• A Workshop on Information Security and Hacking

    Workshop CodeDurationFee
    NTWSHACKB-011 / 2 Days1200/-

    Internet is not safe and secure until we have taken special care about safety. Learning of Information Security and Hacking is very useful for IT Developers and Internet users. IT Developers need to know how to identify the holes in the security of their projects. And Internet users need to understand the risk and how to avoid to become hacking target. Hacking is no longer a theoretical concept but is rapidly becoming reality. The idea behind workshop is to teach the possibilty of Hacking in Internet world. Statistics show that by the year 2020 we will have close to 13.5 billion jobs in the hacking industry across the globe. The number is a whopping things as of date. Imagine the magnitude!!

    Workshop Syllabus

    Introduction to Ethical Hacking
    Information Security Overview
    Data Breach Statistics
    Malware Trends in 2014
    Elements of Information Security
    The Security, Functionality, and Usability Triangle
    Information Security Threats and Attack Vectors
    Top Information Security Attack Vectors
    Information Security Threat Categories
    Types of Attacks on a System
    Operating System Attacks
    Examples of OS Vulnerabilities
    Misconfiguration Attacks
    Application-Level Attacks
    Examples of Application-Level Attacks
    Shrink Wrap Code Attacks
    Information Warfare
    Hacking Concepts, Types, and Phases
    What is Hacking
    Gaining Access
    Maintaining Access
    Clearing Tracks
    Ethical Hacking Concepts and Scope
    What is Ethical Hacking?
    Why Ethical Hacking is Necessary
    Scope and Limitations of Ethical Hacking
    Skills of an Ethical Hacker
    Information Security Controls
    Information Assurance (IA)
    Information Security Management Program
    Threat Modeling
    Enterprise Information Security Architecture (EISA)
    Network Security Zoning
    Defense in Depth
    Information Security Policies
    Types of Security Policies
    Examples of Security Policies
    Privacy Policies at Workplace
    Steps to Create and Implement Security Policies
    HR/Legal Implications of Security Policy Enforcement
    Physical Security
    Physical Security Controls
    Types of Vulnerability Assessment
    Network Vulnerability Assessment Methodology
    Vulnerability Research
    Vulnerability Research Websites
    Penetration Testing
    Why Penetration Testing
    Types of Penetration Testing
    Information Security Laws and Standards
    Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS)
    ISO/IEC 27001:2013
    Cyber Law in Different Countries
    Footprinting Concepts
    What is Footprinting?
    Objectives of Footprinting
    Footprinting Methodology
    Footprinting through Search Engines
    Google Hacking Database (GHDB)
    Information Gathering Using Google Advanced Search
    Website Footprinting
    Website Footprinting using Web Spiders
    Mirroring Entire Website
    Email Footprinting
    Tracking Email Communications
    Collecting Information from Email Header
    Email Tracking Tools
    Traceroute Analysis
    Footprinting Penetration Testing
    Footprinting Pen Testing
    Footprinting Pen Testing Report Templates
    Overview of Network Scanning
    TCP Communication Flags
    TCP/IP Communication
    Creating Custom Packet Using TCP Flags
    Scanning Techniques
    TCP Connect / Full Open Scan
    Stealth Scan (Half-open Scan)
    Inverse TCP Flag Scanning
    Scan for Vulnerability
    Vulnerability Scanning
    Vulnerability Scanning Tool
    Drawing Network Diagrams
    Network Discovery Tool
    Network Topology Mapper
    Proxy Servers
    Scanning Pen Testing
    Enumeration Concepts
    What is Enumeration?
    Techniques for Enumeration
    Information at Hand Before System Hacking Stage
    Cracking Passwords
    Password Cracking
    Types of Password Attacks
    Non-Electronic Attacks
    Active Online Attack
    Dictionary, Brute Forcing and Rule-based Attack
    Password Guessing
    Default Passwords
    Active Online Attack:
    Example of Active Online Attack Using USB Drive
    Hash Injection Attack
    Passive Online Attack
    Wire Sniffing
    Man-in-the-Middle and Replay Attack
    Offline Attack
