CEH(Certified Ethical Hacker)
Certified Ethical Hacking Certification
A Certified Ethical Hacker is a skilled professional who understands and knows how to look for weaknesses and vulnerabilities in target systems and uses the same knowledge and tools as a malicious hacker, but in a lawful and legitimate manner to assess the security posture of a target system(s). The CEH credential certifies individuals in the specific network security discipline of Ethical Hacking from a vendor-neutral perspective.
The purpose of the CEH credential is to:
- Establish and govern minimum standards for credentialing professional information security specialists in ethical hacking measures.
- Inform the public that credentialed individuals meet or exceed the minimum standards.
CERTIFIED ETHICAL HACKER TRAINING PROGRAM
Most Advanced Hacking Course
The Certified Ethical Hacker program is the pinnacle of the most desired information security training program any information security professional will ever want to be in. To master the hacking technologies, you will need to become one, but an ethical one! The accredited course provides the advanced hacking tools and techniques used by hackers and information security professionals alike to break into an organization. As we put it, “To beat a hacker, you need to think like a hacker”.
This course will immerse you into the Hacker Mindset so that you will be able to defend against future attacks. The security mindset in any organization must not be limited to the silos of a certain vendor, technologies or pieces of equipment.
This ethical hacking course puts you in the driver’s seat of a hands-on environment with a systematic process. Here, you will be exposed to an entirely different way of achieving optimal information security posture in their organization; by hacking it! You will scan, test, hack and secure your own systems. You will be taught the five phases of ethical hacking and the ways to approach your target and succeed at breaking in every time! The five phases include Reconnaissance, Gaining Access, Enumeration, Maintaining Access, and covering your tracks.
Underground Hacking Tools
The hacking tools and techniques in each of these five phases are provided in detail in an encyclopedic approach to help you identify when an attack has been used against your own targets. Why then is this training called the Certified Ethical Hacker Course? This is because by using the same techniques as the bad guys, you can assess the security posture of an organization with the same approach these malicious hackers use, identify weaknesses and fix the problems before they are identified by the enemy, causing what could potentially be a catastrophic damage to your respective organization.
We live in an age where attacks are all susceptible and come from anyplace at any time and we never know how skilled, well-funded, or persistent the threat will be. Throughout the CEH course, you will be immersed in a hacker’s mindset, evaluating not just logical, but physical security. Exploring every possible point of entry to find the weakest link in an organization. From the end user, the secretary, the CEO, misconfigurations, vulnerable times during migrations even information left in the dumpster.
The Most Comprehensive Ethical Hacking Course in the World
What is New in CEH Version 9 Course
- Focus on New Attack Vectors
- Emphasis on Cloud Computing Technology
- CEHv9 focuses on various threats and hacking attacks to the emerging cloud computing technology
- Covers wide-ranging countermeasures to combat cloud computing attacks
- Provides a detailed pen testing methodology for cloud systems to identify threats in advance
- Emphasis on Mobile Platforms and Tablet Computers
- CEHv9 focuses on the latest hacking attacks targeted to mobile platform and tablet computers and covers countermeasures to secure mobile infrastructure
- Coverage of latest development in mobile and web technologies
- Emphasis on Cloud Computing Technology
- New Vulnerabilities Are Addressed
- Heartbleed CVE-2014-0160
- Heartbleed makes the SSL layer used by millions of websites and thousands of cloud providers vulnerable.
- Detailed coverage and labs in Module 18: Cryptography.
- Shellshock CVE-2014-6271
- Shellshock exposes vulnerability in Bash, the widely-used shell for Unix-based operating systems such as Linux and OS X.
- Detailed coverage and labs in Module 11: Hacking Webservers
- Poodle CVE-2014-3566
- POODLE lets attackers decrypt SSLv3 connections and hijack the cookie session that identifies you to a service, allowing them to control your account without needing your password.
