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Professional Training in Ethical Hacking

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Best Professional Training in Ethical Hacking

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KVCH is amongst the top training institutes in the country. For the past two decades, KVCH has been successful in bringing out the best in the candidates and provide them their dream career. KVCH provides high-quality job-oriented training that will boost the confidence of the candidate and lead them to their dream job. KVCH provides with the latest technology that will help the candidate gain a better understanding of the program. The course curriculum is specially designed as per the candidate’s requirement to enhance their knowledge and skills. The program is up-to-date with the industry standards and provides in-depth knowledge. KVCH has its Ethical Hacking training center in Noida that provides Professional Training in Ethical Hacking. KVCH caters to the students and companies across the globe. Various industry leaders like TCS, Tech Mahindra, HCL, CMC LTD has shown their support in our venture. Companies today are at high risk in terms of Cyber Hacking, therefore they are in desperate need of employees who can protect their credentials from hackers. Ethical Hacking is the legal way to prevent the system from the hackers. Ethical Hacker takes permission from the owner before hacking into the system. The main responsibility of Ethical Hacker is to is to discover loopholes that any illegal hacker might use as a gateway. This helps in improving the system’s security. Ethical Hacking will open new doors for candidates who are passionate about entering the Cyber Security Industry. Candidates, at KVCH, will not only gain theoretical knowledge but will also get the experience of working on Live Projects. After every class, the candidates will be provided with a database and after the completion of each module, they will get the opportunity of working on Live projects. KVCH maintains a professional environment throughout the program. At well-equipped Ethical Hacking training center in Noida, the aspirants learn the skills for Ethical Hacking Fundamentals, Why Ethical Hacking, Key Skills for Ethical Hacking, Ethical Hacking principles, Footprinting, Enumeration, Hacking Tools, Manual Password Cracking Algorithm, Trojan Attack, Sniffing, Goal of DoS , SQL INJECTION, Ethical Hacking Training on real time projects along with Ethical Hacking placement training. Candidates will get experienced professors to guide them. We have flexible timings to render to the needs of every candidate. Our dedicated placement cell works hard to get our candidates placed in top MNCs. KVCH guarantee 100% interview.

