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    • Video
      Cyber Security Guide For Absolute Beginners
      • Basic Introduction to Cyber security & Information Security
        • A Warm Welcome To This Course 01:54 Preview
        • What is Cyber Security 00:48
        • Difference Between Cyber Security & Information Security 01:55 Preview
        • The Three Principles Of Cyber Security 04:39
        • Computer Protocols Part-1 04:00
        • Computer Protocols Part-2 02:16
        • WHAT IS SSL, TLS, HTTPS & SSH 04:24
        • Heartbleed Vulnerability 04:29
        • Web Browsers In Security 03:21
        • Safe & FREE extensions For Browser Security Part-1 05:00
        • Safe & FREE extensions For Browser Security Part-2 03:20
      • Some Basics About A Hacker
        • Top 5 Hollywood Movies- You must watch if you love hacking 04:15
        • What is Hacking ? What is a Hacker ? 02:49
        • Most Famous Hackers Preview
        • Types Of Hackers 03:52
        • WHOIS Query 04:05
        • Social Engineering 04:24
      • Attacks From Hackers
        • Phishing 04:56 Preview
        • Brute Force Attack (BFA) 03:05
        • DOS & DDOS Attack 04:17
        • Botnets 02:47
        • Man-In-The-Middle-Attack (MITM) 03:01
        • IP Spoofing 02:18
        • URL Spoofing 01:49
        • SQL Injections 01:51
        • LDAP Injections 02:51
      • Malware
        • What is Malware ? 00:42
        • Viruses v/s Worms 02:47
        • Trojans 03:21
        • Ransomware 03:32
        • Spyware 01:48
        • Rootkits 01:48
      • Digital Wallets
        • Introduction ( BARTER SYSTEM ) 02:33 Preview
        • Digital Wallets 04:29
      • Defenses
        • Antivirus 03:34
        • Firewall 02:03
        • Encryption 03:44
        • 2FA ( 2 FACTOR AUTHENTICATION ) 02:30
        • Honey Pots & DMZs 02:23
      • Email & Security
        • Email & Security Introduction 00:50
        • Email V/S Snail Mail 01:59
        • Process of Sending an email (TECHNICAL ASPECT) 02:00
        • Security Threats for Email 03:02
        • Defense against It 02:31
      • Extras & Gifts For You Beautiful Students
        • Busting Some Cyber Security Myths 04:39
        • 5 Highest-Paid Cyber Security Jobs Preview
        • My Favorite Tools For Hacking Preview
    • Video
      How to Prevent DDoS Attacks: A Course for Beginners!
      • Introduction
        • Introduction 02:25 Preview
        • Course Outline 04:12 Preview
        • Closed (Private) Facebook Group
      • Definitions
      • TCP/IP Model: Physical&Data Link (Network Access) Layer
        • TCP/IP Model: Physical&Data Link (Network Access) Layer 02:08 Preview
      • TCP/IP Model: Internet (Network) Layer
        • Internet (Network) Layer Overview 00:20
        • Internet (Network) Layer Attack Vector #1 04:59
        • Internet (Network) Layer Attack Vector #2 06:06
      • TCP/IP Model: Transport Layer
        • TCP/IP Model: Transport Layer Overview 01:41
      • TCP/IP Model Transport Layer: TCP
        • TCP/IP Model Transport Layer: TCP Attack Vector #1 03:25
        • TCP Attack Vector #1: Response Challenges 13:13
        • TCP Attack Vector #2 04:01
        • TCP Attack Vector #3 04:56
        • TCP Attack Vector #4 03:39
        • TCP Attack Vector #5 02:05
      • TCP/IP Model Transport Layer: UDP
        • UDP Attack Vector #1 05:18
      • TCP/IP Model: Application Layer
        • TCP/IP Model: Application Layer Overview 01:14
      • TCP/IP Model Application Layer: Web
        • Web Attack Vector #1 06:48
        • Web Attack Vector #1 Response Challenges 05:41
        • Web Attack Vector #2 05:27
      • TCP/IP Model Application Layer: DNS
        • DNS Attack Vector #1 07:35
        • DNS Attack Vector #2 03:56
      • TCP/IP Model Application Layer: Remaining Protocols
        • Remaining Protocols Attack Vector #1-4 02:59
        • Remaining Protocols Attack Vector #5 02:12
      • Protection&Mitigation