- Case study in Module 18: Cryptography
- Hacking Using Mobile Phones
- CEHv9 focuses on performing hacking (Foot printing, scanning, enumeration, system hacking, sniffing, DDoS attack, etc.) using mobile phones
- Courseware covers latest mobile hacking tools in all the modules
- Coverage of latest Trojan, Virus, Backdoors
- Courseware covers Information Security Controls and Information
- Security Laws and Standards
- Labs on Hacking Mobile Platforms and Cloud Computing
- More than 40 percent new labs are added from Version 8
- More than 1500 new/updated tools
- CEHv9 program focuses on addressing security issues to the latest operating systems like Windows 8.1
- Heartbleed CVE-2014-0160
- It also focuses on addressing the existing threats to operating environments dominated by Windows 7, Windows 8, and other operating systems (backward compatibility)
ECSA(Ec-council Certified Security Analyst)
You are an ethical hacker. In fact, you are a Certified Ethical Hacker. Your last name is Pwned. You dream about enumeration and you can scan networks in your sleep. You have sufficient knowledge and an arsenal of hacking tools and you are also proficient in writing custom hacking code.
Is that enough?
About The Course
The ECSA penetration testing course provides you with a real world hands-on penetration testing experience and is a globally accepted hacking and penetration testing class available that covers the testing of modern infrastructures, operating systems and application environments while teaching the students how to document and write a penetration testing report.
About the Program
- Focuses on pentesting methodology with an emphasis on hands-on learning
- The exam will now have a prerequisite of submitting a pentesting report
- The goal of these changes is to make passing ECSA more difficult; therefore making it a more respected certification
- Security Analysis and Penetration Testing Methodologies
- TCP IP Packet Analysis
- Pre-penetration Testing Steps
- Information Gathering Methodology
- Vulnerability Analysis
- External Network Penetration Testing Methodology
- Internal Network Penetration Testing Methodology
- Firewall Penetration Testing Methodology
- IDS Penetration Testing Methodology
- Web Application Penetration Testing Methodology
- SQL Penetration Testing Methodology
- Database Penetration Testing Methodology
- Wireless Network Penetration Testing Methodology
- Mobile Devices Penetration Testing Methodology
- Cloud Penetration Testing Methodology
- Report Writing and Post Test Actions
LPT(License Penetration Tester)
The EC-Council Licensed Penetration Tester (Master) Credential
You will need to demonstrate a mastery of the skills required to conduct a full blackbox penetration test of a network provided to you by EC-Council on our cyber range, iLabs. You will follow the entire process taught to you through Ethical Hacking and Security Assessment, taking you from reconnaissance, scanning, enumeration, gaining access, maintaining access, then exploiting vulnerabilities that you will have to seek out in a network that only a true professional will be able to break. EC-Council will provide the entire cyber-range through its cloud based cyber range, iLabs. All toolsets are provided to you – you bring the skill.
While the Certified Ethical Hacker course teaches threat agents that can compromise the security posture of an organization, and the EC-Council Security Analyst program provides a repeatable and documentable methodology for deep analysis of an organizations security posture, the Licensed Penetration Tester exam tests the mastery of the skill-sets required to be a true professional penetration tester – Technical Analysis and Report Writing.
To build on the technical skills taught in the Certified Ethical Hacking course, the EC-Council Certified Security Assessment course emphasizes application of a suitable methodology and report writing. The LPT (Master) practical exam thoroughly tests the application of this knowledge and the skills required in an examination that even our reviewers have called “extremely challenging”. There is no course for the LPT (Master) exam. The Licensed Penetration Tester (Master) certification Exam is the final step after the intense training and certification that you would have received in the Certified Ethical Hacker and the EC-Council Certified Security Analyst programs.
Many have described report writing as one of least preferred, yet arguably one of the most critical parts of any penetration testing engagement. While so many cyber security courses are offered globally to cover various subjects in the information security realm, hardly any are dedicated to this very important skill, especially almost since half of all time spent at any penetration testing engagement can revolve around writing and reporting the core findings of the engagement to the client. Explaining a highly technical finding in an elaborate penetration test engagement to someone not technical like the CEO of a company, the senior management or even the board of directors can be very challenging and frustrating at times. Mastery of communication, research and report writing is required to make sense of technically complex topics like specific vulnerabilities and their resulting exploits in a meaningful manner than an organization can use to make educated decisions to improve their own security posture.
Typical of an industry scenario, each participant is given 5 days to conduct a comprehensive penetration test on EC-Council’s cyber range and are then required to submit their complete Pen Test within 30 days from the initial commencement of the 5-day hands on Penetration Test.
