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CPEH: Certified Ethical Hacker

CPEH: Certified Ethical Hacker


Guaranteed to Run Class - January 30, 2017
Vendor: Security Training
Course # CPEH
Course Starts On: April 3, 2017 - June 12, 2017 -
Length of the Course: 5 Days
Price: $2,995 – Click Here to Pre Register

About this course:

The Certified Professional Ethical Hacker course is the foundational training for the line of penetration testing courses.

The CPEH certification training enables students to understand the importance of vulnerability assessments by providing industry knowledge and skills in Vulnerability Assessment. In doing so, the CPEH student is able to understand how malware and destructive viruses function. In addition, the CPEH course helps students learn how to implement counter response and preventative measures when it comes to a network hack.

The CPEH course provides in-depth Labs that focus on both open source and commercial based tools with industry best practices. These hands on labs emulate real world hacking scenarios and equips the candidate to assess your company’s security posture, help implement controls to better secure your companies network infrastructure and how to combat against hackers and/or viruses, etc.

Prerequisites

  • 12 months of IT security experience
  • 12 months of Network

Course Objectives:

Upon completion, the Certified Professional Ethical Hacker candidate will be able to competently take the CPEH exam.

Target Student:

  • Information System Owners
  • Security Officers
  • Ethical Hackers
  • Information Owners
  • Penetration Testers
  • System Owner and Managers
  • Cyber Security Engineers

 

Product Description

Module 1 – Security Fundamentals

  • Overview
  • The Growth of
  • Environments and Security
  • Our Motivation…
  • The Goal: Protecting Information!
  • CIA Triad in Detail
  • Approach Security Holistically
  • Security Definitions
  • Definitions Relationships
  • Method: Ping
  • The TCP/IP Stack
  • Which Services Use Which Ports?
  • TCP 3-Way Handshake
  • TCP Flags
  • Malware
  • Types of Malware
  • Types of Malware Cont…
  • Types of Viruses
  • More Malware: Spyware
  • Trojan Horses
  • Back Doors
  • DoS
  • DDoS
  • Packet Sniffers
  • Passive Sniffing
  • Active Sniffing
  • Firewalls, IDS and IPS
  • Firewall – First
  • Line of Defense
  • IDS – Second Line of Defense
  • IPS – Last Line of Defense?
  • Firewalls
  • Firewall Types:
  • (1) Packet Filtering
  • Firewall Types:
  • (2) Proxy Firewalls
  • Firewall Types –
  • Circuit-Level Proxy Firewall
  • Type of Circuit-
  • Level Proxy – SOCKS
  • Firewall Types –
  • Application-Layer Proxy
  • Firewall Types: (3) Stateful
  • Firewall Types:
  • (4) Dynamic Packet-Filtering
  • Firewall Types:
  • (5) Kernel Proxies
  • Firewall Placement
  • Firewall Architecture
  • Types – Screened Host
  • Multi- or Dual-Homed
  • Screened Subnet
  • Wi-Fi Network Types
  • Wi-Fi Network Types
  • Widely Deployed Standards
  • Standards Comparison
  • 11n – MIMO
  • Overview of Database Server
  • Review 

Module 2 – Access Controls

  • Overview
  • Role of Access Control
  • Definitions
  • More Definitions
  • Categories of Access Controls
  • Physical Controls
  • Logical Controls
  • “Soft” Controls
  • Security Roles
  • Steps to Granting Access
  • Access Criteria
  • Physical Access
  • Control Mechanisms
  • Biometric System Types
  • Synchronous Token
  • Asynchronous Token Device
  • Memory Cards
  • Smart Card
  • Cryptographic Keys
  • Logical Access Controls
  • OS Access Controls
  • Linux Access Controls
  • Accounts and Groups
  • Password &
  • Shadow File Formats
  • Accounts and Groups
  • Linux and UNIX Permissions
  • Set UID Programs
  • Trust Relationships
  • Review

