Cyber Security – Gateway to Ethical Hacking certification

Cyber Security - Gateway to Ethical Hacking certification

Cyber Security

What is cybersecurity?

Cybersecurity is an effective tool to protect your system, program, infrastructure, and network from any digital threat or cyber-attack. Cyber-attacks are dangerous, they can leak the sensitive information of your company, confidential documents, and business secrets. 

 

Cybersecurity is very helpful in protecting personal data and confidential information. It builds such firewalls and protective shields that stop attackers to enter into the company operating system. It provides different layers of protection to keep the data secure and sound. 

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Gateway to ethical hacking certification

Well, there are two types of hackers’ i.e. White hat hackers and black hat hackers. White hat hackers are basically involved in ethical hacking. Basically, the hack into the computer to provide the security or asses and evaluate the security.

Bad hat hackers as the name suggests are bad guys involved in hacking the computers. They using their hacking skills into unlawful and illegal manners. They basically steal other personal data and confidential information.

Cybersecurity provides the gateway to ethical hacking. In other words, by opting for cybersecurity you are authorized to do ethical hacking. This means you can assist people in opting for the best security networks or advise them on how to opt for different security measures.

How cybersecurity is used?

Cybersecurity is used in different ways to protect the information of the user. Following are some of the ways:

1. Network security: It is the basic type of cybersecurity. It protects the originations network traffic by keeping check and balance on incoming and outgoing connections. It prevents cyber attackers to enter the organization’s network.
2. Data loss prevention: IT helps to prevent the data loss by monitoring, classifying and protecting the information or data.
3. Cloud security: it protects the data used for applications and cloud-based services.
4. Antivirus: Antivirus helps to detect threats by scanning computers. In modern systems, the antivirus can detect the unknown threat based on the behavior
5. Identification and access management: It uses authentication services such as fingerprint, face recognition, etc. to track and limits employee access to provide security to company premises by preventing outsiders.

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Fees for cybersecurity/ethical hacking certification

There are various institutes offering differing courses regarding cybersecurity or ethical hacking certification. Every institute has own eligibility criteria to opt for the program such as computer science or 50% marks. The average per student is around $500

Common Types of Cyber Threats

1. Phishing: Phishing is a way of stealing confidential data such as credit cards, passwords, and login information by sending email through a reputable source.
2. Ransomware: It is the malicious software that is used to extort money by blocking the excess to computers or files until the payment of ransom. However, paying ransom doesn’t guarantee the recovery of the files.
3. Malware: It is a type of software that is used to get access to any computer or laptop to cause damage.
4. Social engineering: it is the tactic used to solicit money by hacking any personal data. It can be mixed with any of the above threat

Best Cyber Security Course Training in Bangalore

DLithe provides a technology platform for people who want to learn about future technology. This course is equipped with classroom training and offer hands-on experience during the training.

Eligibility:

Students, Professionals who like to pursue a career in Cyber Security can opt for it.

Course Objectives:

The Cyber Security certification course with DLithe offers hands-on training covering basics, trends, various types of attacks, malware, ethical hacking, OWASP, Cryptography, Cloud and Security scenarios. The aspirants can learn and implement ethical hacking.

The certificate procured by the DLithe Cyber Security course has lifetime validity. DLithe also helps you with sourcing your profile on Cyber Security, Security Testing related openings in product & service-based companies.

Chapter 1:

Introduction to Information Security
  • What is information security
  • Understanding security

Defining security

  • Current Security Trend
  • Elements of information Security
    • Confidentiality
    • Availability
    • Integrity
    • Authenticity
    • Non Repudiation

Challenges of Securing Information

  • Today’s security attacks
  • Difficulty in defending against attacks

Various laws governing information security

  • Health insurance portability and accountability act 1996 (HIPAA)
  • Sarbanes Oxley Act 2002 (SOX)
  • Gramm Leach Bliley Act 1999 (GLB)
  • Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS)

Chapter 2:

Hacking Introduction

What is Hacking

  • Defining Hacking
  • Hacking Concepts

Types of hackers

  • Black Hat
  • White Hat
  • Grey Hat
  • Script Kiddies
  • Hacktivists
  • Cyber Terrorist
  • State Sponsored

Defining Ethical Hacking

  • Scope of Ethical Hacking
  • security audits
  • vulnerabilities assessment

Types of Pen Testing

  • Black Box Pen Testing
  • White Box Pen Testing
  • Grey Box Pen Testing

Chapter 3:

Introduction to Kali Linux
  • Introduction to Linux File System and Command Line
  • Installing Kali Linux
  • Configure Network Connection
  • Administering Kali Linux
  • Updating and upgrading kali Linux

