Ethical Hacking: Offensive Security
Ethical Hacking: Offensive Security, Introduction to Hacking.
This course is about ethical hacking for penetration testers and ethical hackers.
Ethical hacking is the practice of using hacking skills to test the security of an organization’s computer network with the intention of finding vulnerabilities that could be exploited by malicious hackers and fixing them before the bad guys get to them.
It is a beginner’s course and you don’t need any prior experience with Ethical Hacking. However, you should already have Kali Linux at hand (a live USB or a virtual box image) and some basic computing experience. You can download Kali Linux for free from the web or order a USB from an online store.
In this course, you will learn basic network commands on Linux, how to hack into any server using brute force attacks and how to start brute force web app attacks using the Burp Suite.
This is a total beginner’s course, but you should already have Kali Linux installed. Kali Linux is a system that contains many hacking tools, some of which are command lines and others that have a graphical interface. The course contains practice exercises and quizzes.
If you want to get into ethical hacking and have no prior experience, this course is for you.