        • Protection&Mitigation Overview 01:00
        • Proper Firewall Configuration 02:04
        • Rate Controls 03:55
        • Proper Load Balancer and Router Configuration 02:31
      • Protection with CDNs
        • What is CDN? 03:45
        • Does CDN protect you against DDoS? 06:13
        • Important Things to Consider choosing a CDN Solution 02:00
      • Conclusion
        • Conclusion 01:08
    • Video
      Android Malware Analysis - From Zero to Hero
      • Introduction
        • Introduction 02:50 Preview
        • Why Android 01:31
      • Android Security Architecture
        • Android Platform 01:24 Preview
        • Android Security Architecture 01:54
        • Android Security Features 01:46
        • Google Security Features 01:14
      • Mobile App Anatomy
        • Android Application Anatomy 02:52
        • APK File Structure 02:11
        • DEX File 01:18
      • Mobile Malware Types
        • Mobile Malware Types 06:58
      • Setup Your Lab
        • Attack Tools Explained 01:00
        • Setup Your Kali Lab 01:50
      • Acquire Malicious Apps
        • Malware Distribution Mechanism 03:38 Preview
        • Acquire Malicious Mobile Apps 04:36
        • Create a Malicious Mobile App 03:09
        • Extract a Mobile App From a Phone 01:52
      • Malware Analysis Types
        • Static vs Dynamic Malware Analysis 05:06
      • Reverse Engineer a Mobile App
        • Unzip vs Decode 01:12
        • Decode and Decompile Android Apps 02:57
      • Perform Static Malware Analysis
        • Keyword Search Techniques 01:44 Preview
        • Dangerous Permissions 01:01
        • Analysis of a Spyware APK 03:41
        • Analysis of a Stalkware APK 12:58
        • Analysis of a Trojan APK 07:43
      • Perform Malware Injection
        • Inject Whatsapp Application with Malware 04:10
        • Inject a Legit APK and Analyze It 05:25
      • Perform Dynamic Malware Analysis
        • Download and Setup an Emulator 03:48
        • Dynamic Analysis 03:49
        • SSL Interception 04:09
    • Video
      The Complete Python Hacking Course: Beginner to Advanced!
      • Introduction and Setup
        • Welcome to Python for ethical hacking! 05:16 Preview
        • VirtualBox installation 11:38
        • Kali Linux installation 17:05
        • Adding Guest Additions 15:06
        • Python in Kali terminal 13:31
      • Port and Vulnerability Scanning
        • Coding a simple port scanner 15:30 Preview
        • Adding raw_input to our port scanner 09:21 Preview
        • Scanning the first 1,000 ports 04:46
        • Coding an advanced port scanner part 1 13:12
        • Coding an advanced port scanner part 2 08:48
        • Finishing and testing our scanner 08:55
        • Configuring IP address and installing Metasploitable 08:13
        • Returning banner from open port 14:45
        • Coding a vulnerability scanner part 1 11:55
        • Coding a vulnerability scanner part 2 07:19
      • SSH and FTP Attacks
        • Automating SSH login part 1 09:54 Preview
        • Automating SSH login part 2 09:20
        • Testing our SSH login program 08:34
        • Coding a SSH brute-forcer 10:37
        • Executing commands on target after brute-forcing SSH 10:09
        • Anonymous FTP login attack 09:53
        • Username & password list attack on FTP 17:32
      • Password Cracking
        • SHA256, SHA512, MD5 08:36 Preview
        • Cracking SHA1 hash with online dictionary 16:40
        • Getting password from MD5 hash 13:22
        • Cracking crypt passwords with salt 24:02
      • Sniffers, Flooders and Spoofers
        • Changing MAC address manually 08:33 Preview
        • Coding MAC address changer 16:56
        • Theory behind ARP spoofing 04:42
        • Crafting malicious ARP packet 19:26
        • Coding ARP spoofer 13:31
        • Forwarding packets and restoring ARP tables 08:04
        • Spoofing our IP address and sending message with TCP payload 12:00
