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Career Academy Hacking

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Module 1

  • Ethical Hacking and Penetration Testing
  • Security 101
  • Hacking Hall of Fame
  • What are Today's hackers Like?
  • Today's Hackers
  • Risk Management
  • Evolution of Threats
  • Typical Vulnerability Life Cycle
  • What is Ethical Hacking?
  • Rise of the Ethical Hacker
  • Types of Security Test
  • Penetration Test (Pen-test)
  • Red Teams
  • Testing Methodology
  • VMWare Workstation
  • Windows and Linux Running VMWare
  • Linux Is a Must
  • Linux Survival Skills
  • Useful vi Editor Commands
  • Module 1 Review
Module 2
  • Footprinting and Reconnaissance
  • Desired Information
  • Find Information by the Target (Edgar)
  • terraserver.microsoft.com
  • Network Reconnaissance & DNS Search
  • Query Whois Databases
  • Command-Line Whois Searches
  • ARIN whois: Search IP Address Blocks
  • SamSpade Tool and Website
  • Internet Presence
  • Look Through Source Code
  • Mirror Website
  • Find Specific Types of Systems
  • Big Brother
  • AltaVista
  • Specific Data Being Available?
  • Anonymizers
  • Countermeasures to Information Leakage
  • Social Engineering
  • DNS Zone Transfer
  • Nslookup command-line utility
  • Zone Transfer from Linux
  • Automated Zone Transfers
  • Zone Transfer Countermeasures
  • CheckDNS
  • Tracing Out a Network Path
  • tracert Output
  • Free Tools
  • Paratrace
  • War Dialing for Hanging Modems
  • Manual and Automated War Dialing
  • Case Study
  • guidedogs
  • Footprinting Countermeasures
  • Demo - Footprinting & Info Gathering
  • Module 2 Review
Module 3
  • TCP/IP Basics and Scanning
  • The OSI Model
  • TCP/IP Protocol Suite Layers
  • Encapsulation
  • Data-Link Protocols
  • IP - Internet Protocol, Datagram (Packet)
  • ICMP Packets
  • UDP – User Datagram Protocol
  • UDP Datagram
  • TCP – Transmission Control Protocol
  • TCP Segment
  • TCP/IP 3-Way Handshake and Flags
  • TCP and UDP Ports
  • Ping Sweeps
  • Good Old Ping, Nmap, TCP Ping Sweep
  • TCP Sweep Traffic Captured
  • Unix Pinging Utilities
  • Default TTLs
  • Pinging Countermeasures
  • Port Scanning
  • Nmap
  • Advanced Probing Techniques
  • Scanrand
  • Port Probing Countermeasures
  • Watch Your Own Ports
  • Demo - Scanning Tools
  • Module 3 Review
Module 4
  • Enumeration and Verification
  • Operating System Identification
  • Differences Between OS TCP/IP Stack
  • Nmap -O
  • Active vs Passive Fingerprinting
  • Xprobe/Xprobe2
  • Countermeasures
  • SNMP Overview
  • SNMP Enumeration
  • SMTP, Finger, and E-mail Aliases
  • Gleaning Information from SMTP
  • SMTP E-mail Alias Enumeration
  • SMTP Enumeration Countermeasures
  • CIFS/SMB
  • Attack Methodology
  • Find Domains and Computers
  • NetBIOS Data
  • NBTscan
  • NULL Session
  • Local and Domain Users
  • Find Shares with net view
  • enum: the All-in-one
  • Winfo and NTInfoScan (ntis.exe)
  • Digging in the Registry
  • NetBIOS Attack Summary
  • NetBIOS Countermeasures
  • What’s this SID Thing Anyway?
