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    • Video
      Learn Ethical Hacking : Beginner to Advanced!
      • Introduction and Installation
        • Introduction to the course 04:40 Preview
        • VirtualBox installation 15:36
        • Kali Linux installation 13:54
        • Enabling full-screen 18:16 Preview
      • Basic Linux Commands
        • Basic commands part 1 09:41 Preview
        • Basic commands part 2 21:04
        • Basic commands part 3 12:45
      • Creating a Secure Hacking Environment
        • Changing IP address and wireless adapter setup 04:51 Preview
        • Creating a bootable Kali USB drive 04:54
        • Essential networking terms 10:15
        • Essential hacking terms 17:58
        • Additional Kali tools to install 08:30
        • Changing our MAC address with macchanger 06:24
      • Footprinting
        • Google hacking 13:08
        • Nikto basics 10:55
        • Whois tool 06:39
        • Email harvesting 06:07
        • Shodan 10:24
        • Zone transfer with Dig 07:08
      • Scanning
        • Installing Metasploitable 06:58
        • Nmap part 1 15:32
        • Nmap part 2 11:43
        • Nmap part 3 12:24
        • Zenmap 07:52
        • TCP scans 15:50
        • Nmap bypassing defenses 17:23
        • Nmap scripts part 1 09:28
        • Nmap scripts part 2 13:59
      • Website Penetration Testing
        • Installing OWASP 08:26
        • HTTP request 09:57
        • HTTP response 10:27
        • Burpsuite configuration 12:49
        • Editing packets in Burpsuite 12:20
        • Whatweb and Dirb 10:10
        • Password recovery attack 15:32
        • Burpsuite login bruteforce 11:01
        • Hydra login bruteforce 08:44
        • Session fixation 13:50
        • Injection attacks 05:31
        • Simple command injection 11:04
        • Exploiting command injection vulnerability 07:38
        • Finding blind command injection 13:39
        • SQL basics 10:21
        • Manual SQL injection part 1 13:12
        • Manual SQL injection part 2 20:49
        • SQLmap basics 16:34
        • XML injection 15:54
        • Installing XCAT and preventing injection attacks 05:50
        • Reflected XSS 10:46
        • Stored XSS 11:56
        • Changing HTML code with XSS 07:28
        • XSSer and XSSsniper 13:32
      • Wireless Cracking
        • Wireless attacking theory 10:49
        • Enabling monitor mode 04:39
        • Capturing handshake with airodump 14:35
        • RockYou.txt 13:53
        • Cracking with Aircrack 15:31
        • Cracking with Hashcat 14:55
        • Creating password lists with Crunch 18:20
        • Creating password lists with Cupp 07:10
        • Rainbow tables part 1 16:34
        • Rainbow tables part 2 05:38
        • Installing Fluxion 06:17
        • Finding and cracking hidden networks 08:18
        • Preventing wireless attacks 07:57
      • Man in the Middle Attacks
        • ARP protocol basics 10:28
        • Man in the middle attack theory 07:18
        • Installing MITMf 06:35
        • Manual ARP spoofing 12:47
        • Problems while installing MITMf 06:18
        • HTTP traffic sniffing 08:29
        • DNS spoofing and HTTPS password sniffing 24:18
        • Hooking browsers with BEEF 16:01
        • Screenshotting targets browser 11:00
        • Cloning any webpage 08:53
        • Ettercap basics 06:57
      • System Hacking
        • MSFconsole environment 16:05
        • Metasploit modules explained 12:11
        • Bruteforcing SSH with Metasploit 15:17
        • Attacking Tomcat with Metasploit 08:49
        • Getting Meterpreter with command injection 25:05
        • PHP code injection 05:43
        • 2 Metasploitable exploits 06:56
        • Wine installation 12:01
        • Creating Windows payloads with Msfvenom 10:00
        • Encoders and Hex editor 18:42
        • Windows 10 Meterpreter shell 11:57
        • Meterpreter environment 11:25
        • Windows 10 privilege escalation 11:28
        • Preventing privilege escalation 06:21
        • Post exploitation modules 14:10
        • Getting Meterpreter over Internet with port forwarding 10:39
        • Eternalblue exploit 20:15
        • Persistence module 13:14
        • Hacking over the internet with Ngrok 10:24
        • Android device attack with Venom 09:54
        • The real hacking begins now! 02:25
      • Python Crash Course
        • Variables 13:40
        • Raw input 10:46
        • If-else statements 10:17
        • For loops 06:30
        • While loops 08:23
        • Python lists 08:03
        • Functions 14:33
        • Classes 10:20
        • Importing libraries 06:59
        • Files in Python 11:42
        • Try and except rule 05:11
      • Coding an Advanced Backdoor
        • Theory behind reverse shells 06:47
        • Simple server code 12:40
        • Connection with reverse shell 07:07
        • Sending and receiving messages 10:46
        • Sending messages with while true loop 07:52
        • Executing commands on target system 09:36
        • Fixing backdoor bugs and adding functions 20:08
        • First test using our backdoor 17:59
        • Trying to connect every 20 seconds 12:23
        • Creating persistence part 1 06:09
        • Creating persistence part 2 16:45
        • Changing directory 11:51
        • Uploading and downloading files 22:29
        • Downloading files from the internet 22:42
        • Starting programs using our backdoor 06:44
        • Capturing screenshot on the target PC 18:43
        • Embedding backdoor in an image part 1 13:27
        • Embedding backdoor in an image part 2 08:37
        • Checking for administrator privileges 12:10
        • Adding help option 08:51
      • Creating a Keylogger for the Backdoor
        • Importing Pynput 10:19
        • Simple keylogger 09:55
        • Adding report function 10:32
        • Writing keystrokes to a file 13:59
        • Adding the keylogger to our reverse shell part 1 22:59
        • Adding the keylogger to our reverse shell part 2 07:39
        • Final project test 14:24
      • Basic Authentication Bruteforcer
        • Printing banner 11:19
        • Adding available options 11:12
        • Starting threads for bruteforce 08:23
        • Writing function to run the attack 11:02
        • Bruteforcing router login 09:37
        • Bypassing antivirus with your future programs 13:41
        • Sending malware with spoofed email 15:13
      • BONUS - Building a Career in Cyber Security
        • What will you learn in this section? 02:33
        • Why is ethical hacking a valuable skill? 23:00
        • What is the best ethical hacking certification? 16:31
        • Tips for getting your first job as an ethical hacker 18:23
        • How I started my career as an ethical hacker 14:11
        • How to price your work 10:46
    • Video
      The RedTeam Blueprint - A Unique Guide To Ethical Hacking
      • WELCOME! WHO IS THIS GUY?!
