About This Course
Welcome to Hacking 101 course. This course is intended to equip you with basic hacking techniques and gradually building introductory hacking methods to more advanced skills.
This course is extremely realistic and hands-on. You'll learn to install virtual machines on Linux based operating systems. Find ways to hack them through various hacking techniques. You'll learn how to crack Wifi, prevent DoS attacks, SQL injections, securing systems from black hat hackers and much more.
Course Delivery Mode
The training will be delivered online via our alnafi.com portal, which is designed to cater 50 Million Nafi members. The portal has all the key features like:
- The training will be delivered online via our alnafi.com portal, which is designed to cater 50
- Million Nafi members. The portal has all the key features like:
- Watching and tracking videos
- Progress monitoring,
- Attempting quizzes,
- Submitting assignments,
- Asking questions from the teachers and mentors,
What you will learn
- Read about ethical hacking, its areas & the numerous hacker styles.
- Comprehend how websites operate, how web server bugs to hack websites can be found & manipulated.
- Setup & use Kali Linux - an operating system for penetration testing.
- Study Network Hacking/Testing Penetration.
- Basics of the network & how computers communicate within a network.
What skills you will gain
- Install a hacking lab & the tools needed (on Windows, OS X and Linux).
- Secure Wifi and wired networks from hacking attacks.
- Using hacking tools for pentesting, such as Metasploit, Aircrack-ng, SQLmap, Burp Suite, etc.
- Uncover bugs & manipulate them to break into servers.
- Using client-side & social engineering to breach safe applications.
- Use SQL injections to circumvent login forms and login as an admin.
- Encrypt traffic to stop attacks by MITM.
- Hack other systems by using an infected computer as a pivot.
- Exploit bugs in file upload to gain leverage of the goal website.
An early career Ethical Hacker with 1-4 years of experience earns an average total compensation of $82,277. A mid-career Certified Ethical Hacker with 5-9 years of experience earns an average total compensation of $90,944. (Payscale)
- Hacking 101 Intro
- ISO 27035 a quick review to understand Incident Response Management
- Parrot OS our distro for pentesting and forensics
- ISO 27035 Revisit
- NIST Incident Hanlding Document Revist Deep dive. (MUST Read this document atleast 8 times.
- Deep Dive Hacking Mindset with labs
- Challenge Lab for SysInternal
- IR Table Top Excercise
- Lab: Going down the Linux Rabbit hole
- Lab RITA next steps in threat hunting.
- OSINT Lab deep dive
- Major Challenge Lab Creating a Shodan like tool
- have i been pwned?
- #Spyse Tool
- Google Exploit Database
- Maltego and Dark Trace the future
- Tools on parrot OS and installing creepy and running it as a test run
- MITRE ATT&CK, Chain of Custody and Security ops
- The role of CSIRT, ENISA, and First in overall IM process globally
- The Role of Senior Mgmt, CPR and wordWebBugs
- Affected parties, write blockers, short & long term IM goals
- Lessones learned in Incident Response Management
- Review on how to install MS SCCM in your lab
- Kansa Challenge Lab and Applied Incident Response Management
- Hacking 101 Quiz 1
- Hacking mind set deep dive into networks
- Maltego Challenge Lab
- Hacking 101 mindset the next phase
- Hacking 101 mindset the wireless hacking area