Ethical Hacking Bootcamp

Learn ethical hacking and penetration testing with us today starting as a complete beginner working through to coding your own advanced backdoors! We start with how to set up a Linux system and use basic Unix system commands. Next, we see how to create a secure penetration testing environment and begin footprinting, scanning, and website penetration testing. Then, we cover WPA2 wireless network cracking, man in the middle attacks (MITM), system hacking, and python programming fundamentals. Finally, we conclude with writing our own pen-testing tools featuring a reverse shell, keylogger, and a bruteforcer!

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Nmap For Penetration Testing

Network¬†Scanning & Enumeration have become an increasingly important aspect of penetration tests over the last couple of years. Organizations now have a complex network of assets storing sensitive and valuable data. These assets are exposed to potential threats from inside as well as from outside the organization network. To get an overview of the security posture of the organization, conducting an effective network scanning and enumeration of an organization’s network is paramount. This course is designed to take you from a beginner to an expert with Nmap (Network Mapper). Nmap is a free and open-source network scanner that is used to discover hosts and services on a computer network by sending packets and analyzing the responses. Nmap provides a number of features for probing computer networks, including host discovery and service and operating system detection.

This course covers all important aspects of Nmap when performing a penetration test from host discovery to service enumeration with Nmap scripts.

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