        • Course Introduction 01:15
      • THE 3 TEAMS
        • Module Overview - The 3 Teams 01:27
        • The Red Team 08:48
        • The Blue Team 05:45
        • The Purple Team 07:40
      • PENETRATION TESTING PROCESS
        • Module Overview - Penetration Testing Process 03:39
        • Penetration Testing Methodology 08:11
        • Metrics & Why They Are Important 12:05
        • Routine Assessments Part 1 - What Are Routine Assessments? 04:25
        • Routine Assessments Part 2 - Yearly Assessments 05:28
        • Routine Assessments Part 3 - Quarterly Assessments? 09:17
        • Routine Assessments Part 4- Monthly Assessments? 04:31
        • Routine Assessments Part 5 - Constant Assessments? 08:11
        • Routine Assessments Part 6 - Building an Assessment Plan 07:21
        • Building & Working with an Enterprise Budget 12:15
        • Specialties?! 03:58
        • The CIA Triangle 03:09
      • THE WINDOWS OPERATING SYSTEM
        • Installing & Using VirtualBox for Lab Virtualization 10:41
        • Windows at a Glance 22:20
        • The Windows File System 11:42
        • Windows Logs 10:50
      • WINDOWS INTERNALS
        • Windows Internals - UAC 08:38
        • Windows Internals - Permissions 16:45
        • Windows Internals - Alternate Data Streams 08:44
        • Windows Internals - API Calls 12:35
        • Windows Internals - The SID 06:11
        • Windows Internals - Tokens 07:49
        • Windows Internals - Named Pipes 06:01
        • Windows Internals - PE Files & DLLs 16:08
      • WINDOWS COMMAND LINE
        • Windows Command Line - Accessing the Command Line 04:56
        • Windows Command Line - Navigation 07:04
        • Windows Command Line - Working with Files and Directories 07:31
        • Windows Command Line - Standard I/O/E 09:32
        • Windows Command Line - Managing Windows 12:07
      • THE LINUX OPERATING SYSTEM
        • Where is the GUI?! 03:50
        • The Linux File System 05:39
        • Linux Command Line - Navigation 04:27
        • Linux Command Line - Working with Files and Directories 08:42
        • Linux Command Line - Standard I/O/E Recap 03:48
        • Linux Command Line - Working with Data 13:32
        • Linux Command Line - Working with File Permissions 09:39
        • Linux Command Line - Man Pages 03:39
        • Linux Command Line - Base64 02:56
        • Linux Command Line - Hex 06:26
        • Linux Command Line - Network Connections Recap 03:58
        • Linux Processes 05:49
        • What are INodes? 04:30
        • Working with Open Files 06:38
        • Symbolic Links 05:49
        • The ID's 02:58
        • Linux Pipes 03:19
        • Linux Run Levels 03:49
        • Linux Logs 03:43
      • OPERATING SYSTEM INTERNALS
        • The Kernel 11:10
        • One Ring to Rule Them All 05:40
        • What is a CPU? 02:40
        • The CPU Registers 09:16
        • The CPU Flags 02:08
        • What is Memory & How does it work? 03:35
        • The Stack 05:46
        • The Heap 03:23
        • Extra information on Memory 04:06
        • Debuggers 05:10
        • Taking a look at ASLR 03:22
        • A Quick Word About AntiVirus 05:13
      • ACTIVE DIRECTORY
        • What is Active Directory 05:39
        • Basic Windows Server Configuration 07:01
        • Install AD DS 09:08
        • The AD Tree 09:41
        • OU's and their Permissions 06:31
        • Managing Users and Groups 05:00
        • Adding Machine to the Domain 06:59
        • Setting up Group Policies 11:32
        • Cached Credentials 02:34
      • KERBEROS
        • What is Kerberos? 03:41
        • Kerberos Realms 01:41
        • The Authentication Server 03:32
        • The Ticket Granting Server 06:48
      • DATA MANIPULATION
        • What is Encryption? 03:24
        • Symmetric Encryption 03:39
        • Asymmetric Encryption 05:02
        • RSA Encryption 02:07
        • What is Hashing? 03:06
        • MD5 Hashing 02:34
        • SHA Hashing 04:28
        • What is Encoding? 02:08
        • Base64 Encoding 04:06
        • Hex Encoding 04:24
        • URL Encoding 02:52
        • What is Compression? 03:04
        • Lossless vs Lossy Compression 03:08
        • LZ77 & LZ78 Compression Algorithms 02:03
        • Data Manipulation - Hands On 01:54
      • NETWORKING
        • What is Networking? 08:16
        • The OSI Model 05:20
        • TCP/IP 09:56
        • UDP 02:38
        • The Switch 04:07
        • Routers & Gateways 06:08
        • What is a Protocol? 01:26
        • ICMP 06:00