   Course Description


    • SESSION 1-6: INTRODUCTION TO ETHICAL HACKING
    • Explaining the Certification, Introducing Security
    • Introducing Hacking, Introduction to Ethical Hacking
    • FOOT PRINTING
    • Defining Foot printing, Information Gathering Methodology
    • Locate the Network Range, Hacking Tools
    • SCANNING
    • Definition, Types, Objectives, Classification of Scanning
    • Scanning Methodology, Hacking Tool, Countermeasures
    • ENUMERATION
    • What is EnumerationNetBios Null Sessions
    • Hacking Tools, Enumerating User Accounts
    • Active Directory Enumeration and Countermeasures
    • SYSTEM HACKING
    • Administrator Password Guessing
    • Manual Password Cracking Algorithm
    • Automated Password Cracking, Password Types
    • Types of Password Attacks, Hacking Tools
    • SESSION 7-12: TROJANS AND BACKDOORS
    • Effect on Business, What is a Trojan
    • Overt and Covert Channels
    • Indications of a Trojan Attack
    • Reverse Engineering Trojans, Backdoor Countermeasures
    • SNIFFERS
    • Definition of sniffing
    • How a Sniffer worksPassive Sniffing
    • Active Sniffing, Hacking Tools, Sniffing Countermeasures
    • DENIAL OF SERVICE
    • What is Denial of Service?
    • Goal of DoS (Denial of Service)
    • Impact and Modes of Attack, DoS Attack Classification
    • Hacking Tools, Countermeasures for Reflected DoS
    • Tools for Detecting DDOS Attacks
    • SOCIAL ENGINEERING
    • What is Social EngineeringArt of Manipulation
    • Human Weakness, Common Types of Social Engineering
    • Human Based Impersonation
    • SESSION HIJACKING
    • Understanding Session Hijacking, Spoofing vs Hijacking
    • Steps in Session Hijacking, Types of Session Hijacking
    • Hacking Tools, Protection against Session Hijacking
    • Countermeasures: IP Security
    • HACKING WEB SERVERS
    • Popular Web Servers and Common Security Threats
    • Apache Vulnerability, Attack against IIS Console
    • Hacking Tools, Countermeasures
    • Increasing Web Server Security
    • SESSION 13-20: WEB APPLICATION VULNERABILITIES
    • Web Application Hacking, Anatomy of an Attack
    • Web Application Threats, Carnivore, Google Hacking
    • Countermeasures
    • WEB BASED PASSWORD CRACKING TECHNIQUES
    • Authentication- Definition, Authentication Mechanisms
    • Password Guessing, Query String, Cookies
    • Password Crackers Available
    • Hacking Tools, Countermeasures
    • SQL INJECTION
    • Attacking SQL Servers, SQL Server Resolution Service
    • Osql-L Probing, Port Scanning, SQL Server Talks
    • Preventive Measures
    • HACKING WIRELESS NETWORKS
    • Wireless Basics, Components of Wireless Network
    • Access Point Positioning, Rogue Access Points
    • Tools to Generate Rogue Access Points
    • Scanning Tools, Sniffing Tools
    • Securing Wireless Networks
    • WORMS AND VIRUSES
    • Virus Characteristics, Symptoms of 'virus-like' attack
    • Indications of a Virus Attack
    • Virus / Worms found in the wild
    • Virus writing tools, Virus Checkers, Virus Analyzers
    • PHYSICAL SECURITY
    • Understanding & Factors Affecting Physical Security
    • Wiretapping, Lock Picking Techniques
    • Spying Technologies
    • LINUX HACKING
    • Linux Basics, Linux Vulnerabilities, Scanning Networks
    • Scanning & Linux Security Tools
    • Adv. Intrusion Detection System
    • Linux Security Auditing Tool
    • Linux Security Countermeasures
    • EVADING FIREWALLS, IDS AND HONEYPOTS
    • Intrusion Detection Systems, Ways to Detect Intrusion
    • Types of Intrusion Detection System
    • Intrusion Detection Tools
    • Honeypot Project, Tools to Detect Honeypot
    • BUFFER OVERFLOWS
    • Buffer Overflows, How a Buffer Overflow Occurs
    • Shellcode, NOPS, Countermeasures
    • SESSION 21-32: PENETRATION TESTING
    • Introduction to Penetration Testing (PT)
    • Categories of security assessments
    • Vulnerability Assessment
    • Limitations of Vulnerability Assessment, Testing
    • Penetration Testing Tools, Threat
    • Other Tools Useful in Pen-Test
    • Phases of Penetration Testing
    • Post Attack Phase and Activities
    • Penetration Testing Deliverables Templates
    • COVERT HACKING
    • Insider Attacks, What is Covert Channel
    • Security Breach
    • Why Do You Want to Use Covert Channel
    • Motivation of a Firewall Bypass, Covert Channels Scope
    • Covert Channel: Attack Techniques
    • Simple Covert Attacks
    • Advanced Covert Attacks, Standard Direct Connection
    • Reverse Shell (Reverse Telnet)
    • WRITING VIRUS CODES
    • Introduction of Virus, Types of Viruses
    • Symptoms of a Virus Attack
    • Prerequisites for Writing Viruses
    • Required Tools and Utilities, Virus Infection Flow Chart
    • Components of Viruses, Testing Virus Codes
    • Tips for Better Virus Writing
    • ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE TUTORIAL
    • Base 10 System, Base 2 System
    • Decimal 0 to 15 in Binary
    • Binary Addition (C stands for Canary)
    • Hexadecimal Number, Hex Example, Hex Conversion
    • Nibble, Computer memory, Characters Coding
