Certified Ethical Hacker Certification & Training

Ethical Certification

Our CEH training programs are designed to help you right from the basics of penetration testing all the way through to earning your CEH certification. Delivered by highly experienced instructors (all of whom are Certified EC-Council Instructors, or CEIs), these courses adopt a hands-on demonstration approach to accommodate both beginners and experienced penetration testers.
The courseware is structured along the 5 phases/ knowledge areas of Ethical Hacking - Reconnaissance, Gaining Access, Enumeration, Maintaining Access, Covering Tracks. Throughout the course, you’ll essentially use the same techniques that the “bad guys” use, including social engineering practices and even evaluating physical security to gain access.

  • Applicant enrol for this course have a Bachelor's degree or its global equivalent (4-year degree, or 3-year degree).
  • The students have basic knowledge of Computer.

  • You’ll understand how network defenses work, the techniques that hackers use to scan for and circumvent these defenses, and some steps that you can take to secure a system.
  • Understand penetration testing and network security through the eyes of a hacker. Pass the CEH v9 (312-50) certification examination.

Footprinting, Reconnaissance

  • Learn footprinting techniques like WHOIS lookups, DNS information and email footprinting, and how to use tools like Maltego and Recon-ng for footprinting and reconnaissance. Also learn about footprinting countermeasures to implement

Scanning Networks

  • Learn how to scan and check for live systems, open ports, and vulnerabilities using proxies and anonymizers.

Enumeration

  • Learn the tools and techniques for NetBIOS, SNMP, LDAP, NTP, and SMTP enumeration, and the countermeasures for enumeration.

System Hacking

  • Learn a stepwise process to hack systems - password cracking, privilege escalation, executing applications, and installing spyware on the target system. Additionally learn about Rootkits, Steganography, and about covering your tracks after a hacking attempt.

Malware Threats

  • Learn about malware - trojans, viruses and worms - and how to detect and analyze malware. You’ll also learn about countermeasures and anti-malware software that can be used to secure a system.
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