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Certified Ethical Hacker (CEHv10)

EC COUNCIL- CERTIFIED ETHICAL HACKER CERTIFICATION (CEH v10)

CyberTech InfoSolutions is an Official Training Partner and Accredited Training Centre of the EC Council in Mumbai. CyberTech Infosolutions is the best training provider of CEH i.e. Certified Ethical Hacking in Mumbai.  Once completion of Certified Ethical Hacker Training, we also train and guide you for interview session. After Completion of CEH v10 certification, CyberTech InfoSolutions has provided placement to the Students. We are the one who provides this course with minimum cost in Mumbai including training, e-books, exams, and certificate.

The Most Comprehensive Ethical Hacking Course in the World- CERTIFIED ETHICAL HACKER:

This is the worlds most advanced certified ethical hacking course with 20 of the most current security domains any individual will ever want to know when they are planning to beef up the information security posture of their organization. In 20 comprehensive modules, the course covers 340 attack technologies, commonly used by hackers.

CERTIFIED ETHICAL HACKER:

  • Ethical Hacking is often referred to as the process of penetrating one’s own computer/s or computers to which one has official permission to do so as to determine if vulnerabilities exist and to undertake preventive, corrective, and protective countermeasures before an actual compromise to the system takes place.
  • A Certified Ethical Hacker is a skilled professional who understands and knows how to look for weaknesses and vulnerabilities in target systems and uses the same knowledge and tools as a malicious hacker but in a lawful and legitimate manner to assess the security posture of a target system(s).
  • The CEH credential certifies individuals in the specific network security discipline of Ethical Hacking from a vendor-neutral perspective.

WHY CERTIFIED ETHICAL HACKER/CEH v10 COURSE?

The Certified Ethical Hacker program is the most desired information security training program any information security professional will ever want to be in. If you want to work in Information security or Cyber Security company one need to complete CEH certification which the most demanding certification in the world. To master the hacking technologies, you will need to become one, but an ethical one! The accredited course provides the advanced hacking tools and techniques used by hackers and information security professionals alike to break into an organization. As we put it, “To beat a hacker, you need to think like a hacker”.

The purpose of the CEH credential is to:

  • Establish and govern minimum standards for credentialing professional information security specialists in ethical hacking measures.
  • Inform the public that credentialed individuals meet or exceed the minimum standards.
  • Reinforce ethical hacking as a unique and self- regulating profession 

We provide you with latest version, version 10. Currently in demand certification in cyber security is CEH v10. Following explains you the difference between the previous and current modules.

CEHv10 versus CEHv9

CEHv10 Modules

Module 1: Introduction to Ethical Hacking

Module 2: Footprinting and Reconnaissance

Module 3: Scanning Networks

Module 4: Enum222eration

Module 5: Vulnerability Analysis

Module 6: System Hacking

Module 7: Malware Threats

Module 8: Sniffing

Module 9: Social Engineering

Module 10: Denial-Of-Service

Module 11: Session Hijacking

Module 12: Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots

Module 13: Hacking Web Servers

Module 14: Hacking Web Applications

Module 15: SQL Injection

Module 16: Hacking Wireless Networks

Module 17: Hacking Mobile Platforms

Module 18: IoT Hacking

Module 19: Cloud Computing

Module 20: Cryptography

 

CEHv9 Modules

Module 1: Introduction to Ethical Hacking

Module 2: Footprinting and Reconnaissance

Module 3: Scanning Networks

Module 4: Enumeration

Module 5: System Hacking

Module 6: Malware Threats

Module 7: Sniffing

Module 8: Social Engineering

Module 9: Denial-Of-Service

Module 10: Session Hijacking

Module 11: Hacking Webservers

Module 12: Hacking Web Applications

Module 13: SQL Injection

Module 14: Hacking Wireless Networks

Module 15: Hacking Mobile Platforms

Module 16: Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots

Module 17: Cloud Computing Security

Module 18: Cryptography

 

About the Exam

Number of Questions: 125

Test Duration: 4 Hours

Test Format: Multiple Choice

Test Delivery: ECC EXAM, VUE

Exam Prefix: 312-50 (ECC EXAM), 312-50 (VUE)

 

Passing Criteria:

The individual rating then contributes to an overall “Cut Score” for each exam form. To ensure each form has equal assessment standards, cut scores are set on a “per exam form” basis. Depending on which exam form is challenged, cut scores can range from 60% to 85%.

 

Eligibility Criteria:

There are no predefined eligibility criteria for those interested in attempting the CEH training and exam. You can enrol and get qualified as Certified Ethical Hacker.