        • DNS 08:12
        • DHCP 06:03
        • ARP 04:33
        • What is an IDS 03:30
        • What is an IPS 04:45
        • What is HA? 04:35
        • Proxys 03:17
        • The DMZ 02:36
        • Quick Talk on Databases 04:17
      • VPNS
        • What is a VPN? 02:35
        • What is IPSEC? 08:31
        • What is IKE? 06:28
      • FIREWALLS
        • What is a Firewall? 04:02
        • Packet Filtering Firewalls 01:17
        • Stateful Inspecting Firewalls 02:33
        • Web Application Firewalls 02:00
      • CONFIGURING PFSENSE FIREWALLS
        • Installing PFSense 08:06
        • The Firewall UI 09:30
        • Configuring a DMZ 07:17
        • Configuring a VPN 06:38
        • Backup & Logging 04:39
        • PFsense Hands On 02:11
      • PROGRAM THEORY
        • What is a Compiler? 03:50
        • What is a Linker? 04:31
      • PYTHON COURSE
        • Why Python? 03:45
        • Installing Python 03:37
        • Hello World 06:46
        • Variables 07:41
        • Type Casting 04:55
        • Operators 04:41
        • If/Else 13:28
        • Loops 08:38
        • The Dictionary 09:42
        • Lists 10:20
        • Tuples 04:12
        • Modules 06:06
        • Classes 11:37
        • Inheritance 14:30
        • Configuration Files 05:00
        • Logging 06:50
        • Error Handling 06:58
        • Sockets 11:14
        • Threading 07:03
        • Python Hands On 02:32
      • ASSEMBLY COURSE
        • Why Assembly? 01:50
        • Hello World 16:04
        • Variables 06:23
        • Saving States 10:23
        • Arithmetic 20:49
        • Loops 04:50
        • Logic Control 10:36
        • Reading Files 11:42
        • Writing Files 06:28
        • Op Code 06:16
        • Bit Operators 03:37
        • Assembly Hands On 01:25
      • SCOPE IDENTIFICATION
        • Goal & Scope Identification 05:58
        • Stability Considerations 07:10
        • Briefing Stake Holders 02:21
        • Prepping 02:58
        • Scope Identification Hands On 02:07
      • RECONNAISSANCE
        • What is Reconnaissance? 03:49
        • Installing Kali 06:33
        • Passive Recon - Google 09:35
        • Passive Recon - Shodan 05:20
        • Passive Recon - Whois 06:48
        • Passive Recon - Netcraft 07:18
        • Passive Recon - Job Posting 07:27
        • Active Recon - Port Scanning 21:46
        • Active Recon - DNS 08:27
        • Active Recon - Nikto 06:12
        • Active Recon - Dirb 04:41
        • Active Recon - Sparta 08:24
        • Active Recon - Working with NC 13:11
        • Active Recon - Banner Grabbing 07:23
        • Active Recon - Vulnerability Scanners 04:49
        • Active Recon - Browsing 06:20
        • Active Recon - Manual vs Automated 04:04
        • Reconnaissance Hands On 01:33
      • EXPLOITATION
        • Finding Exploits 10:45
        • Misconfigurations 03:47
        • Looking for 0 days 04:18
        • Metasploit - What is Metasploit? 08:18
        • Metasploit - Exploits and Payloads 15:29
        • Metasploit - The Meterpreter 13:51
        • Metasploit - Adding an Exploit to Metasploit 10:12
        • Metasploit - MSFVenom 07:59
        • Metasploit - Hands On 03:00
        • The OWASP Top 10 07:46
        • SQL Injection & SQLMap 30:15
        • XSS 13:25
        • Insecure Direct Object Reference 05:37
        • Local File Inclusion 11:29
        • Remote File Inclusion 08:31
        • The Authenticated Unauthenticated Pages 05:13
        • Broken Authentication and Session Management 07:47
        • Faulty Redirects 03:41
      • POST EXPLOITATION
        • Stabilizing Shells 14:04
        • Breaking Out Of The Jail Shell 08:42
        • What is Persistence? 02:40
        • Windows Persistence 10:18
        • Linux Persistence 10:47
        • What is Privilege Escalation? 04:23
        • OS Version 10:55
        • Common Configuration Issues 12:12
        • File Permissions 15:08
        • MySQL 14:32
        • Sudo 09:37
        • Relative Path Sudo Binary 08:19
        • Unquoted Service Path 14:31
        • Service Misconfigurations 07:46
        • LinuxPrivChecker 07:33
        • Im Root Now What? 02:53
        • Pulling Hashes 09:33
        • Pass The Hash 04:40
        • SSH Keys 05:05
        • Checking Logs 01:58
        • Duel Homed Machines 02:00
        • Network Traffic 07:19
        • ARP Poisoning 07:08
        • Web Servers 02:20
        • Account Directory Attacks 03:53
        • Password Spraying 05:51
        • SSH Tunneling 12:15
        • Pivoting 13:26
      • PASSWORD CRACKING
