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Ethical Hacking Training & Certification

Certified Emarshals Ethical Hacker is a skilled professional who understands and knows how to look for weaknesses and vulnerabilities in target systems and uses the same knowledge and tools as a malicious hacker, but in a lawful and legitimate manner to assess the security posture of a target system(s). The CEEH credential certifies individuals in the specific network security discipline of Ethical Hacking from a vendor-neutral perspective.

The Certified Emarshals Ethical Hacker v11 program is a trusted and respected ethical hacking training Program that any information security professional will need.

ETHICAL HACKING COURSE OUTLINE V11

1. Introduction to Ethical Hacking

An ethical hacker is a computer and networking expert who systematically attempts to penetrate a computer system or network on behalf of its owners for the purpose of finding security vulnerabilities that a malicious hacker could potentially exploit. Ethical hackers use the same methods and techniques to test and bypass a system’s defenses as their less-principled counterparts, but rather than taking advantage of any vulnerabilities found, they document them and provide actionable advice on how to fix them so the organization can improve its overall security.

2. Basic Networking & Linux

Introduction to networking Basics and Linux Basic commands. 

3. Footprinting and Reconnaissance

Footprinting (also known as reconnaissance) is the technique used for gathering information about computer systems and the entities they belong to. To get this information, a hacker might use various tools and technologies. This information is very useful to a hacker who is trying to crack a whole system.

4. Scanning Networks

Scanning is the second phase of hacking By scanning we can find out: Which all servers are alive, Specific ip address, Operating system, System architecture, Service running on each system and types of scanning Port Scanning, Network Scanning, and Vulnerability Scanning

5. Enumeration

Enumeration belongs to the first phase of Ethical Hacking, i.e., “Information Gathering”. This is a process where the attacker establishes an active connection with the victim and try to discover as much attack vectors as possible, which can be used to exploit the systems further.

6. Vulnerability Analysis

Vulnerability analysis, also known as vulnerability assessment, is a process that defines, identifies, and classifies the security holes (vulnerabilities) in a computer, network, or communications infrastructure. In addition, vulnerability analysis can forecast the effectiveness of proposed countermeasures and evaluate their actual effectiveness after they are put into use.

7. System Hacking

“Malware” is short for “malicious software” – computer programs designed to infiltrate and damage computers without the users consent. “Malware” is the general term covering all the different types of threats to your computer safety such as viruses, spyware, worms, trojans, rootkits and so on.

8. Malware Threats

Malware” is short for “malicious software” – computer programs designed to infiltrate and damage computers without the users consent. “Malware” is the general term covering all the different types of threats to your computer safety such as viruses, spyware, worms, trojans, rootkits and so on.

9. Sniffing

Sniffing is the process of monitoring and capturing all the packets passing through a given network using sniffing tools. It is a form of “tapping phone wires” and get to know about the conversation. It is also called wiretapping applied to the computer networks.

There is so much possibility that if a set of enterprise switch ports is open, then one of their employees can sniff the whole traffic of the network. Anyone in the same physical location can plug into the network using Ethernet cable or connect wirelessly to that network and sniff the total traffic.

10. Social Engineering

Social engineering is a technique hackers use to manipulate end users and obtain information about an organization or computer systems. In order to protect their networks, IT security professionals need to understand social engineering, who is targeted, and how social engineering attacks are orchestrated.

11. Denial-of-Service

A Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack is an attempt to make an online service or a website unavailable by overloading it with huge floods of traffic generated from multiple sources.

Unlike a Denial of Service (DoS) attack, in which one computer and one Internet connection is used to flood a targeted resource with packets, a DDoS attack uses many computers and many Internet connections, often distributed globally in what is referred to as a botnet.

12. Session Hijacking

Session hijacking, also known as TCP session hijacking, is a method of taking over a Web user session by surreptitiously obtaining the session ID and masquerading as the authorized user. Once the user’s session ID has been accessed (through session prediction), the attacker can masquerade as that user and do anything the user is authorized to do on the network.

13. Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots

An Intrusion Detection System (IDS) is a device or software application that monitors network and/or system activities for malicious activities or policy violations and produces reports to a Management Station. Some systems may attempt to stop an intrusion attempt but this is neither required nor expected of a monitoring system.

14. Hacking Web Servers

A web server, which can be referred to as the hardware, the computer, or the software, is the computer application that helps to deliver content that can be accessed through the Internet. Most people think a web server is just the hardware computer, but a web server is also the software computer application that is installed in the hardware computer. The primary function of a web server is to deliver web pages on the request to clients using the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP).

15. Hacking Web Applications

Web applications provide an interface between end users and web servers through a set of web pages generated at the server end or that contain script code to be executed dynamically within the client Web browser.

16. SQL Injection

SQL injection is a technique used to take advantage of non-validated input vulnerabilities to pass SQL commands through a web application for execution by a backend database.

17. Hacking Wireless Networks

A wireless network refers to any type of computer network that is wireless and is commonly associated with a telecommunications network whose interconnections between nodes are implemented without the use of wires. Wireless telecommunications networks are generally implemented with some type of remote information transmission system that uses electromagnetic waves such as radio waves for the carrier. The implementation usually takes place at the physical level or layer of the network.

18. Hacking Mobile Platforms

Mobile devices are used for our most sensitive transactions, including email, banking, and social media. But they have a unique set of vulnerabilities, which hackers are all too willing to exploit. Security professionals need to know how to close the gaps and protect devices, data, and users from attacks.

19. IoT Hacking With Raspberry Pi.

The IoT provides an increased surface attack surface, in part by adding many items not typically considered when setting up a network, which means that security may not be adequately addressed. This situation translates to more and softer targets that could yield access to a target network.

20. Cloud Computing

Moving to the cloud can ease a company’s management and support costs. It is also known to be a reliable solution that meets or exceeds any SLA by ensuring 99.999% availability in some cases. But this feature will not stop hackers from attempting to break this new and supposedly secure platform.

21. Cryptography

Cryptography is closely related to the disciplines of cryptology and cryptanalysis. Cryptography includes techniques such as microdots, merging words with images, and other ways to hide information in storage or transit. However, in today’s computer-centric world, cryptography is most often associated with scrambling plaintext (ordinary text, sometimes referred to as cleartext) into ciphertext (a process called encryption), then back again (known as decryption). Individuals who practice this field are known as cryptographers.

CERTIFIED EMARSHALS ETHICAL HACKER TRAINING PROGRAM

The CERTIFIED EMARSHALS ETHICAL HACKER Training program is the pinnacle of the most desired information security training program any information security professional will ever want to be in. To master the hacking technologies, you will need to become one, but an ethical one! The accredited course provides the advanced hacking tools and techniques used by hackers and information security professionals alike to break into an organization. As we put it, “To beat a hacker, you need to think like a hacker”.

WHAT’S NEXT AFTER THE ETHICAL HACKING ?

Top Ethical Hacking Interview Questions

If you’ve got hacking skills, you can turn your ethical hacking into a career. Ethical Hacking is the term given to penetration testing and prevention. Your career is based on your hacking skills, but you use them to protect companies against malicious hackers.

1. What is the difference between Hacking and Ethical Hacking?

Broadly speaking, both Hacking and Ethical Hacking refers to break-in the network or check for the vulnerabilities of a website. Hacking is illegal and rewards you with sentences that ranges from months to lifetime, whereas Ethical Hacking is an entirely legal and professional work which showers you with recognition and promotions in the security domain.

3. What is scanning and what are some examples of the types of scanning used?

Scanning may be referred to as a set of procedures for identifying hosts, ports and the services attached to a network. Scanning is a critical component for information gathering. It allows the hacker to create a profile on the site of the organization to be hacked. Types of scanning include:

  • Port scanning
  • Vulnerability scanning
  • Network scanning

4.What is footprinting? What are the techniques used for footprinting?

