About Course

Ethical hacking has gained huge popularity in the recent years. With the rise in usage of internet technology, internet security has become a matter of concern for us. Time and again, we come across instances of data theft, identity theft, online monetary fraud etc.Hacking deals with breaking into a computer network, system or internet entity by exploiting its weaknesses and/or loopholes. There are two sides to hacking – ethical hacking and black hat hacking (regular hacking).Ethical hackers hack into computer networks, systems and internet entities of organizations and companies. They hack into these systems to find out flaws, loopholes and security vulnerabilities present within the system.In short, ethical hackers investigate and find out flaws in networks, systems and web entities. The ultimate aim of an ethical hacker is to identify vulnerabilities in the system and patch it up in a timely manner!Black hat hackers (or regular hackers) hack into systems with bad intention (for their personal benefit). On the other hand, ethical hackers break into systems to identify its vulnerabilities and patch it up!In this digital age, internet technology plays a very important role in our day to day lives. We rely on internet for banking, shopping, education and entertainment.

 Duration6 months 
Course Syllabus
  • What is Hacking?
  • Potential Security Threats To Your Computer Systems
  • Skills Required to Become a Ethical Hacker
  • Top 6 Ethical Hacking Tools
  • How to hack using Social Engineering
  • How to make your data safe using Cryptography
  • How to crack password of an Application
  • Learn everything about Trojans, Viruses, and Worms
  • Learn ARP Poisoning with Examples
  • Wireshark Tutorial: Network & Passwords Sniffer
  • How to hack wireless networks
  • Ultimate guide to DoS(Denial of Service) Attacks
  • How to Hack a Web Server
  • How to Hack a Website
  • Learn SQL Injection with practical example
  • Hacking Linux Systems
  • 10 Most Common Web Security Vulnerabilities
  • Top 30 Bug Bounty Programs in 2018