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Ethical Hacking with Python

To secure websites, network &

firewall from hackers.


About The Course

Ethical Hacking with Python Course provides you with the hands-on training required to master the techniques hackers leverage to penetrate network systems and fortify yours against them. You will understand the concepts of hacking using Python and learn to protect businesses from malicious hackers and data breaches. This course provides a deep & detailed concept so that you will become a confident and professional ethical hacker.

Course Highlights


Port and vulnerability scanning


SSH and FTP attacks


Password cracking


Sniffers, flooders, and spoofers


Website penetration testing


90 Hours Of Training


26 Course Module


1 Year Free Backup Classes


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Learning Outcome

Able to Research the company's system, network structure, and possible penetration sites.
Able to conduct multiple penetration tests on the system.
Able to Identify and record security flaws and breaches.
Able to Identify areas of high-level security.
Able to Review and rate the security network.
Able to Create suggestions for security upgrades.
Able to Compile penetration test reports for the client.
Able to Conduct penetration tests once new security features have been implemented.

Software and Apps that you will learn in this course

Course Content

Certified Ethical Hacker [CEH]

1) Introduction to Ethical Hacking

  1. Information Security Overview
  2. Information Security Threats and Attack Vectors
  3. Hacking Concept
  4. Ethical Hacking Concept
  5. Information Security Controls
  6. Penetration Testing Concept
  7. Information Security Law and Standards

2) Footprinting and Reconnaissance

  1. Footprinting Concepts
  2. Footprinting through Search
  3. Engines
  4. Footprinting through Web Services
  5. Footprinting through Social
  6. Networking Sites
  7. Website Footprinting
  8. Email Footprinting
  9. Competitive Intelligence
  10. Whois Footprinting
  11. DNS Footprinting
  12. Network Footprinting
  13. Footprinting Through Social
  14. Engineering
  15. Footprinting Tools
  16. Footprinting Countermeasures
  17. Footprinting Penetration Testing

3) Scanning Networks

  1. Network Scanning Concepts
  2. Scanning Tools
  3. Scanning Techniques
  4. Scanning Beyond IDS and Firewall
  5. Banner Grabbing
  6. Draw Network Diagrams
  7. Scanning Pen Testing

4) Enumeration

  1. Enumeration Concepts
  2. NetBIOS Enumeration
  3. SANP Enumeration
  4. LDP Enumeration
  5. SMTP and DNS Enumeration
  6. Other Enumeration Techniques
  7. Enumeration Countermeasures
  8. Enumeration Pen Testing

5) Vulnerability Analysis

  1. Vulnerability Assessment Concepts
  2. Vulnerability Assessment Solutions
  3. Vulnerability Scoring Systems
  4. Vulnerability Assessment Tools
  5. Vulnerability Assessment Reports

6) System Hacking

  1. System Hacking Concepts
  2. Cracking Passwords
  3. Escalating Privileges
  4. Executing Applications
  5. Hiding Files
  6. Covering Tracks
  7. Penetration Testing

7) Malware Threats

  1. Malware Concepts
  2. Trojan Concepts
  3. Virus and Worm Concepts
  4. Malware Analysis
  5. Countermeasures
  6. Anti-Malware Software
  7. Malware Penetration testing

8) Sniffing

  1. Sniffing Concepts
  2. Sniffing Technique: MAC Attacks
  3. Sniffing Technique: DHCP Attacks
  4. Sniffing Technique: ARP Poisoning
  5. Sniffing Technique: Spoofing Attacks
  6. Sniffing Technique: DNS Poisoning
  7. Sniffing Tools
  8. Countermeasures
  9. Sniffing Detection Techniques
  10. Sniffing Pen Testing

9) Social Engineering

  1. Social Engineering Concepts
  2. Social Engineering Techniques
  3. Insider Threats
  4. Impersonation on Social
  5. Networking Sites
  6. Identity Theft
  7. Countermeasures
  8. Social Engineering Pen Testing

10) Denial-of-Service

  1. DOS/DDos Concepts
  2. DOS/DDoS Attack Techniques
  3. Botnets
  4. DDOS Case Study
  5. DOS/DDoS Attack Tools
  6. Countermeasures
  7. DOS/DDos Protection Tools
  8. DOS/DDos Penetration Testing

11) Session Hacking

  1. Session Hacking Concepts
  2. Application Level Session Hacking
  3. Network Level Session Hacking
  4. Session Hacking Tools
  5. Countermeasures
  6. Penetration Testing

11) Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots

  1. IDS, Firewall and Honeypot
  2. Concepts
  3. IDS, Firewall and Honeypot Solution
  4. Evading IDS
  5. Evading Firewalls
  6. IDS/Firewall Evading Tools
  7. Detecting Honeypots
  8. IDS/Firewall Evasion
  9. Countermeasures
  10. Penetration Testing

13) Hacking Web Servers

  1. Web Server Concepts
  2. Web Server Attacks
  3. Web Server Attacks Methodology
  4. Web Server Attack Tools
  5. Countermeasures
  6. Patch Management
  7. Web Server Security Tools
  8. Web Server Pen Testing

14) Hacking Web Applications

  1. Web App Concepts
  2. Web App Threats
  3. Hacking Methodology
  4. Web App Hacking Tools
  5. Countermeasures
  6. Web App Security Testing Tools
  7. Web App Pen Testing

15) SQL Injection

  1. SQL Injection Concepts
  2. Types of SQL Injection
  3. SQL Injection Methodology
  4. SQL Injection Tools
  5. Evasion Techniques
  6. Countermeasures

