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Best Ethical Hacking Course In Ahmedabad

Ethical hacking involves an authorized attempt to gain unauthorized access to a computer system, application, or data. Carrying out an ethical hack involves duplicating strategies and actions of malicious attackers. This practice helps to identify security vulnerabilities which can then be resolved before a malicious attacker has the opportunity to exploit them.

Course Duration

2 Month (30 Hours)


Bachelors in any Discipline
- Expectations And Goals -

Envisioning Success

  • Understanding the mindset of cybercriminals: Ethical hacking involves using the same techniques and tools that cybercriminals use to breach networks and systems. Pursuing a course in ethical hacking can help you understand the mindset of cybercriminals and how they operate.
  • 2. Developing cybersecurity skills:Ethical hacking involves identifying vulnerabilities in networks and systems and exploiting them for testing purposes. Pursuing a course in ethical hacking can help you develop valuable cybersecurity skills such as vulnerability assessment, penetration testing, and incident response.
  • Career advancement:With the increasing importance of cybersecurity, there is a high demand for skilled ethical hackers. Pursuing a course in ethical hacking can help you acquire the necessary skills and knowledge to advance your career in this field.
  • Protecting organizations from cyber threats:Ethical hacking involves identifying vulnerabilities in networks and systems and providing recommendations to mitigate them. Pursuing a course in ethical hacking can help you contribute to the protection of organizations from cyber threats.
  • Contributing to the ethical hacking community:Pursuing a course in ethical hacking can help you become part of the ethical hacking community and share your knowledge and experience with other members.

Overall, pursuing a course in ethical hacking can help you acquire valuable skills, enhance your career prospects, and make a positive impact on organizations by protecting them from cyber threats.

- Course Benefits

Unleashing the Power of Ethical Hacking

  • Improved Career Opportunities
  • Professional Credibility
  • Increased Earning Potential
  • Expanded Knowledge and Skills
  • Networking Opportunities
  • Improved Organizational Security
- Job Opportunity

Explore Opportunities in Ethical Hacking

  • Penetration Tester
  • Security Consultant
  • Cybersecurity Analyst
  • Ethical Hacker
  • Security Engineer
  • Incident Response Manager
  • Network Security Analyst
  • Security Auditor
  • Risk Management Specialist
  • Information Security Officer
- Course Syllabus -

Mastering the Art of Ethical Hacking

- Module 1

Introduction to Hacker's World

(1.1): Hacker's Interest Area
− What is Hacking
− What is Ethical Hacking
− Need of Hacking
− Scope of Ethical Hacking
− Types of Hacking
− Effects of Hacking
− Essential Terminologies
− Who is a Hacker
− Classes of Hackers
− Phases of Hacking
(1.2): TCP/IP Fundamentals
− Networking Introduction
− OSI Model
− TCP/IP Working
− Router & Switches
(1.3): System Fundamentals
− Introduction with Operating System
− Basics and Advanced Level System based knowledge
− Hardware & Software
− Installation & Configuration
(1.4): Basics of Linux
− Introduction to Linux
− History of Linux
− Why Linux
− Installation & Configuration
− Basic and Advanced Commands
− Tools of Hacking for Linux
(1.5): 100% Anonymity - Being Anonymous on Internet
− Introduction with Proxies
− Proxy Servers
− Different Methods used for being Anonymous
− Proxies Websites
− Manual Configuration
− SSH Putty
(1.6): Scanning, Fingerprinting, and Information Gathering
− Scanning Introduction
− Port Scanning
− Different Tools used for port Scanning
− Network Scanning
− Different Tools used for Network Scanning
− Sniffers
− Fingerprinting
− Information Gathering using Tools
− Information Gathering via Internet
(1.7): Virus, Worms and Trojans v what are Virus
− Different Virus
− Impact and Properties of Virus
− What are Worms
− Different Worms
− Impact and Properties of Worms
− What are Trojans
− Different Trojans
− Impact and Properties of Trojans
− Creation of Trojan
− What are Spyware and Adware
(1.8): Malware Analysis
− What are Malwares
− Different Malwares
− Facts of Malwares
− Malware Analysis
− Static & Dynamic Analysis
− Tools used for Analysis
(1.9): Botnets and DDOS
− What are Bots
− What are Botnets
− How to Develop a Bot
− Real World Case Study of Bots and Botnets
− What is DDOS
− DDOS Attack
− How to Prevent DDOS Attack
− Tools used for DDOS Attack
(1.10): Cryptography, Steganography Introduction with
− Cryptography Encryption Decryption
− Various Others Methods of Encryption
− Tools for Cryptography
- Module 2

Building Proficiency

(2.1): Social Engineering
− What is Social Engineering
− Types of Social Engineering
− Different Laws mention for Social Engineering
− Techniques used for Social Engineering
− Tools used for Social Engineering
− Case Study of Social Engineering
(2.2): Honeypot and Honeynets
− What are Honeypots and Honeynets
− Types of Honeypots
− How to Develop Honeypot
− Deploying Honeypot
− Real world Honeypots
(2.3): Firewall, IDS & IPS
− Introduction with Firewall
− Types of Firewalls
− Firewall Configuration
− Firewall Planning and Designing
− Introduction with IDS
− Types of IDS
− IDS Configuration
− Introduction of IPS
− Types of IPS
− IPS Configuration
(2.4): Network Scanning & vulnerabilities
− Scanning Network
− Types of Network Scan
− Tools used for Network Scanning
− Searching for network-based Vulnerabilities
− Hacking Network
− Network Security
− Different Security Policies for Network Security
(2.5): OWASP (Top Ten Web Vulnerabilities)
− What is OWASP
− What are Vulnerabilities
(2.6): OWASP Top Ten Mobile Application Vulnerabilities
− Improper Platform Usage
− Insecure Data Storage
− Insecure Communication
− Insecure Authentication
− Insufficient Cryptography
− Insecure Authorization
− Client Code Quality
− Code Tampering
− Reverse Engineering
− Extraneous Functionality
(2.7): Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VA/PT)
− Social Engineering
− Vulnerability Assessment
− Penetration Testing
− Post Testing
− Reporting
(2.8): VA/PT Tools
− Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner
− Netsparker
− Burp-Suite
− Nessus
− Waf
(2.9): Kali Linux (Hackers Operating System)
− Introduction with Kali Linux Operating System
− Tools used in Kali Linux
- Module 3

Professional Forensics Expert

(3.1): Hacking Incidents
− Introduction with Hacking Attacks
− Recent Case Studies
− Famous Case Studies
(3.2): Incident Handling
− Crime Scene
− Seizing Incident Scene
− Guidelines
− How and what to
(3.3): Cyber Forensics & Mobile Forensics
− Introduction with Forensics
− Security Threats and Vulnerabilities
− ACPO Guidelines
− Different File Systems
− Forensics Process and Approach
− Mobile Phone Forensics
− Tools used for Cyber Forensics
− Tools used for Mobile Forensics
(3.4): Basic Steps in Forensics Analysis
− Understanding Evidence
− Preparation
− Imaging
− Collection
− Examination
− Analysis
− Reporting
(3.5): Forensics Documentation
− Preparing Case
− Checklist
− Questioning
- Module 4

Professional IT Security Manager & Auditor

(4.1): Information Security Management
− Introduction to Information Security Management
− Process - PDCA
− ' Do's and Don'ts
− Guidelines
− Terms & Definitions
(4.2): Data Leakage Protection Tools
(4.3): Security Management Practices and Framework
(4.4): Introduction to SIEM tool
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