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Industrial Training in Ethical Hacking is a modular course. The course curriculum of Industrial Training in Ethical Hacking comprises of

    • SESSION 1-6: INTRODUCTION TO ETHICAL HACKING
    • Explaining the Certification, Introducing Security
    • Introducing Hacking, Introduction to Ethical Hacking
    • FOOT PRINTING
    • Defining Foot printing, Information Gathering Methodology
    • Locate the Network Range, Hacking Tools
    • SCANNING
    • Definition, Types, Objectives, Classification of Scanning
    • Scanning Methodology, Hacking Tool, Countermeasures
    • ENUMERATION
    • What is EnumerationNetBios Null Sessions
    • Hacking Tools, Enumerating User Accounts
    • Active Directory Enumeration and Countermeasures
    • SYSTEM HACKING
    • Administrator Password Guessing
    • Manual Password Cracking Algorithm
    • Automated Password Cracking, Password Types
    • Types of Password Attacks, Hacking Tools
    • SESSION 7-12: TROJANS AND BACKDOORS
    • Effect on Business, What is a Trojan
    • Overt and Covert Channels
    • Indications of a Trojan Attack
    • Reverse Engineering Trojans, Backdoor Countermeasures
    • SNIFFERS
    • Definition of sniffing
    • How a Sniffer worksPassive Sniffing
    • Active Sniffing, Hacking Tools, Sniffing Countermeasures
    • DENIAL OF SERVICE
    • What is Denial of Service?
    • Goal of DoS (Denial of Service)
    • Impact and Modes of Attack, DoS Attack Classification
    • Hacking Tools, Countermeasures for Reflected DoS
    • Tools for Detecting DDOS Attacks
    • SOCIAL ENGINEERING
    • What is Social EngineeringArt of Manipulation
    • Human Weakness, Common Types of Social Engineering
    • Human Based Impersonation
    • SESSION HIJACKING
    • Understanding Session Hijacking, Spoofing vs Hijacking
    • Steps in Session Hijacking, Types of Session Hijacking
    • Hacking Tools, Protection against Session Hijacking
    • Countermeasures: IP Security
    • HACKING WEB SERVERS
    • Popular Web Servers and Common Security Threats
    • Apache Vulnerability, Attack against IIS Console
    • Hacking Tools, Countermeasures
    • Increasing Web Server Security
    • SESSION 13-20: WEB APPLICATION VULNERABILITIES
    • Web Application Hacking, Anatomy of an Attack
    • Web Application Threats, Carnivore, Google Hacking
    • Countermeasures
    • WEB BASED PASSWORD CRACKING TECHNIQUES
    • Authentication- Definition, Authentication Mechanisms
    • Password Guessing, Query String, Cookies
    • Password Crackers Available
    • Hacking Tools, Countermeasures
    • SQL INJECTION
    • Attacking SQL Servers, SQL Server Resolution Service
    • Osql-L Probing, Port Scanning, SQL Server Talks
    • Preventive Measures
    • HACKING WIRELESS NETWORKS
    • Wireless Basics, Components of Wireless Network
    • Access Point Positioning, Rogue Access Points
    • Tools to Generate Rogue Access Points
    • Scanning Tools, Sniffing Tools
    • Securing Wireless Networks
    • WORMS AND VIRUSES
    • Virus Characteristics, Symptoms of 'virus-like' attack
    • Indications of a Virus Attack
    • Virus / Worms found in the wild
    • Virus writing tools, Virus Checkers, Virus Analyzers
    • PHYSICAL SECURITY
    • Understanding & Factors Affecting Physical Security
    • Wiretapping, Lock Picking Techniques
    • Spying Technologies
    • LINUX HACKING
    • Linux Basics, Linux Vulnerabilities, Scanning Networks
    • Scanning & Linux Security Tools
    • Adv. Intrusion Detection System
    • Linux Security Auditing Tool
    • Linux Security Countermeasures
    • EVADING FIREWALLS, IDS AND HONEYPOTS
    • Intrusion Detection Systems, Ways to Detect Intrusion
    • Types of Intrusion Detection System
    • Intrusion Detection Tools
    • Honeypot Project, Tools to Detect Honeypot
    • BUFFER OVERFLOWS
    • Buffer Overflows, How a Buffer Overflow Occurs
    • Shellcode, NOPS, Countermeasures
    • SESSION 21-32: PENETRATION TESTING
    • Introduction to Penetration Testing (PT)
