Exploring the World of Ethical Hacking

Ethical Hacking

Penetration Testing.

The Art of Protecting Systems.

Ethical hacking refers to the practice of using hacking techniques for defensive purposes, such as identifying and fixing vulnerabilities in computer systems and networks. Ethical hackers, also known as white hat hackers, use the same methods as malicious hackers but with the permission of the system owner and with the goal of improving security, Ethical hacking helps organizations ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of their information systems and data.

Purposes of Ethical Hackers

also known as white hat hackers

The aim is to simulate real-world attacks and find potential security threats before they can be exploited by malicious actors.


Network Hacking

Network penetration testing is a simulated cyber attack performed on a computer network to identify vulnerabilities and security weaknesses.


Website Hacking

Website penetration testing is a simulated cyber attack performed on a web application to identify vulnerabilities and security weaknesses.


Social engineering

Social engineering penetration testing is a simulated security attack that targets the human element of an organization, rather than its technical infrastructure.


Network Hacking

Our network ethical hacking course is designed to teach students how to identify and assess vulnerabilities in computer networks and systems in a legal and ethical manner. This course cover various tools and techniques used for network ethical hacking and security. The goal of this course is to train students to use these techniques to identify weaknesses in a network or system and report them to the appropriate authorities for remediation.

Network Hacking Course is divided into Three main sections


Pre-connection attacks

 in this subsection you’ll learn a number of attacks that can be executed without connecting to the target network and without the need to know the network password; you’ll learn how to gather information about the networks around you, discover connected devices, and control connections (deny/allow devices from connecting to networks).


Gaining Access

Now that you gathered information about the networks around you, in this subsection you will learn how to crack the key and get the password to your target network whether it uses WEP, WPA or even WPA2.


Post Connection attacks

Now that you have the key, you can connect to the target network, in this subsection you will learn a number of powerful techniques that allow you to gather comprehensive information about the connected devices, see anything they do on the internet (such as login information, passwords, visited urls, images, videos ….etc), redirect requests, inject evil code in loaded pages and much more! All of these attacks work against both wireless and wired networks.

Our Curriculum and Course Content

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