Learn network security attacks and defensive techniques to secure Networks from known and unknown sources.
Network security is any activity designed to protect the usability and integrity of your network and data. It includes both hardware and software technologies. Effective network security manages access to the network. It targets a variety of threats and stops them from entering or spreading on your network. The video tutorial starts with the basics of network and scanning techniques. You will learn to search hosts and find open ports and services in a network. You will also learn the most important attacks on networks such as dos attacks, gaining access attacks, exploitation attacks, and post exploitation attacks. Finally, the course will teach you techniques you can use to defend networks with firewalls, IDS, IPS, and other network security devices. At the end of this course, you’ll have a practical knowledge of the ways in which hackers can infiltrate a network over the Internet and will be familiar with tools such as nmap, Wireshark, and Metasploit
About The Author
Sunil K. Gupta is a Computer Science Engineer as well as a web and network Security Specialist working in the field of Cyber Security . In cyber Industry we work on different hacking tools and techniques.
His strengths are:-
Reports and briefing
The best security tools he has used are:
Class-Dump-Z, Cycript, GNU Debugger, Fiddler, Nmap, Wikto, Brutus, Wireshark, Burp Proxy, Paros Proxy, Cain and Abel, John the Ripper, Hydra, Metasploit, netcat, openssl, ike tools, Back track tools, Nessus, IBM-AppScan, Acunetix, Nikto, NetSparker, Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer (MBSA), Web Securify, Nipper.
Platforms - Windows, Linux
Nmap and port scanning to discover hosts and services on a computer network
Metasploit and exploitation to verify vulnerability mitigations and manage security
Windows- and Linux-specific vulnerabilities
Network sniffing to monitor data flowing over computer network links in real time
Defend common misconfigurations to protect potentially sensitive system information
Pivot into a network in order to exploit and gain access to as many machines
Maintaining access once a target is breached