    • Categories of security assessments
    • Vulnerability Assessment
    • Limitations of Vulnerability Assessment, Testing
    • Penetration Testing Tools, Threat
    • Other Tools Useful in Pen-Test
    • Phases of Penetration Testing
    • Post Attack Phase and Activities
    • Penetration Testing Deliverables Templates
    • COVERT HACKING
    • Insider Attacks, What is Covert Channel
    • Security Breach
    • Why Do You Want to Use Covert Channel
    • Motivation of a Firewall Bypass, Covert Channels Scope
    • Covert Channel: Attack Techniques
    • Simple Covert Attacks
    • Advanced Covert Attacks, Standard Direct Connection
    • Reverse Shell (Reverse Telnet)
    • WRITING VIRUS CODES
    • Introduction of Virus, Types of Viruses
    • Symptoms of a Virus Attack
    • Prerequisites for Writing Viruses
    • Required Tools and Utilities, Virus Infection Flow Chart
    • Components of Viruses, Testing Virus Codes
    • Tips for Better Virus Writing
    • ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE TUTORIAL
    • Base 10 System, Base 2 System
    • Decimal 0 to 15 in Binary
    • Binary Addition (C stands for Canary)
    • Hexadecimal Number, Hex Example, Hex Conversion
    • Nibble, Computer memory, Characters Coding
    • ASCII & UNICODE, CPU, Machine Language
    • Compilers, Clock Cycle, Original Registers
    • Instruction Pointer
    • Pentium Processor, Interrupts, Interrupt handler
    • External interrupts and Internal interrupts, Handlers
    • Machine & Assembly Language, Assembler
    • Assembly Language Vs High-level Language
    • Assembly Language Compilers, Instruction operands
    • MOV instruction, ADD instruction, SUB instruction
    • INC and DEC instructions, Directive, Preprocessor
    • equ directive, %define directive, Data directives
    • Labels, Input and output, C Interface, Call
    • Creating a Program
    • Assembling & Compiling the C code
    • Linking the object files
    • Understanding an assembly listing file
    • Big and Little Endian Representation, Skeleton File
    • Working with Integers, Signed integers
    • Signed Magnitude, Two’s Compliment
    • If statements, Do while loops
    • Indirect addressing, Subprogram
    • The Stack, The SS segment
    • ESP, The Stack Usage, The CALL and RET Instructions
    • General subprogram form, Local variables on the stack
    • General subprogram form with local variables
    • Multi-module program, Saving registers
    • Labels of functions
    • Calculating addresses of local variables
    • EXPLOIT WRITING
    • Exploits Overview, Purpose of Exploit Writing
    • Prerequisites for Writing Exploits and Shellcodes
    • Types of Exploits, Stack Overflow, Heap Corruption
    • The Proof-of-Concept and Commercial Grade Exploit
    • Converting a Proof of Concept Exploit to Commercial Grade
    • Attack Methodologies, Socket Binding Exploits
    • Tools for Exploit Writing, Steps for Writing an Exploit
    • Difference Between Windows & Linux Exploit, Shellcode
    • NULL Byte, Types of Shellcodes
    • Steps for Writing a Shellcode
    • Tools Used for Shellcode Development
    • Issues Involved With Shellcode Writing
    • SMASHING THE STACK FOR FUN AND PROFIT
    • What is a BufferStatic Vs Dynamic Variables
    • Stack Buffers, Data Region, Memory Process Regions
    • What Is A StackWhy Do We Use A Stack
    • The Stack Region, Stack frame, Stack pointer
    • Procedure Call, Compiling the code to assembly
    • Call Statement, Return Address (RET), Word Size, Stack
    • Buffer Overflows
    • Why do we get a segmentation violation
    • Segmentation Error, Instruction Jump
    • Guess Key Parameters, Calculation, Shell Code
    • SESSION 33-40: WINDOWS BASED BUFFER OVERFLOW EXPLOIT WRITING
    • Buffer & Stack overflow
    • Writing Windows Based Exploits
    • Exploiting stack based buffer overflow
    • OpenDataSource Buffer Overflow Vulnerability Details
    • Simple Proof of Concept, Windbg.exe
    • Analysis, EIP Register
    • Execution Flow, But where can we jump to?
