English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1.5 Hours | 302 MB
Learn how to hack systems, phones and Facebook users with Kali Linux online using client side exploitation techniques.
You will get to see screen capture live tutorials showing you everything you need to do to get started with ethical hacking and penetration testing including information about all of the topics below!
Learn the techniques employed by security enthusiasts to break into user’s Social media accounts, phones or machines using client side exploitation techniques. We will cover leveraging client side application functionalities or loopholes to achieve the hack and how to defend against such attacks.
You will also understand how to be both creative and careful when crafting your social engineering attacks.
The course covers variety of topics ranging from hacking facebook user accounts using phishing techniques and how to defend against them. It extends to exploiting phones, systems and learning how to defend from such attacks which comprise the client side exploitation domain.
Here is what we will cover:
- Phishing (Social network accounts such as Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
- Browser attacks
- Macro based client side hack
- Android Phone hacking
- Defend against all client side attacks
Introduction To Ethical Hacking and Penetration Testing
1 What Is Ethical Hacking And Penetration Testing And How Can You Use It
2 Introduction From Your Co-Instructor Snehil Khare about Ethical Hacking
Creating your hacking environment with VirtualBox and Kali Linux
3 Environment setup lecture
Getting started using ethical hacking and penetration testing
4 Stealing facebook credentials via phishing attack
5 How to defend against phishing attacks
6 User Browser hacking using Beef exploitation framework
7 How to defend against browser attacks
8 User machine hacking via word and excel documents
9 How to defend against macro attacks
10 Hacking android phones for fun and profit Part 1
11 Backdooring android apps for fun and profit Part 2
12 How to defend against android attacks