Module 3 – Protocols

  • Protocols Overview
  • OSI – Application Layer
  • OSI – Presentation Layer
  • OSI – Session Layer
  • Transport Layer
  • OSI – Network Layer
  • OSI – Data Link
  • OSI – Physical Layer
  • Protocols at
  • Each OSI Model Layer
  • TCP/IP Suite
  • Port and Protocol Relationship
  • Conceptual Use of Ports
  • UDP versus TCP
  • Protocols – ARP
  • Protocols – ICMP
  • Network Service – DNS
  • SSH Security Protocol
  • SSH
  • Protocols – SNMP
  • Protocols – SMTP
  • Packet Sniffers
  • Example Packet Sniffers
  • Review 

Module 4 -Cryptography

  • Overview
  • Introduction
  • Encryption
  • Cryptographic Definitions
  • Encryption Algorithm
  • Implementation
  • Symmetric Encryption
  • Symmetric Downfalls
  • Symmetric Algorithms
  • Crack Times
  • Asymmetric Encryption
  • Public Key
  • Cryptography Advantages
  • Asymmetric
  • Algorithm Disadvantages
  • Asymmetric
  • Algorithm Examples
  • Key Exchange
  • Symmetric versus Asymmetric
  • Using the
  • Algorithm Types Together
  • Instructor Demonstration
  • Hashing
  • Common Hash Algorithms
  • Birthday Attack
  • Example of a Birthday Attack
  • Generic Hash Demo
  • Instructor Demonstration
  • Security Issues in Hashing
  • Hash Collisions
  • MD5 Collision Creates
  • Rogue Certificate Authority
  • Hybrid Encryption
  • Digital Signatures
  • SSL/TLS
  • SSL Connection Setup
  • SSL Hybrid Encryption
  • SSH
  • IPSec – Network Layer Protection
  • IPSec
  • IPSec
  • Public Key Infrastructure
  • Quantum Cryptography
  • Attack Vectors
  • Network Attacks
  • More Attacks (Cryptanalysis)
  • Review 

Module 5 – Why Vulnerability Assessments

  • Overview
  • What is a
  • Vulnerability Assessment?
  • Vulnerability Assessment
  • Benefits of a
  • Vulnerability Assessment
  • What are Vulnerabilities?
  • Security Vulnerability Life Cycle
  • Compliance and Project Scoping
  • The Project
  • Overview Statement
  • Project Overview Statement
  • Assessing Current
  • Network Concerns
  • Vulnerabilities in Networks
  • More Concerns
  • Network Vulnerability
  • Assessment Methodology
  • Network Vulnerability
  • Assessment Methodology
  • Phase I: Data Collection
  • Phase II: Interviews, Information Reviews, and Hands-On Investigation
  • Phase III: Analysis
  • Analysis cont.
  • Risk Management
  • Why Is Risk
  • Management Difficult?
  • Risk Analysis Objectives
  • Putting Together
  • the Team and Components
  • What Is the Value of an Asset?
  • Examples of Some Vulnerabilities that Are Not Always Obvious
  • Categorizing Risks
  • Some Examples
  • of Types of Losses
  • Different Approaches
  • to Analysis
  • Who Uses What?
  • Qualitative Analysis Steps
  • Quantitative Analysis
  • ALE Values Uses
  • ALE Example
  • ARO Values and Their Meaning
  • ALE Calculation
  • Can a Purely Quantitative Analysis Be Accomplished?
  • Comparing Cost and Benefit
  • Countermeasure Criteria
  • Calculating Cost/Benefit
  • Cost of a Countermeasure
  • Can You Get Rid of All Risk?
  • Management’s Response to Identified Risks
  • Liability of Actions
  • Policy Review
  • (Top-Down) Methodology
  • Definitions
  • Policy Types
  • Policies with Different Goals
  • Industry Best
  • Practice Standards
  • Components that Support the Security Policy
  • Policy Contents
  • When Critiquing a Policy
  • Technical (Bottom-Up)
  • Methodology
  • Review 

Module 6 – Vulnerability Tools of the Trade

  • Overview
  • Vulnerability Scanners
  • Nessus
  • SAINT – Sample Report
  • Tool: Retina
  • Qualys Guard
  • http://www.qualys.com/products/overview/
  • Tool: LANguard
  • Microsoft Baseline Analyzer
  • MBSA Scan Report
  • Dealing with Assessment Results
  • Patch Management Options
  • Review 