    • Offset Address, The Query, Finding jmp esp
    • Debug.exe, listdlls.exe, Msvcrt.dll, Out.sql, The payload
    • ESP, Limited Space, Memory Address
    • Getting Windows API/function absolute address
    • Other Addresses, Compile the program, Final Code
    • REVERSE ENGINEERING
    • Positive Applications of Reverse Engineering
    • Ethical Reverse Engineering, World War Case Study
    • DMCA Act, What is Disassembler
    • Why do you need to decompile
    • Professional Disassembler Tools, Decompilers
    • Program Obfuscation
    • Convert Assembly Code to C++ code
    • Machine Decompilers
    • HACKING ROUTERS, CABLE MODEMS AND FIREWALLS
    • Network Devices, Identifying a Router
    • HTTP Configuration Arbitrary Administrative Access Vulnerability, ADMsnmp, Solarwinds MIB Browser
    • Brute-Forcing Login Services, Hydra
    • Analyzing the Router Config
    • Cracking the Enable Password
    • Tool: Cain and Abel, Implications of a Router Attack
    • Types of Router Attacks, Router Attack Topology
    • Denial of Service (DoS) Attacks
    • Packet “Mistreating” Attacks
    • Cisco Router, Eigrp-tool, Tool: Zebra
    • Tool: Yersinia for HSRP, CDP, and other layer 2 attacks
    • Tool: Cisco Torch, Monitoring SMTP (port25) Using SLcheck
    • Monitoring HTTP(port 80) Cable Modem Hacking
    • HACKING MOBILE PHONES, PDA AND HANDHELD DEVICES
    • Different OS in Mobile Phone
    • Different OS Structure in Mobile Phone
    • Evolution of Mobile Threat, What Can A Hacker Do
    • Vulnerabilities in Different Mobile Phones, Malware
    • Spyware, Blackberry, PDA, iPod, Viruses, Antivirus
    • Mobile: Is It a Breach to Enterprise Security
    • Security Tools, Defending Cell Phones and PDAs Against Attack, Mobile Phone Security Tips
    • BLUETOOTH HACKING
    • Bluetooth Introduction, Security Issues in Bluetooth
    • Security Attacks in Bluetooth Devices
    • Bluetooth hacking tools, Bluetooth Viruses and Worms
    • Bluetooth Security tools, Countermeasures
    • VOIP HACKING
    • What is VoIP, VoIP Hacking Step, Footprinting
    • Scanning, Enumeration, Steps to Exploit the Network
    • Covering Tracks
    • SPAMMING
    • Techniques used by Spammers
    • How Spamming is performed
    • Ways of Spamming, Statistics, Worsen ISP: Statistics
    • Top Spam Effected Countries: Statistics
    • Type of Spam Attacks, Spamming Tool
    • Anti-Spam Techniques, Anti- Spamming Tool
    • Countermeasures
    • SESSION 41-50: GOOGLE HACKING
    • What is Google hacking
    • What a hacker can do with vulnerable site
    • Anonymity with Caches, Using Google as a Proxy Server
    • Traversal Techniques, Extension Walking, Site Operator
    • Locating Public Exploit Sites
    • Locating Vulnerable Targets
    • Directory Listings, Web Server Software Error Messages
    • Application Software Error Messages, Default Pages
    • Searching for Passwords
    • HACKING EMAIL ACCOUNTS
    • Ways of Getting Email Account Information
    • Vulnerabilities
    • Email Hacking Tools, Securing Email Accounts
    • CRYPTOGRAPHY
    • Public-key Cryptography, Working of Encryption
    • Digital Signature, RSA (Rivest Shamir Adleman)
    • RC4, RC5, RC6, Blowfish, Algorithms and Security
    • Brute-Force Attack, RSA Attacks
    • Message Digest Functions
    • SHA (Secure Hash Algorithm) SSL (Secure Sockets Layer)
    • What is SSH, Government Access to Keys (GAK) RSA Challenge, Distributed.net, Code Breaking: Methodologies
    • Cryptography Attacks, Disk Encryption, Magic Lantern
    • WEPCrack, Cracking S/MIME Encryption Using Idle CPU Time
    • RFID HACKING
    • Components of RFID Systems, RFID Collision, RFID Risks
    • HACKING USB DEVICES
    • Electrical, Software, USB Attack on Windows