    Rainbow Attacks
    Tools to Create Rainbow Tables: rtgen and Winrtgen
    How Hash Passwords Are Stored in Windows SAM?
    NTLM Authentication Process
    Kerberos Authentication
    Password Salting
    Password Cracking Tools
    Password Cracking Tool for Mobile: FlexiSPY Password Grabber
    How to Defend against Password Cracking
    Types of Keystroke Loggers
    Keyloggers for Windows
    Spyware: Spytech SpyAgent
    What Does the Spyware Do?
    USB Spyware: USBSpy
    Audio Spyware: Spy Voice Recorder and Sound Snooper
    Video Spyware: WebCam Recorder
    Cellphone Spyware: Mobile Spy
    Telephone/Cellphone Spyware
    GPS Spyware: SPYPhone
    GPS Spyware
    How to Defend Against Keyloggers
    Anti-Keylogger: Zemana AntiLogger
    How to Defend Against Spyware
    Anti-Spyware: SUPERAntiSpyware
    What Is Steganography?
    Classification of Steganography
    Types of Steganography based on Cover Medium
    Whitespace Steganography Tool: SNOW
    Image Steganography
    Least Significant Bit Insertion
    Masking and Filtering
    Algorithms and Transformation
    Image Steganography Tools
    Clearing Logs
    Manually Clearing Event Logs
    Ways to Clear Online Tracks
    Covering Tracks Tool: CCleaner
    Covering Tracks Tool: MRU-Blaster
    Track Covering Tools
    Penetration Testing
    Password Cracking
    Privilege Escalation
    Executing Applications
    Malware Threats
    Introduction to Malware
    Different Ways a Malware can Get into a System
    Common Techniques Attackers Use to Distribute Malware on the Web
    Trojan Concepts
    Financial Loss Due to Trojans
    What is a Trojan?
    How Hackers Use Trojans
    Common Ports used by Trojans
    How to Infect Systems Using a Trojan
    Dark Horse Trojan Virus Maker
    Trojan Horse Construction Kit
    Remote Access Trojans
    Virus and Worms Concepts
    Introduction to Viruses
    Stages of Virus Life
    Working of Viruses:
    Infection Phase
    Attack Phase
    Why Do People Create Computer Viruses
    Indications of Virus Attack
    Virus Hoaxes and Fake Antiviruses
    Types of Viruses
    Anti-Malware Software
    Anti-Trojan Software
    Penetration Testing
    Pen Testing for Trojans and Backdoors
    Penetration Testing for Virus
    Sniffing Concepts
    Types of Sniffing
    Spoofing Attack
    Sniffing Tools
    Counter measures
    How to Defend Against Sniffing
    How to Detect Sniffing
    Social Engineering Concepts
    What is Social Engineering?
    Spear Phishing
    Social Engineering Pen Testing
    Session Hijacking
    Session Hijacking Pen Testing
    Hacking Webservers
    Webserver Concepts
    Web Server Security Issue
    Webserver Security Tools
    Hacking Web Applications
    SQL Injection Attacks
    Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) Attacks
    How XSS Attacks Work
    Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) Attack
    Web Application Denial-of-Service (DoS) Attack
    CAPTCHA Attacks
    Connection String Parameter Pollution (CSPP) Attacks
    SOAP Injection
    XML Injection
    Example of SQL Injection
    SQL Injection Tools
    SQL Injection Detection Tools
    Hacking Wireless Networks
    Wireless Hacking Tools
    Bluetooth Hacking
    Hacking Mobile Platforms
    Mobile Spyware
    Types of Honeypots
    Introduction to Cloud Computing
    Cloud Deployment Models
    Understanding Virtualization
    Cloud Computing Threats
    Cloud Computing Attacks
    Cloud Pen Testing
    Types of Cryptography
    Certification Authorities
    Digital Signature
    SSL (Secure Sockets Layer)
    Transport Layer Security (TLS)
    Cryptography Attacks

    Outcome of Workshop

    The Student is able to list what is Hacking.
    The Student is able to list the salient features of Hacking.
    The Student is able to understand types of Hacking.
    The Student is able to understand complete structure of Hacking applications.
    The Student is able to protect with Hacking.

    Key Experiments or Demo

    Understanding and managing windows Hacking.
    Running basic tools of Hacking.
    Managing the security in the web applications.
    Write SQL Injection free code.
    How to protect with Trogan.

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