What is Ethical Hacking?
Ethical hacking is term used to describe hacking performed by an organization or person to help identify potential security threats on a system or network. An ethical hacker make attempts to bypass system security or search for any weakness that could be exploited by actual Hackers. Inputs provided by ethical hacker is used by the organization to improve their system and network security and eliminate any potential risk.
The term "Ethical Hacking" is criticized at times, people use to say that there is no such thing as an "ethical hacking". Hacking means only hacking, no matter how you do it and people who do the hacking are generally referred to as computer criminals or cyber criminals. However, the things done by ethical hackers for organizations is helping to improve system security and now it considered quite effective and successful. Individuals interested in growing career as an ethical hacker can pursue certification like CEH, ECSA, Advanced Diploma in Ethical Hacking Cyber Security.
An Ethical Hacker is also referred as a White Hat Hacker, is an information security expert who finds security vulnerabilities that a malicious hacker could potentially exploit.
Purpose of Ethical Hacking:
-There are numbers of ways Ethical Hacker can help organizations:
-Demonstrating methods used by cybercriminal
-Helping prepare for a cyber attack
Ethical Hacking Techniques:
We provide hands-on practice on the techniques such Footprinting, Scanning ports, Network traffic capturing and analysis using appropriate tools, Social Engineering and many more which helps users for Web Application Hacking, Mobile Hacking, System Hacking, E-mail Hacking and so on.
About the Exam
Number of Questions: 60
Test Duration: 2 Hours 30 Minutes
Test Format: Multiple Choice, Practical
Test Delivery: EH EXAM, CITY-DADAR_CYBERTECH_INFOSOLUTIONS