    • Viruses & Worm
    • Hacking Tools, USB Security Tools, Countermeasures
    • HACKING DATABASE SERVERS
    • Hacking Oracle Database Server & SQL Server
    • Security Tools
    • SQL Server Security Best Practices: Administrator and Developer Checklists
    • INTERNET CONTENT FILTERING TECHNIQUES
    • Introduction to Internet Filter
    • Key Features of Internet Filters
    • Pros & Cons of Internet Filters
    • Internet Content Filtering Tool
    • Internet Safety Guidelines for Children
    • SESSION 51-60: PRIVACY ON THE INTERNET
    • Internet, Proxy, Spyware, Email privacy, Cookies
    • Examining Information in Cookies
    • How Internet Cookies Work
    • How Google Stores Personal Information
    • Google Privacy Policy, Web Browsers, Web Bugs
    • Downloading Freeware, Internet Relay Chat
    • Pros and Cons of Internet Relay Chat
    • Electronic Commerce
    • Internet Privacy Tools: Anonymizers, Firewall Tools
    • Best Practices, Counter measures
    • SECURING LAPTOP COMPUTERS
    • Statistics for Stolen & Recovered Laptops
    • Statistics on Security
    • Percentage of Organization Following the Security Measures, Laptop threats, Laptop Theft
    • Fingerprint Reader
    • Protecting Laptops Through Face Recognition
    • Bluetooth in Laptops
    • Securing from Physical Laptop Thefts
    • Hardware Security for Laptops
    • Protecting the Sensitive Data
    • Preventing Laptop Communications from Wireless Threats, Security Tips
    • Protecting the Stolen Laptops from Being Used
    • CREATING SECURITY POLICIES
    • Security policies, Key Elements of Security Policy
    • Defining the Purpose and Goals of Security Policy
    • Role of Security Policy, Classification of Security Policy
    • Design of Security Policy, Contents of Security Policy
    • Configurations & Implementing Security Policies
    • Types of Security Policies, Policy Statements
    • Basic Document Set of Information Security Policies
    • E-mail, Software Security & Software License Policy
    • Points to Remember While Writing a Security Policy
    • SOFTWARE PIRACY AND WAREZ
    • Process of Software Activation, Piracy
    • Software Copy Protection Backgrounders
    • Warez, Tools
    • HACKING WEB BROWSERS
    • How Web Browsers Work
    • How Web Browsers Access HTML Documents
    • Protocols for an URL, Hacking Firefox, Firefox Security
    • Hacking Internet Explorer, Internet Explorer Security
    • Hacking Opera, Security Features of Opera
    • Hacking & Securing Safari, Hacking & Securing Netscape
    • PROXY SERVER TECHNOLOGIES
    • Working of Proxy Server, Types of Proxy Server
    • Socks Proxy, Free Proxy Servers
    • Use of Proxies for Attack, How Does MultiProxy Work
    • TOR Proxy Chaining Software, AnalogX Proxy, NetProxy
    • Proxy+, ProxySwitcher Lite, Tool: JAP, Proxomitron
    • SSL Proxy Tool, How to Run SSL Proxy
    • DATA LOSS PREVENTION
    • Causes of Data Loss, How to Prevent Data Loss
    • Impact Assessment for Data Loss Prevention, Tools
    • COMPUTER FORENSICS AND INCIDENT HANDLING
    • Computer Forensics, What is Computer Forensics
    • Need for Computer Forensics
    • Objectives of Computer Forensics
    • Stages of Forensic Investigation in Tracking Cyber Criminals
    • Key Steps in Forensic Investigations
    • List of Computer Forensics Tools, Incident Handling
    • Incident Management
    • Why don’t Organizations Report Computer Crimes
    • Estimating Cost of an Incident
    • Whom to Report an Incident, Incident Reporting
    • Vulnerability Resources, CSIRT: Goals and Strategy
    • FIREWALL TECHNOLOGIES
    • Hardware and Software Firewalls
    • Windows & Mac OS X Firewalls
    • SESSION 1-20: MINOR PROJECT