INE – Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) V9 Technology Course
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This course is one of the major courses for the security of those who want professional ethics in hacking. In this course, applicants are trained in how to simulate the types of security attacks in order to identify network vulnerabilities in the target group before the actual attack and to secure and eliminate them. In general, this course is required by all security professionals, hackers, security advisers, administrators, and specially penetration testing specialists. This valid and international E-Commerce Consultants (EC-Council) course requires you to pass the test for this course, which is held in one step. Currently the latest version of this degree is version 9.
As an industry leader in online training for many IT certifications and disciplines, INE is now releasing its complete 18-module course for Certified Ethical Hacker certification. This series will prepare you to understand both theoretical and practical aspects of the offensive security and prepare you for CEH certification, which is considered by both the private sector and government when hiring security engineers and consultants.
The completed series will take you through the hacking lifecycle from the initial research activities to the exploitation and ownership of private systems and networks using a variety of techniques and tools. Included in each module are questions to validate your knowledge and throughout the various demonstration labs that are easy to set up with a home computer or laptop, you will get the experience required to consolidate your new skills.
This series is taught by instructor Josué Vargas (CCNP R & S, CCDP, CCNA Security, JNCIP-ENT, JNCIP-SEC and CEH). Josue is an international consultant in the areas of Networking and Security and the owner of Netquarks Technologies.
Currently Release Modules:
1 :: Introduction To Ethical Hacking
2 :: Footprinting And Reconnaissance
3 :: Scanning Networks
4 :: Enumeration
5 :: System Hacking
6 :: Malware Threats
7 :: Sniffing
8 :: Social Engineering
9 :: Denial of Service
10 :: Session Hijacking
11 :: Hacking Webservers
12 :: Hacking Web Applications
13 :: SQL Injection
14 :: Hacking Wireless Networks
15 :: Hacking Mobile Platforms
16 :: Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots
17 :: Cloud Computing
18 :: Cryptography
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