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Carnegie Mellon University Certified Ethical Hacker Online Course

Carnegie Mellon University Certified Ethical Hacker Online Course

Certified Ethical Hacker Introduction
CEH Course Overview
Active and Passive Reconnaissance
Introduction to Active and Passive Reconnaissance
Information Gathering
Types of Information to Gather
Methods for Gathering Information
Understanding DNS
DNS Enumeration
Whois Database Information
Other DNS Enumeration Tools
Other Sources of Information
Active Reconnaissance - Exploiting DNS
DNS Zone Transfers
Brute Force DNS Queries
Gathering Information Using Traceroute
Gathering Information from E-mails
Searching for Internal URLs
Competitive Intelligence Gathering
DEMO: Sam Spade
LAB: Passive Reconnaissance
Hacking Laws
Introduction to Hacking Laws
Title 18 of the United States Code
Federal Information Security Management Act
The Fair Credit Reporting Act
Privacy Act of 1974
International Law
Google Hacking
Intro to Google Hacking
Basic Search Operations
Advanced Search Operations
Additional Google "Features"
Google Hacking in Practice
Finding Vulnerabilities and Targets
Finding Exploits
Enumerating Error Messages
Google Hacking Tools and Defenses
DEMO: Google Hacking
LAB: Google Hacking
Social Engineering
Social Engineering Introduction
Human-Based Social Engineering
Computer-Based Social Engineering
Social Engineering and Phishing
DEMO: Sample Phishing Scams
Social Engineering and Phishing (cont'd)
Thwarting Social Engineering
Packet Capture
Intro to Packet Captures and Sniffing Types
Active SniffingYou
ARP Cache Poisoning
DEMO: ARP Cache Poisoning
MAC Address Flooding
DEMO: MAC Address Flooding with MACof and other DSniff tools
Firewalking and Passive Sniffing Tools
DEMO: ARP Poison Routing
Types of Scanning
NMAP Introduction
DEMO: Netcat
Banner Grabbing
War Dialing and IP Spoofing
DEMO - Superscan
LAB: Vulnerability Assessment with MBSA and Nessus
NMAP and Its Switches
DEMO: NMAP Operating System Enumeration
ShiChuang Enumeration
DEMO - Languard Network Security Scanner
Application Enumeration -1
Application Enumeration -2
Web Application Vulnerabilities
Exploitative Behavior
Anatomy of a Web Application Attack
Cross-Site Scripting
Command Injection -1
DEMO: Command Injection
Command Injection -2
SQL Injection
Cookie Poisoning
Parameter Tampering
Buffer Overflows
Directory Traversal
Cryptographic Interception
Authentication Hijacking and Log Tampering
Error Message Interception
DEMO: Show Friendly HTTP Error Messages
Obfuscation, Platform Exploits, and DMZ Attacks
DMZ Attacks and Security Management Exploits
Web Service, 0-Day, and Network Attacks
Web Application Hacking Tools
LAB: Web Application Penetration Testing
Web Server Hacking
Intro to Web Server Hacking
IIS Features and Vulnerabilities
Web Service Attack Tools and Countermeasures
Patch and Vulnerability Management
Increasing Web Server Security
DEMO: XSS - Web Exploitation
DEMO: SQLInjection - Web Exploitation
DEMO: Directory Traversal - Web Exploitation
SQL Injection
Structured Query Language (SQL) Injection
Finding SQL Injection Targets
DEMO: SQL Injection Web Server Log
Using SQL Commands to Extract Information and Data
SQL Server Hacking Tools and Countermeasures
System Hacking
Finding and Exploiting Vulnerabilities
Exploit Frameworks
Intro to Exploit Frameworks
The Metasploit Framework - 1
DEMO: Using YouTube to Learn Toolz--OpenVAS
The Metasploit Framework - 2
DEMO: The Metasploit GUI
The Metasploit Framework - 3
Overview of Commercial Exploit Frameworks
DEMO: Exploiting Hosts
LAB: System Hacking
Password Cracking Techniques
Intro to Password Cracking Techniques
Password Cracking Tools and Techniques
DEMO: Password Cracking
Authentication Best Practices and Countermeasures
Keyloggers and Spyware
Escalating Privileges
Privilege Escalation - Command Execution
Privilege Escalation - Impersonation
Privilege Escalation - Passing the Hash
DEMO: Privilege Escalation
Session Hijacking
Pass the Hash Recap
Session Hijacking
Session Hijacking Tools
DEMO: Denial of Servie (DoS)
Denial of Service
Denial of Service (DoS)
Distributed Denial of Service Methods (DDoS)
DoS and DDoS Tools and Countermeasures
Tunneling and Trojans
Maintaining Access
Types of Tunnels
Getting Files Through Tunnels -1
DEMO: VBS File Download
Getting Files Through Tunnels -2
Tunneling Programs and Countermeasures
DEMO: Tunneling
LAB: Tunneling
Viruses and Worms
Viruses and Worms -1
Viruses and Worms -2
DEMO: Conficker Overview
Covering Your Tracks
Covering Your Tracks Introduction
Hiding Files
Alternate Data Streams
Hiding Files Using Rootkits
Detecting Rootkits
Hiding Information Using Steganography
Steganography Detection
Hiding Actions
DEMO: HiddingFiles-ADS
DEMO: Rootkits
DEMO: Steganography
LAB: Hiding Files
Wireless Hacking
Wireless Networks
Setting Up a Wireless Network
Wireless Authentication
Wireless Lingo
Wireless Attack Methodology
Wireless Attacks
Wireless Hacking Defensive Measures
DEMO: Wireless Hacking
Physical Security
Introduction to Physical Security
Threats to Physical Security
Physical Security Considerations
Infrastructure Physical Security
Laptop Security
Physical Security Access Controls
Biometric Access Control Devices
Remote Access
Spyware Technologies
Evasion Techniques
Intrusion Detection Systems
DEMO: Honeywall Overview
Evasion Techniques
Introduction to Cryptography
Public Key Cryptography
Digital Signatures
Encryption Algorithms
XOR (Exclusive OR) Encryption
Encryption Key Size
Message Digest and Cryptographic Hash Functions
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
Government Access to Encryption Keys
Pretty Good Privacy (PGP)
Disk Encryption
DEMO: Evasion
Pulling It All Together
Phase 1 - Reconnaissance (Review)
Phase 2 - Scanning and Enumeration (Review)
Phase 3 - Gaining Access (Review)
Phase 4 - Maintain Access (Review)
Phase 5 - Cover Your Tracks (Review)
CEH Pentesting Methodology
DEMO: Putting it all together
LAB: Pulling it all together

QUIZ: CEH 200 Question Exam
QUIZ: CEH Random 50 Exam Questions
LAB: Hacking and Assessment Training Environment
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