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Ethical Hacking Training

 

 

Living in a world full of Hackers can be stressful!! Don’t you think??
Craw Security Ethical hacking training institute in pune believes in making our customer’s and student’s life stress-free.
We have given wings to our student’s aspirations of building their career in Ethical hacking, preparing them for a strong role as a Penetration testing expert, forensic analyst, intrusion analyst, network security manager, and other related high-profile roles
We also provide students with 100% placements
Our Ethical hacking training institute in Delhi has stood firmly by its commitment to our customers, students through “thick and thin”
Let me take you through the nitty-gritty of the matter

Ethical Hacking training to locate types of Hacker

WHAT IS HACKING?

Hacking is a deliberate effort to harm or steal sensitive information from a private network inside the system.
Must-know information about Hacking
• Illegal use of computer and network resources
• “Hacker” is a gifted and smart programmer
• Hacking is an offense in the US and other countries
• If prior permission is sought then an “A contract between an Ethical Hacker and company”, is acceptable
• The difference between an Ethical and unethical Hacker is that Ethical Hacker has prior consent to probe the system whereas an Unethical Hacker does not have       the authority.

•Black Hat Hackers

Also known as Ethical Hackers and computer security experts well versed in various tastings like penetration. They also use some technical tools like that of hackers who are malicious so that they can identify possible vulnerabilities in the systems and form a protective shield to save their respective organization from damage

 

• White Hat Hackers


 

Also known as Ethical Hackers and computer security experts well versed in various tastings like penetration. They also use some technical tools like that of hackers who are malicious so that they can identify possible vulnerabilities in the systems and form a protective shield to save their respective organization from dama

Ethical Hacking training highlights

Common Hacking Techniques

  • Phishing- This phrase got life in the year 1996 by hackers stealing critical data like account details, passwords, credit card numbers from the pool of internet users. Phishing is done by convincing its victim to share their personal information by alluring them with the prize money they have won in a lottery which results in a security breach and major financial loss• Bait and Switch Attack- kind of fraud that makes use of trusted avenues to mulct users into visiting suspicious sites• Key Logger-Form of spyware in which the victim is unaware that they are being victimized by keeping a tap on their actions
  •  Denial of Service (DoS\DDoS) Attacks- Denial of service (DOS) attacks the server making website unavailable. This kind of attack makes use of a single device, However, in a DDOS attack, (Distributed denial of service) many devices with multiple locations are used for attack.
  • Cookie theft- It happens when a third party copies unencrypted data and utilizes it to imitate the real one. It occurs when a person accesses reliable sites over a public Wi-Fi network.
  • Official Training by certified instructor
  • Practical live hacking
  • Concept-based training
  • Post training support
  •  Interactive lectures, group exchange of viewpoints with healthy discussions and review sessions
  • Practical live hacking
  • Concept-based training

Ethical Hacking training(Course Eligibility)

  •  Passed 10+2 in any relevant stream with working knowledge of computers.
  • Graduation degree in Computer Science from a renowned institute
  •  Telecom Industry hires ethical hackers followed by banking and finance sectors who have completed their certification in Ethical hacking course as per eligibility