Complete CEH Course 0 to Hero

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Module 1: Introduction to Ethical Hacking & Network Scanning

a) What is Ethical Hacking?
The Role of Ethical Hackers in Cybersecurity
b) Differences Between Ethical Hacking and Unethical Hacking
c) Legal and Ethical Considerations in Ethical Hacking
d) Phases of Ethical Hacking
e) Reconnaissance and Information Gathering
Scanning and Enumeration Techniques
f) Vulnerability Assessment and Analysis
g) Exploitation and Post-Exploitation Concepts
h) Common Hacking Methodologies Types of Hackers and Hacking Attacks
i) Incident Response and Handling
j) Introduction to Kali Linux
k) Setting up a Virtual Lab for Ethical Hacking
l) What is IPv4 how does work?
m) What is VPN and how does it works?
n) Understanding Network Scanning in Ethical Hacking
o) Port Scanning Techniques (TCP, UP)
p) Scanning for Live Hosts
q) Stealthy Scanning Techniques (Fragmentation, Idle Scan, etc.)
r) Scanning for Open Ports and Services
s) OS Fingerprinting and Banner Grabbing
t) Vulnerability Scanning with Nessus
u) Scanning and Enumerating Web Applications
v) Scanning for Wireless Networks (Wi-Fi)
w) Scanning for Bluetooth Devices
x) Scanning loT Devices and Protocols
y) Scanning Mobile Applications and Platforms
z) Scanning Cloud-Based Systems

Module 2: Footprinting and Reconnaissance

a) Information Gathering and Footprinting Concepts
b) Passive vs. Active Information Gathering Gathering Information from Public Sources (Open Source Intelligence)
c) Using Search Engines and Social Media for Reconnaissance
d) DNS Enumeration and Zone Transfers Whois Lookup and Domain Registration Information
e) Network Scanning Techniques
f) Banner Grabbing and Service Identification
g) Network Mapping and Diagramming SNMP Enumeration and Analysis
h) NetBIOS Enumeration
i) LDAP Enumeration and Analysis
j) SMTP Enumeration
k) Enumeration through DNS Zone Transfers Enumeration with Nmap Scripts (NSE)

Module 3: Enumeration

a) Enumeration Concepts and Goals
b) NetBIOS and SMB Enumeration
c) LDAP Enumeration and Analysis
d) NFS Enumeration and Exploitation
e) SNMP Enumeration and Community Strings
f) SMTP Enumeration and User Enumeration
g) DNS Enumeration and Zone Transfers

h) NTP and SNMP Enumeration
i) Enumerating Users from Web Applications
j) Enumerating Website Directories and Files
Enumerating Databases and SQL Servers
k) Enumeration via VolP Services
l) Enumeration on Cloud Platforms
m) Active Directory Enumeration

Module 4: Vulnerability Analysis

a) Vulnerability Assessment vs. Penetration Testing
b) Identifying Vulnerabilities in Systems and Networks
c) Vulnerability Scanning with OpenVAS
d) Manual Vulnerability Assessment Techniques
e) Analyzing Vulnerability Reports and Scoring (CVSS)
f) Web Application Vulnerability Scanning with OWASP ZAP
g) Exploiting Web Application Vulnerabilities (e.g., SQL Injection)
h) Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities and Exploitation
i) Exploiting Misconfigurations and Weak Permissions
j) Assessing Wireless Security Vulnerabilities
Analyzing Vulnerabilities in loT Devices

Module 5: Learn Python Scratch to Advanced

a) Introduction to Python Programming
b) Variables, Data Types, and Operators in Python
c) Conditional Statements (if, elif, else)
d) Loops (for, while) and Iterations
e) Lists, Tuples, Sets, and Dictionaries
f) Functions and Modules in Python
g) File Handling in Python
h) Exception Handling
i) Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) in Python
j) Regular Expressions in Python Working with Date and Time in Python
k) Introduction to Python Libraries (NumPy, Pandas, etc.)
l) Handling JSON and XML Data in Python
m) Web Scraping with Python
n) Introduction to Scripting
o) Interacting with the Operating System in Python
p) Reading and Writing Files using Scripts Automating Tasks with Python Scripts
q) Handling Command-Line Arguments
r) Working with CS and Excel Spreadsheets
s) Scripting Network and Socket Operations
t) Scripting Database Operations
u) Sending Emails with Python Scripts
v) Web Application Testing and Automation with Python Using Python for Penetration Testing
w) Scripting Automated Security Scans
x) Creating and Using Custom Python Modules
y) Debugging and Testing Python Scr 4
z) Creating GUIs with Python (Tkinter)