Footprinting refers to accumulating and uncovering information about the target network before attempting to gain access. Hacking techniques include: 

  • Open source footprinting: This technique will search for administrator contact information, which can be later used for guessing the correct password in social engineering.
  • Network enumeration: This is when the hacker attempts to identify the domain names and network blocks of the targeted
  • Scanning: Once the network is known, the second step is to pry on the active IP addresses on the network.
  • Stack fingerprinting: This techinique should be the final footprinting step that takes place once the port and host are mapped.

7.What is network sniffing?

Network sniffing involves using sniffer tools that enable real-time monitoring and analysis of data packets flowing over computer networks. Sniffers can be used for different purposes, whether it’s to steal information or manage networks.

Network sniffing is used for ethical as well as unethical purposes. Network administrators use these as network monitoring and analysis tools to diagnose and prevent network-related problems such as traffic bottlenecks. Cybercriminals use these tools for dishonest purposes such as identity usurpation, email, sensitive data hijacking and more.

9. What is cross-site scripting and its different variations?

Cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks are a type of injection where malicious scripts are injected into otherwise benign and trusted websites. XSS takes place when an attacker inserts a malicious payload, usually in the form of JavaScript code in a web form. XSS vulnerabilities are categorized as follows:

  • Reflected cross-site scripting
  • Stored cross-site scripting
  • DOM-based cross-site scripting

11. How can you avoid or prevent ARP poisoning?

ARP poisoning is a form of network attack that can be mitigated through the following methods:

  • Use packet filtering: Packet filters can filter out and block packets with conflicting source address information.
  • Avoid trust relationship: Organizations should develop a protocol that relies on trust relationship as little as possible.
  • Use ARP spoofing detection software: Some programs inspect and certify data before it is transmitted and blocks data that is spoofed.
  • Use cryptographic network protocols: ARP spoofing attacks can be mitigated by the use of secure protocols such as SSH, TLS and HTTPS which send data encrypted before transmission and after reception.

2. What are the hacking stages?

Hacking, or targeting a specific machine, should follow and go through the following five phases:

  • Reconnaissance: This is the first phase where the hacker attempts to collect as much information as possible about the target.
  • Scanning: This stage involves exploiting the information gathered during reconnaissance phase and using it to examine the victim. The hacker can use automated tools during the scanning phase which can include port scanners, mappers and vulnerability scanners.
  • Gaining access: This is the phase where the real hacking takes place. The hacker now attempts to exploit vulnerabilities discovered during the reconnaissance and scanning phase to gain access.
  • Maintaining access: Once access is gained, hackers want to keep that access for future exploitation and attacks by securing their exclusive access with backdoors, rootkits and trojans.
  • Covering tracks: Once hackers have been able to gain and maintain access, they cover their tracks and traces to avoid detection. This also allows them to continue the use of the hacked system and avoid legal actions.

5. What are some of the standard tools used by ethical hackers?

To facilitate some manual tasks and speed up the hacking process, hackers can use a set of tools such as:

  • Metasploit
  • Wireshark
  • NMAP
  • Burp Suite
  • OWASP ZAP
  • Nikto
  • SQLmap

6. What is Burp Suite? What tools does it contain?

Burp Suite is an integrated platform used for attacking web applications. It contains all the possible tools a hacker would require for attacking an application. Some of these functionalities include, but are not limited to:

  • Proxy
  • Spider
  • Scanner
  • Intruder
  • Repeater
  • Decoder
  • Comparer
  • Sequencer

8.What is SQL injection and its types?

A SQL injection occurs when the application does not sanitize the user input. Thus a malicious hacker would inject SQL query to gain unauthorized access and execute administration operations on the database. SQL injections can be classified as follows:

  • Error-based SQL injection
  • Blind SQL injection
  • Time-based SQL injection

10. What is a denial of service (DOS) attack and what are the common forms?

DOS attacks involve flooding servers, systems or networks with traffic to cause over-consumption of victim resources. This makes it difficult or impossible for legitimate users to access or use targeted sites.

Common DOS attacks include:

  • Buffer overflow attacks
  • ICMP flood
  • SYN flood
  • Teardrop attack
  • Smurf attack
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