 

Benefits of becoming a Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) Certifications:

  1. Accredited by ANSI American National Standards Institute: (ANSI) is a certification body who uses international standards to assure that your certification meets a pre-set benchmark. The process is rigorous and time-consuming and its purpose is to provide third-party verification that the certification program meets the highest of standards.
  1. Recognized by DoD 8570 and GCT Certified: Ethical Hacking is a respected certification in the industry and has received the GCHQ Certified Training (GCT) accreditation in the UK, and it is recognized certification for the Department of Defense’s (DoD) computer network defense Service Providers (CND-SP’s) in the US. C|EH is also listed as the baseline certification in the US Department of Defence (DoD) Directive 8570.Many intelligence agencies such as the FBI, the Pentagon, the US Army, and Fortune 500 companies prefer the Certified Ethical Hacker credentialing program to enhance the knowledge and hone skills of their security personnel.
  1. Global Recognition: Certified Ethical Hacker (C|EH) credential is globally recognized by companies and organizations such as Deloitte, IBM, EY, United States Department of Defense, Department of Veterans Affairs and much more.
  1. Extensive Courseware: Certified Ethical Hacking consists of 20 distinct modules such as sniffing, cryptography, enumeration, Malware threats, social engineering, and much more. In the C|EH training program individuals will be able to work with approximately 2285 different tools and 340 attack techniques which are used by hackers and information security professionals.
  1. Modules Covering the Latest in the Industry: Certified Ethical Hacker (C|EH) comes with an entire module dedicated to vulnerability analysis. This module teaches security professionals to perform vulnerability analysis in order to identify security weak spots in the target company’s end systems, network, and communication systems. This module covers the entire vulnerability management lifecycle and tools used to perform the vulnerability assessment.
  1. Coverage of the Latest Malware and Ethical Hacking Tools: The Certified Ethical Hacker (C|EH) credential is updated to match today’s cybersecurity trends by including the latest ransomware, financial malware, banking threats, IoT botnets, Android malware and much more. The Certified Ethical Hacker (C|EH) credential and training program includes a library of hacking tools which are required by penetration testers and security practitioners to find or uncover various vulnerabilities across different operating platforms. Thus, providing a wider option to enhance your knowledge and hone your skills in this developing ethical hacking domain.
  1. Most Demanding, Advanced and Update Course in Ethical Hacking and InfoSec is CEH provided by CyberTech Infosolutions in Mumbai. There is a Hands-On Training given by the expert of this Domain working and having experience about 10 to 12 years in MNCs.

 Job Opportunities after doing CERTIFIED ETHICAL HACKING Course:

  • SECURITY ANALYST
  • ETHICAL HACKER
  • CYBER SECURITY TRAINEE
  • IT AUDITOR
  • SECURITY ENGINEER
  • SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR
  • INFORMATION SECURITY OFFICER
  • CYEBR FORENSICS INVESTIGATOR
  • PENETRATION TESTER

 

SHORT EXPLANATION ABOUT THE CONTENTS: 

Q.1) FOOTPRINTING:

Footprinting is also known as Reconnaissance and is the first step of any attack on information systems in which an attacker collects information about a target network for identifying various ways to intrude into the system.

TYPES OF FOOTPRINTING

  • Passive Footprinting:

    Gathering Information about a target without direct interaction

  • Active Footprinting:

    Gathering Information about the target with direct interaction

Q.2)SCANNING NETWORK:

Scanning refers to a set of procedures used for identifying hosts, ports, services in a network. Scanning is one of the components of intelligence gathering which can be used by an attacker to create a profile of the target organization. 

Objectives of Network Scanning:

  • To discover live hosts, Ip address, and ports of live hosts
  • To discover operating systems and system architecture
  • To discover services running on hosts
  • To discover vulnerabilities in live hosts

SCANNING TECHNIQUES:

  • The scanning Techniques are categories according to the type of protocol used for communication- Internet control message protocol (ICMP)
  • Scanning Transmission control protocol (TCP)
  • Scanning User Datagram Protocol (UDP) Scanning

Q.3)ENUMERATION

In This Attacker Creates active connections with system and performs directed queries to gain more information about the target. Techniques for Enumeration:

  • Extract user names using Email IDs
  • Extract information using default passwords
  • Brute force Active Directory
  • Extract information using DNS Zone Transfer
  • Extract user groups From Windows
  • Extract user names using SNMP Services and Ports to Enumerate TCP/UDP

