Ethical Ninja II
30 November-4 December 2009
About the course
Ethical Ninja II is about ‘doing stuff’ and practically learning the advanced techniques used by hackers to penetrate an organization's network and systems. This course goes beyond the standard hacking techniques and covers the more advanced exploits and tools used by hackers to reach the inner most sensitive areas of an organization and steal valuable information without getting caught. The course also addresses advanced hacking techniques used by hackers to compromise client machines to be used in bot nets. Ethical Ninja II focuses on a selected range of tools, showing how they are tailored and used efficiently to achieve the most damage. The final aim of the course is to understand the advanced hacking techniques of malicious users in order to protect your organization from the more stealth and targeted activities that go beyond common hacking attacks. By attending this course you will learn how to test your organization against such advanced attacks before it is done by the ‘bad guys’!
“This is the advanced hacking course for those who want to learn by doing.”
Who Should Attend
This course is ideally suited for:
Security professionals wanting to gain a practical understanding of advanced systems and network exploitation techniques
“The class will benefit anyone who wants to gain practical knowledge in the domain of ethical hacking.”
The course is "hands-on", technically focused and aimed at those individuals who have a good knowledge of standard ethical hacking techniques, common networking protocols, and practical familiarity with the Linux and Microsoft operating systems.
“This course will benefit anyone who wants to test their own organization against advanced hacking techniques and tools before hackers do.”
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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