  • Common SIDs and RIDs
  • whoami
  • RestrictAnonymous
  • USER2SID/SID2USER
  • psgetsid.exe and UserDump Tool
  • LDAP and Active Directory
  • GUI Tools to Perform the Same Actions
  • Demo - Enumeration
  • Module 4 Review
Module 5
  • Hacking & Defending Wireless/Modems
  • Phone Numbers & Modem Background
  • Phone Reconnaissance
  • Modem Attacks
  • Wireless Reconnaissance
  • Wireless Background
  • Wireless Reconnaissance Continued
  • Wireless Sniffing
  • Cracking WEP Keys
  • Defending Wireless
  • Module 5 Review
Module 6
  • Hacking & Defending Web Servers
  • Web Servers in General: HTTP
  • Uniform Resource Locator: URL
  • Apache Web Server Functionality
  • Apache: Attacking Mis-configurations
  • Apache: Attacking Known Vulnerabilities
  • Defending Apache Web Server
  • Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS)
  • IIS: Security Features
  • IIS: Attacking General Problems
  • IIS: IUSER or IWAM Level Access
  • IIS: Administrator or Sys Level Access
  • IIS: Clearing IIS Logs
  • IIS: Defending and Countermeasures
  • Web Server Vulnerability Scanners
  • Demo - Hacking Web Servers
  • Module 6 Review
Module 7
  • Hacking & Defending Web Applications
  • Background on Web Threat & Design
  • Basic Infrastructure Information
  • Information Leaks on Web Pages
  • Hacking over SSL
  • Use the Source, Luke…
  • Functional/Logic Testing
  • Attacking Authentication
  • Attacking Authorization
  • Debug Proxies: @stake webproxy
  • Input Validation Attacks
  • Attacking Session State
  • Attacking Web Clients
  • Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) Threats
  • Defending Web Applications
  • Module 7 Review
Module 8
  • Sniffers and Session Hijacking
  • Sniffers
  • Why Are Sniffers so Dangerous?
  • Collision & Broadcast Domains
  • VLANs and Layer-3 Segmentation
  • tcpdump & WinDump
  • Berkley Packet Filter (BPF)
  • Libpcap & WinPcap
  • BUTTSniffing Tool and dSniff
  • Ethereal
  • Mitigation of Sniffer Attacks
  • Antisniff
  • ARP Poisoning
  • MAC Flooding
  • DNS and IP Spoofing
  • Session Hijacking
  • Sequence Numbers
  • Hunt
  • Ettercap
  • Source Routing
  • Hijack Countermeasures
  • Demo - Sniffers
  • Module 8 Review
Module 9
  • Hacking & Defending Windows Systems
  • Physical Attacks
  • LANMan Hashes and Weaknesses
  • WinNT Hash and Weaknesses
  • Look for Guest, Temp, Joe Accounts
  • Direct Password Attacks
  • Before You Crack: Enum Tool
  • Finding More Account Information
  • Cracking Passwords
  • Grabbing the SAM
  • Crack the Obtained SAM
  • LSA Secrets and Trusts
  • Using the Newly Guessed Password
  • Bruteforcing Other Services
  • Operating System Attacks
  • Hiding Tracks: Clearing Logs
  • Hardening Windows Systems
  • Strong 3-Factor Authentication
  • Creating Strong Passwords
  • Authentication
  • Windows Account Lockouts
  • Auditing Passwords
  • File Permissions
  • Demo - Attacking Windows Systems
  • Module 9 Review

Module 10
  • Hacking & Defending Unix Systems
  • Physical Attacks on Linux
  • Password Cracking
  • Brute Force Password Attacks
  • Stack Operation
  • Race Condition Errors
  • Format String Errors
  • File System Attacks
  • Hiding Tracks
  • Single User Countermeasure
  • Strong Authentication
  • Single Sign-On Technologies
  • Account Lockouts
  • Shadow Password Files
  • Buffer Overflow Countermeasures
  • LPRng Countermeasures
  • Tight File Permissions
  • Hiding Tracks Countermeasures
  • Removing Unnecessary Applications
  • DoS Countermeasures
  • Hardening Scripts
  • Using SSH & VPNs to Prevent Sniffing
  • Demo - Attacking Unix Systems
  • Module 10 Review
Module 11
  • Rootkits, Backdoors, Trojans & Tunnels
  • Types Of Rootkits
  • A Look at LRK
  • Examples of Trojaned Files
  • Windows NT Rootkits
  • NT Rootkit
  • AFX Windows Rootkit 2003
  • Rootkit Prevention Unix
  • Rootkit Prevention Windows
  • netcat
  • netcat: Useful Unix Commands
  • netcat: What it Looks Like
  • VNC-Virtual Network Computing
  • Backdoor Defenses
  • Trojans
  • Back Orifice 2000
  • NetBus
  • SubSeven
  • Defenses to Trojans
  • Tunneling
  • Loki
  • Other Tunnels
  • Q-2.4 by Mixter
  • Starting Up Malicious Code
  • Defenses Against Tunnels
  • Manually Deleting Logs
  • Tools to Modify Logs
  • Demo - Trojans
  • Module 11 Review
Module 12
  • Denial of Service and Botnets
  • Denial-of-Service Attacks
  • CPUHog
  • Ping of Death
  • Teardrop Attacks
  • Jolt2
  • Smurf Attacks
  • SYN Attacks
  • UDP Floods
  • Distributed DoS
  • DDoS Tool: Trin00
  • Other DDoS Variation
  • History of Botnets
  • Anatomy of a Botnet
  • Some Common Bots
  • Demo - Denial of Service
  • Module 12 Review
Module 13
  • Automated Pen Testing Tools
  • General: Definitions
  • General:What?