Q.4) VULNERABILITY Analysis

  • Vulnerability Assessment is an examination of the ability of a system or application, including current security procedures and controls, to withstand assault It recognizes, measures, and classifies security vulnerabilities in computer system, network, and communication channels.
  • A vulnerability Assessment may be used to:
  1. Identify weakness that could be exploited
  2. Predict the effectiveness of additional security measures in protecting information resources from attacks Information obtained from the vulnerability scanner includes:
  • Open ports and running services
  • Application and services vulnerabilities
  • Application and services configuration errors

Types of vulnerability Assessment:

  • Active Assessment
  • Passive Assessment 

Q.5) SYSTEM HACKING

System Hacking is the science of testing computers and Network for vulnerabilities and harmful plug-ins. The goal of system hacking is to gain access, escalate privileges, execute applications, and hide files. 

Q.6)MALWARE THREATS

Malware is a malicious software that damages or disables computer systems and gives limited or full control of the systems to the malware creator for the purpose of theft or fraud.

Examples of Malware:

1) Ransomware

2) Trojan Horse

3) Virus

4) Backdoor

5) Worms

6) Rootkit

7) Spyware

8) Botnet

9) Adware

10) Crypter

WAYS A MALWARE CAN GET INTO A SYSTEM:

  • Instant Messenger application
  • Downloading files from internet
  • Email attachments
  • Insecure path management
  • Network propagation
  • Installation by other malware

Q.7) SNIFFING

  • Packet Sniffing is a process of monitoring and capturing all data packets through a given network using a software application or hardware device It allows an attacker to observe and access the entire network traffic from a given point
  • Packet sniffing allows an attacker to gather sensitive information such as Telnet passwords, email traffic, syslog traffic, router configuration, web traffic, DNS traffic, FTP password, chat sessions, account information, etc.

HOW A SNIFFER WORKS?

Sniffer turns the NIC of a system to the promiscuous mode so that it listens to all the data transmitted on its segment.

TYPES OF SNIFFING:

1) Passive Sniffing: Passive sniffing refers to sniffing through a hub, wherein the traffic is sent to all ports

2) Active Sniffing: Active sniffing is used to sniff a Switch-based network

Q.8) SOCIAL ENGINEERING

Social Engineering is the art of convincing people to reveal confidential information Common targets of social engineering include help desk personnel, technical support executives, system administrators, etc.

Phases of a Social Engineering Attack:

1) Research on Target Company Dumpster diving, websites, employees, tour company, etc.

2) Select Victim Identify the frustrated employees of the target company

3) Develop Relationship Develop relationship with the selected employees

4) Exploit the Relationship Collect sensitive account and financial information, and current technologies

Types of Social Engineering:

  1. Human-Based Social Engineering: Gather sensitive information by interaction. Example: Vishing, Dumpster Diving, Shoulder Surfing, Tailgating, Eavesdropping, And Piggybacking
  2. Computer-Based Social Engineering: Carried out with the help of computers. Example: Phishing, Spam Mail
  3. Mobile-Based Social Engineering: Carried out with the help of mobile applications. Example: SMiShing(SMS Phishing), Using Fake Security Applications

Q.9) DENIAL-OF-SERVICE

  • Denial-of-service (DOS) is an attack on a computer or network that reduces, restricts and prevents accessibility of system resources to its legitimate users In a Dos attack, attackers flood the victim system with non-legitimate service requests or traffic to overload its resources.
  • Distributed Denial-of-service (DDoS) is a coordinated attack which involves multitude of compromised systems (Botnet) attacking a single target; thereby causing denial of service for users of the targeted system. 

Q.10) SESSION HIJACKING: 

Session hijacking refers to the exploitation of a valid computer where an attacker takes over a session between two computers. The attacker steals a valid sessions ID, which is used to get into the system and sniff the data. In TCP session hijacking, an attacker takes a TCP session between two machines. Since most authentications occur only at the start of a TCP session, this allows the attacker to gain access to a machine.

Q.11)Evading IDS, Firewalss, Honepots

  • An intrusion detection system is a security software or hardware device which inspects all inbound and outbound network traffic for suspicious patterns that may indicate a network or system security breach. The intrusion detection system checks traffic for signatures that match known intrusion patterns, and signals an alarm when a match is found.
  • Depending on the traffic to be monitored, the IDS is placed outside/inside the firewall to monitor suspicious traffic originating from outside/inside the network.

