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Who this course is for?

By learning ethical hacking you can play major role in securing the systems and data from threats and attacks. It helps in preventing possible hacker attacks and it supports detecting and closing security flaws in a system or network.

What is Ethical Hacking?

A permitted attempt to acquire unauthorized access to a computer system, application, or data constitutes ethical hacking. An ethical hack entails copying the tactics and behaviors of hostile attackers. This procedure aids in locating security flaws that can subsequently be fixed before a malicious attacker can take advantage of them.

Ethical hackers, also called “white hats,” are security professionals who carry out these security evaluations. They contribute to strengthening an organization’s security posture through their proactive activities. The goal of ethical hacking is different from malicious hacking because it is done with permission from the organization or owner of the IT asset.


You should be having basic knowledge on Programming Languages such as Perl, Ruby,Java, C++ , PHP , JavaScript, C, SQL, Python and Computer Networking concepts.

Basic knowledge on Database Engine Skills

Good logical skills, Problem-Solving and Critical Thinking skills

Roles and Responsibilities of Ethical Hacker

To hack lawfully, ethical hackers must adhere to specific duties and obligations. Ethical hackers will abide by these rules since they know their obligations. Some of the most significant ethical hacking guidelines and responsibilities are listed below:

Before any security evaluation, an ethical hacker must request the required authorization and consent from the organization.

They must decide the parameters of their evaluation, make a strategy, and then provide it to the organization with instructions on what to do, when to do it, and how to do it.

Ethical hackers must report any security flaws and vulnerabilities uncovered in the system or network.

Keep their findings a secret. Ethical hackers should consent to and abide by their non-disclosure agreement because they aim to secure the system or network.

After scanning the system for vulnerabilities, these hackers should remove all evidence of their intrusion. By doing this, they stop other malicious hackers from exploiting the system’s vulnerabilities.

Topics Covered

What is Information Security?

Different Types of Security Attacks

What do you know about Information Security Threats?

Do you know about Attack Vectors?

Deep Dive on Hacking Concepts

Different Types and Phases of Hacking

What do you know about Information Security Controls?

Physical Security

How will you perform Incident Management?

What is Penetration Testing?

Deep Dive on Information Security Laws

An Overview of Information Security Standards

Deep Dive on Footprinting Concepts

What do you know about Footprinting Methodology?

Different Types of Footprinting Tools

How to manage Footprinting?

What do you know about Footprinting Penetration Testing?

Deep Dive on Network Scanning

Do you know about CEH Scanning methods?

How to evaluate info for System Hacking?

Goals of System Hacking

Deep Dive on CEH Hacking Methodology (CHM)

Different Steps to perform CEH System Hacking

What do you know about Hiding Files?

Deep Dive on Covering Tracks

What is Penetration Testing?

An Overview of Sniffing Concepts

Different Types of Sniffing

What do you know about MAC and DHCP attacks?

Deep Dive on ARP Poisoning and Spoofing Attack?

What is DNS Poisoning?

Sniffing Tools

Deep Dive on Wireshark

An Overview of Packet Sniffing Tool

What do you know about Capsa Network Analyser?

Deep Dive on Social Engineering

Different methods of Social Engineering

What is Impersonation on Social Networking Sites?

Deep Dive on Identity Theft

What is DoS?

Deep Dive on DoS

Different methods of attack in DoS and DDoS

What do you know about Botnets?

DDoS Case Study with real time examples

Different Types of DoS and DDoS Attack Tools

Deep Dive on Protection Tools

Penetration Testing for DoS and DDoS Attack

An Overview of Session Hijacking

Deep Dive on App and Network Level Session Hijacking

Different Types of Session Hijacking Tools

Do you know about Safety Measures?

How to Perform Penetration Testing?

Deep Dive on Web Server

What do you know about Web Server Attacks?

Do you know about Web Server Hacking Methodology?

Different Types of Tools for Web Server Hacking

What’s the Safety Measures to be followed?

What do you know about Security Tool?

Deep Dive on Penetration Testing