    • ASCII & UNICODE, CPU, Machine Language
    • Compilers, Clock Cycle, Original Registers
    • Instruction Pointer
    • Pentium Processor, Interrupts, Interrupt handler
    • External interrupts and Internal interrupts, Handlers
    • Machine & Assembly Language, Assembler
    • Assembly Language Vs High-level Language
    • Assembly Language Compilers, Instruction operands
    • MOV instruction, ADD instruction, SUB instruction
    • INC and DEC instructions, Directive, Preprocessor
    • equ directive, %define directive, Data directives
    • Labels, Input and output, C Interface, Call
    • Creating a Program
    • Assembling & Compiling the C code
    • Linking the object files
    • Understanding an assembly listing file
    • Big and Little Endian Representation, Skeleton File
    • Working with Integers, Signed integers
    • Signed Magnitude, Two’s Compliment
    • If statements, Do while loops
    • Indirect addressing, Subprogram
    • The Stack, The SS segment
    • ESP, The Stack Usage, The CALL and RET Instructions
    • General subprogram form, Local variables on the stack
    • General subprogram form with local variables
    • Multi-module program, Saving registers
    • Labels of functions
    • Calculating addresses of local variables
    • EXPLOIT WRITING
    • Exploits Overview, Purpose of Exploit Writing
    • Prerequisites for Writing Exploits and Shellcodes
    • Types of Exploits, Stack Overflow, Heap Corruption
    • The Proof-of-Concept and Commercial Grade Exploit
    • Converting a Proof of Concept Exploit to Commercial Grade
    • Attack Methodologies, Socket Binding Exploits
    • Tools for Exploit Writing, Steps for Writing an Exploit
    • Difference Between Windows & Linux Exploit, Shellcode
    • NULL Byte, Types of Shellcodes
    • Steps for Writing a Shellcode
    • Tools Used for Shellcode Development
    • Issues Involved With Shellcode Writing
    • SMASHING THE STACK FOR FUN AND PROFIT
    • What is a BufferStatic Vs Dynamic Variables
    • Stack Buffers, Data Region, Memory Process Regions
    • What Is A StackWhy Do We Use A Stack
    • The Stack Region, Stack frame, Stack pointer
    • Procedure Call, Compiling the code to assembly
    • Call Statement, Return Address (RET), Word Size, Stack
    • Buffer Overflows
    • Why do we get a segmentation violation
    • Segmentation Error, Instruction Jump
    • Guess Key Parameters, Calculation, Shell Code
    • SESSION 33-40: WINDOWS BASED BUFFER OVERFLOW EXPLOIT WRITING
    • Buffer & Stack overflow
    • Writing Windows Based Exploits
    • Exploiting stack based buffer overflow
    • OpenDataSource Buffer Overflow Vulnerability Details
    • Simple Proof of Concept, Windbg.exe
    • Analysis, EIP Register
    • Execution Flow, But where can we jump to?
    • Offset Address, The Query, Finding jmp esp
    • Debug.exe, listdlls.exe, Msvcrt.dll, Out.sql, The payload
    • ESP, Limited Space, Memory Address
    • Getting Windows API/function absolute address
    • Other Addresses, Compile the program, Final Code
    • REVERSE ENGINEERING
    • Positive Applications of Reverse Engineering
    • Ethical Reverse Engineering, World War Case Study
    • DMCA Act, What is Disassembler
    • Why do you need to decompile
    • Professional Disassembler Tools, Decompilers
    • Program Obfuscation
    • Convert Assembly Code to C++ code
    • Machine Decompilers
    • HACKING ROUTERS, CABLE MODEMS AND FIREWALLS
    • Network Devices, Identifying a Router
    • HTTP Configuration Arbitrary Administrative Access Vulnerability, ADMsnmp, Solarwinds MIB Browser
    • Brute-Forcing Login Services, Hydra
    • Analyzing the Router Config
    • Cracking the Enable Password
    • Tool: Cain and Abel, Implications of a Router Attack
    • Types of Router Attacks, Router Attack Topology
    • Denial of Service (DoS) Attacks
    • Packet “Mistreating” Attacks
    • Cisco Router, Eigrp-tool, Tool: Zebra
    • Tool: Yersinia for HSRP, CDP, and other layer 2 attacks
    • Tool: Cisco Torch, Monitoring SMTP (port25) Using SLcheck
    • Monitoring HTTP(port 80) Cable Modem Hacking
    • HACKING MOBILE PHONES, PDA AND HANDHELD DEVICES
    • Different OS in Mobile Phone
    • Different OS Structure in Mobile Phone
    • Evolution of Mobile Threat, What Can A Hacker Do
    • Vulnerabilities in Different Mobile Phones, Malware
    • Spyware, Blackberry, PDA, iPod, Viruses, Antivirus
    • Mobile: Is It a Breach to Enterprise Security
    • Security Tools, Defending Cell Phones and PDAs Against Attack, Mobile Phone Security Tips
    • BLUETOOTH HACKING
    • Bluetooth Introduction, Security Issues in Bluetooth
    • Security Attacks in Bluetooth Devices
    • Bluetooth hacking tools, Bluetooth Viruses and Worms
    • Bluetooth Security tools, Countermeasures
    • VOIP HACKING
    • What is VoIP, VoIP Hacking Step, Footprinting
    • Scanning, Enumeration, Steps to Exploit the Network
    • Covering Tracks
    • SPAMMING
    • Techniques used by Spammers
    • How Spamming is performed
    • Ways of Spamming, Statistics, Worsen ISP: Statistics
    • Top Spam Effected Countries: Statistics