Types of Intrusion Detection Systems:

  • Network-Based Intrusion Detection Systems
  • Host-Based Intrusion Detection Systems

Q.12) Hacking WEB Servers  A web server is a computer system that stores, processes and delivers web pages to client via HTTP Protocol.

Components of a Web Server:

  • Document Root:

    Stores critical HTML files related to the web pages of a domain name that will be served in response to the requests.

  • Server Root:

    Stores server's configuration, error, executable and log files

  • Virtual Document Tree:

    Provides storage on a different machine or disk after the original disk is filled up

  • Virtual Hosting:

    Technique of hosting multiple domains or websites on the same server

  • Web Proxy:

    Proxy server that sits in between the web client and web server to prevent IP blocking and maintain anonymity

Q.13) HACKING WEB APPLICATIONS

  • Web applications provide an interface between end users and web servers through a set of web pages that are generated at the server end or contain script code to be executed dynamically within the client web browser.
  • Though web applications enforce certain security policies, they are vulnerable to various attacks such as SQL injection, cross site scripting, Session hijacking, etc.
  • Web applications and Web technologies are invariably used to support critical business functions such as CRM, SCM, etc. and improve business efficiency, however, Web technologies such as Web 2.0 provide more attack surface for web application exploitation.

Q.14) SQL INJECTION

  • This is a technique used to take advantage of un-sanitized input vulnerabilities to pass SQL commands through a web application for execution by a backend database.
  • This is a basic attack used to either gain unauthorized access to a database or retrieve information directly from the database.
  • SQL injection is a flaw in web applications and not a database or web server issue.

Why Bother about SQL Injection?

Based on the use of applications and the way it processes user supplied data, SQL injection can be used to implement the attacks mentioned below: Authentication Bypass, Compromised Integrity and Availability of Data, Information Disclosure, Remote Code Execution.

Q.15) HACKING Wireless Networks

Wireless Network (Wi-Fi) refers to wireless local area networks (WLAN) based on IEEE 802.11 standard, where it allows the device to access the network from anywhere within range of an access point. Devices such as a personal computer, smartphone, etc. use Wi-Fi to connect to a network resource such as the Internet via a wireless network access point. Tools used for WIFI hacking are AirSnort, Kismet, NetStumbler, insider, WireShark, CoWPAtty,  Fluxion, etc.

Q.16) HACKING MOBILE PLATFORMS

  • A mobile device allows communication between users on radio frequencies. It can also be used to send multimedia content, email, and perform many more things using the Internet.
  • Mobile devices are replacing desktops and laptops, as they enable users to access email, browse the Internet, navigate via GPS, and store critical data such as contact lists, passwords, calendars, and login credentials. Also, the latest developments in mobile commerce have enabled users to perform transactions such as purchasing goods and applications over wireless networks, redeeming coupons and tickets, barking, and more from their smartphones. Most mobile devices come with options to send and receive messages and email and download applications via the Internet.
  • Though these are technological advances, hackers continue to use them for malicious purposes such as sending malformed "apks" (application package file) or URLs to individuals to entice them to click or even install them, by which attackers obtain users login credentials, or wholly or partially take control of their devices.
  • Believing that surfing the Internet on mobile devices is safe, many users fail to enable their devices' security software. The popularity of smartphones and their moderately lax security have made them attractive and more valuable targets to attackers.
  • As an ethical hacker, you must perform various tests for vulnerabilities on the devices (mobile devices) connected to a network.

Q.17) IOT Hacking

Internet of Things (IoT), also known as internet of Everything (loE) refers to the network of devices with an IP address that have the capability of sensing, collecting and sending data using embedded sensors, communication hardware and processors. In lot, a thing is referred to as the device that is implanted on natural or man-made or machine-made objects and having the functionality of communicating over the network.

Q.18) CLOUD COMPUTING

  • Cloud computing is an on-demand delivery of IT capabilities in which IT infrastructure and applications are provided to subscribers as metered services over a network.
  • Cloud services are classified into three categories namely,
    • Infrastructure-as-a service (IaaS),
    • Platform-as-a-service (PaaS), and
    • Software-as-a-service (SaaS), which offer different techniques for developing a cloud.

Q.19) CRYPTOGRAPHY

Cryptography is the study and art of hiding meaningful information in an unreadable format Data security is critical to online business and privacy of communication. Today's information-based organizations extensively use Internet for e-commerce, market research, customer support, and a variety of other activities. With this increasing adoption of Internet World Wide Web use for business and personal communication, securing sensitive information such as credit card numbers, personal identifiable information, bank account numbers, secret messages, and so on is becoming increasingly more important.

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