Intermediate Level Ethical Hacking Course

Network Pentesting & Security Training

While connected to the internet, you’re a potential target for an array of cyber threats, such as hackers, keyloggers, and Trojans that attack through unpatched security holes. A firewall works as a barrier (or ‘shield’) between your computer and cyberspace. pfSense is highly versatile firewall software. With thousands of enterprises using pfSense, it is fast becoming the world’s most trusted open source network security solution.

Web Pentesting and Bug Hunting with Web App. Security Training

Penetration testing is not only about networks but also web applications. Begin your journey by familiarizing yourself with the well-known tools to perform vulnerability assessment. Take a deep dive into understanding Metasploit Framework and learn how to maintain access on the target application or web server, when successfully exploited. Documentation is always essential and so is creating an effective report for submission to the client. You will learn what to include in reports. Finally, you will be all set to perform penetration testing in a real-time scenario, and will try to crack forthcoming challenges.

Android Mobile App. Pentesting and Security Training

Android is the most popular mobile smartphone operating system at present, with over a million applications. Every day hundreds of applications are published to the PlayStore, which users from all over the world download and use. Often, these applications have serious security weaknesses in them, which could lead an attacker to exploit the application and get access to sensitive information. This is where penetration testing comes into play to check for various vulnerabilities.

Wireless Pentesting & Security Training

In this course, you’ll learn how to hack different types of wireless security commonly used in today’s networks, including WEP, WPA, and WPA2. Using commonly available open source toolsets, you’ll understand the key components of the wireless penetration testing process, including setting up your own wireless penetration testing lab, conducting wireless network reconnaissance (WLAN discovery), packet sniffing and injection, and client attacks. Training includes with how to secure wireless infrastructure deployment by the end.