Ethical Hacking CEHv10 | Become hacker (Zero to Hero)

Become Master in Ethicla Hacking

Instructed by saurabh Kumar

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  • Cyber security
  • Complete CEH v10
  • Ethical hacking
  • Hacking

This Course has 95 Lessons to cover complete training with theory as well as practical demonstrations. It covers syllabus of CEH v10 Certified Ethical Hacker version 10. Course has been design in a way so that any beginners level to advance level of people in cyber security can easily understand and can be benefited. Tutor is having more than 10 yrs Experience of providing training world wide.

Part 1: CEH Introduction

Part 2: Getting Ready with Windows PC for CEH

Part 3: Installing and Updating Kali Linux

Part 4: Hacking, Hacker Types and Ethics

Part 5: Hacking Vocabulary

Part 6: Information Security

Part 7: Attack Types and Vector

Part 8: 5 Phases of Hacking

Part 9: Foot Printing and Reconnaissance

Part 10: Google Hacking

Part 11: Website Reconnaissance

Part 12: Metagoofil Metadata

Part 13: Email Recon Footprint

Part 14: whois, nslookup tool for Recon

Part 15: Scanning Network

Part 16: Port Discovery

Part 17: Stealth Idle Scan

Part 18: OS & Application Fingerprint

Part 19: Vulnerability Scanning

Part 20: Windows Vulnerability

Part 21: Network Mapping Tool

Part 22: Proxy Server

Part 23: Public Proxy Server

Part 24: Enumeration Concept

Part 25: NetBIOS Enumeration

Part 26: SNMP Enumeration

Part 27: LDAP Enumeration

Part 28: SMTP Enumeration

Part 29: System Hacking Overview

Part 30: Windows Password Break

Part 31: Password Cracking Overview

Part 32: Password Cracking Telnet/HTTP/FTP

Part 33: Rainbow crack Lab Setup

Part 34: Rainbow Crack Demonstration

Part 35: Password Reset Hacking

Part 36: DHCP Starvation Attack

Part 37: Malicious Exe Script

Part 38: Spyware

Part 39: NTFS Alt Data Streams Exploits

Part 40: Steganography with Open puff

Part 41: Steganography with snow

Part 42: Covering track after hack

Part 43: Malware Overview

Part 44: Trojan Overview and Execute

Part 45: Creating Trojan

Part 46: Virus Overview

Part 47: Creating Virus

Part 48: Detecting Malware

Part 49: Malware Analysis

Part 50: Hash file verification

Part 51: Sniffing Overview

Part 52: CAM Table overflow, Port Security

Part 53: DHCP Snooping

Part 54: Dynamic ARP Inspection

Part 55: Social Engineering

Part 56: Denial of Service Attack

Part 57: Session Hijack

Part 58: Hack Web Server

Part 59: Buffer Overflow Attack

Part 60: Shell Shock Attack

Part 61: OWASP Broken Web Application Project

Part 62: SQL Introduction

Part 63: SQL Injection

Part 64: Web App Vulnerabilities Word press

Part 65: Wireless Hacking

Part 66: Using an Android VM

Part 67: Malware for Mobile

Part 68: Mobile Device Risk and Best practices

Part 69: Firewall Evasion

Part 70: Firewall ACL Example

Part 71: NAT and PAT Fundamentals

Part 72: IDS IPS Evasion

Part 73: Honeypot

Part 74: Cloud Computing

Part 75: CIA

Part 76: Policies

Part 77: Quantifying Risk

Part 78: Separation of Duties

Part 79: Symmetrical Encryption Concept

Part 80: Asymmetrical Encryption Concept

Part 81: Control Types

Part 82: Multifactor Authentication

Part 83: Centralized identity Management

Part 84: Kerberos and Single sign on

Part 85: Backup and Media Management

Part 86: Operation Security Control

Part 87: Physical Security Controls

Part 88: Incident Response

Part 89: VPNs

Part 90: Disaster Recovery Planning

Part 91: Pen Testing Tips

Part 92: Useful Tools

Part 93: Case Study

Part 94: IOT

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Section 1 : Video Tutorial

  • Lecture 1 :
  • Lecture 2 :
  • Part 1: CEH Introduction
  • Lecture 3 :
  • Part 2: Getting Ready with Windows pc for CEH
  • Lecture 4 :
  • Part 3: Installing and Updating Kali Linux
  • Lecture 5 :
  • Part 4: Hacking, Hacker Types and Ethics
  • Lecture 6 :
  • Part 5: Hacking Vocabulary
  • Lecture 7 :
  • Part 6: Information Security
  • Lecture 8 :
  • Part 7: Attack Types and Vector
  • Lecture 9 :
  • Part 8: 5 Phases of Hacking
  • Lecture 10 :
  • Part 9: Foot Printing and Reconnaissance
  • Lecture 11 :
  • Part 10: Google Hacking
  • Lecture 12 :