  • General: Why?
  • Core Impact™ Framework
  • Core Impact™ Operation
  • Canvas™ Framework
  • Canvas™ Operation
  • Metasploit Framework
  • Metasploit Operation
  • Demo - Automated Pen Testing
  • Module 13 Review
Module 14
  • Intrusion Detection Systems
  • Types of IDSs
  • Network IDSs
  • Distributed IDSs (DIDSs)
  • Anomaly Detection
  • Signature Detection
  • Common IDS Software Products
  • Introduction to Snort
  • Attacking an IDS
  • Eluding Techniques
  • Testing an IDS
  • Hacking Tool - NIDSbench
  • Hacking Tool - Fragroute
  • Hacking Tool - SideStep
  • Hacking Tool - ADMmutate
  • Other IDS Evasion Tools
  • Demo - IDS and Snort
  • Module 14 Review
Module 15
  • Firewalls
  • Firewall Types
  • Application Layer Gateways
  • ALGs (Proxies)
  • Stateful Inspection Engine
  • Hybrid Firewall
  • Host-Based Firewall
  • Network-Based Firewall
  • DMZ (Demilitarized Zone)
  • Back-to-Back Firewalls
  • Bastion Hosts
  • Control Traffic Flow
  • Multiple DMZs
  • Controlling Traffic Flow
  • Why Do I Need a Firewall?
  • What Should I Filter?
  • Egress Filtering
  • Network Address Translation (NAT)
  • Firewall Vulnerabilities
  • IPTables/NetFilter
  • Default Tables and Chains
  • iptables Syntax 1
  • iptables Syntax 2
  • Sample IPTables Script 1
  • Sample IPTables Script 2
  • Persistent Firewalls
  • Firewall Identification
  • Firewalk
  • Tunneling with Loki
  • Tunneling with NetCat/CryptCat
  • Port Redirection with Fpipe
  • Denial-of-Service Attacks Risk?
  • Demo - Firewalls and IP Tables
  • Module 15 Review
Module 16
  • Honeypots and Honeynets
  • What Is a Honeypot?
  • Advantages and Disadvantages
  • Types and Categories of Honeypots
  • Honeypot: Tarpits
  • Honeypot: Kfsensor
  • Honeypot: Honeyd
  • Sample Honeyd Configuration
  • High-Interaction Honeypot
  • Project HoneyNet
  • Types of Honeynets
  • The Main Difference is Data Control
  • GEN II Data Control: Honeywall CD
  • Gen II Data Capture: Sebek & Sebek II
  • Automated Alerting
  • Testing
  • Legal Issues
  • Demo - Setting up a Honeypot
  • Module 16 Review
Module 17
  • Ethics and Legal Issues
  • The Costs
  • Relation to Ethical Hacking?
  • The Dual Nature of Tools
  • Good Instead of Evil?
  • Recognizing Trouble When It Happens
  • Emulating the Attack
  • Security Does Not Like Complexity
  • Proper and Ethical Disclosure
  • CERT’s Current Process
  • Full Disclosure Policy
  • Organization for Internet Safety (OIS)
  • What Should We Do from Here?
  • Legal Meets Information Systems
  • Addressing Individual Laws
  • 18 USC SECTION 1029
  • 18 USC SECTION 1030
  • 1030: Worms and Viruses
  • Blaster Worm Attacks
  • Civil vs. Criminal
  • 18 USC SECTIONS 2510 and 2701
  • Digital Millennium Copyright Act
  • Cyber Security Enhancement Act
  • Module 17 Review
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