        • Running SynFlooder with changed source IP address 11:20
        • Getting source and destination MAC address from received packets 24:45
        • Sniffing FTP username and password part 1 08:09
        • Sniffing FTP username and password part 2 12:09
        • Getting passwords from HTTP websites 14:01
      • Coding DNS Spoofer
        • Cloning any webpage 10:36
        • Printing DNS queries 09:57
        • Redirecting response to cloned page 16:44
        • Setting IP table rules and running DNS spoofer 10:35
      • Network Analysis
        • Analyzing Ethernet header 16:07
        • Analyzing IP header part 1 10:24
        • Analyzing IP header part 2 25:34
        • Analyzing TCP header 15:13
        • Analyzing UDP header 13:20
      • Multi-functioning Reverse Shell
        • Theory behind socket programming 07:20
        • Wine and Pyinstaller installation 07:41
        • Setting up listener 08:17
        • Establishing connection between target and server 06:31
        • Implementing send & receive functions 11:28
        • Executing commands on target system 11:43
        • Importing JSON library to parse data 08:19
        • Converting Python backdoor to .exe 08:14
        • Using OS library to change directory 09:58
        • Downloading & uploading files to target PC 19:07
        • Hiding our backdoor and creating persistence 13:49
        • Trying to connect to server every 20 seconds 07:52
        • Downloading files to target PC 11:49
        • Capturing screenshot on target PC 23:04
        • Administrator privilege check 08:14
        • Starting other programs with our shell 10:43
        • Running our shell as an image, audio, PDF 20:05
      • Coding a Keylogger
        • Installing Pynput 06:19
        • Printing space character 08:48
        • Calling timer on our keylogger 09:56
        • Adding keylogger to our backdoor 12:58
      • Command and Control Center
        • What is a threaded server? 05:05
        • Accepting connections with a thread 13:11
        • Managing multiple sessions 08:39
        • Testing threaded server with Windows 10 target 09:04
        • Fixing Q command 11:11
        • Coding exit function 13:50
        • Attacking multiple targets and gathering botnet 16:26
      • Website Penetration Testing
        • Stealing saved wireless passwords 21:55
        • Saving passwords to a file 03:02
        • Bruteforcing Gmail 10:13
        • Bruteforcing any login page part 1 12:59
        • Bruteforcing any login page part 2 10:07
        • Finding hidden directories part 1 05:10
        • Finding hidden directories part 2 06:36
        • Discovering subdomains 11:31
        • Changing HTTP headers 13:55
        • Starting basic and digest authentication bruteforcer 10:23
        • Controlling threads 08:34
        • Coding run function 10:06
        • Printing usage and testing our program 12:33
        • Taking a look at ransomware 08:19
    • Video
      Computer Networks Security from Scratch to Advanced
      • Introduction to Computer Networks
        • Introduction 09:57 Preview
        • What is a Computer Network? 10:29 Preview
        • Computer Networks Topologies 11:06
        • Computer Networks Categories 09:47
        • Computer Networks Devices and Services 10:38
        • Computer Networks Transmission Media 09:19
      • ISO/OSI Model (7 Layers)
        • Why ISO/OSI Model? 09:56 Preview
        • Application, Presentation, and Session Layers 11:50
        • Transport and Network Layers 10:46
        • Data Link and Physical Layers 08:32
        • ISO/OSI Model in Action 10:04
      • TCP/IP Protocol Suite
        • Introduction to Computer Networks Protocols 10:41 Preview
        • IP Protocol 12:53 Preview
        • TCP and UDP Protocols 12:28
        • Application Protocols 11:36
        • TCP/IP Characteristics and Tools 10:39
      • Wireless Networks
        • Wireless Networks Benefits 09:19 Preview
