Being an LPT (Master) means that you can find chinks in the armor of defense-in-depth network security models with the help of network pivoting, making exploit codes work in your favor, or by writing Bash, Python, Perl, and Ruby scripts.
In this course, you will learn professional security and penetration testing skills. The course curriculum is designed to show advanced concepts like scanning against defenses, pivoting between networks, deploying proxy chains, and using web shells. The last module of the course includes an SOW for each of the various networks we have created for the course. This, combined with the composition of various ranges, mimics a professional penetration test. Time is limited and you will be required to identify the attack surface followed by the weaknesses of the machines that are on the network.
You need to have the following;
- EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA)
You will cover the following;
- Introduction to Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing
- Information Gathering Methodology
- Scanning and Enumeration
- Identify Vulnerabilities
- Post Exploitation
- Advanced Tips and Techniques
- Preparing a Report
- Practice Ranges
This training prepares you for the following certification:
- Licensed Penetration Tester