Ethical Hacking (V 1.0)

The Complete Guide to Ethical Hacking

Chapter 1: The Fundamentals of Ethical Hacking

Chapter 2: Exploring Cybersecurity Principles

Chapter 3: Introduction to Computer Networks

Chapter 4: Programming Essentials for Ethical Hackers

Chapter 5: Reconnaissance Techniques and Information Gathering

Chapter 6: Scanning and Enumeration Methods

Chapter 7: System Hacking and Exploitation Strategies

Chapter 8: Securing Web Applications

Chapter 9: Wireless Network Security Measures

Chapter 10: The Art of Social Engineering

Chapter 11: Understanding Cryptography and Steganography

Chapter 12: Analysis and Reverse Engineering of Malware

Chapter 13: Incident Response and Forensics in Hacking

Chapter 14: Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing

Chapter 15: Strengthening System Security and Hardening Measures

Course Requirements:

  • Basic Computer knowledge
  • Basic Internet Knowledge

Subjects Covered :

  • Networking
  • Kali Linux
  • Parrot Security
  • Ethical Hacking Full Course


Course Included:

  • Live Class on zoom
  • 30+ Hours Training
  • Recorded Videos Access (Limited Time)
  • Doubt Session
  • Troubleshooting Support
  • Project Based Training
  • Job Guide
  • Labs  Materials & Tools
After completing an ethical hacking program, you open up various career opportunities in the field of cybersecurity & Ethical hacking.


1. Ethical Hacker / Penetration Tester: As an ethical hacker, you’ll be responsible for performing security assessments on computer systems, networks, and web applications. You’ll use hacking techniques to simulate cyber-attacks and identify weaknesses, helping organizations strengthen their security measures.


2. Security Analyst: Security analysts monitor and analyze security events and incidents within an organization. They investigate potential security breaches, analyze patterns, and recommend improvements to prevent future incidents.


3. Security Consultant: Security consultants work with various clients to assess their security needs, design security solutions, and provide expert advice on best practices for securing their IT infrastructure.


4. Security Engineer: Security engineers are involved in the implementation and maintenance of security measures in an organization’s IT systems. They design, build, and deploy security solutions to protect against cyber threats.


5. Vulnerability Assessor: This role involves conducting in-depth vulnerability assessments to identify weaknesses in an organization’s systems and applications. Vulnerability assessors then recommend appropriate remediation actions.

6. Incident Response Specialist: Incident response specialists handle security incidents and data breaches, ensuring that incidents are contained, investigated, and resolved effectively. They also develop incident response plans to improve an organization’s resilience to future attacks.

7. Cybersecurity Analyst: Cybersecurity analysts monitor and defend an organization’s networks, systems, and data against cyber threats. They use various security tools and technologies to detect and mitigate potential risks.


8. Network Security Specialist: Network security specialists focus on securing an organization’s network infrastructure. They configure firewalls, VPNs, and other network security devices to protect against unauthorized access and cyber-attacks.