        • Wireless Networks Types 12:14
        • Wireless Networks Protocol (Wi-Fi) 06:47
        • Wireless Networks Devices 10:28
        • Wireless Networks Drawbacks 09:23
      • Computer Networks Security
        • Security Goals 08:53
        • Securing the Network Design 10:07
        • TCP/IP Security and Tools 11:50
        • Port Scanning and Tools 11:15
        • Sniffing and Tools 10:18
      • Firewalls and Honeypots
        • Why Using a Firewall? 12:49
        • Firewalls Rules 10:31
        • Firewalls Filtering 08:33
        • Honeypots 06:42
        • Bypassing Firewalls 08:00
      • Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems (IDS/IPS)
        • What is Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS)? 11:16
        • Network IDS (NIDS) 06:08
        • NIDS Challenges 08:55
        • Snort as NIDS 08:20
        • Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS) 07:21
      • Wireless Networks Security
        • Wired Equivalent Privacy WEP Attacking 10:40
        • WPA and AES Protocols 08:31
        • Wireless Security Misconceptions 08:39
        • Wireless Attacks and Mitigation 09:08
        • Secure Network Design with Wireless 08:41
      • Physical Security and Incident Handling
        • Physical Security Objectives 10:45 Preview
        • Physical Threats and Mitigation 10:50
        • Defense in Depth (DiD) 07:18
        • What is an Incident? 05:40
        • Incident Handling 13:50
      • Computer Networks Security Conclusion
        • Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability (CIA) 06:10
        • Assets, Threats and Vulnerabilities 04:10
        • Risks and Network Intrusion 05:36
        • Common Attacks 08:46
        • Security Recommendations 06:18
    • Video
      Digital Forensics for Pentesters - Hands-on Learning
      • Course Overview
        • Course Overview and Welcome video 05:46 Preview
      • Building Your Forensics Lab Environment Using VirtualBox
        • Video - Downloading ISO and OVA Files for VirtualBox 08:04 Preview
        • Video and lab - Create a Virtual Install of CSI Linux 2021.1 11:44 Preview
        • Video and Lab - Create a Kali Live (Forensic Mode) VM Using VirtualBox 05:33 Preview
        • Video and lab - Create a Virtual Install Kali Image Using VirtualBox 11:10 Preview
        • Video and Lab - Create Virtual Install of Windows 10 Using VirtualBox 08:17
        • Video and Lab – Create a Virtual Install of Metasploitable2 Using VirtualBox 10:01
      • Using Kali Forensic Mode and Autopsy
        • Video and Lab -Getting Started with Autopsy 09:49
        • Video and Lab - Simulate Creating a Disk Image for a Forensic Analysis 10:40
        • Video and Lab - Examining a forensic Disk Image Using Autopsy 12:16
      • Digital Forensics Case Management
        • Video and Lab - Installing the WebMap-Nmap Dashboard 11:55
      • Open-source intelligence (OSINT)
        • Video and Lab - Conducting OSINT Using CSI Linux Investigator 08:23
        • Video and Lab - Find Social Media Accounts Using Sherlock 06:56
      • Computer Forensics
        • Video - Attaching an External USB Device in Kali 07:03
        • Video and lab - Memory Forensics Using the Volatility Framework 18:46
        • Video and Lab – Acquiring a Forensic Copy of the Windows Registry 15:07
        • Video and Lab – Analyzing the Windows Registry for Evidence 14:02
        • Video and Lab - Dumping Wi-Fi Credentials Using netsh 04:30
        • Video and Lab - Email Header Analysis 16:50
      • Using Shodan to Search for Vulnerable devices
        • Video and Lab - Preparing CSI Investigator to Use Shodan 05:03
        • Video and Lab - Using Shodan to Find Vulnerable Devices 15:33
        • Video and lab - Using Shodan to Search for Vulnerable Databases 08:07
      • Stenography
        • Video and Lab - Using Steghide for Hiding and Extracting Data 11:13
        • Video and Lab - Using the EXIFtool to Read and Write EXIF Tags 09:50
