanning and a few tricks on cryptography. You will be provided with step-by-step instructions on how to install python and how to set up your environment.

In this course, you will be able to pick up a few networking tips also. With course you will also be able to hack web applications. The instructor demonstrates all the concepts in this course, so this makes it easier to follow along.

By the end of this course you will be able:

  • Understand the concepts of Python and cybersecurity.
  • Hack like a professional.
  • Learn how to do penetration testing and vulnerability check.
  • Familiar with the terminologies used in python and cybersecurity.
  • Learn how to take a screenshot of your target PC or laptop.

What I will learn?

  • Hack like a professional.
  • Learn how to do penetration testing and vulnerability check.
  • Familiar with the terminologies used in python and cybersecurity.
  • Learn how to take a screenshot of your target PC or laptop.

Topics for this course

Section 1: Introduction to Python for ethical hacking!

Section 2: Port and vulnerability scanning

  • Lecture 6: Making simple port scanner
    16:00
  • Lecture 7: Adding raw_input to our port scanner
    09:00
  • Lecture 8: Scanning first 1000 ports
    05:00
  • Lecture 9: Coding advance port scanner – part 1
    13:00
  • Lecture 10: Coding advance port scanner – part 2
    09:00
  • Lecture 11: Finishing and testing advance port scanner
    09:00
  • Lecture 12: Configuring IP address and installing Metasploitable
    08:00
  • Lecture 13: Returning banner from open port
    15:00
  • Lecture 14: Coding vulnerability scanner – part 1
    12:00
  • Lecture 15: Coding vulnerability scanner – part 2
    07:00

Section 3: SSH & FTP attacks

  • Lecture 16: Automating SSH login – part 1
    10:00
  • Lecture 17: Automating SSH login – part 2
    09:00
  • Lecture 18: Testing SSH login program
    09:00
  • Lecture 19: Coding SSH Bruteforcer
    11:00
  • Lecture 20: Executing command on target after brute forcing SSH
    10:00
  • Lecture 21: Anonymous FTP login attack
    10:00
  • Lecture 22: Username & password list attack on FTP
    18:00

Section 4: Password cracking

  • Lecture 23: SHA256, SHA512 and MD5
    09:00
  • Lecture 24: Cracking SHA1 hash with online dictionary
    17:00
  • Lecture 25: Getting password from MD5 hash
    13:00
  • Lecture 26: Cracking crypt password with Salt
    24:00

Section 5: Sniffers, flooders, and spoofers

  • Lecture 27: Changing MAC address manually
    09:00
  • Lecture 28: Coding MAC changer
    17:00
  • Lecture 29: Theory behind ARP spoofing
    05:00
  • Lecture 30: Crafting malicious ARP packet
    19:00
  • Lecture 31: Coding ARP spoofer
    14:00
  • Lecture 32: Forwarding packets and restoring ARP tables
    08:00
  • Lecture 33: Spoofing our IP address and sending message with TCP payload
    12:00
  • Lecture 34: Running SynFlooder with changed source IP address
    11:00
  • Lecture 35: Getting source and destination MAC address from received packets
    25:00
  • Lecture 36: Sniffing FTP username and password – part 1
    08:00
  • Lecture 37: Sniffing FTP username and password – part 2
    12:00
  • Lecture 38: Getting passwords from HTTP websites
    14:00

Section 6: Coding DNS spoofer

  • Lecture 39: Cloning any webpage
    11:00
  • Lecture 40: Printing DNS queries
    10:00
  • Lecture 41: Redirecting response to cloned page
    17:00
  • Lecture 42: Setting IP table rules and running DNS spoofer
    11:00

Section 7: Network analysis

  • Lecture 43: Analyzing Ethernet header
    16:00
  • Lecture 44: Analyzing IP header – part 1
    10:00
  • Lecture 45: Analyzing IP header – part 2
    26:00
  • Lecture 46: Analyzing TCP header
    15:00
  • Lecture 47: Analyzing UDP header
    13:00

Section 8: Multi functioning reverse shell

  • Lecture 48: Theory behind socket programming
    07:00
  • Lecture 49: Wine & Pyinstaller installation
    08:00
  • Lecture 50: Setting up listener
    08:00
  • Lecture 51: Establishing connection between target and server
    07:00
  • Lecture 52: Implementing send & recv functions
    12:00
  • Lecture 53: Executing commands on target system
    12:00
  • Lecture 54: Importing JSON library to parse data
    08:00
  • Lecture 55: Converting Python backdoor to .exe
    08:00
  • Lecture 56: Using OS library to change directory
    10:00
  • Lecture 57: Downloading & uploading files to target PC
    19:00
  • Lecture 58: Hiding our backdoor and creating persistence
    14:00
  • Lecture 59: Trying to connect to server every 20 seconds
    08:00
  • Lecture 60: Downloading files to target PC
    12:00
  • Lecture 61: Capturing screenshot on target PC
    23:00
  • Lecture 62: Administrator privilege check
    08:00
  • Lecture 63: Starting other programs with our shell
    11:00
  • Lecture 64: Running our shell as an image, audio, Pdf…
    20:00

Section 9: Coding keylogger

  • Lecture 65: Installing Pynput
    06:00
  • Lecture 66: Printing space character
    09:00
  • Lecture 67: Calling timer on our keylogger
    10:00
  • Lecture 68: Adding keylogger to our backdoor
    13:00

Section 10: Command and control center

  • Lecture 69: What is a threaded server
    05:00
  • Lecture 70: Accepting connections with a thread
    13:00
  • Lecture 71: Managing multiple sessions
    09:00
  • Lecture 72: Testing threaded server with Windows 10 target
    09:00
  • Lecture 73: Fixing Q command
    11:00
  • Lecture 74: Coding exit function
    14:00
  • Lecture 75: Attacking multiple targets and gathering botnet
    16:00

Section 11: Website penetration testing with Python

  • Lecture 76: Stealing saved wireless passwords
    22:00
  • Lecture 77: Saving passwords to a file
    03:00
  • Lecture 78: Bruteforcing Gmail
    10:00
  • Lecture 79: Bruteforcing any login page – part 1
    13:00
  • Lecture 80: Bruteforcing any login page – part 2
    10:00
  • Lecture 81: Finding hidden directories – part 1
    05:00
  • Lecture 82: Finding hidden directories – part 2
    07:00
  • Lecture 83: Discovering subdomains
    12:00
  • Lecture 84: Changing HTTP headers
    14:00
  • Lecture 85: Starting basic and digest authentication bruteforcer
    10:00
  • Lecture 86: Controlling threads
    09:00
  • Lecture 87: Coding run function
    10:00
  • Lecture 88: Printing usage and testing our program
    13:00
  • Lecture 89: Taking a look at ransomware
    08:00

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  • IT professionals who are interested in enhancing their skills.
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