Learning White Hat Hacking & Penetration Testing Video

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A Practical Ethical Hacking Training Course That Teaches Real World Skills In this project-based Learning White Hat Hacking and Penetration Testing video tutorial series, you'll quickly have relevant skills for real-world applications. Follow along with our expert instructor in this Learning White Hat Hacking & Penetration Testing Video course to get: Concise, informative and broadcast-quality White Hat Hacking and Penetration Testing training videos delivered to your desktop The ability to learn at your own pace with our intuitive, easy-to-use interface A quick grasp of even the most complex White Hat Hacking and Penetration Testing subjects because they're broken into simple, easy to follow tutorial videos Practical working files further enhance the learning process and provide a degree of retention that is unmatched by any other form of White Hat Hacking and Penetration Testing tutorial, online or offline... so you'll know the exact steps for your own projects. Course Fast Facts: Only 10.5 hours to complete this course 103 tutorial videos Expert instructors lead each course Download to any Windows PC or Mac and save for viewing off line Course is accessible 24/7 from any computer once downloaded You can study from home or at work at your own pace in your own time Course Description In this Learning White Hat Hacking & Penetration Testing Video course, expert Ric Messier covers the essentials you will need to know to harden and protect your hardware and software to avoid downtime and loss of data. Protecting your networks and customer data are more important that ever, and understanding HOW you are vulnerable is the best way to learn how you can prevent attacks. Some of the topics covered in this course are; researching and background information retrieval, networking fundamentals, a deeper look at TCP/IP and packets, as well as understanding cryptography. You will learn about...

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What you'll learn on the course

Networking
Testing
Windows
Networks
TCP-IP
Hacking
Web
IP
TCP
Wireless
Skills and Training

Course programme

01. Introduction
  • 0101 What You Should Expect From The Video
  • 0102 What Is Hacking?
  • 0103 Why Do We Hack?
  • 0104 Types Of Hacking (Ethical, Black Hat, Gray Hat, Hacktivism, Etc)
  • 0105 Being Ethical
  • 0106 Legal Issues Around Hacking
  • 0107 Methodology
  • 0108 Types Of Attacks
  • 0109 Skills Necessary And Skills To Be Learned
  • 0110 What Is Penetration Testing/Scope?
  • 02. Getting The Background - Footprinting And Reconnaissance
    • 0201 What Is Footprinting?
    • 0202 History Lessons - Way Back Machine
    • 0203 Using Your Resources - Job Listings, People Searches, Social Networks
    • 0204 Using Whois Lookups
    • 0205 Using DNS To Extract Information
    • 0206 Finding Network Ranges
    • 0207 Google Hacking
    • 0208 Mining For Information Using Google Hacking
    • 0209 Google Hacking Database
  • 03. Networking Fundamentals
    • 0301 History Of TCP/IP
    • 0302 Using Wireshark To Examine Packets
    • 0303 OSI And IP Models
    • 0304 Addressing
    • 0305 UDP
    • 0306 TCP
    • 0307 Services
    • 0308 Using Wireshark For Deep Analysis
    • 0309 DHCP
    • 0310 Using ARP
  • 04. Cryptography
    • 0401 History Of Cryptography
    • 0402 Types Of Cryptography
    • 0403 Public Key
    • 0404 Certificates
    • 0405 Hashing
    • 0406 AES, DES, 3DES
    • 0407 SSL/TLS
    • 0408 SSH
    • 0409 Disk Encryption
    • 0410 Cryptographic Analysis
  • 05. Scanning And Enumeration
    • 0501 Types Of Scans
    • 0502 Using NMAP
    • 0503 Other Types Of Scans
    • 0504 Using hping And Its Uses
    • 0505 War Dialing
    • 0506 IDS Evasion
    • 0507 Banner Grabbing
    • 0508 Vulnerability Scanning
    • 0509 Using Nessus
    • 0510 Enumeration Techniques
    • 0511 SNMP
    • 0512 LDAP
    • 0513 Using Proxies
    • 0514 Tor And Anonymizers
    • 0515 Tunneling
  • 06. Penetration
    • 0601 Goals
    • 0602 Password Cracking And Complexity
    • 0603 Password Attacks
    • 0604 Password Storage Techniques
    • 0605 Privilege Escalation
    • 0606 Spyware, Rootkits And Key Loggers
    • 0607 Metasploit Basics
    • 0608 Auditing/Logging
    • 0609 Metasploit Again
  • 07. Malware - Trojans, Backdoors, Viruses And Worms
    • 0701 Definitions And History
    • 0702 Detection Of Malware
    • 0703 Anti-Virus Evasion
    • 0704 Deployment Of Malware
    • 0705 Virus Types
    • 0706 Malware Analysis
    • 0707 Windows ADS And Hiding Malware
    • 0708 Doing Debugging - OllyDbg
    • 0709 Packing And Automated A/V Maker Tools
    • 0710 More Malware Analysis
  • 08. Denial Of Service Attacks
    • 0801 What Is DoS? DDoS?
    • 0802 DoS Attacks
    • 0803 Cyber Crime
    • 0804 Botnets
    • 0805 Attack Countermeasures - Flooding
  • 09. Web Application Hacking
    • 0901 What Is Web Application Testing?
    • 0902 Web Application Architecture
    • 0903 Web Testing Tools
    • 0904 Cross Site Scripting
    • 0905 SQL Injection
    • 0906 Cross Site Request Forgery
    • 0907 Session Hijacking And Attacks And Cookies
    • 0908 Password Attacks
    • 0909 Encoding
  • 10. Wireless Networking
    • 1001 Wireless Networking
    • 1002 Encryption Techniques - WEP, WPA, WPA2
    • 1003 Finding Hotspots
    • 1004 Breaking WEP Encryption
    • 1005 Rogue Access Points And Attacks
    • 1006 Wireless Sniffing
    • 1007 Protecting Wireless Networks
  • 11. Detection Evasion
    • 1101 What Is Evasion And Why Do We Use It?
    • 1102 Steganography
  • 12. Programming Attacks
    • 1201 Stacks And Heaps
    • 1202 Buffer Overflows
    • 1203 Protecting Against Buffer Overflow Attacks
    • 1204 Format String
    • 1205 De-Compilation
    • 1206 Reverse Engineering
  • 13. About The Author

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