      • Network forensics Using Wireshark
        • Video - Overview of Wireshark 3.2 10:37
        • Video - Wireshark Capture Options 07:21
        • Video - Wireshark Toolbar Icons 03:32
        • Video and Lab - Installing a Wireless Adapter in Kali 09:06
        • Video and Lab - Hacking a Wireless Network Using Kali Linux 14:12
        • Video - Capturing Wireless Traffic Using Wireshark 05:07
        • Video and Lab - Capturing a 3-way TCP Handshake Using Wireshark 04:53
      • Practice What You earned
        • Video and Lab - CTF Lab Build for HA: Forensics 11:17
        • Video and lab - Capture flag #1 11:53
        • Video and lab - Capture flag #2 10:02
        • Video and lab - Capture flag #3 19:36
        • Video and lab - Capture flag #4 08:31
    • Video
      Reverse Engineering 2: Windows GUI Programs
      • Introduction
        • Intro to Reverse Engineering Windows GUI Programs 03:20 Preview
      • Introduction to windows gui programs
        • Introduction to windows gui programs 04:01 Preview
      • Analyzing PE files
        • Analyzing PE Files Header 03:42 Preview
      • Setting Up x64dbg
        • Setting Up x64dbg 01:35
      • Setting Breakpoints On Strings
        • How to set breakpoints on strings 08:31
      • Windows API Functions
        • Analyzing Windows API Functions 06:58 Preview
      • Pushing Parameters To The Stack
        • Pushing Parameters To The Stack 06:49
      • Bypassing Messages
        • Bypassing Messages 11:33
      • Bypassing By Using XOR Assembly Instructions
        • Bypassing By Using XOR Assembly Instructions 10:14
      • Setting Breakpoints On Intermodular Calls
        • Setting Breakpoints On Intermodular Calls 06:51
      • Setting Breakpoints From The Call Stack
        • Setting Breakpoints From The Call Stack 03:59 Preview
      • Registration File Checks
        • Registration File Checks 01:44
      • Analyzing Crackme 2
        • Analyzing Crackme 2 03:59
      • Registration Checks
        • Registration Checks 08:35
      • Software Registration
        • Software Registration 04:53
      • Removing Nag Screens
        • Removing Nag Screens 02:26
      • Analyzing Crackme 3
        • Analyzing Crackme 3 05:02
      • Removing Nag Screen 1
      • Removing Nag Screen 2
        • Removing Nag Screen 2 05:39
      • Setting Registration Status
        • Setting Registration Status 06:33
      • Intro To Trial Period Software
        • Intro To Trial Period Software 02:55
      • Analyzing Trial Periods
        • Analyzing Trial Periods 01:58
      • Extending Trial Periods
        • Extending Trial Periods 06:19
      • Auto-Generated Serial Keys
        • Auto-Generated Serial Keys 02:34
      • Auto-Generated Serial Keys 2
        • Auto-Generated Serial Keys 2 12:50
      • Practical Exercise: TDC crackme
        • TDC: Removing Nag Screen 04:02
        • TDC: Removing Nag Screen 2 03:06
        • TDC: Registering Software And Setting New Status 07:41
      • Patching EAX Register Values
        • Patching EAX Register Values 02:13
        • Patching EAX Register Values 2 10:57
      • Hardware Breakpoints
        • Hardware Breakpoints 02:52
        • Hardware Breakpoints And Memory Patching 18:39
      • Memory Patching
        • Downloading Crackme 9 And Doing Analysis 03:07
        • Direct Memory Patching 09:09
      • xAnalyzer
        • Installing And Configuring xAnalyzer 07:24
        • Configuring xAnalyzer and Using It 04:48
      • Serial Phising
        • Intro To Serial Phishing 02:30
        • Analyzing the CreateFile API Function 08:19
        • Serial Phishing 15:41
      • Resources For Further Study
        • Where Do We Go From Here 01:48
    • Video
      Linux Security and Hardening, The Practical Security Guide
      • Course Overview
        • Course Overview 01:25 Preview
        • Course Downloads
      • General Security
        • Section Overview – General Security 01:09 Preview