LPT (Master) Exam
A real time performance Assessment
The exam environment simulates a complex network of a multi-national organization in real time. This virtual cyber range, much like an actual network, has multiple networks with different militarized and de-militarized zones. Like any organization, the target of evaluation in the LPT (Master) practical exam is segmented into many departments, has various users and groups from information workers, to admins, to executives, various operating systems, patch levels, proprietary as well as open source applications, and security controls.
Candidates will be exposed to the exam environment via EC-Council’s iLabs (cloud based cyber-range) and access codes are provided to candidates at the onset of the exam cycle.
Candidates are required to perform a black-box test of the target organization. Typical of most moderately secured organizations, the candidate will not get direct access to the organization’s internal infrastructure. Candidates need to use a landing zone that simulates a pen tester’s workstation to audit the target organization.
One of the key skill areas of a penetration tester is to successfully carry out all the three phases of a network hack, namely – Reconnaissance phase, where a pen tester gets familiar with the network by observing and scanning, Exploitation phase where the tester, using the intelligence from the previous phase, actually breaks into the network and/or individual machines; and Post-Exploitation phase where data exfiltration, documentation and effect of exploitation is documented and enumerating leading to deeper vulnerabilities that eventually lead to ownership of the core network and key machines controlling the entire organizations computer systems.
Candidates are expected to demonstrate expertise in each of these phases by successfully completing all the challenges thrown their way by the exam. Once done, candidates need to submit a detailed report of their findings, methodology used, corroborative screenshots, scripts, custom exploits, or any other method they have used to penetrate the network. Candidates earn points for each completed challenge depending on the particular challenge’s level of difficulty and the approach used to complete it.
Being an LPT (Master) means that you can find chinks in the armor of defense-in-depth network security models with the help of network pivoting, making exploit codes work in your favor, or by writing Bash, Python, Perl, and Ruby scripts. Your job description demands that you think on your feet, be creative in your approach, and not rely on the conventional techniques. Outsmarting and outmaneuvering the adversary is what sets you apart from the crowd. This five-day exam will test your perseverance and focus by forcing you to outdo yourself with each new challenge.
OSCP(Offensive Security Certified Professional)
What is an Offensive Security Certified Professional?
The Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP) is the companion certification for our Penetration Testing with Kali Linux training course and is the world’s first completely hands-on offensive information security certification. The OSCP challenges the students to prove they have a clear and practical understanding of the penetration testing process and life-cycle through an arduous twenty-four (24) hour certification exam.
An OSCP has demonstrated their ability to be presented with an unknown network, enumerate the targets within their scope, exploit them, and clearly document their results in a penetration test report.
OSCP HOLDERS CAN
- Use multiple information gathering techniques to identify and enumerate targets running various operating systems and services.
- Write basic scripts and tools to aid in the penetration testing process.
- Analyze, correct, modify, cross-compile, and port public exploit code.
- Successfully conduct both remote and client side attacks.
- Identify and exploit XSS, SQL injection, and file inclusion vulnerabilities in web applications.
- Deploy tunneling techniques to bypass firewalls.
- Demonstrate creative problem solving and lateral thinking
OSWP(Offensive Security Wireless Professional)
What is the OSWP Certification?
The Offensive Security Wireless Professional (OSWP) is the only practical wireless attacks certification in the security field today. The OSWP challenges the students to prove they have the practical ability to perform 802.11 wireless audits using open source tools through a hands-on, four-hour certification exam.
The OSWP exam consists of several dedicated wireless networks with various configurations and vulnerabilities. The examinees are tasked with identifying, analyzing, and attacking each of the wireless networks presented to them, with the goal of gaining access to the network encryption keys.
The student must submit the correct encryption codes for all networks, as well as the attack vectors used to obtain them in order to be awarded the OSWP certification.
OSWP HOLDERS CAN
- Conduct wireless information gathering.
- Circumvent wireless network access restrictions.
- Crack various WEP, WPA, and WPA2 implementations.
- Implement transparent man-in-the-middle attacks.
- Demonstrate their ability to perform under pressure.
GPEN(Network Penetration Testing)
The GPEN certification is for security personnel whose job duties involve assessing target networks and systems to find security vulnerabilities. Certification objectives include penetration-testing methodologies, the legal issues surrounding penetration testing and how to properly conduct a penetration test as well as best practice technical and non-technical techniques specific to conduct a penetration test.