Chapter 4:

Different Phases of Hacking

Foot Printing / Reconnaissance

  • Information Discovery
    • Google hacking/Google Dorks
    • DNS Information Gathering
    • Is Information gathering
    • Email Tracking
    • Net craft
    • FOCA
    • Recon-ng

Scanning

  • Theharvester
  • Wayback machine
  • Spokeo
    • Checking live host using PING /HPING
    • Checking Open Ports Using NMAP Tool
    • Checking Vulnerable Services Running

Gaining Access

  • Using Various Methods Of Password Cracking
    • Dictionary Attack
    • Brute Force Attack
    • Rainbow Table Attack
    • Hybrid Attack

Maintaining Access

  • Introduction to MALWARES
  • Types Of MALWARES
    • VIRUS
    • TROJAN
    • WORMS
    • ROOT KITS
    • SPYWARE
    • RANSOMEWARE
    • KEYLOGGERS
    • BOTS
    • ADWARES
    • HOAX

Covering Tracks

  • Removing Logs
  • Corrupting O.S
  • Removing Auditing Logs

Chapter 5:

Application and Network Based Attacks

Network Based Attacks

  • Denial Of Service
  • Interceptions
  • Poisoning
    • ARP Poisoning
    • DNS Cache Poisoning

Chapter 7:

Cryptography

Cryptography concepts

  • Defining Cryptography
  • Objectives of Cryptography
  • Types Of Cryptography
    • Symmetric Encryption
    • Asymmetric Encryption
  • Hash Calculator
  • MD5Sum Calculator
  • Advanced Encryption Package
  • BCText Encoder

Public Key Infrastructure

  • Defining PKI
  • Components of PKI
    • Certificate Management System
    • Digital Certificates
    • Validation Authority
    • Certificate Authority
    • End user
    • Registration Authority

Cryptography Attacks

  • Known Plain Text Attack
  • Known Cipher Text Attack
  • Chosen Plain Text Attack
  • Chosen Cipher Text Attack

Chapter 6:

Introduction to OWASP TOP 10

Defining OWASP Top 10

  • Injections :
  • Broken Authentication
  • Sensitive Data Exposure
  • XML External Entities (XXE)
  • Broken Access Control
  • Security Misconfiguration
  • Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
  • Security Deserialization
  • Using Components with Known Vulnerabilities
  • Insufficient Logging and Monitoring

Chapter 8:

Cloud Computing

Introduction to Cloud Computing

  • Characteristics of Cloud Computing
  • Types of Cloud Computing
    • Infrastructure as a service (IaaS)
    • Platform as a service (PaaS)
    • Software as a service (SaaS)
    • Cloud Deployment Models
    • Private Cloud
    • Community Cloud
    • Hybrid Cloud
    • Public Cloud
  • NIST Cloud Computing Reference Architecture

Cloud Computing Attacks

  • Service Hijacking using Social Engineering
  • Session Hijacking Using XSS
  • Domain Name System (DNS) Attacks
  • SQL injections
  • DOS and DDOS Attack

Chapter 9:

Introduction to IDS/IPS/Firewall/Honey Pots

Introduction to IDS/IPS

  • Working of IDS /IPS
  • Types of IDS/IPS
  • Difference Between NIDS ,NIPS ,HIDS ,HIPS

Introduction to Firewall

  • Working of Firewall
  • Types Of Firewall

Introduction To Honey Pots

  • Working of Honey Pots
  • Types of Honey pots
    • Wire shark
    • Beef
    • Burp Suite
    • Metasploit Framework
    • AirCrack-Ng

Chapter 10:

Providing Hands On

System Hacking (Windows & Linux)

  • Using Tools Like NMAP ,METASPLOIT FRAMEWORK
  • Extracting Password From SAM Folder
  • Using Rainbow Table To Decode the Password

Obtaining Passwords BY Sniffing Using MAN-IN-THE-MIDDLE ATTACK (MITM)

  • Demonstrating How To Spoof MAC Address
  • Demonstrating How To Spoof IP Address

Hacking Web Servers and Web Application (OWASP TOP 10)

Providing Hands on Various Tools :

  • Nmap
  • Wire shark
  • Beef
  • SET
  • Theharvester
  • Recon-ng
  • FOCA
  • Burp Suite
  • Metasploit Framework
  • Sql map (Sql Injections)
  • Mitmf(Man in the Middle Frame Work)

System Requirements:

We encourage you to bring your own device so that all the work done stays with you.

Laptop with 4GB/8GB RAM, with sufficient storage

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