    • Type of Spam Attacks, Spamming Tool
    • Anti-Spam Techniques, Anti- Spamming Tool
    • Countermeasures
    • SESSION 41-50: GOOGLE HACKING
    • What is Google hacking
    • What a hacker can do with vulnerable site
    • Anonymity with Caches, Using Google as a Proxy Server
    • Traversal Techniques, Extension Walking, Site Operator
    • Locating Public Exploit Sites
    • Locating Vulnerable Targets
    • Directory Listings, Web Server Software Error Messages
    • Application Software Error Messages, Default Pages
    • Searching for Passwords
    • HACKING EMAIL ACCOUNTS
    • Ways of Getting Email Account Information
    • Vulnerabilities
    • Email Hacking Tools, Securing Email Accounts
    • CRYPTOGRAPHY
    • Public-key Cryptography, Working of Encryption
    • Digital Signature, RSA (Rivest Shamir Adleman)
    • RC4, RC5, RC6, Blowfish, Algorithms and Security
    • Brute-Force Attack, RSA Attacks
    • Message Digest Functions
    • SHA (Secure Hash Algorithm) SSL (Secure Sockets Layer)
    • What is SSH, Government Access to Keys (GAK) RSA Challenge, Distributed.net, Code Breaking: Methodologies
    • Cryptography Attacks, Disk Encryption, Magic Lantern
    • WEPCrack, Cracking S/MIME Encryption Using Idle CPU Time
    • RFID HACKING
    • Components of RFID Systems, RFID Collision, RFID Risks
    • HACKING USB DEVICES
    • Electrical, Software, USB Attack on Windows
    • Viruses & Worm
    • Hacking Tools, USB Security Tools, Countermeasures
    • HACKING DATABASE SERVERS
    • Hacking Oracle Database Server & SQL Server
    • Security Tools
    • SQL Server Security Best Practices: Administrator and Developer Checklists
    • INTERNET CONTENT FILTERING TECHNIQUES
    • Introduction to Internet Filter
    • Key Features of Internet Filters
    • Pros & Cons of Internet Filters
    • Internet Content Filtering Tool
    • Internet Safety Guidelines for Children
    • SESSION 51-60: PRIVACY ON THE INTERNET
    • Internet, Proxy, Spyware, Email privacy, Cookies
    • Examining Information in Cookies
    • How Internet Cookies Work
    • How Google Stores Personal Information
    • Google Privacy Policy, Web Browsers, Web Bugs
    • Downloading Freeware, Internet Relay Chat
    • Pros and Cons of Internet Relay Chat
    • Electronic Commerce
    • Internet Privacy Tools: Anonymizers, Firewall Tools
    • Best Practices, Counter measures
    • SECURING LAPTOP COMPUTERS
    • Statistics for Stolen & Recovered Laptops
    • Statistics on Security
    • Percentage of Organization Following the Security Measures, Laptop threats, Laptop Theft
    • Fingerprint Reader
    • Protecting Laptops Through Face Recognition
    • Bluetooth in Laptops
    • Securing from Physical Laptop Thefts
    • Hardware Security for Laptops
    • Protecting the Sensitive Data
    • Preventing Laptop Communications from Wireless Threats, Security Tips
    • Protecting the Stolen Laptops from Being Used
    • CREATING SECURITY POLICIES
    • Security policies, Key Elements of Security Policy
    • Defining the Purpose and Goals of Security Policy
    • Role of Security Policy, Classification of Security Policy
    • Design of Security Policy, Contents of Security Policy
    • Configurations & Implementing Security Policies
    • Types of Security Policies, Policy Statements
    • Basic Document Set of Information Security Policies
    • E-mail, Software Security & Software License Policy
    • Points to Remember While Writing a Security Policy
    • SOFTWARE PIRACY AND WAREZ
    • Process of Software Activation, Piracy
    • Software Copy Protection Backgrounders
    • Warez, Tools
    • HACKING WEB BROWSERS
    • How Web Browsers Work
    • How Web Browsers Access HTML Documents
    • Protocols for an URL, Hacking Firefox, Firefox Security
    • Hacking Internet Explorer, Internet Explorer Security
    • Hacking Opera, Security Features of Opera
    • Hacking & Securing Safari, Hacking & Securing Netscape
    • PROXY SERVER TECHNOLOGIES
    • Working of Proxy Server, Types of Proxy Server
    • Socks Proxy, Free Proxy Servers
    • Use of Proxies for Attack, How Does MultiProxy Work
    • TOR Proxy Chaining Software, AnalogX Proxy, NetProxy
    • Proxy+, ProxySwitcher Lite, Tool: JAP, Proxomitron
    • SSL Proxy Tool, How to Run SSL Proxy
    • DATA LOSS PREVENTION
    • Causes of Data Loss, How to Prevent Data Loss
    • Impact Assessment for Data Loss Prevention, Tools
    • COMPUTER FORENSICS AND INCIDENT HANDLING
    • Computer Forensics, What is Computer Forensics
    • Need for Computer Forensics
    • Objectives of Computer Forensics
    • Stages of Forensic Investigation in Tracking Cyber Criminals
    • Key Steps in Forensic Investigations
    • List of Computer Forensics Tools, Incident Handling
    • Incident Management
    • Why don’t Organizations Report Computer Crimes
    • Estimating Cost of an Incident
    • Whom to Report an Incident, Incident Reporting
    • Vulnerability Resources, CSIRT: Goals and Strategy
    • FIREWALL TECHNOLOGIES
    • Hardware and Software Firewalls
    • Windows & Mac OS X Firewalls
    • SESSION 1-20: MINOR PROJECT