        • What is Password Cracking? 04:43
        • John The Ripper 05:04
        • Hashcat 06:33
        • Rainbow Tables 05:12
        • Password Cracking Hands On 01:22
      • COVERING YOUR TRACKS
        • Why Cover Your Tracks? 04:24
        • Clearing Windows Logs 03:34
        • Clearing Linux Logs 06:07
        • Quick Talk on Logging 05:01
        • Clearing Command History 08:51
        • Persistent Backdoors 03:27
        • The Clean Up 02:46
        • Covering Your Tracks Hands On 00:49
      • REPORTING
        • The Format 14:15
        • The Audience 04:08
        • Business Risks on Findings 05:40
        • Remediation Options 03:03
        • Working With The Blue Team 02:06
      • ATTACKING ACTIVE DIRECTORY (REALISTIC SCENARIO)
        • Reconnaissance 03:18
        • Exploitation 04:17
        • Post Exploitation 03:41
        • Finding New Access 06:48
        • Moving Up In The World! 04:33
        • Getting Domain Admin 08:05
      • JOB HUNTING
        • The Resume 07:59
        • Professional Email 04:51
        • Certifications 12:25
        • Personal Brand 11:13
        • Searching for the Job 11:40
        • Analyzing the Job Post 22:13
        • Applying for the Job 04:30
        • The Future Company 08:37
        • Salary Requirements 12:16
        • The Interview Process - The Screening Call 08:00
        • The Interview Process - Prepping for the Technical Interviews 09:11
        • The Interview Process - The Technical Screening Interview 10:46
        • The Interview Process - Prepping for the On Site Final Interview 04:31
        • The Interview Process - The Onsite 05:55
        • The Interview Process - The Offer 11:10
        • Congratulations! 00:21
    • Video
      Ethical Hacking & Penetration Testing for Web Apps
      • Complete Ethical Hacking & Penetration Testing
        • Quick Overview of the Course 06:28 Preview
        • Install WAMP, the Apache, PHP and MySQL stack for hosting the demo web server 04:22 Preview
        • Install Mutillidae II, a free, open source, deliberately vulnerable web-app 05:50 Preview
        • Install Burp Suite - An integrated platform for security testing of web Sites 07:38
        • Troubleshooting Burp : Cannot load HTTPS Websites 02:01
        • SQL Injection - Hacking Techniques and Defenses 09:43 Preview
        • OS Command Injection - Hacking Techniques and Defenses 07:25
        • JSON Injection Attack using Reflected XSS Technique and Defense Measures 11:39
        • Cookie Manipulation Attack and Defense Tips 11:08
        • Username Enumeration Attack - Part 1 07:06
        • Username Enumeration Attack and Defense Tips - Part 2 07:06
        • Brute Force Attack Technique and Defenses 11:48
        • Cross Site Scripting (Reflected XXS using HTML Context) 08:14
        • Cross Site Scripting (Reflected XSS using JavaScript) 10:39
        • Storage Cross Site Scripting Attack - XSS Defenses 11:02
        • Insecure Direct Object Reference - IDOR and Defense using File Tokens 08:05
        • Insecure Direct Object Reference - IDOR and Defense using URL Tokens 05:03
        • Directory Browsing / Traversal Threat Demonstration 05:32
        • XXE - XML External Entity Attack Demonstration 05:55
        • User Agent Manipulation or Spoofing Attack 08:02
        • Security miss-configuration Attack Defenses (DIR Browsing, XXE, User Agent) 04:34
        • Sensitive Data Exposure Vulnerability (via HTML/CSS/JS Comments) 04:29
        • Hidden / Secret URL Vulnerability and Defenses 10:17
        • HTML 5 Web Storage Vulnerability and Defenses 08:43
        • Role Based Access Vulnerability and Defense 05:07
        • CSRF - Cross Site Request Forgery Attack - Part 1 08:37
        • CSRF - Cross Site Request Forgery Attack & Defenses - Part 2 04:21
        • Entropy Analysis for CSRF Token 11:34
        • CVSS - Common Vulnerability Scoring System 05:57
        • Unvalidated URL Redirect Attack and Prevention code sample 07:35
      • SOURCE CODE ATTACHED
        • SOURCE CODE ATTACHED
    • Video
      Ethical Hacking / Penetration Testing & Bug Bounty Hunting
      • Course Introduction
        • Course Introduction 04:07 Preview
        • Disclaimer 01:02
      • OWASP Top 10
        • What is OWASP and Injection 09:55 Preview
        • What is Broken Authentication 02:57 Preview
        • What is Senstive Data Exposure 05:34 Preview
        • What is XML External Entities 02:43
        • What is Broken Access Control 04:11
        • What is Security Misconfiguration 02:24 Preview
