Advance penetration testing with Kali Linux Training

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Advance penetration testing with Kali Linux is the technology that is advance enough to perform Penetration Testing and Security Auditing Linux distribution. The training proves to be very helpful for the candidates, who have a keen interest in learning the penetration testing and IT security techniques that lies under the cyber security.  The candidates would gain acquaintance on efficient Exploit Writing, Advance Sniffing, Web Penetration Testing, Document Management and Reporting, Social Engineering Toolkit and a lot more about the techniques of Penetration Testing With Kali Linux. All that the training offers will insights the candidates in installing and configuring the Kali Linux, and develop their understanding of the penetration testing standards as well.

The purpose of this training is to insight the candidates on:

  • What Kali Linux is?
  • Vulnerability Assessment Tools for System
  • Penetration Testing Classification
  • Methodology of Advance Penetration
  • Evidence Management, Data Collection, and Reporting
  • Exploits and Client Side Attack
  • DOS Attack
  • The Firewall Testing
  • What is Maintaining Access?
  • About Information Discovery
  • Privileges Escalation
  • Wireless Penetration Testing
Target audience
  • IT professional to learn about penetration testing and IT security technique
  • The professionals to expand their existing knowledge
Prerequisites

Prior opting for Penetration Testing With Kali Linux Certification, the candidates should have the basic understanding of Linux/Unix and common networking concepts.

1. Introduction to kali Linux

  • What is new in kali linux
  • Installing kali linux
  • Configure Network Connection
  • Using kali Linux
  • Update kali Linux

2. Penetration Testing Standard

  • Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP)
  • Licensee Penetration Testing (LPT)

3. Penetration Testing Classification

  • White Box and Black Box
  • Penetration Testing vs Vulnerability Assessment

4. Advance Penetration Methodology

  • Target Framework and Scope
  • Gathering client requirements
  • Test plan checklist
  • Profiling test boundaries
  • Advance penetration testing with Kali Linux

5. Information Discovery

  • Google hacking
  • DNS Information Gathering
  • Whois Information Gathering
  • Route and Network information Gathering
  • All-in-one information gathering

6. Scanning Target

  • Advance Network Scanning
  • Port Scanning
  • Stealth Port scaning techniques
  • Udp port Scanning
  • Packet crafting using Hping
  • Nmap Scanning and Plug-ins
  • Active Banners and System OS Enumeration
  • Passive Banners and System OS Enumeration

7. Vulnerability Assessment Tools for System

  • Nessus
  • Open Vas

8. Enumerating Target

  • Enumerating users, groups and shares
  • Enumerating DNS resource records
  • Enumerating Network devices

9. Target Exploitation

  • Setting up metaslpoit
  • Exploitation with Metasploit
  • Working with Meterpreter Session
  • VNC Exploitation
  • Stealing password Hash
  • Adding custom Modules to Metasploit

10. Exploit Writing

  • Using Immunity Debugger
  • Writing Exploit for real world applications

11. Privileges Escalation

  • Breaking Password hashes
  • Cracking telnet and ssh password
  • Craking FTP password
  • Using metasploit post exploitation modules

12. Maintaining Access

  • Protocol tunneling
  • Proxy
  • Installing persistent Backdoor

13. Advance Sniffing

  • ARP Poisoning
  • DHCP Starvation
  • Mac flooding
  • DNS Poisoning: redirecting user to fake website
  • Sniffing credentials from secured websites

14. DOS Attack

  • Syn Attack
  • Application request Flood Attack
  • Service request Flood
  • Permanent denial of service atack

15. Web Penetration Testing

  • Introduction to Web Application Vulnerabilities
  • Web Application Assessment and Exploitation with automation Tools
  • Hacking database using SQL injection
  • Hijacking web sessions

16. Wireless Penetration Testing

  • Introduction to Wireless Security
  • Craking Wireless Encryptions (WEP,WPA,WPA2)
  • Configuring Fake Access Point
  • Halting wireless network through Dos attack
  • Restricting wireless access through wireless jammer

17. Exploits and Client Side Attack

  • Exploiting browser vulnerability
  • Introduction to Buffer overflow
  • Introduction to fuzzing
  • Fast-Track Hacking

18. Social Engineering Toolkit

  • Stealing passwords through phishing
  • Generating backdoors
  • Java Applet attack

19. Firewall Testing

  • Introduction to Firewall
  • Testing Firewall
  • Testing Firewall Rules
  • Testing Ports

20. Document Management and Reporting

  • Documentation and results verification
  • Dradis Framework
  • Magic Tree and Maltego

21. Data Collection ,Evidence Management and Reporting

  • Type of Report
  • Presentation Report
  • Post Testing Procedure

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