Module 6: System Hacking & Malware Threats

a) Overview of System Hacking
b) Understanding Password Cracking Techniques
c) Brute-Force and Dictionary Attacks
d) Cracking Windows Passwords
e) Cracking Linux Passwords
f) Privilege Escalation on Windows and Linux
Hacking Windows Registry
h) Hacking BIOS and Firmware
i) Rootkits and Rootkit Detection
j) Hiding Files and Folders
k) Exploiting Weak File Permissions
l) Trojans, Backdoors, and RATs
m) Bypassing Antivirus Software
n) Keyloggers and Spyware
o) Covering Tracks and Anti-Forensics Techniques
p) Introduction to Malware
q) Types of Malware (Viruses, Worms, Trojans, Ransomware, etc.)
r) Malware Distribution Techniques
s) Malware Analysis and Reverse Engineering
t) Detecting and Identifying Malware Infections
u) Removing Malware and Cleaning Infected Systems
v) Botnets and Botnet Attacks
Creating and Deploying Basic Malware
x) Evading Behavioral Analysis
y) Polymorphic and Metamorphic Malware
z) Detecting Malicious Network Traffic
aa) Memory Forensics and Malware Detection
bb) Mobile Malware and Mitigation
cc) loT Malware and Security Measures
dd) Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) and Case Studies

Module 7: C++ Uncovered

a) Introduction to C++ Programming
b) C++ Basics: Variables, Data Types, and Operators
c) Control Flow Statements (if, else, switch, while, for)
d) Functions and Function Overloading
e) Arrays and Pointers in C++
f) Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) in C++
g) Classes and Objects
h) Constructors and Destructors
i) Inheritance and Polymorphism
j) Operator Overloading
k) File Handling in C++
l) Exception Handling in C++
m) Templates and Generic Programming
n) Standard Template Library (STL)
o) Introduction to Memory Management in C++

Module 8: Sniffing

a) Introduction to Network Sniffing
b) Types of Network Sniffing Attacks
c) Promiscuous Mode and Packet Capture
d) Capturing Packets with Wireshark
e) Analyzing Network Protocols (TCP, UDP, HTTP, etc.)
f) ARP Spoofing and Poisoning
DNS Spoofing and Cache Poisoning
g) MitM (Man-in-the-Middle) Attacks
h) SSL/TLS Stripping
i) Sniffing Encrypted Traffic with Tools (e.g., SSLsplit)

j) Sniffing VolP and SIP Traffic
k) Detecting and Preventing Sniffing Attacks
l) Packet Injection and Replay Attacks
m) Sniffing on Wireless Networks (WLAN)
n) Case Studies and Real-World Examples of Sniffing Attacks

Module 9: Social Engineering

a) Understanding Social Engineering Techniques
b) Pretexting and Impersonation
c) Phishing Attacks and Email Spoofing
d) Spear Phishing and Whaling
e) Baiting and Tailgating
f) Dumpster Diving and Physical Social Engineering

g) Vishing (Voice Phishing) Attacks
h) Smishing (SMS Phishing) Attacks
i) Watering Hole Attacks
j) Insider Threats and Social Engineering

k) Social Engineering through Social Media
l) Eliciting Information and Influencing Behavior

m) Social Engineering in Penetration Testing
n) Preventing Social Engineering Attacks
o) Social Engineering Awareness and Training

Module 10: Denial-of-Service

a) Introduction to DoS and DDoS Attacks
b) Types of Denial-of-Service Attacks
c) DoS Attack Techniques (e.g., SYN Flood, UDP Flood, etc.)
g) DDoS Attack Vectors (e.g., DNS Amplification, NTP Reflection)
h) Botnets and DoS/DDoS Attacks
i) DoS/DDoS Attack Tools and Botnet Creation
j) DoS/DDoS Attack Mitigation Techniques
k) Web Application DoS Attacks
l) Buffer Overflow DoS Attacks
m) Distributed Reflective DoS (DRDoS) Attacks
n) Mobile DoS Attacks and Vulnerabilities
p) DoS Attacks on Network Devices
q)Impact of DoS/DDoS Attacks on Business Continuity
r) Incident Response for DoS/DDoS Attacks
s)Legal and Ethical Implications of Conducting DoS/DDoS Testing

