Ethically Hack the Planet Part 2
What you'll learn
- Understand the fundamentals of cybersecurity and implement measures to protect digital assets.
- Develop job-seeking skills including resume building, interview techniques, and personal branding.
- Explore diverse avenues for generating income, including freelancing, and investment strategies.
- Master the art of ethical hacking and security testing through hands-on bug bounty hunting exercises.
- No programming experience is required, but you should possess knowledge of how to operate a mobile device or computer
"Ethically Hack the Planet Part 2" is an advanced cybersecurity course that delves into the intricacies of network penetration testing and ethical hacking. Building upon the foundational knowledge gained in Part 1, this course extends the understanding of cybersecurity concepts to a deeper level. One of the core components of the course is the exploration and practical use of Metasploitable 2, a purposely vulnerable virtual machine that provides a safe environment for hands-on learning and experimentation.
The course covers essential techniques such as network scanning to identify IP addresses within a network. Students learn about banner grabbing, a method to gather information about a target system, including the operating system, software versions, and more. Understanding port numbers and their associated services is a crucial aspect of the course, particularly focusing on commonly exploited ports like FTP (Port 21), SSH (Port 22), Telnet (Port 23), SMTP (Port 25), HTTP (Port 80), and ports 139, 445, and 1099.
FTP, SSH, Telnet, SMTP, and HTTP are explored in detail, discussing their functionalities, vulnerabilities, and potential security risks. Practical exercises involve utilizing ethical hacking techniques to assess and secure these services, thereby preparing students to identify and mitigate vulnerabilities in real-world scenarios.
By the end of "Ethically Hack the Planet Part 2," participants will have a comprehensive understanding of network security, ethical hacking methodologies, and the tools necessary to assess and fortify network infrastructures against potential cyber threats. The course empowers individuals to use their knowledge and skills for constructive purposes, promoting a safer and more secure digital landscape."
Who this course is for:
- For IT beginners and ethical hackers.
I am Twinkle Sharma, an Ethical Hacker, and a Cybersecurity Trainer. With over 7 years of experience in Ethical Hacking, I've honed my skills to navigate the intricate pathways of cybersecurity. My journey has been marked by notable achievements, one of which includes securing the runner-up position in the prestigious Hackfest T-HUB & ICE competition.
My ethical hacking journey has been meticulously shaped by an array of practical experiences gained through a diverse range of internships and jobs. During my tenure as a tester, I meticulously uncovered vulnerabilities and formulated effective solutions to fortify the security posture of the company. Building upon this foundation, my time as a web developer at Swalay Talantoncore provided me with invaluable insights into web application security, solidifying the bedrock of my journey into the realm of cybersecurity.
A significant chapter in my professional growth was my role as a cybersecurity trainer at Red and White Multimedia Education. This opportunity was an honor and a privilege, allowing me to share my extensive expertise with eager learners. Through this role, I honed my technical prowess, fine-tuned my communication skills, and refined my leadership abilities. This multifaceted experience deepened my understanding of the field while nurturing my passion for mentorship and empowerment.
As your instructor on Udemy, I am excited to share my knowledge and insights with you. Join me on this transformative journey as we unravel the intricacies of ethical hacking and cybersecurity. Together, we'll explore the dynamic world of digital defense and equip you with the skills to navigate this ever-evolving landscape.