Module 7 – Output Analysis and Reports

  • Overview
  • Staying Abreast: Security Alerts
  • Vulnerability Research Sites
  • Nessus
  • SAINT
  • SAINT Reports
  • GFI Languard
  • GFI Reports
  • MBSA
  • MBSA Reports
  • Review 

Module 8 – Reconnaissance, Enumeration and Scanning

  • Reconnaissance Overview
  • Step One in the
  • Hacking “Life-Cycle”
  • What Information is
  • Gathered by the Hacker?
  • Passive vs. Active Reconnaissance
  • Footprinting Defined
  • Social Access
  • Social Engineering Techniques
  • Social Networking Sites
  • People Search Engines
  • Internet Archive:
  • The WayBack Machine
  • Footprinting Tools Overview
  • Maltego GUI
  • Ihackstuff.com
  • Google (cont.)
  • Domain Name Registration
  • WHOIS Output
  • DNS Databases
  • Using Nslookup
  • Traceroute Operation
  • Web Server Info Tool: Netcraft
  • Introduction to Port Scanning
  • Which Services
  • use Which Ports?
  • Port Scan Tips
  • Port Scans Should Reveal…
  • Popular Port Scanning Tools
  • Ping (Is the host online?)
  • Stealth Online Ping
  • TCP 3-Way Handshake
  • TCP Flags
  • TCP Connect Port Scan
  • Half-open Scan (SynScan)
  • Firewalled Ports
  • NMAP TCP Connect Scan
  • Enumeration Overview
  • Web Server Banners
  • HTTPrint
  • DNS Enumeration
  • SNMP Insecurity
  • SNMP Enumeration Tools
  • SNMP Enumeration Countermeasures
  • Active Directory Enumeration
  • LDAPMiner
  • AD Enumeration Countermeasures
  • Null Sessions
  • Viewing Shares
  • Tool: DumpSec
  • Tool: Enumeration
  • with Cain and Abel
  • Null Session
  • Countermeasures (cont.)
  • Review 

Module 9 – Gaining Access

  • Overview
  • How Do Exploits Work?
  • Physical Access Attacks
  • Lock Picking
  • Tool Kit: Torque Wrench
  • Tool Kit: Picks
  • Tool Kit: Snap Gun
  • Tool Kit: Electric Pick
  • Internal Mechanism
  • Pin Tumblers
  • Pin Tumblers
  • Picking
  • Binding Pin
  • Binding
  • Binding
  • Binding Order
  • Raking
  • Raking
  • Bumping
  • Bump Keying
  • Shimming Door Locks
  • Padlocks
  • Bypassing
  • Padlock Shims
  • Shock Energy
  • Lock Picking Countermeasures
  • The Metasploit Project
  • Defense in Depth
  • Instructor Demonstration
  • SaintExploit at a Glance
  • SaintExploit Interface
  • Core Impact Overview
  • Core Impact
  • Review

Module 10 – Maintaining Access

  • Overview
  • Back Doors
  • Backdoor via Rootkits
  • Linux Backdoor via Rootkits
  • Linux Backdoor via Rootkits
  • Windows RootKit Countermeasures
  • Tool: Netcat
  • Netcat Switches
  • Netcat as a Listener
  • Meterpreter
  • Review 

Module 11 – Covering Tracks

  • Overview
  • Covering Tracks Overview
  • Disabling Auditing
  • Clearing and Event Log
  • Hiding Files with
  • NTFS Alternate Data Stream
  • NTFS Streams
  • Countermeasures
  • Stream Explorer
  • What is Steganography?
  • Steganography Tools
  • Shedding Files Left Behind
  • Leaving No Local Trace
  • More Anonymous Software
  • StealthSurfer II Privacy Stick
  • Tor: Anonymous Internet Access
  • Encrypted Tunnel Notes
  • Review 