*Module 11: Session Hijacking*

a) Understanding Session Hijacking
b) Session Management and Cookies
c) Session Hijacking Techniques (Session Sidejacking, Session Re| Man-in-the-Browser (MITB) Attacks
d) Session Hijacking through Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)
e) Session Fixation Attacks
f) Session Hijacking via Sniffing and ARP Poisoning
g) Session Hijacking Tools and Exploits
h) Preventing and Detecting Session Hijacking
Session Management Best Practices
Web Application Security Headers
i) Token-Based Authentication and JWT Security
j) Single Sign-On (SSO) Vulnerabilities
Securing Sessions in Mobile Applications
Case Studies of Session Hijacking Attacks and Mitigation

*Module 12: Hacking Webservers*

a) Overview of Web Server Security
b) Common Web Server Vulnerabilities (e.g., Directory Traversal
c) Exploiting Web Server Misconfigurations
d) Brute-Forcing Authentication on Web Servers
e) Gaining Unauthorized Access (e.g., Weak Credentials, Default |
f) Web Server and CMS (Content Management System) Exploits
g) Privilege Escalation on Web Servers
h) Web Shell Attacks and Remote Code Execution
i) Securing Web Servers and Patch Management
j) Web Application Firewalls (WAFt) and Web Server Security Apr Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF) Attacks
k) Server-Side Template Injection (SSTI)
l) Denial-of-Service (DoS) Attacks on Web Servers
m) Case Studies of Web Server Hacking
n) Responsible Disclosure and Reporting Vulnerabilities

*Module 13: Hacking Web Applications*

a) Introduction to Web Application Security
b) Web Application Architecture and Components
c) Web Application Threats and Attacks
d) Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) Attacks
SQL Injection Attacks
Command Injection Attacks
e) File Upload Vulnerabilities and Exploits
f) Insecure Direct Object References (IDOR)
g) Security Misconfigurations in Web Applications
Clickjacking Attacks
h) XML External Entity (XXE) Attacks
i) Web Application Security Scanners
j) Web Application Firewall (WAF) Implementation
k) Secure Software Development and Secure Coding Practices

*Module 14: PHP & Javascript & SQL Injection*

a) Introduction to PHP and Server-Side Scripting
b) Common PHP Vulnerabilities (e.g., Code Injection, RFI, LFI) PHP Session Security and Management
c) Securing PHP Configuration and File Uploads
d) PHP Object Injection and Serialization Vulnerabilities
e) Introduction to JavaScript and Client-Side Scripting
Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) in JavaScript
f) DOM-based XSS Attacks
g) Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) in JavaScript
h) Securing JavaScript Code and Best Practices
i) Client-Side Authentication and Data Validation
j) JavaScript Obfuscation and Deobfuscation Techniques
k) JavaScript Security Tools and Libraries
l) Single Page Applications (SPAs) Security
m) Understanding SQL Injection
n) SQL Injection Types (e.g., Union-Based, Blind, Time-Based)
o) Manual SQL Injection Techniques
p) Automated SQL Injection Tools (e.g., SQLMap)
q) Exploiting SQL Injection Vulnerabilities
r) Bypassing Web Application Firewalls (WAFs) for SQL Injection
s) Preventing SQL Injection Attacks
t) Secure Database Access and Prepared Statements
u) ORM (Object-Relational Mapping) Security
v) Database Firewall and IDS/IPS for SQL Injection
w) Second-Order SQL Injection
x) Out-of-Band (OOB) SQL Injection
y) SQL Injection in NoSQL Databases
z) Case Studies of SQL Injection Attacks

*Module 15: Hacking Wireless Networks*

a) Wireless Network Security Overview
b) Wi-Fi Encryption and Authentication Protocols (WEP, WPA, WPA2)
c) Wi-Fi Cracking Tools (e.g., Aircrack-ng)
d) Cracking Wi-Fi Passwords and Keys
e) Wi-Fi Deauthentication and Disassociation Attacks
f) Rogue Access Points and Evil Twins
g) Wi-Fi Pineapple and Man-in-the-Middle Attacks
h) Wi-Fi Jamming and Denial-of-Service (DoS) Attacks
i) Wi-Fi Security Best Practices and Configurations
j) Wi-Fi Security Auditing and Assessments
Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) Vulnerabilities
k) Wi-Fi Penetration Testing Methodology
l) Securing Enterprise Wi-Fi Networks
m) Wireless Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems (WIDS/WI
n) Case Studies of Wireless Network Hacking

*Module 16: Hacking Mobile Platforms*

a) Mobile Security Overview
b) Android Security Architecture
c) Android App Components and Permissions
d) Android Application Analysis and Reverse Engineering
e) Android Application Penetration Testing
f) Exploiting Android App Vulnerabilities
g) iOS Security Architecture
h) iOS App Security Analysis and Penetration Testing
i) iOS Jailbreaking and Exploitation
j) Mobile App Web Services and API Security
Mobile App Code Obfuscation and Tampering
k) Mobile Device Management (MDM) Security
l) Mobile Payment Security
m) Mobile Security Best Practices
n) Case Studies of Mobile Platform Hacking

