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Unlock Your Inner Hacker with our Ethical Hacking Course and Internship Program!

Our expert instructors will teach you the latest techniques and tools used by ethical hackers to identify vulnerabilities in systems and protect against cyber threats.

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Discover the Art of Ethical Hacking and Defend Against Cyber Threats!

CIS offers a comprehensive 3-month ethical hacking course, followed by a 3-month internship program with hands-on guidance.

With our program, you’ll gain the skills and experience necessary to launch a career in the exciting field of cybersecurity. Join us today and unlock your inner hacker!


OVERVIEW OF What Should Be Covered

Module 1

White hat hacking and penetration testing are other names for ethical hacking. An approved effort to obtain unauthorized access to a computer system or data constitutes ethical hacking. Ethical hacking is used to strengthen the system and network security by addressing vulnerabilities discovered during testing.

The best practices, standards, and recommendations for managing cyber security risks are described in sets of papers called cyber security frameworks. The frameworks are in place to lessen the likelihood that hackers and other cybercriminals would exploit the faults and vulnerabilities of a company.

A Linux-based system is a modular operating system that is similar to Unix and derives a large portion of its fundamental architecture from Unix concepts that were pioneered in the 1970s and 1980s. Linux gives users complete control over the operating system. Because Linux is an open-source operating system, users are free to alter its source code—including the source code of applications—to suit their own needs. Linux enables the user to just install the selected program (no bloatware).

Reconnaissance, a more comprehensive approach, includes footprinting. The information-gathering phase of ethical hacking is known as reconnaissance, during which you acquire information about the intended system. Anything from network architecture to employee contact information might be included in this data. Reconnaissance is to locate as many potential assault vectors as is practical.

A free and open-source tool for network discovery and security auditing is called Nmap (short for “Network Mapper”). It is helpful for duties like managing service update schedules, network inventory, and host or service uptime, according to several systems and network managers. To identify which hosts are present on the network, what services (application name and version) those hosts are offering, what operating systems (and OS versions) they are running, what kinds of packet filters/firewalls are in use, and dozens of other characteristics, Nmap employs novel techniques that use raw IP packets

Utilizing a software program known as a network sniffer to monitor or sniff the data moving over computer network lines in real-time is known as network sniffing. This software tool might be a standalone application or a hardware component with the necessary firmware or software.

Exploiting weaknesses in electronic systems with the goal of getting unauthorized access to them is known as system hacking. Hackers enter electronic systems using a number of strategies, including phishing, social engineering, and password guessing.

A wide variety of malevolent behaviors carried out via human interactions are referred to as social engineering. It utilizes psychological trickery to persuade people to breach security or divulge private information.

Module 2

Understanding a suspicious file’s or URL’s behavior and intent is the process of malware analysis. The analysis’s result assists in identifying and reducing the possible hazard.

A DOS attack, also known as a denial-of-service attack, is when a computer takes down a victim’s computer by flooding it with traffic. Dos attacks are internet attacks that are used to render a website inaccessible to its users. By delivering a lot of bandwidth to a website’s server, this assault makes it difficult for it to function.

Through the evaluation and interpretation of logs produced by networks, operating systems, applications, servers, and other hardware and software components, log analysis is a process that offers visibility into the performance and health of IT infrastructure and application stacks.

A hardware or software program known as an intrusion detection system (IDS) monitors the network and/or system activity for malicious activity or policy breaches and generates reports for a management station. Some systems might make an effort to thwart an intrusion attempt, but a monitoring system is not obligated to or expected to do so.

Web servers serve as the home for websites. A web server is a machine that runs an operating system and is connected to a database that houses multiple applications. An assault on the web server will result from any weakness in the network, operating system, database, or applications.

A cyberattack known as SQL injection (SQLi) involves injecting malicious SQL code into an application, which gives the attacker access to view or edit databases. Injection attacks, which include SQL injections, were the third-most severe online application security risk in 2021, according to the Open Web Application Security Project.

A wireless network is a collection of two or more devices that are connected to one another using radio waves inside a constrained area. In a wireless network, devices are free to move about while still connecting to the network and exchanging data with other network members. One of the most important reasons they are so widespread is that they are much faster and cheaper to build than wire networks.

Exploiting a network or computer system weakness is known as hacking. Hacking is the deliberate modification of computer programmes using hacking tools. There might be a variety of reasons for this. IoT hacking tools, however, are programmes or pieces of software that aid in hacking

Delivering hosted services through the internet is referred to as “cloud computing” in general. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Software as a Service are the three primary categories or kinds of cloud computing under which these services fall (SaaS).

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