Module 12 – Malware

  • Overview
  • Distributing Malware
  • Malware Capabilities
  • Countermeasure: Monitoring Autostart Methods
  • Tool: Netcat
  • Netcat Switches
  • Netcat as a Listener
  • Executable Wrappers
  • Benign EXE’s Historically Wrapped with Trojans
  • Tool: Restorator
  • Tool: Exe Icon
  • The Infectious CD-Rom Technique
  • Trojan: Backdoor.Zombam.B
  • Trojan: JPEG GDI+ All in One Remote Exploit
  • Advanced Trojans: Avoiding Detection
  • BPMTK
  • Malware Countermeasures
  • Gargoyle Investigator
  • Spy Sweeper Enterprise
  • CM Tool: Port Monitoring Software
  • CM Tools: File Protection Software
  • CM Tool: Windows File Protection
  • CM Tool: Windows Software Restriction Policies
  • CM Tool: Hardware Malware Detectors
  • Countermeasure: User Education
  • Review 

Module 13 – Buffer Overflows

  • Overview
  • Buffer Overflow Definition
  • Overflow Illustration
  • Buffer Overflows
  • Memory Organization
  • How Buffers and Stacks
  • Are Supposed to Work
  • Stack Function
  • How a Buffer Overflow Works
  • Buffer Overflows
  • Secure Code Review
  • Prevention
  • Review 

Module 14 – Password Cracking

  • Overview
  • Attack Vectors
  • Unix Passwords and Encryption
  • Password Cracking Tools
  • NAT Dictionary Attack Tool
  • THC-Hydra
  • Password Guessing
  • Password Cracking
  • LM/NTLM Hashes
  • LM Hash Encryption
  • NT Hash Generation
  • Windows Syskey Encryption
  • Creating Rainbow Tables
  • Free Rainbow Tables
  • NTPASSWD:Hash Insertion Attack
  • Password Sniffing
  • Sniffing Remote Passwords
  • Tool: Cain and Abel
  • Review 

Appendix 1 – Economics and Law

  • Overview
  • Attack Vectors
  • Unix Passwords and Encryption
  • Password Cracking Tools
  • NAT Dictionary Attack Tool
  • THC-Hydra
  • Password Guessing
  • Password Cracking
  • LM/NTLM Hashes
  • LM Hash Encryption
  • NT Hash Generation
  • Windows Syskey Encryption
  • Creating Rainbow Tables
  • Free Rainbow Tables
  • NTPASSWD:Hash Insertion Attack
  • Password Sniffing
  • Sniffing Remote Passwords
  • Tool: Cain and Abel
  • Review 

Appendix 2 – Vulnerability Types

  • Overview
  • Critical Vulnerabilities
  • Critical Vulnerability Types
  • Buffer Overflows
  • URL Mappings
  • to Web Applications
  • IIS Directory Traversal
  • Format String Attacks
  • Default Passwords
  • Misconfigurations
  • Known Backdoors
  • Information Leaks
  • Memory Disclosure
  • Network Information
  • Version Information
  • Path Disclosure
  • User Enumeration
  • Denial of Service
  • Best Practices
  • Review
  • Lab 

Appendix 3 – Assessing Web Servers

  • Web Servers
  • Fingerprinting
  • Accessible Web Servers
  • Identifying and Assessing
  • Reverse Proxy Mechanisms
  • Proxy Mechanisms
  • Identifying Subsystems
  • and Enabled Components
  • Basic Web Server Crawling
  • Web Application
  • Technologies Overview
  • Web Application Profiling
  • HTML Sifting and Analysis
  • Active Backend
  • Database Technology Assessment
  • Why SQL “Injection”?
  • Web Application
  • Attack Strategies
  • Web Application Vulnerabilities
  • Authentication Issues
  • Parameter Modification
  • SQL Injection: Enumeration
  • SQL Extended Stored Procedures
  • Shutting Down SQL Server
  • Direct Attacks
  • SQL Connection Properties
  • Attacking Database Servers
  • Obtaining Sensitive Information
  • URL Mappings
  • to Web Applications
  • Query String
  • Changing URL Login Parameters
  • URL Login Parameters Cont.
  • IIS Directory Traversal
  • Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)
  • Web Security Checklist
  • Review 

Appendix 4 – Assessing Remote & VPN Services

  • Assessing Remote & VPN Services
  • Remote Information Services
  • Retrieving DNS
  • Service Version Information
  • DNS Zone Transfers
  • Forward DNS Grinding
  • Finger
  • Auth
  • NTP
  • SNMP
  • Default Community Strings
  • LDAP
  • rwho
  • RPC rusers
  • Remote Maintenance Services
  • FTP
  • SSH

 

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