Learn Ethical Hacking
The Ethical Hacking skill path helps you master a repeatable, documentable penetration testing methodology. You'll learn how to use the same techniques used by malicious hackers to carry out an ethical hack and assess your organization's vulnerabilities.
Ethical Hacking training
This learning path teaches you the necessary hacking skills to conduct a formal penetration test. As you progress through 11 courses, you’ll build core pentesting skills such as intelligence gathering, reconnaissance, device exploitation, stealth techniques and more. Upon completion, you’ll have the knowledge and skills to carry out a penetration test against an organization to identify weaknesses and potential avenues of attack.
Learning path components
What you’ll learn.
- Penetration testing methodologies
- Conducting reconnaissance
- Common attacks, such as overflows and SQL injection
- Exploiting different types of devices
- Escalation and stealth techniques
- And more!
Who is this for?
A firm understanding of the Windows OS, exposure to the Linux OS or other Unix-based OS, and a grasp of the TCP/IP protocols are recommended. This skill path is designed for:
- Security analysts
- Security consultants
- Vulnerability researchers
- Penetration testers
- Anyone with a desire to build their hacking skills!
Penetration Testing Cyber Range
This cyber range helps you develop your knowledge of penetration testing and ethical hacking by practicing on cloud-hosted virtual machines. You’ll build and reinforce your skills as you progress through labs covering a wide range of pentesting topics, including abusing protocols, scanning for vulnerabilities, identifying exploits and delivering payloads, and more. You’ll also perform several Capture the Flag (CTF) exercises designed to validate your new pentesting skills.
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