Practical Ethical Hacking for Beginners is a video course or tutorial available on Udemy for around $20. This 11 hours video course now available for free, but for a limited time period( 1 day only).
This course is for anyone interested in becoming an ethical hacker, no matter your current skill level.
All you need is a computer with Kali Linux OS (either natively or in a virtual machine) and a WiFi adapter that supports monitor and injection mode.
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The udemy course also offers 11 downloadable resources and on completing the course, you will receive a completion certificate.
About Practical Ethical Hacking for Beginners:
The goal of ethical hacking is to find security vulnerabilities in an organization’s digital systems and networks. The best way to test the security of this infrastructure is to attempt to break in through penetration testing techniques.
The increasing number of high-profile cyber incidents emphasizes the need for individuals with these skills, with job demand projected to continue exponentially.
The techniques have shown leverage-free tools which are explained throughout the course, including instructions for creating your own home lab for practice and study. One of the primary tools you will become familiar with is Kali Linux, which is a Debian-based Linux distribution aimed at penetration testing and security auditing.
This course explores the following topics :
– Networking Basics
– Creating a Virtual Lab
– Kali Linux Tools for Penetration Testing
– Linux Basics
– Python Basics
– Penetration Testing Methodology
– Legal Considerations
– Report Writing
– Passive and Active Reconnaissance
– Scanning and Enumeration
– Reverse and Bind Shell
– Automated Payloads and Exploitation
– Brute Force Attacks
– Credential Stuffing
– Password Spraying
– Tips for Maintaining Access and Covering Tracks
– Web Server Vulnerabilities
– Wifi Hacking