*Module 17: Java Programming*

a) Introduction to Java Programming
b) Java Basics: Variables, Data Types, and Operators
c) Control Flow Statements (if, else, switch, while, for)
d) Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) in Java
e) Classes and Objects
Inheritance and Polymorphism in Java
f) Exception Handling in Java
g) File Handling in Java
h) Java Collections Framework
i) Multithreading and Concurrency in Java
j) Networking in Java
k) Java Servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSP)
Securing Java Applications
Java Security Managers and Policies
Java Application Security Best Practices

*Module 18: loT Hacking*

a) Introduction to Internet of Things (loT)
b) loT Security Challenges and Vulnerabilities
c) loT Device Authentication and Authorization
d) loT Protocols and Communication Security
e) Firmware Analysis and Reverse Engineering for loT Devices
f) Exploiting loT Device Vulnerabilities
g) Hacking Smart Homes and Home Automation Systems
h) loT Botnets and DDoS Attacks
i) Securing loT Devices and Networks
j) loT Security Auditing and Penetration Testing
k) loT Forensics and Incident Response
l) Privacy Concerns in loT
m) loT Standards and Security Frameworks
n) Ethical Hacking of Wearable Devices
o) Case Studies of loT Hacking

*Module 19: Cloud Computing*

a) Introduction to Cloud Computing
b) Cloud Service Models (laaS, PaaS, SaaS)
c) Cloud Deployment Models (Public, Private, Hybrid, Multi-Cloud)
d) Cloud Security Challenges and Risks
e) Securing Cloud Infrastructure
f) Identity and Access Management (IAM) in Cloud
g) Data Security and Encryption in Cloud
h) Cloud Compliance and Legal Considerations
i) Cloud Penetration Testing
j) Serverless Security
Container Security (e.g., Docker, Kubernetes)
k) Cloud Security Monitoring and Incident Response
l) Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF) in Cloud Environments
m) Cloud Security Best Practices
n) Case Studies of Cloud Security Incidents

*Module 20: Cryptography*

a) Introduction to Cryptography
b) Symmetric Encryption Algorithms (e.g., AES, DES)
c) Asymmetric Encryption Algorithms (e.g., RSA, ECC)
Hash Functions and Message Digests
d) Digital Signatures and Certificates
e) Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
f) Key Exchange Protocols (e.g., Diffie-Hellman)
g) Cryptanalysis Techniques
h) Brute-Force and Dictionary Attacks on Ciphers
i) Steganography and Steganalysis
j) Cryptography in Web Applications (HTTPS, TLS)
k) Post-Quantum Cryptography
l) Cryptography in Mobile Applications
Homomorphic Encryption and Secure Multi-Party Computation
Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies

*Module 21: CTFs (Capture The Flag)*

a) What are Capture The Flag (CTF) Challenges?
b) Types of CTFs (Jeopardy, Attack-Defense, Boot2Root, etc.)
CTF Tools and Setup
Solving Basic CTF Challenges (Reconnaissance, Web Exploitation, Cryptography)
c) Solving Intermediate CTF Challenges (Binary Exploitation, Reverse Engineering)
d) Solving Advanced CTF Challenges (Forensics, Steganography, Network Analysis)
CTF Strategies and Tips
CTF Write-ups and Documentation
e) Participating in Online CTF Competitions
f) Hosting a CTF Event
g) Legal and Ethical Considerations in CTFs
CTF Platforms and Websites
h) CTF Challenges for Mobile and loT Security
i) Real-World Scenarios and Skills

*Module 22: Bug Bounty*

a) Understanding Bug Bounty Programs
b) Participating in Bug Bounty Platforms
c) Responsible Disclosure and Bug Reporting
d) Bug Bounty Scope and Rules
e) Identifying Vulnerabilities in Web Applications
f) Exploiting and Demonstrating Vulnerabilities
Writing Clear and Impactful Bug Reports
g) Bug Bounty Tips and Strategies
h) Collaborating with Program Owners and Security Teams
i) Bug Bounty Rewards and Recognition
j) Bug Bounty Legal Considerations
k) Handling Duplicate Reports and False Positives
l) Advanced Bug Bounty Techniques
m) Bug Bounty Case Studies and Success Stories
n) Continuous Learning and Advancing Bug Bounty Skills


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