        • What is Cross Site Scripting (XSS) 03:52
        • What is Insecure Deserialization 02:07
        • What is Using Components with Known Vulnerabilities 02:11
        • What is Insufficient Logging and Monitoring 03:03
      • Burp Suite and Lab Setup
        • Burp Suite Proxy Lab Setup 17:11
        • Burpsuite Pro Setup Guide
      • Authentication Bypass
        • Authentication Bypass Exploitation Live -1 05:46 Preview
        • Authentication Bypass Exploitation Live -2 04:23
        • Authentication Bypass Exploitation Live -3 02:51
        • Authentication Bypass Exploitation Live -4 03:40
        • Authentication Bypass Exploitation Live -5 04:33
        • Authentication Bypass Exploitation Captcha 02:48
        • Authentication Bypass to Account Takeover Live -1 05:35
        • Authentication Bypass to Account Takeover Live -2 03:52
        • Authentication Bypass due to OTP Exposure Live -1 04:10
        • Authentication Bypass due to OTP Exposure Live -2 03:14
        • Authentication Bypass 2FA Bypass Live 03:40
        • Authentication Bypass - Email Takeover Live 05:58
        • Authentication Bypass Mitigations 01:58
        • Authentication Bypass Interview Questions and Answers 04:16
      • No Rate-Limit Attacks
        • No Rate-Limit leads to Account Takeover Live Type-1 12:30
        • No Rate-Limit leads to Account Takeover Live Type -2 09:53
        • No Rate-Limit leads to Account Takeover Live Type -3 05:34
        • No Rate-Limit leads to Account Takeover Live Type -4 05:15
        • No Rate-Limit leads to Account Takeover Live Type -5 05:26
        • No Rate-Limit to Account Takeover Live - Type 6 06:58
        • No Rate-Limit to Account Takeover Live - Type 7 06:10
        • No Rate-Limit Instagram Report Breakdown 00:55
        • No Rate-Limit Instagram Report Breakdown 2 04:15
        • No Rate Limit Bypass Report Breakdown 05:29
        • No Rate Limit Bypass Report Breakdown 2 05:21
        • No Rate-Limit to Tool Fake IP Practical 04:02
        • No Rate-Limit test on CloudFare 04:08
        • No Rate-Limit Mitigations 02:03
        • No Rate-Limit All Hackerone Reports Breakdown 05:15 Preview
      • Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
        • How XSS Works 06:15 Preview
        • Reflected XSS on Live 1 03:12
        • Reflected XSS On Live 2 01:36
        • Reflected XSS on Live Manual Balancing 09:52
        • Reflected XSS on Live 3 Balanced 03:40
        • XSS on Limited Inputs Live 1 03:20
        • XSS on Limited Inputs Live 2 02:51
        • XSS in Request Headers - Live 03:47
        • Reflected XSS Useragent and Caching 06:41
        • Reflected XSS Email Validator Live 04:49
        • Reflected XSS Protection Bypass Live 1 - Base64 05:36
        • Reflected XSS Protection Bypass Live -2 05:18
        • XSS using Spider 06:31
        • XSS Bypass Right Click Disabled 04:16
        • Blind XSS Exploitation 05:54
        • Stored XSS Exploitation Live 09:19
        • DOM XSS Name 06:11
        • DOM XSS Redirect 02:20
        • DOM XSS Index 02:50
        • XSS on Live by Adding Parameters 03:23 Preview
        • XSS Mouse on Lab 02:54
        • XSS Mouse Live 01:44
        • XSS Mouse Events All Types 03:25
        • XSS Polyglots Live 06:54
        • XSS Polyglots Breakdown 02:17
        • XSS Exploitation - URL Redirection 04:38
        • XSS Exploitation - Phishing 04:05
        • XSS Exploitation Cookie Stealer Lab 10:14
        • XSS Exploitation Cookie Stealer Live 08:35
        • XSS Exploitation File Upload Type -2 03:08
        • XSS Exploitation File Upload Type -3 06:32
        • XSS Exploitation File Upload Type- 1 03:23
        • XSS Mitigations 02:19
        • XSS Bonus TIPS and TRICKS 05:13
        • XSS Hackerone ALL Reports Breakdown 08:31
        • XSS Interview Questions and Answers 07:46
      • Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
        • How CSRF Works 04:53
        • CSRF on LAB 02:54
        • CSRF on LAB - 2 09:09
        • CSRF on Live -1 01:30
        • CSRF on Live -2 10:13
        • CSRF Passoword Change Lab 03:28
        • CSRF Funds Transfer Lab 03:05
        • CSRF Request Methods Trick - Lab 03:32
        • CSRF to Account Takeover Live -1 07:12
        • CSRF to Account Takeover Live -2 07:38
        • Chaining CSRF with XSS 02:27
        • CSRF Mitigations 03:26
        • CSRF BONUS Tips and Tricks 02:11
        • CSRF ALL Hackerone Reports Breakdown 13:17
        • CSRF Interview Questions and Answers 06:06
