Contains training for the
EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker exam 312-50 $799.00 - Includes 21
Videos You're up late, banging away at your keyboard. You find the hole you
were looking for. Now you just find the right directory, copy a couple files,
back right out of the system, and erase your tracks. Within 15 minutes of
finding a back door into the network, you've downloaded transaction data for all
credit card transactions within the last two years. You'd think credit card
processing companies would be more secure than that.
The FBI should be
busting down your door any minute now. But they won't. You print out your
keystroke logger info. You make a phone call. "I got in." They don't believe it.
But when you deliver the keystroke log the next day, they're floored. They cut
you a check, and offer you an even bigger contract to help them fix the
Do things that should get you arrested - but get paid instead.
Ethical Hacking is so cool.
"What makes this knowledge so
The work you do as an Ethical Hacker can save businesses from
massive harm. You get to find and close off vulnerabilities that hackers could
otherwise exploit to get inside your network and steal or even destroy data. By
getting there first, you prevent leaks of sensitive information - even fraud and
identity theft against employees and customers.
Businesses recognize the
value of security pros that are able to shut down "back-doors" into their
network. Protecting their sensitive data protects their livelihood. Because the
work you do as an Ethical Hacker can prevent significant harm to their business,
companies will pay you top dollar to do some of the most interesting work in
"What will Ethical Hacker training teach
In this series you'll learn the 5 Steps of a Hack. You'll also learn
legal considerations for working as an Ethical Hacker. You'll learn all about
passive intelligence gathering, and get suggestions for gathering critical
information through social engineering.
Other things covered in the
Certified Ethical Hacker Series include TCP exploits, ICMP exploits, and other
network reconnaissance techniques; pulling packets out of network communications
to sniff passwords, hubs, and switches; SNMP and DNS exploits; password
cracking; gaining unauthorized access to a wireless network; erasing your tracks
after penetrating a network; web and file exploits too dangerous to name; and
"Does this training cover the Certified Ethical Hacker
The Certified Ethical Hacker Series covers more than how to
exploit your network, and how to use that knowledge to keep others from doing
the same thing. It also maps to the exam objectives for CEH certification from
EC-Council. It's a comprehensive resource to use for both exam prep and
on-the-job reference, so you can add this valuable certification to your
"Isn't this knowledge dangerous?"
From CBT Nuggets CEO Dan
"I actually had a wave of fear hit me as I was half-way
through reviewing this series. 'We can't sell this.' That was my gut reaction.
It's too dangerous, it teaches too much, it's too powerful. My second thought
was, 'We need to sell this to as many people as possible', thinking it safest if
the people being attacked know exactly how to attack, and therefore how to
Having a basic understanding of
information security and networking such as what's taught in the Security+ and
Network+ series is recommended before viewing this training. More advanced
security policy training such as SSCP or CISSP is strongly recommended before
using this knowledge on the job.
The Certified Ethical Hacker Series
- Series Intro (free video) - Hacker Terms - Hacker
Procedures - Using VMWare - Using Linux - Passive Intelligence
Gathering Part 1 - Passive Intelligence Gathering Part 2 - Social
Engineering - Network Reconnaissance Part 1 - Network Reconnaissance Part
2 - Service Identification and Enumeration - Vulnerability Assessment:
Nessus & GFI Languard - Vulnerability Assessment: Network Sniffing -
SNMP - DNS - Password Cracking - Exploits Part 1: Linux - Exploits
Part 2: Windows - Web and File Exploits - Wireless Security - Erasing
Notice: By purchasing the Certified Ethical Hacker Series
from CBT Nuggets, you are acknowledging understanding of and agreement with the
The information contained in the Certified Ethical
Hacker Series is to be used solely for lawful purposes. You will not use the
information contained in this training for illegal or malicious attacks, and you
will not use such tools in an attempt to compromise any computer system.
Further, you agree to indemnify both CBT Nuggets, Inc. and the certification
authority EC-Council with respect to the use or misuse of this information,
regardless of intent.
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