Ethical Hacking Details

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Black Owl
Script Kiddie


  • Lectures 2
  • Tests 4
  • Guided Practice 18 hours
  • Duration 6 weeks
  • Skill level Beginner
  • Language English
  • Assessments Yes
Course Description

10 chapters of cybersecurity topics that prepares you for a career in ethical hacking. Understanding laws and terminology is also included, which is a crucial part of an ethical hacker's responsibilties.


Certificates will be issued to students. Performance will be indicated.

Learning Outcomes
  • Know the phases of hacking and know the order of the phases and what happens during each phase.
  • Know and understand the different classes or types of hackers.
  • Know the legal implications involved in hacking.
  • Know how to search public resources of find information on a company and gather data about its network and system security
  • LIVE PROJECT End to End Software Practical.
  • Know the various WLAN hacking tools and their various uses
  • You should be able to use email tracking programs to track an email to a target organization and gain additional information to be used in an attack
  • Understand the difference between human-based and computer-based social-engineering attacks
  • Perform operating system fingerprinting using active and passive methods
  • Know how to become anonymous using an anonymizer, HTTP tunneling, and IP spoofing.
  • Practical assignments at the end of every session.
  • Ping sweeping, fingerpriniting, scanning and penetration test
  • How to identify vulnerable accounts
  • System hacking, password cracking, rootkits
  • Sniffing, Denial-of-Service(DOS) attacks, botnets
  • Understand the dangers and countermeasures of session hijacking
  • Firewall and honeypots


  • Module 1
    • Lesson 1. Introduction to Ethical Hacking
      1 week
    • Lesson 2-3. Footprinting and Scanning
      1 week
    • Lesson 4-5. Enumeration and System Hijacking
      1 week
  • Module 2
    • Lesson 1-2. Sniffing and Denial of Service
      1 week
    • Lesson 3-4. Session Hijacking and Hacking Wireless Networks
      1 week
    • Lesson 5. Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots
      1 week
  • Final
    • Part 1. Final Test
      30 minutes
    • Part 2. Online Test
      45 minutes


Kali Linux, Basic Linux commands


Black Owl
Msc. Cybersecurity and Penetration Testing

Black Owl, alias for instructor, writes penetration testing scripts using Python to evaluate the vulnerabilities in a network. She has deep interest in blockchain security and brings that energy to this course

Sam Iso
Solution Architect

Sam is a Software Engineer with deep interest in finance, data, community, mental health and education. Sam is exploring his curiosity and creativity to match that with what the world needs.