        • Is Linux Secure? 02:26 Preview
        • What Makes Linux Secure? 08:18
        • Security Guidelines and Principles 07:41
        • Section Summary 01:36
      • Physical Security
        • Section Overview – Physical Security 00:58 Preview
        • Physical Security Concepts 07:41
        • Single User Mode Security 06:45
        • Single User Mode and Blank Passwords 03:13
        • Securing the Boot Loader 07:01
        • Disk Encryption 05:34
        • Encrypting a New Device, Part I 08:38
        • Encrypting a New Device, Part II 04:17
        • Encrypting an Existing Device 00:52
        • Disabling Control Alt Delete 01:44
        • Section Summary – Physical Security 00:42
      • Account Security
        • Section Overview – Account Security 00:45 Preview
        • Intro to PAM 05:13
        • PAM Configuration Example 04:04
        • Password Security 07:58
        • Account Security Demo #1 (UID 0) 03:11
        • Controlling Account Access 05:06
        • Security by Account Type 06:01
        • Account Security Demo #2 02:44
        • Account Security Demo #3 (Sudo) 04:43
      • Network Security
        • Section Overview – Network Security 00:35 Preview
        • Network Security, Part I 07:54
        • Network Security, Part II 06:20
        • Securing SSHD, Part I 07:52
        • Securing SSHD, Part II 03:15
        • Linux Firewall Fundamentals 07:36
        • Configuring the Firewall from the Command Line 04:03
        • Firewall Rule Specifications 04:43
        • Example Firewall Rules 03:59
        • Linux Firewall Demonstration 09:47
        • TCP Wrappers, Part I 07:02
        • TCP Wrappers, Part II 04:02
      • File System Security
        • Section Overview – File System Security 01:02 Preview
        • File and Directory Permissions, Intro 00:32
        • File and Directory Permissions, Part I 11:14
        • File and Directory Permissions, Part II 09:28
        • Special Modes, Part I 07:56
        • Special Modes, Part II 03:04
        • File Attributes 06:05
        • File Attributes Demo 02:48
        • ACLs 09:25
        • ACLs Demo 06:13
        • Rootkits 08:33
        • Rootkit Hunter Demonstration 07:12
      • Additional Security Resources
        • Additional Security Resources 04:52
        • Linux Hardening Guides
        • Linux Security Email Lists
        • Security Meetups List
        • Security Conference Videos
    • Video
      COMPLETE- AWS Security Certification
      • Introduction to AWS
        • Exploring Amazon Web Services 07:22 Preview
        • Creating an AWS account 07:03
      • AWS CLI: Command Line Interface
        • AWS CLI: Installation and Configuring with IAM user credentials 08:38
        • AWS CLI: Command Reference 05:41 Preview
      • AWS Certification Exam
        • Introduction to AWS Certification 14:21 Preview
        • Cloud Practitioner 11:37
        • Security Speciality 10:16 Preview
      • Amazon Artifact
        • Artifact 08:00
        • Artifact- PRACTICAL 01:52
      • Certificate Manager
        • Certificate Manager 09:04
        • Certificate Manager- PRACTICAL 04:31
        • Security Speciality 10:16
      • CloudHSM
        • CloudHSM 07:06
        • CloudHSM- PRACTICAL 01:19
      • Directory Service
        • Directory Service 08:58
        • Directory Service- PRACTICAL 03:30
      • GuardDuty
        • GuardDuty 08:48
        • GuardDuty- PRACTICAL 00:58
      • Inspector
        • Inspector 06:12
        • Inspector- PRACTICAL 01:34
      • Secrets Manager
        • Secrets Manager 05:07
        • Secrets Manager- PRACTICAL 03:41
      • Single Sign-On
        • Single Sign-On 06:22
        • Single Sign-On- PRACTICAL 02:53
      • WAF and Shield
        • WAF and Shield 08:11
        • WAF and Shield- PRACTICAL 04:01
    • eBook
      Computer Security Tutorial
    • eBook
      Fundamental of Cyber Security
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