Certified Ethical Hacker(CEH)
Course Summary:

The Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) course offered by Magna Skills is a comprehensive and hands-on training program designed to equip individuals with the skills and knowledge required to identify, exploit, and mitigate vulnerabilities in computer systems, networks, and applications. This course is perfect for IT professionals, security analysts, network administrators, and anyone interested in understanding the tools and techniques used by malicious hackers in order to strengthen organizational cybersecurity defenses.

Course Objectives:

By the end of this course, participants will:

  • Understand the ethical hacking process and its importance in modern cybersecurity.
  • Learn various hacking techniques and tools used by malicious actors.
  • Gain practical experience in performing penetration testing and vulnerability assessment.
  • Develop skills to identify and assess system vulnerabilities, weaknesses, and threats.
  • Learn how to secure networks, systems, and applications against cyber threats.
  • Understand the legal and ethical considerations of ethical hacking.
  • Prepare for the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) certification exam.

Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to Ethical Hacking

  • Understanding ethical hacking and its scope
  • Types of hackers and their motivations
  • The hacking lifecycle and phases

Module 2: Footprinting and Reconnaissance

  • Gathering information using passive and active techniques
  • Social engineering tactics for information gathering
  • Tools and resources for footprinting

Module 3: Scanning and Enumeration

  • Network scanning techniques and tools
  • Enumerating network resources and services
  • Banner grabbing and SNMP enumeration

Module 4: System Hacking

  • Password cracking and techniques
  • Escalating privileges and gaining unauthorized access
  • Hiding files and covering tracks

Module 5: Malware Threats

  • Types of malware: viruses, worms, Trojans, and more
  • Malware analysis and reverse engineering basics
  • Detecting and removing malware infections

Module 6: Network Sniffing and Analysis

  • Packet sniffing concepts and tools
  • Analyzing network traffic for vulnerabilities
  • Securing against network-based attacks

Module 7: Social Engineering

  • Psychology of social engineering attacks
  • Phishing, pretexting, tailgating, and baiting techniques
  • Creating a strong security awareness program

Module 8: Web Application Security

  • Common web application vulnerabilities (SQL injection, XSS, CSRF, etc.)
  • Testing web applications for security flaws
  • Securing web applications and APIs

Module 9: Wireless Network Security

  • Wireless encryption and authentication protocols
  • Wi-Fi vulnerabilities and attacks
  • Securing wireless networks and devices

Module 10: Cryptography

  • Basics of cryptography and encryption algorithms
  • Digital signatures and certificates
  • Cryptanalysis techniques and attacks

Module 11: Cloud Security

  • Cloud computing models and security concerns
  • Securing cloud environments and data
  • Cloud-specific vulnerabilities and best practices

Module 12: Incident Response and Recovery

  • Developing an incident response plan
  • Investigating and containing security breaches
  • Business continuity and disaster recovery strategies

Module 13: Legal and Ethical Considerations

  • Laws and regulations related to hacking and cybersecurity
  • Ethical guidelines for ethical hackers
  • Reporting vulnerabilities responsibly