   Advantages of KVCH


  • Ethical Hacking Application Deployment on device with Linux and Windows
  • Ethical Hacking Application Deployment on Ethical Hacking Market
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   Training and Placement Assistance


KVCH has a dedicated placement cell that provides dedicated placement assistance to each one of the students. We understand how difficult it is for students to find a job in today’s competitive era. With millions of graduates in the market and only few jobs opportunities available, finding a job is the battle of the best.

KVCH provides students with the bundles of opportunities and a career breakthrough, we make sure that the students get the right opportunity at the right time at the right place. We have multiple campus drives and tie-ups with MNC’s which allows students of KVCH to land on to their dream jobs. We have a record of students who are placed by the KVCH because of the efforts of our Placement team.

 

   Top 16 Reasons to Choose KVCH for Ethical Hacking Training


  • Ethical Hacking training is designed according to current IT market.
  • Offer the best Ethical Hacking training and placement with well defined training modules and course sessions.
  • Facilitate regular, weekend and customized Ethical Hacking training..
  • One of the biggest team of Certified Expert Trainers with 5 to 15 years of Real Industry Experience.
  • Mentors of Ethical Hacking training in Delhi helps in major project training, minor project training, live project preparation, interview preparation and job placement support.
  • Smart Labs with Real Latest Equipments.
  • Smart classrooms fully equipped with projectors, live racks, Wi-Fi connectivity, Digital Pads.
  • Silent and Discussion Zone areas in Labs to enhance Self Study and Group Discussions.
  • Free of Cost Personality Development sessions including Spoken English, Group Discussions, Mock Interviews, Presentation skills.
  • Free of Cost Seminars for Personality Development & Personal Presentation.
  • Varity of Study Material: Books, PDF’s, Video Lectures, Sample questions, Interview Questions (Technical and HR), and Projects.
  • Globally Recognized Course Completion Certificate.
  • Extra Time Slots (E.T.S.) for Practical's(Unlimited), Absolutely Free.
  • The ability to retake the class at no-charge as often as desired.
  • One-on-One attention by instructors.
  • Helps students to take knowledge of complex technical concepts.
 

   KVCH Trainer's Profile for Ethical Hacking training


  • Are truly expert and fully up-to-date in the subjects they teach because they continue to spend time working on real-world industry applications.
  • Have received awards and recognition from our partners and various recognized IT Organizations.
  • Are working professionals working in multinational companies such as HCL Technologies, Birlasoft, TCS, IBM, Sapient, Agilent Technologies etc.
  • Are certified Professionals with 7+ years of experience.
  • Are Well connected with Hiring HRs in multinational companies.
 

   Placement Assistance after Ethical Hacking training


  • KVCH is the leader in offering placement to the students, as it has a dedicated placement wing which caters to the needs of the students during placements.
  • KVCH helps the students in the development of their RESUME as per current industry standards.
  • KVCH conducts Personality Development sessions including Spoken English, Group Discussions, Mock Interviews, Presentation skills to prepare students to face challenging interview situation with ease.
  • KVCH has prepared its students to get placed in top IT FIRMS like HCL, TCS, Infosys, Wipro, Accenture and many more.
 

   KVCH Course duration for Ethical Hacking training


  • Fast Track Training Program (6+ hours daily)
  • Regular Classes (Morning, Day time & Evening)
  • Weekend Training Classes (Saturday, Sunday & Holidays)
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