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Price: 5.00 USD | Size: 4.36 GB | Duration : 10+ Hours | 78 Lessons | ??????????? 4.9? BRAND : Expert TRAINING | ENGLISH | Free PDF Guides |INSTANT DOWNLOAD HOW TO DOWNLOAD THIS COURSE? After a successful payment, you can instantly download a PDF file that contains course download links. By clicking on those links, you can download the course immediately. Security Penetration Testing Course & PDF Guides Introduction Security Penetration Testing The Art of Hacking Series LiveLessons: Introduction Lesson 1: Overview of Ethical Hacking and Penetration Testing 1.0 Learning objectives 1.1 Introducing Ethical Hacking and Pen Testing 1.2 Getting Started with Ethical Hacking and Pen Testing 1.3 Understanding the Legal Aspects of Penetration Testing 1.4 Exploring Penetration Testing Methodologies 1.5 Exploring Penetration Testing and other Cyber Security Certifications 1.6 Building Your Own Lab: Overview 1.7 Building Your Own Lab: VIRL and Operating System Software 1.8 Understanding Vulnerabilities, Threats, and Exploits 1.9 Understanding the Current Threat Landscape Lesson 2: Kali Linux 2.0 Learning objectives 2.1 Installing Kali 2.2 Examining Kali Modules and Architecture 2.3 Managing Kali Services Lesson 3: Passive Reconnaissance 3.0 Learning objectives 3.1 Understanding Passive Reconnaissance 3.2 Exploring Passive Reconnaissance Methodologies: Discovering Host and Port Information 3.3 Exploring Passive Reconnaissance Methodologies: Searching for Files 3.4 Exploring Passive Reconnaissance Methodologies: Searching for Names, Passwords, and Sensitive Information 3.5 Surveying Essential Tools for Passive Reconnaissance: SpiderFoot, theHarvester, and Discover 3.6 Surveying Essential Tools for Passive Reconnaissance: Recon-ng Lesson 4: Active Reconnaissance 4.0 Learning objectives 4.1 Understanding Active Reconnaissance 4.2 Exploring Active Reconnaissance Methodologies from an Ethical Hacker Perspective 4.3 Surveying Essential Tools for Active Reconnaissance: Port Scanning and Web Service Review 4.4 Surveying Essential Tools for Active Reconnaissance: Network and Web Vulnerability Scanners Lesson 5: Hacking Web Applications 5.0 Learning objectives 5.1 Understanding Web Applications 5.2 Understanding Web Architectures 5.3 Uncovering Web Vulnerabilities 5.4 Testing Web Applications: Methodology 5.5 Testing Web Applications: Reconnaissance 5.6 Testing Web Applications: Mapping 5.7 Testing Web Applications: Vulnerability Discovery 5.8 Understanding the Exploitation of Web Applications 5.9 Surveying Defenses to Mitigate Web Application Hacking Lesson 6: Hacking User Credentials 6.0 Learning objectives 6.1 Understanding Authentication and Authorization Mechanisms 6.2 Understanding Authentication and Authorization Attacks 6.3 Exploring Password Storage Mechanisms 6.4 Understanding Password Storage Vulnerability 6.5 Cracking Passwords with John the Ripper 6.6 Cracking Passwords with hashcat 6.7 Improving Password Security Lesson 7: Hacking Databases 7.0 Learning objectives 7.1 Reviewing Database Fundamentals 7.2 Attacking a Database: Discovery, Validation, and Exploitation 7.3 Attacking a Database: Automated Scanners 7.4 Surveying Defenses to Mitigate Database Hacking Lesson 8: Hacking Networking Devices 8.0 Learning objectives 8.1 Understanding the Reasons for and the Steps to Hacking a Network 8.2 Reviewing Networking Technology Fundamentals: OSI and DoD Internet Models 8.3 Reviewing Networking Technology Fundamentals: Forwarding Device Architecture and Communication 8.4 Building an Internetwork Topology Using VIRL 8.5 Hacking Switches: Reviewing Ethernet Fundamentals 8.6 Hacking Switches: Demo 8.7 Hacking Switches: ARP Vulnerabilities and ARP Cache Poisoning 8.8 Reviewing Router Fundamentals 8.9 Examining ICMP, First Hop Redundancy and Routing Protocol Attacks 8.10 Hacking the Management Plane 8.11 Understanding Firewall Fundamentals and Levels of Inspection 8.12 Performing Firewall Reconnaissance and Tunneling 8.13 Surveying Essential Tools for Hacking Network Devices: Packet Capture 8.14 Surveying Essential Tools for Hacking Network Devices: Switch and Router Hacking Tools 8.15 Surveying Essential Tools for Hacking Network Devices: ARP Spoofing Tools 8.16 Surveying Essential Tools for Hacking Network Devices: MiTM Tools 8.17 Surveying Essential Tools for Hacking Network Devices: Linux Tools 8.18 Using Network Device Hacking Tools to Perform a MiTM Attack Lesson 9: Fundamentals of Wireless Hacking 9.0 Learning objectives 9.1 Reviewing Wireless Technology Fundamentals 9.2 Surveying Wireless Hacking Tools: Wireless Adapters 9.3 Surveying Wireless Hacking Tools: Software 9.4 Hacking WEP, WPA, and Other Protocols 9.5 Understanding Hacking Wireless Clients Lesson 10: Buffer Overflows 10.0 Learning objectives 10.1 Understanding Buffer Overflows 10.2 Exploiting Buffer Overflows 10.3 Overcoming Defenses for Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities 10.4 Understanding Fuzzing 10.5 Creating a Fuzzing Strategy 10.6 Exploring Mutation-based, Generation-based, and Evolutionary Fuzzers 10.7 Surveying Tools to Find and Exploit Buffer Overflows Lesson 11: Powershell Attacks 11.0 Learning objectives 11.1 Understanding Powershell 11.2 Pwning Windows Using PowerShell: Empire Components, Setup, and Basic Exploits 11.3 Pwning Windows Using PowerShell: Empire Modules and Advanced Exploits 11.4 Gathering Network Information Using PowerShell Lesson 12: Evasion and Post Exploitation Techniques 12.0 Learning objectives 12.1 Understanding Security Evasion Techniques 12.2 Exploring Post Exploitation Techniques 12.3 Covering Your Tracks Lesson 13: Social Engineering 13.0 Learning objectives 13.1 Understanding Social Engineering 13.2 Exploring the Social Engineering Toolkit (SET) 13.3 Exploring Maltego 13.4 Surveying Social Engineering Case Studies Lesson 14: Maintaining Persistence, Pivoting, and Data Exfiltration 14.0 Learning objectives 14.1 Understanding Persistence 14.2 Gaining Network Access 14.3 Gaining Network Access with SMB Relay Attacks, NetBIOS Name Service and LLMNR Poisoning 14.4 Maintaining Persistence 14.5 Understanding Pivoting and Lateral Movement 14.6 Defending Against the Advanced Persistent Threat Lesson 15: Writing Penetration Testing Reports 15.0 Learning objectives 15.1 Understanding Pen Test Reports and How They Are Used 15.2 Planning and Organizing Your Report 15.3 Understanding the Pen Test Report Format 15.4 Exploring Risk Ratings 15.5 Distributing Pen Test Reports Summary


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