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This course is targeted towards aspiring information security professionals who aren't sure where to start.
Beginning with basic security fundamentals, this course elevates through more advanced topics, ultimately providing you with the knowledge you need to pass the globally-recognized Comp TIA Security certification exam.
You'll track from a beginning to advanced level and by the time you finish you'll be able to launch attacks and test the security of websites and apps the same way that black hat hackers would, and be able to fix these vulnerabilities.
This course will introduce you to the latest ethical hacking tools and techniques with Kali Linux, using a testing lab for practicing different types of attacks.
In this course you'll start with the basics of social engineering and elevate to an advanced enough level to be able to hack into all major operating systems, generate different types of Trojans, and deliver them using smart social engineering practices.
This tool create an rogue Wi-Fi access point, purporting to provide wireless Internet services, but snooping on the traffic.… continue reading »
A Black Path Toward The Sun. Web application servers and appliances are often one of the most highly-visible entry points into an organization or high-security network.… continue reading »
On this post we are going to talk about honeypots and honeypot networks, how they can be used to protect your systems. We are going to talk specifically.… continue reading »
SLES8 SP4 Release Notes. Posted on March 27, 2006. Filed under SLES Release Notes for UnitedLinux 1.0 x86 Service Pack 4 Knowledgebase Last… continue reading »
Looking for advices and tutoring! I am over 80, using Windows since DOS 3, Then I had no problems! Followed by Win 7, still not to BAD BUT with W10 I am STOOLED.… continue reading »
As a Reverse Engineer at Tenable, I investigate disclosed vulnerabilities in order to write remote plugins for the Nessus® vulnerability scanner. Each investigation.… continue reading »