Ethical Hacking


Ethical Hacking

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Ethical Hacking is performed by an individual or by a company to identify the security holes for any potential threats on an application, computer and network. An ethical hacker try to identify the security gaps of a company network and all of the possible ways through which an attacker could gain access of your company network, in effort to eliminate any potential threats. There are White Hat and Black Hat hackers, the ethical hackers are considered to be White Hat hackers.


We at APLearnings provide you instructor-led training (ILT), Virtual or Online class training courses that attribute a comprehensive theory lectures, hands-on Lab and many case studies. Our Trainers are well experienced in the product and they have a vast range of knowledge on the product and course. We are flexible to customize the course as per your requirement.

We conduct the Ethical Hacking training as class-room and virtual based at Bangalore, Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi, Pune, Hyderabad, Kolkata, India, Singapore, Dubai (UAE), USA, Sydney, Mellbourn, Australia, London, UK, Qatar and currently we provide other courses training like Steelhead Riverbed, IBM QRadar SIEM, Fortigate Firewalls, Palo Alto Firewalls, Bluecoat Proxy, BIG-IP F5 LTM/GTM/APM/ASM/AFM Networks, Infoblox, Citrix, Imperva, Wireshark, VMWare NSX, Information Security, Ethical Hacking, Penetration Testing, VAPT, Cisco Ironport ESA & WSA. Our trainers are well experienced and advanced security engineers having real world exposure in heterogeneous & complex networking environments and we use the latest techniques in our courses.


Ethical Hacking

3-Day Course

1. Key issues plaguing the information security world, incident
2. Various types of footprinting, footprinting tools
3. Network scanning techniques
4. System hacking methodology, steganography
5. Di_x001F_erent types of Trojans, Trojan analysis
6. Working of viruses, virus analysis, computer worms
7. Packet sni_x001E_ng techniques and how to defend against sniffi_x001E_ng
8. Social Engineering techniques, identify theft
9. DoS/DDoS attack techniques, botnets
10. Session hijacking techniques
11. Di_x001F_erent types of webserver attacks
12. SQL injection attacks and injection detection tools
13. Firewall, IDS and honeypot evasion techniques
14. Di_x001F_erent types of cryptography ciphers
15. Various types of penetration testing