      • Cross Origin Resource Sharing (CORS)
        • How CORS Works 03:16
        • CORS 3 Test Cases Fundamentals 08:51
        • CORS Exploitation Live -2 Exfiltration of Account Details 02:31
        • CORS Exploitation Live -3 Exfiltration of Account Details 04:59
        • CORS Live Exploitation -4 01:45
        • CORS Exploitation Facebook Live 02:04
        • CORS Live Prefix Match 04:00
        • CORS Live Suffix Match 04:11
        • CORS Mitigations 02:13
        • CORS Breakdown of ALL Hackerone Reports 10:55
      • How to start with Bug Bounty Platforms and Reporting
        • BugCrowd ROADMAP 17:41
        • Hackerone ROADMAP 08:57
        • Open Bug Bounty ROADMAP 08:00
        • NCIIPC Govt of Inida ROADMAP 08:27
        • RVDP All Websites ROADMAP 06:25
    • Video
      The Complete Practical Ethical Hacking Expert
      • Day 0 - Introduction To The Course
        • 0.1 Introduction To The Course 10:10 Preview
        • 0.1 Introduction To The Course - Guide
        • 0.3 Introduction To Ethical Hacking 02:41 Preview
        • 0.4 FAQ
      • Day 1 - Ethical Hacker's Lab Setup
        • 1.1 Introduction To Hacker's Lab Setup 02:17 Preview
        • 1.2 Introduction To Virtualisation - Benefits, Why, Etc 02:15
        • 1.3 Downloading and Installing Virtualisation Platform 01:46
        • 1.4 The Hacker's Computer - Setup 02:21
        • 1.4 The Hacker's Computer - Setup - (Notes)
        • 1.5 The Victim's Computer - Setup 02:08
        • 1.5 The Victim's Computer - Setup - (Caution)
        • 1.6 The Victim's Server - Setup 01:49
        • 1.6 The Victim's Server - Setup - (Notes)
        • 1.7 Network Configuration for the Course - Setup 03:03
        • 1.7 Network Configuration for the Course - Setup - (Caution)
      • Day 2 - Basics of Kali Linux
        • 2.1 Introduction To Kali Linux .mp4 01:46 Preview
        • 2.1 Introduction To Kali Linux - (Notes)
        • 2.2 First look at Kali Linux 04:44
        • 2.3 Hacker's Language - Understand Terminal 08:02
      • Day 3 - Wi-Fi Penetration Testing For Beginners
        • 3.1 Introduction To Wi-Fi Penetration Testing 02:28 Preview
        • 3.2 Networking Basics 05:01
        • 3.3 Wi-Fi Hacking Hardware 07:34
        • 3.3 Wi-Fi Hacking Hardware - (Caution)
        • 3.4 MAC Address Explained and Changing MAC Address 09:37
        • 3.5 Wireless Modes Explained - Monitor vs Managed Modes 06:17
        • 3.5 Wireless Modes Explained - Monitor vs Managed Modes - (Notes)
      • Day 4 - Network Hacking - Passive Hacking
        • 4.1 Introduction To Network Hacking 03:14 Preview
        • 4.2 Types of Penetration Testing/Hacking 02:43
        • 4.3 Packet Sniffing Basics 07:15
        • 4.4 Using Wireshark to Analyse targeted Sniff packets 04:20
        • 4.5 Wireless Bands - 2.4GHz and 5GHz 05:09
        • 4.6 Wi-Fi Deauthentication Attack using Kali Linux 05:41
      • Day 5 - WEP Encryption
        • 5.1 WEP Hacking Introduction 02:42 Preview
        • 5.2 How WEP encryption works and What is RC4 07:03
        • 5.3 Basic Method to Crack WEP passwords 04:42
        • 5.4 Fake Authentication Attack on WEP network 04:12
        • 5.5 ARP Replay Attach for WEP Networks 07:01
      • Day 6 - WPA/WPA2 Hacking
        • 6.1 Introduction To WPA/WPA2 Hacking 01:45 Preview
        • 6.2 Introduction to WPA/WPA2/WPS 03:17
        • 6.3 Cracking using Reaver version 1.6 07:14
        • 6.4 Cracking WPS with Reaver v1.6.1 03:05
        • 6.5 Cracking with various versions of reaver i.e. 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4 04:16
        • 6.6 Step 1 - How to capture Handshake 04:43
        • 6.7 Step 2 - Creating Wordlist 04:11
        • 6.8 Bruteforce to crack WPAWPA2password 01:15
        • 6.9 Secure Your WiFi 02:55
      • Day 7 - Information Gathering
        • 7.1 Information Gathering Introduction 01:44 Preview
        • 7.2 Discover computer/laptop/smartphones in your network 04:44
        • 7.3 Nmap to scan devices in network 04:37
        • 7.4 Advance scan using Zenmap 03:56
      • Day 8 - Man In The Middle
        • 8.1 Man-in-The-Middle Introduction. 02:06 Preview
        • 8.2 Man-in-the-middle Attack Explained 01:43 Preview
        • 8.3 ARP Request and ARP Poisoning 04:42 Preview
        • 8.4 man-in-the-middle Attack 07:19
        • 8.5 Installing Bettercap 07:45
        • 8.6 Username and PASSWORD sniffing 04:06
        • 8.7 Creating Custom Hacks or Commands 06:26
      • Day 9 - Social media Accounts hacking - Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Youtube.
