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Ethical Hacking Course

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DICC is one of the most reputed institutes offering ethical hacking training and enhance you with the in-depth knowledge of hacking techniques and information security. While one can use these methods for malicious purpose, but our course module will tell you how to use these techniques for white hat and ethical hacking techniques. Our goal is to well versed students with latest ethical techniques with practical knowledge of latest and updated software..

We are one of the famous training institutes in Delhi for ethical hackng. We have trained so many students in the field of Ethical Hacking and information Security so far and we are continue to gain positive reviews from all our enrolled students. The Ethical Hacking Training Program by Delhi Institute of Computer Courses has two levels which students will complete in nearly 60 Hours. These two levels will enable them to get basic knowledge of Ethical Hacking.

Students enrolled with Delhi Institute of Computer Courses (DICC) have the following advantages after the completion of the course:

  • 30 Days Practical based Classroom training Program
  • Modules and Complete Syllabus of Ethical Hacking.
  • Concepts of Cyber Security would be included in the course.
  • Proper Lab for Practice.
  • Expert Trainer having certification.
  • Hacking Tools and Software
  • Some secret Tips and Tricks of Hacking
  • Certification after the completion of the course.

Detailed Syllabus of Ethical Hacking Course:

Level  One
Chapter 1: Introduction To Networking

  • Basics of Networking
  • Concepts of LAN and WAN

Chapter: 2 Introduction to Information Security

  • Intro to Ethical Hacking
  • History of Hacking
  • Various steps of Hacking

Chapter 3: Database and Information Gathering

  • Passive and Active Foot Printing
  • Domain Information
  • People Information Gathering
  • Working on various Tools

Chapter 4: Scanning Ports

  • Operating System Guessing
  • Open Ports
  • Service Guessing
  • TCP/UDP Scanning

Chapter 5: Using Google for Hacking

  • Advance Searching Option
  • Using Various Google Operators
  • Searching Confidential Information
  • Searching Database Information
  • Finding Email ID's and Password

Chapter 6: Methods of Attacks

  • Ping of Death
  • Smurf
  • Tear Drop Attack
  • DOS/DDos Attack
  • RFI/LFI Attack
  • Other Attacks

Chapter 7: Malwares

  • Virus Creation
  • Worm Creation
  • Trojan Creation
  • Spyware Creation
  • Introduction to bots and root kit

Chapter 8: Window Hacking Techniques

  • User account Cracking
  • Windows Tricks
  • Registry Hacking

Chapter 9: Linux Hacking Techniques

  • Intro to Linux
  • Basics of Linux Operating System
  • Cracking the Root Account

Chapter 10: Introduction to Sniffing

  • Hacking in LAN
  • Packet Sniffing
  • Passive and Active Sniffing


Level Two
Chapter 11: Session Hijacking

  • Hijacking in LAN
  • Hijacking in WAN
  • Side Jacking
  • Cookie Editor

Chapter 12: Email Hacking

  • Email Tracing
  • Fake Email ID Creation
  • Phishing (Normal and Advance)

Chapter 13: Into to SQL Injection

  • What is SQL?
  • Normal SQL Injection
  • Advance SQL Injection
  • Working with SQL Tools

Chapter 14: Cross site Scripting

  • Intro to XSS
  • Types of XSS
  • Working on popular websites

Chapter 15: VAPT

  • Finding the Vulnerabilities
  • Exploiting the Loopholes
  • Website Penetration Testing
  • Network Penetration Testing

Chapter 16: Stenography

  • Normal Stenography
  • Encrypted Stenography

Chapter 17: Cryptography

  • SKCS
  • PKCS
  • Algorithms of Cryptography

Chapter 18: Wireless Cracking

  • Introduction of WIFI
  • Cracking WEP
  • Intro WAP Cracking

Chapter 19: Firewall, IDS and IPS

  • Implementing Firewalls
  • Working with IDS and IPS
  • Bypassing Methods

Chapter 20: Intro to Honeypots

  • Intro to Honey Pots
  • Software Honey Pot
  • Catching Criminals

Chapter 21: Buffer overflow Attack

  • Intro to Buffer overflow
  • Use Buffer Attack in Buffer overflow
  • Heap and Stack

Chapter 21: Reverse Engg.

  • Intro to Reverse Engineering
  • Cracking Softwares
  • Manual Cracking
Chapter 22: Cyber Laws

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