Learn Network Attacks and Security
If you are looking at gaining skill in Network security, this course is for you. This hands-on course focuses on the practical side of Network attacks without neglecting the theory behind each attack. For each attack, you will learn how that attack works and then practically launch the attack.
This will give you a full understanding of the conditions which allow this attack to be successfully executed, this knowledge will help you to detect and sometimes prevent this attack from happening. By completing this course, you will be able to troubleshoot basic security issues.
Did You Know?-By DOS and DDOS Attacks estimated an average daily revenue loss of $2,000,000 – nearly $100,000 per hour – in the case of downtime.-91% Of Cyberattacks Start With A Phishing Email and each year over $2 billion is stolen from the individuals as a result of phishing attack.-25% of Wireless Networks are Highly Vulnerable to Hacking Attacks.-95% of HTTPS servers vulnerable to trivial MITM attacks.
What will You learn in this course?
-what are Network Security?-Different types of Network Attacks.-You learn MITM(Man-In-The-Middle)Attacks -Password Sniffing -URL's sniffing -Image sniffing -DNS spoofing and so on..-Wireless Attacks -How to crack WiFi password using different tools and -How to perform De-authentication Attacks on any WiFi Networks. -Hack Over WAN. -Phishing attack Over LAN and WAN. -Hack Android Phone Outside LAN-Protecting against these attacks.
-IT Engineers.-Network Administrators and Operators.-Security policymakers who are interested in network security and gaining an understanding of the threats they face and how to mitigate such threats-Ethical hackers.-Pentesters.-For Cyber Security Professionals.
35 Lectures and 3:30 Hours
Full lifetime access
Access on mobile and TV
Certificate of Completion
80 students enrolled
Amit Huddar - Scientist, Engineer, Android Developer, Trainer and CEO
Amit Huddar is an Internet Entrepreneur and Software Engineer. He runs his own software company "Softdust", which develops products using new technology such as Android Wear (smartwatch and Google Glass). He believes wearable gadgets are the future of personal computing.