In this course, we will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the latest trends, theories, and practical skills needed to succeed in the world of cyber security in 2023. Eventually, you will begin to learn about organizations and resources to further research cyber security issues in the Modern era. We will start by introducing you to the basic concepts and terminologies used in ethical hacking, cyber security and warfare, providing you with a foundation for understanding the more advanced topics that we will cover later in the course.
Next, we will delve into the world of cyber operations and show you how these operations are organized and executed. We will discuss how powerful nations are developing cyber capabilities and how this is changing the landscape of warfare.
As we move deeper, we will cover a range of advanced topics, including myths of anonymity, recent ransomware attacks, advanced persistent threats which includes advanced malwares. You will also learn about the operational mistakes that nation state hackers have made while conducting sophisticated attacks, and how organizations can defend against these attacks.
Throughout this Ethical Hacking course, we will use simulation-based approaches to help you understand the complex concepts that we are covering. We will show you a practical attack that demonstrates how threat actors conduct cyber espionage operations in the real world.
This course covers concepts of Ethical Hacking, Information Security, Red Team, Blue Team, Anonymity, Penetration Testing, Network Security, CompTIA Security+, CEH, Information Security, SOC (Security Operations Center).
Basic concepts and terminologies in Ethical Hacking, Red Teaming, Cyber Security and warfare: In this, we will introduce you to the key terms and concepts that are used in the field of cyber security and cyber warfare. This will provide you with a foundation for understanding the more advanced topics that we will cover later in the course.
How cyber crimes are organised and executed: In this, we will discuss how cyber criminals organize and execute their attacks.
The role of powerful nations in developing their cyber capabilities: We will discuss how powerful nations are investing in their cyber capabilities and how this is changing the landscape of warfare. We will cover topics such as the development of cyber weapons, intelligence gathering, and the use of cyber attacks in military operations.
Myths of anonymity: In this , we will discuss the common myths and misconceptions surrounding anonymity in the digital world, topic such as tracking users through browser fingerprinting.
Recent ransomware attacks: In this, we will also cover recent ransomware attacks and would uncover the in-depth working of these gangs and motivations behind their attacks .
Advanced persistent threats, including nation state hackers and their operational mistakes: In this , we will discuss the concept of advanced persistent threat (APT) and how they differ from other forms of cyber attacks. We will also cover the operational mistakes that hackers have made while conducting sophisticated attacks.
How organizations defend themselves against sophisticated attacks: In this section, we will discuss the strategies and technologies that organizations can use to defend themselves against sophisticated cyber attacks. This will include topics such as intrusion detection and prevention systems, firewalls, and other forms of network security products that you could use to boost your Knowledge in Ethical Hacking and Cyber Security .
Malware analysis: we will discuss the methods and tools used to analyze malware, including how to identify its characteristics, behaviour, and potential impact.
Phishing attacks: we will create custom templates that are designed to bypass 2FA using reverse proxy solutions. This will involve crafting the pretext as well as templates in such a way that they appear legitimate and convince the victim to enter their 2FA credentials.
Active directory attacks: we will cover various techniques that attackers can use to compromise active directory systems using command and control for conducting post exploitations, including kerberoasting, silver ticket, golden ticket, data exfiltration, and bypassing network defense.
Network exploitation: we will discuss how attackers can exploit vulnerabilities in network systems to gain unauthorized access and control. This will include topics such as lateral movement and pivoting into internal networks.
We will also discuss techniques for bypassing User Account Control (UAC) restrictions.
Persistence on secured networks: we will cover how attackers can establish persistent access to a secured network, even after initial entry has been detected and blocked.
These core topics provide a comprehensive overview of the world of cyber warfare and will equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to defend against sophisticated cyber attacks. By the end of this course, you will have a deep understanding of core concepts in Ethical Hacking, Cyber Security, Red team, Blue team, SOC Operations, Malware Analysis, Adversary Simulation, Bypassing Antivirus products, Penetration Testing, Web Application hacking to be better prepared to navigate the complex and rapidly-evolving world of cyber security.