16) Hacking Wireless Networks

  1. Wireless Concepts
  2. Wireless Encryption
  3. Wireless Threats
  4. Wireless Hacking Methodology
  5. Wireless Hacking Tools
  6. Bluetooth Hacking
  7. Countermeasures
  8. Wireless Security Tools
  9. Wireless Pen Testing

17) Hacking Mobile Platforms

  1. Mobile Platform Attack Vectors
  2. Hacking Android OS
  3. Hacking iOS
  4. Mobile Spyware
  5. Mobile Device Management
  6. Mobile Security Guidelines and Tools
  7. Mobile Pen Testing

18) IoT Hacking

  1. Iot Concepts
  2. Iot Attacks
  3. IoT Hacking Methodology
  4. Iot Hacking Tools
  5. Countermeasures
  6. IoT Pen Testing

19) Cloud Computing

  1. Cloud Computing Concepts
  2. Cloud Computing Threats
  3. Cloud Computing Attacks
  4. Cloud Security
  5. Cloud Security Tools
  6. Cloud Penetration Testing

20) Cryptography

  1. Cryptography Concepts
  2. Encryption Algorithms
  3. Cryptography Tools
  4. Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
  5. Email Encryption
  6. Disk Encryption
  7. Cryptanalysis
  8. Countermeasures

Python Training in Ethical Hacking

Module 2.1

  1. Start from scratch up to a high-intermediate level
  2. Write over 20 ethical hacking and security programs
  3. Model problems, design solutions & implement them using Python
  4. DOS due to huge number of requests Model & design extendable
  5. programs
  6. Write a program that can discover all
  7. Read, analyze & manipulate network packets
  8. Understand & interact with different network layers in packets such as ARP,DNS, and HTTP ....etc
  9. Write a program that can redirect the flow of packets in a network (arp spoofer)
  10. Write a packet sniffer to filter interesting data such as usernames and passwords
  11. Write a program to redirect DNS requests (DNS Spoofer)
  12. Intercept and modify network

Module 2.2

  1. Write programs in Python 2 and 3
  2. Write cross-platform programs that work on Windows, OS X and Linux
  3. Understand what is Hacking, what is Programming, and why are they related
  4. Design a testing lab to practice packets on the fly
  5. Write a program to replace downloads requested by any computer on the network
  6. Analyze & modify HTTP requests and responses
  7. Inject code in HTML pages loaded by any computer on the same network
  8. Downgrade HTTPS to HTTP
  9. Write a program that can detect ARP Spoofing attacks

Module 2.3

  1. Write custom made payloads to download a file, execute command, download & execute, download execute & report .....etc
  2. Use sockets to send data over TCP
  3. Send data reliably over TCP
  4. Write client-server programs hacking & programming safely
  5. Interact & use Linux terminal
  6. Understand what MAC address is & how to change it
  7. Write a python program to change MAC address
  8. Write a backdoor that works on Windows, OS X and Linux
  9. Implement cool features in the backdoor such as file system access, upload and download files, and persistence

Module 2.4

  1. Write a remote keylogger that can register all keystrokes and send them by Email
  2. Interact with files using python
  3. (read, write & modify)
  4. Convert python programs to binary executables that work on Windows, OS X, and Linux
  5. Convert evil files into trojans that work and function just like any other file type like an image or a PDF

Module 2.5

  1. Convert evil files into trojans that work and function just like any other file type like an image or a PDF
  2. Bypass Anti-Virus Programs
  3. Design a testing lab to practice
  4. Use Python modules and libraries
  5. Understand what Object Oriented Programming is
  6. Write object-oriented program
  7. Understand how websites work, the technologies used and how to test them for weaknesses

Module 2.6

  1. Write a program that can discover hidden paths in a website
  2. Send requests to websites and analyze responses
  3. Write a program that can map a website and discover all links, subdomains, files, and directories
  4. Extract and submit forms from python
  5. Run dictionary attacks and guess login information on login pages
  6. Write a program that can discover weaknesses in websites

Jobs You will Get After Completing Course

In this digital era, the demand for ethical hackers is increasing worldwide and will require 80 thousand ethical hackers to secure the data, auditing, and many more in India as well as other countries too. You can explore yourself and get many job opportunities in IT sectors with handsome salary packages.

Job profile

After completing this course

Average salary

( 1+ year experience)

Security Engineer 29K-31K
Security Analyst 27K-29K
Security Software Developer 34K-37K
Specialists in Data Security 30k-50k
Security Executive in Application 40k-70k
Security Auditor 40-80k
Certified Programmer in Security 45-80k
Manager in Web Security 80k-150k

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Frequently Asked Questions

An individual planning to become an ethical hacker will need to learn about python language, which considered to be a vital step. A variety of software programs are now available that make ethical hacking easier, however, if you want to know how it is done, you will definitely need the basic knowledge about python programming.

The general eligibility criteria to study Ethical Hacking Courses after 12th at Diploma or Certificate or UG level is to at least pass 10th or 12th.

Yes, IFDA offers In-depth Practical Training in Ethical Hacking Course. You will get practice from industry expert ethical hackers.

IFDA has been working for student’s placement since 2014 and have placed many students in their desired field. It has tie-up with numerous companies/firms which in turn helps it to provide 100% employment opportunities to students.

IFDA has emerged as the most encouraging & favorable institute in Delhi which is an ISO certified computer training institute ,started in the year of 2014. We provide various Govt. and Non Govt. Courses to all the desired students.

Yes we provide weekly classes or you can schedule your class according to your suitable time. We also provide online and backup classes so you can attend your missed or pending lectures

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