        • 9.1 Introduction To Facebook, Social Media, etc Hacking 01:02 Preview
        • 9.2 Installing HSTShijack 03:06
        • 9.3 Redirect Https to http 04:52
        • 9.4 Fixing HSTS and Browser Problem 02:31
      • Day 10 - Everything about DNS Spoofing
        • 10.1 DNS spoofing 00:50 Preview
        • 10.2 DNS Explained 06:21
        • 10.3 How to spoof DNS 06:27
      • Day 11 - More with Bettercap
        • 11.1 Introduction To Day 11 00:52 Preview
        • 11.2 Bettercap Graphical User Interface 03:18
        • 11.3 Injecting Javascripts using Bettercap 07:25
      • Day 12 - Mastering Wireshark
        • 12.1 Introduction To Day 12 01:11 Preview
        • 12.2 Introduction To Wireshark 05:04
        • 12.3 How to Capture Packets 05:11
        • 12.4 What are packets like in Wireshark 04:39
        • 12.5 Mastering Packet Analysis using Wireshark 04:19
      • Day 13 - Honey Pots
        • 13.1 Introduction To Day 13 01:18 Preview
        • 13.2 What and How are Honey Pots Used 02:53
        • 13.3 Creating a Fake Access Point Using Mana-Toolkit 07:28
    • Video
      Learn Ethical Hacking From A-Z: Beginner To Expert Course
      • Course Introduction
        • Course Overview 08:23 Preview
        • About Your Instructors 02:31
        • Section Overview 03:20 Preview
        • Current Cybersecurity Market 08:39
        • The 3 Types of Hackers 04:50
        • The 4 Elements of Security 04:06
        • Ethical Hacker Terminology 03:45
        • Common Methods of Hacking 07:52
        • Cybersecurity & Ethical Hacking Overview 02:31
        • Ethical Hacking vs Penetration Testing 05:57
        • Job Opportunities in Cybersecurity 01:25
        • Who is This Course is For? 01:15
      • Networking Basics
        • Networking Section Overview 11:57
        • How Data Travels Across The Internet 01:40
        • Understanding Ports and Protocols 08:23
        • Understanding IP Addresses: Public & Private 02:14
        • What Are Subnets? 02:58
        • The Average Network vs Remote Based 05:33
      • Setting Up Your Hacking Lab
        • Hacking Lab Section Overview 08:43
        • Understanding Virtual Machines 03:22 Preview
        • Setup Your Kali Linux Machine 09:33
        • VN Setup & Testing Vulnerable Systems 23:09
      • Linux/Python/Bash & PowerShell Basics
        • Linux+Python+Bash+Powershell Section Overview 05:38
        • Linux Basics 10:34
        • Working With Directories & Moving Files 02:46
        • Installing & Updating Application Files 02:46
        • Linux Text Editors 04:28
        • Searching For Files 02:17
        • Bash Scripting Basics 09:02
        • Python Basics 10:38
      • How To Remain Anonymous On The Web
        • Remaining Anonymous Section Overview 06:02
        • TOR Browser Overview 05:31
        • Anonsurf Overview 03:15
        • Changing Mac Addresses 02:42
        • Using a Virtual Private Network/Server (VPN, VPS) 04:20
      • How To Hack Into WiFi
        • WiFi Hacking Section Overview 05:39
        • WiFi Hacking System Setup 09:28
        • WEP Hacking Attack #1 08:31
        • WEP Hacking Attack #2 04:26
        • WPA/WPA2 Hacking 10:20
      • Passive & Active Reconnaissance (Information Gethering)
        • Reconnaissance Section Overview 03:58
        • Passive Recon vs Active Recon 01:11
        • Recon-ng Overview 14:51
        • Whois Enumeration 01:59
        • DNS Enumeration Overview 02:07
        • Netcraft.com DNS Information 02:31
        • Google Hacking 04:48
        • Shodan.io Overview 02:12
        • Securityheaders.com (Analyze HTTPS Headers of website) 01:45
        • Ssllabs.com/ssltest (Look for SSL issues on website) 02:05
        • Pastebin.com (Sensitive Information) 00:58
        • NMAP Port Scanning (Discover open ports, OS, Services, Vulnerabilities, etc.) 15:06
        • Netcat Overview + SMB/NFSEnumeration 14:07
        • Nikto & Sparta Web Application Scanner 05:30
        • SMPT Enumeration + Nessus/Openvas Scanners 04:30
      • Launching Attacks
        • Launching Attacks Overview 10:18
        • Analyzing Information Gathered 03:30
        • Taking Advantage of Telenet 06:01
        • Searching & Understanding Exploits 05:46
        • Copy Exploits From Searchsploit 02:51
        • Understanding Exploits 04:25
        • Launching Exploits 24:27
        • Brute Force Attacks 06:53
        • How To Crack Passwords 04:12
        • ARP Spoofing Overview 21:26
        • Introduction To Cryptography 13:30
      • Post Exploitation
        • Post Exploitation Section Overview 03:07
        • Privilege Escalation 29:00
        • Transferring Files in/out of Victim, Creating Custom Malware + Evading Antivirus 27:23
        • Installing a Keylogger 02:33
        • Installing a Backdoor 06:30
      • Website & Web Application Hacking
        • Website & Web Application Hacking Overview 06:08
        • Web Application Scanning 07:51
        • Directory Buster Hacking Tool 02:49
        • Nikto Web App Hacking Tool 03:26
        • SQLmap and SQL Ninja Overview 00:46
        • How To Execute Brute Force Attacks 13:20
        • Using Command Injection 03:21
        • Malicious File Upload 10:27
        • Local & Remote File Inclusion 10:12
        • SQL Injection Overview 18:32
        • Using Cross Site Request Forgery 10:58
        • Cross Site Scripting Overview 12:25
      • Mobile Phone Hacking & Security
        • Mobile Phone Hacking Section Overview 10:31
        • Mobile Attack Vectors 01:57
        • Mobile Hacking Using URLs 02:02
        • Jail Breaking and Rooting Considerations 00:55
        • Privacy Issues (Geo Location) 00:54
        • Mobile Phone Data Security 02:29
      • Getting Your Name Out There As An Ethical Hacker
        • Getting Your Name Out There Section Overview 02:09
        • Building A Brand 09:13
