Websites and web applications are—by their very nature—accessible remotely, which puts them at high risk of cyber attack. Knowing how to prevent and detect web attacks is a critical skill for developers and information security professionals alike.
stackskills-The Complete Ethical Hacking Course:Go from Beginner to Advanced Sequel for2016/17
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If you want to get started as an ethical hacker, learn how network security professionals protect their systems, or take your IT career to the next level you are going to LOVE this course! This course is a sequel to The Complete Ethical Hacking Course: Beginner to Advanced! which over 50,000 students have taken, and was at one point the most popular ethical hacking course in the world.
Learn ethical hacking with Kali in your own lab, scan targets with Nmap and exploit victims with metasploit!
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It is crucial to maintain a network secure enough to prevent sophisticated attacks, especially if you are part of an enterprise organization. Some of the more dangerous threats to your systems are Trojans and backdoors, which get into computers and compromise the integrity of the system. Data leaks, dissemination, and destruction are just some of the unfortunate outcomes caused by such attacks. Join cybersecurity expert Lisa Bock in this course as she explains how to identify vulnerabilities in your system, and how to then take countermeasures to prevent unwanted access. Lisa explains how hackers can use a Trojan to penetrate a network and lists the methods and tools that they use. She follows up by sharing how you can perform ethical hacking of your own system to detect areas of susceptibility, so you can address the flaws and defend against attacks. She also discusses rootkits, SSDP amplification attacks, ICMP, and more. Note: Learning about ethical hacking for Trojans and backdoors is part of the Malware competency from the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) body of knowledge.
Mobile devices are used for our most sensitive transactions, including email, banking, and social media. But they have a unique set of vulnerabilities, which hackers are all too willing to exploit. Security professionals need to know how to close the gaps and protect devices, data, and users from attacks.