  • Part 11: Website Reconnaissance
  • Lecture 13 :
  • Part 12: Metagoofil Metadata
  • Lecture 14 :
  • Part 13: Email Recon Footprint
  • Lecture 15 :
  • Part 14: whois, nslookup tool for Recon
  • Lecture 16 :
  • Part 15: Scanning Network
  • Lecture 17 :
  • Part 16: Port Discovery
  • Lecture 18 :
  • Part 17: Stealth Idle Scan
  • Lecture 19 :
  • Part 18: OS & Application Fingerprint
  • Lecture 20 :
  • Part 19: Vulnerability Scanning
  • Lecture 21 :
  • Part 20: Windows Vulnerability
  • Lecture 22 :
  • Part 21: Network Mapping Tool
  • Lecture 23 :
  • Part 22: Proxy Server
  • Lecture 24 :
  • Part 23: Public Proxy Server
  • Lecture 25 :
  • Part 24: Enumeration Concept
  • Lecture 26 :
  • Part 25: NetBIOS Enumeration
  • Lecture 27 :
  • Part 26: SNMP Enumeration
  • Lecture 28 :
  • Part 27: LDAP Enumeration
  • Lecture 29 :
  • Part 28: SMTP Enumeration
  • Lecture 30 :
  • Part 29: System Hacking Overview
  • Lecture 31 :
  • Part 30: Windows Password Break
  • Lecture 32 :
  • Part 31: Password Cracking Overview
  • Lecture 33 :
  • Part 32: Password Cracking Telnet/HTTP/FTP
  • Lecture 34 :
  • Part 33: Rainbow crack Lab Setup
  • Lecture 35 :
  • Part 34: Rainbow Crack Demonstration
  • Lecture 36 :
  • Part 35: Password Reset Hacking
  • Lecture 37 :
  • Part 36: DHCP Starvation Attack
  • Lecture 38 :
  • Part 37: Malicious Exe Script
  • Lecture 39 :
  • Part 38: Spyware
  • Lecture 40 :
  • Part 39: NTFS Alt Data Streams Exploits
  • Lecture 41 :
  • Part 40: Steganography with Open puff
  • Lecture 42 :
  • Part 41: Steganography with snow
  • Lecture 43 :
  • Part 42: Covering track after hack
  • Lecture 44 :
  • Part 43: Malware Overview
  • Lecture 45 :
  • Part 44: Trojan Overview and Execute
  • Lecture 46 :
  • Part 45: Creating Trojan
  • Lecture 47 :
  • Part 46: Virus Overview
  • Lecture 48 :
  • Part 47: Creating Virus
  • Lecture 49 :
  • Part 48: Detecting Malware
  • Lecture 50 :
  • Part 49: Malware Analysis
  • Lecture 51 :
  • Part 50: Hash file verification
  • Lecture 52 :
  • Part 51: Sniffing Overview
  • Lecture 53 :
  • Part 52: CAM Table overflow, Port Security
  • Lecture 54 :
  • Part 53: DHCP Snooping
  • Lecture 55 :
  • Part 54: Dynamic ARP Inspection
  • Lecture 56 :
  • Part 55: Social Engineering
  • Lecture 57 :
  • Part 56: Denial of Service Attack
  • Lecture 58 :
  • Part 57: Session Hijack
  • Lecture 59 :
  • Part 58: Hack Web Server
  • Lecture 60 :
  • Part 59: Buffer Overflow Attack
  • Lecture 61 :
  • Part 60: Shell Shock Attack
  • Lecture 62 :
  • Part 61: OWASP Broken Web Application Project
  • Lecture 63 :
  • Part 62: SQL Introduction
  • Lecture 64 :
  • Part 63: SQL Injection
  • Lecture 65 :
  • Part 64: Web App Vulnerabilities Word press
  • Lecture 66 :
  • Part 65: Wireless Hacking
  • Lecture 67 :
  • Part 66: Using an Android VM
  • Lecture 68 :
  • Part 67: Malware for Mobile
  • Lecture 69 :
  • Part 68: Mobile Device Risk and Best practices
  • Lecture 70 :
  • Part 69: Firewall Evasion
  • Lecture 71 :
  • Part 70: Firewall ACL Example
  • Lecture 72 :
  • Part 71: NAT and PAT Fundamentals
  • Lecture 73 :
  • Part 72: IDS IPS Evasion
  • Lecture 74 :
  • Part 73: Honeypot
  • Lecture 75 :
  • Part 74: Cloud Computing
  • Lecture 76 :
  • Part 75: CIA
  • Lecture 77 :
  • Part 76: Policies
  • Lecture 78 :
  • Part 77: Quantifying Risk
  • Lecture 79 :
  • Part 78: Separation of Duties
  • Lecture 80 :
  • Part 79: Symmetrical Encryption Concept
  • Lecture 81 :
  • Part 80: Asymmetrical Encryption Concept
  • Lecture 82 :
  • Part 81: Control Types
  • Lecture 83 :
  • Part 82: Multifactor Authentication
  • Lecture 84 :
  • Part 83: Centralized identity Management
  • Lecture 85 :
  • Part 84: Kerberos and Single sign on
  • Lecture 86 :
  • Part 85: Backup and Media Management
  • Lecture 87 :
  • Part 86: Operation Security Control
  • Lecture 88 :
  • Part 87: Physical Security Controls
  • Lecture 89 :
  • Part 88: Incident Response
  • Lecture 90 :
  • Part 89: VPNs
  • Lecture 91 :
  • Part 90: Disaster Recovery Planning
  • Lecture 92 :
  • Part 91: Pen Testing Tips
  • Lecture 93 :
  • Part 92: Useful Tools
  • Lecture 94 :
  • Part 93: Case Study
  • Lecture 95 :
  • Part 94: IOT