        • Personal Branding 13:18
        • Setup Your Website and Blog 11:26
        • Writing a Book 09:52
        • Starting a Podcast 08:14
        • Networking Overview 06:21
      • How To Make Money As An Ethical Hacker
        • Making Money Section Overview 01:50
        • Bug Bounty Programs 04:22
        • How To Start Freelancing 10:43
        • How To Start Client Consulting 09:07
      • How To Start A Career In Cybersecurity
        • Potential Salary & Cybersecurity Roadmap 10:25
        • Books Recommendations 02:32
        • Places to Practice Hacking for Free 03:14
    • Video
      Cyber Security : Go from Zero to Hero
      • FUNDAMENTALS OF NETWORKING
        • What is Computer Networking - Definition and Characteristics 02:49 Preview
        • Network Topologies 06:09 Preview
        • History and Applications of Computer Networking 05:51 Preview
        • Protocols and Standards 04:21
        • Introduction to OSI Model 03:49
        • Layers of OSI Model 07:23
        • Introduction to TCP/IP Model 09:50
        • OSI Model vs TCP/IP Model 04:13
        • Addressing in Computer Networks 08:30
        • IP Address- IPv4 and IPv6 06:39
        • Finding your own IP Address 03:23
        • Finding your own MAC Address 04:53
        • The Internet Protocol 06:30 Preview
        • Finding Target Domain's IP Address 03:06
        • Address Resolution Protocol 08:47
        • Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol 07:48
        • Internet Control Message Protocol 06:16
        • Routing Protocols 05:32
        • How to use Tracert Command? 02:41
        • Introduction to Sockets 05:06
        • File Transfer Protocol 03:17
        • Hyper Text Transfer Protocol 04:17
        • Hypertext Transfer Protocol over SSL 05:22
        • Domain Name System 03:05
      • GETTING STARTED WITH CYBER SECURITY
        • What is Security? 05:40 Preview
        • What is Cyber Security 05:22
        • History of Cyber Security 06:53
        • Scope and Career insights 08:09
      • FUNDAMENTALS OF CYBER SECURITY
        • Definition of Computer Security 02:37 Preview
        • Types of Computer Security 02:38
        • Key Terms in Cyber Security 06:35
        • Elements of Information Security 05:56
        • Types of Attacks 10:22
        • Roles of Cyber Security Part 1 08:11
        • Roles of Cyber Security Part 2 05:40
      • DIVING DEEP INTO CYBER SECURITY
        • Security Architect's View 08:09
        • What is Vulnerability Assessment 04:34
        • Phases of Vulnerability Assessment 08:55
        • Asymmetric Encryption 04:03
        • Hashing 07:12
        • Organisations in Security 05:01
        • What is Critical Thinking 03:35
        • 5 Skills of Critical Thinking 05:39
      • TYPES OF ACTORS, ATTACKS AND MALWARE THREATS
        • Confidentiality 04:13
        • Integrity, Authentication, Access Control and Non Repudiation 08:23
        • Introduction To Incident Response Team 05:21
        • What are Audits in Cyber Security? 09:21
        • Internal Audits vs External Audits 04:19
        • How to carry out an Internal Audit? 01:32
        • The NIST Framework 03:21
        • The COBIT Framework 03:46
        • Different types of Frameworks 04:31
      • FIREWALLS AND ANTIVIRUS 11
        • Intrusion Detection System 05:22
        • Introduction to Firewalls 04:34
        • Firewall Architecture 05:39
        • Have you ever heard of a DMZ? 03:50
        • Different Types of Firewalls 08:59
        • Definition of Antivirus 03:03
        • Antivirus Detection Techniques 09:26
        • Firewalls Vs Antivirus 01:39
    • Video
      Ethical Hacking & Cyber Security Online Training
      • Ethical Hacking & Cyber Security
        • Ethical Hacking - Course Overview 03:22 Preview
        • Ethical Hacking - Overview 02:34 Preview
        • Ethical Hacking - Phases 03:16 Preview
        • Ethical Hacking - Information Gathering 12:36 Preview
        • Ethical Hacking - Email Header Analysis 03:58
        • Ethical Hacking - Virtualization 02:32
        • Ethical Hacking - Kali Linux 11:38
        • Ethical Hacking - Metasploitable Linux 03:34
        • Ethical Hacking - NMAP Overview 07:13
        • Ethical Hacking - NMAP Scripting Engine 07:51
        • Ethical Hacking - Shodan.io 06:45
        • Ethical Hacking - Metasploit 11:33
        • Ethical Hacking - Cryptography 12:56
        • Ethical Hacking - Encryption Algorithm 10:37
        • Ethical Hacking - Steganography 17:49
        • Ethical Hacking - Batch Programming 23:00
        • Ethical Hacking - Malicious Batch Programming 17:45
        • Ethical Hacking - Extension and Icons of Batch Files 07:05
        • Ethical Hacking - Windows 10:50
        • Ethical Hacking - Mimikatz 04:54
        • Ethical Hacking - Windows Security 17:59
        • Ethical Hacking - Drive Security 04:32
        • Ethical Hacking - Proxies 17:05
        • Ethical Hacking - VPN 05:20
        • Ethical Hacking - IDS/IPS 11:39
        • Ethical Hacking - Keyloggers 06:25
        • Ethical Hacking - Google Dorking 08:09
        • Ethical Hacking - Wireless Lan Introduction IEEE 802.11 04:12
        • Ethical Hacking - Wireshark 04:57
        • Ethical Hacking - Wireless Sniffing 08:39
        • Ethical Hacking - WLAN Packet Types 08:47
        • WLAN Client AP Communication 06:40
        • Ethical Hacking - WLAN Authentication 15:24
        • Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Assessment 03:31
        • Ethical Hacking - Web Application Penetration Testing 01:04
        • Ethical Hacking - Malware, Viruses and Trojans 05:09
    • 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
    • eBook
      Ethical Hacking Tutorial
    • eBook
      Modern Cybersecurity Practices
        • Modern Cybersecurity Practices Preview
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