Learning Path

EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker v11 (2021 Update)

    Syllabus

  • Covert channels and exfiltration Course — 00:13:42
    • This course is demonstrates how covert communications work, using packet capturing techniques.

  • Password cracking Course — 00:08:29
    • This course is a in-depth demonstration of password cracking.

  • Network-based attacks Course — 01:01:47
    • This course will cover all the things you need to know about network attack vectors.

  • Hacking web servers Course — 00:07:41
    • This course gives an introduction to hacking web servers and touches on the CEH objectives related to this.

  • Exploitation Course — 00:55:59
    • This course covers how exploitation works and how exploits are written from scratch.

  • Network discovery and recon Course — 01:27:43
    • Take this very deep dive in the world’s most-used discovery and port scanner: Nmap.

  • Recon and footprinting Course — 00:56:06
    • This course introduces the concept of footprinting and reconnaissance and shows how it’s used for real-world penetration testing activities.

  • IoT and OT hacking Course — 00:18:37
    • This course introduces IoT vulnerabilities and technologies.

  • Hacking wireless networks Course — 00:13:41
    • This course dives into the basics of wireless security and hacking wireless networks.

  • Network intrusion detection Course — 00:19:53
    • This course is a hands-on introduction to intrusion detection and how it works.

  • Social engineering Course — 00:24:39
    • This course guides you through an introduction to social engineering, including an advanced demonstration.

  • Web application hacking Course — 01:28:47
    • This course provides a high-level lecture on web application vulnerabilities, such as the OWASP Top 10.

  • Malware, Trojans and backdoors Course — 00:41:13
    • This course teaches you about common malware and Trojans as it relates to CEH and the real world.

  • Vulnerability analysis Course — 00:25:41
    • A look into vulnerability scanning and identification.

  • Network protocol fundamentals Course — 00:14:31
    • This course introduces the basics of network protocols and how data gets from one place to another.

  • Applied python Course — 00:06:49
    • This short video course introduces Python in an applicable way.

  • Introduction to Certified Ethical Hacking and penetration testing Course — 00:31:41
    • This is an overview of the entire certified ethical hacking learning path.

  • Cloud computing Course — 00:19:11
    • This course goes into cloud services and covers the CEH exam objectives.

  • CEH Practice Exam Assessment — 01:53:00

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What you will learn

Explore certified ethical hacking. This path is a perfect mixture of demonstration, lectures, and detailed walkthroughs of all concepts. You will learn everything from the very basics, such as what the CIA triad is and how it applies to penetration testing, all the way to something as in-depth as how to write exploits from scratch.

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Meet the author

Keatron Evans is a cybersecurity and workforce development expert with over 17 years of experience in penetration testing, incident response and information security management for federal agencies and Fortune 500 organizations. He is Principal Security Researcher at Infosec Institute, where he empowers the human side of cybersecurity with cyber knowledge and skills to outsmart cybercrime. Keatron is an established researcher, instructor and speaker, as well as the lead author of the best selling book, Chained Exploits: Advanced Hacking Attacks from Start to Finish. He regularly speaks at industry events like Black Hat, OWASP, ISACA and RSA, and serves as a cybersecurity subject matter expert for major media outlets like CNN, Fox News, Information Security Magazine and more.

Keatron holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Information Systems and dozens of cybersecurity certifications, including Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP) and Licensed Penetration Tester (LTP). When not teaching, speaking or managing his incident response business, KM Cyber Security LLC, Keatron enjoys practicing various martial arts styles, playing piano and bass guitar, and spending time with his family.

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How to claim CPEs

Should you complete this learning path, you’ll be able to download a certificate of completion. Use this to claim your CPEs or CPUs.

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