saurabh Kumar,

Highly motivated corporate trainer with experience in training small and large groups across diverse industries. Proven success in leveraging educational theories and methodologies to design, develop, and deliver successful training programs and integrate instructional technology to provide onsite and virtual training. Adept at organizing and facilitating management and team building training programs and activities. PROFILE SNAPSHOT: GLOBAL CERTIFICATIONS : - CEH v10 (Exam 312-50) (Certificate number ECC10819622104) MCSE Private Cloud (Exam 70-246, 70-247) (Microsoft Certification ID : 11057165) MCSA Office 365 (Exam 70-346, 70-347) MCSA Server 2012 (Exam 70-411 & 70-412) MS Azure (Exam 70-533) MCP Server 2012 (Exam 70-410) CCNA R & S (Exam 640-802) MCTS Vista (Exam 70-620) SPECIALTIES : - Information Security / Ethical Hacking Wire shark, Penetration testing, Cryptography, Trojan, DOS, DDOS, PF sense, Cyber roam, ASA Firewall, Policies, SSO, foot printing tools, enumerations, System Hacking, Password Cracking, Quantifying risk. Microsoft Server (2008/2008r2/2012/2012r2) and other products Active Directory, DNS, DHCP, IIS, WDS, WSUS, Local Storage, File Server, Group Policy, Hyper-V, Remote Access, Failover Clustering, ADRMS, ADFS, Backup. Windows 7, Windows 8, windows 10, MS Office. Cisco (Routing Switching) RIP, OSPF, EIGRP, ACL, NAT, PAT, VLAN, SSH, Telnet, VTP, STP, RSTP Frame Relay Switching, Wireless. Networking TCP/IP, IPv4, IPv6, Mikrotik Router, Cyber-Roam Firewall. D-link Wireless, Ping Utilities, Antivirus, OSI & TCP/IP models. Cloud Computing Hyper-V, VMware vSphere, ESXI, SCVMM, SCCM, SCOM. EXPERIENCE: - Almost 10 years’ experience, a dynamic professional with exposure in the areas of Microsoft server, Networking, cloud computing and Information Security with strong knowledge of IT industry. Corporate training on CEH, CISSP, Cloud Computing, Server, CCNA, MS office Corporate Training on MCSE 2012, MCSA server 2012, MCITP 2008 in private and government organizations. Designing and Developing Course structure and course contents of IMS (Infrastructure Management services) Handled a Team up to 10 Network Engineers as a Team Leader. Having good skill in customer relationship and have been awarded for it. Excellent training skill for high end corporate training. Completed “Train the Trainer” program from Pearson Company and L1 certified trainer for IT programs. Currently working as Sr. Corporate Trainer cum HOD Infrastructure Management Service at SITM Uganda (East Africa) From Oct 2013.
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