Ethical Hacking: nmap in depth

network discovery and exploitation
English
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Network sweeping with nmap
Enumerate network services
Use NSE with nmap
Attack network with NSE

Requirements

  • No prior knowledge required

Description

When it comes to hacking, knowledge is power. So how do you get more knowledge about your target system? One answer is nmap, a command line tool for Ethical Hackers.

nmap (“network mapper”) is a security scanner (port scanner) tool for *nix based operating systems. The program attempts to determine which ports on the machine listening and which services (application name and version) the machine is offering information. nmap offers a number of features, including the following:

Port scanning, OS detection, version detection, script scanning, traceroute hostname detection, reverse DNS lookup, ping sweeping, and reserved IP address detection.

This course will introduce you to nmap, you will be able to find out which targets are in the network, which network services are running and you'll be able to carry out attacks to those systems.

This is a beginners course, you don't need any prior knowledge but if you have some knowledge on computer networks that's beneficial. The course does not contain any programming, it focuses only on network scanning and attacks.

The course contains theory, videos and quizes to make sure you understand all the concepts.

If you want to learn more about Ethical Hacking and are a beginner, this course is for you. What are you waiting for? Let's hack

Who this course is for:

  • Beginner Ethical Hackers

Course content

4 sections15 lectures37m total length
  • Introduction
    00:07
  • Install nmap
    04:56

Instructor

Engineer
Peter A
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I'm an engineer with lots of programming experience. I first started programming long ago as a hobby and along the way learned many things. I've programmed in basic, c++, java and many other languages. I'm programming as a hobby. I've used a variety of operating systems and also database systems. I'm here to share my experience.