Ethical Hacking Course & CEH Certification (v10) course detail


RCS Technologies presented the most prominent course which is so technical and popular in cyber world that is known as ‘Certified Ethical Hacking Course ( version 10).this is certified you to grab the advance fundamentals of ethical hacking and trained by our professionals experts ,along all the completion of course ,you will become a certified ethical hacker by which you can find security vulnerability by systematically inspecting network infrastructure, chances of exploited by malicious hacker, and also can excel in securing web servers, checking unauthorised access, identifying malware threats and have skills the advanced based techniques of system penetration testing .so, this course is very useful regarding the ethical hacking, provides a certified course of CEH from the RCS Technologies.

What will you learn
  • What you will learn in these Ethical Hacking Courses?

    1. Introduction to ethical hacking 2. Hacking methodologies and tactics 3. Step by step process of ethical hacking 4. IDS, Trojans, & Honeypot in hacking 5. Advanced concepts like network packet analysis 6. Log management and information security 7. Virus programming & reverse engineering.

  • Who should take this Ethical Hacking training

    Network security professionals, IT managers, analysts, technical support engineers, system administrators and those looking to make a career in cyber security.

  • What are the prerequisites for taking this CEH training course?

    There are no prerequisites for taking ethical hacking courses online.

  • Why should you take this CEH certification course?

    Today cyber security is one of the most important aspects for any organization. In today’s digitally-driven world every organization needs professionals who can keep the hackers at bay. Hence the salaries for ethical hackers are among the best in the industry. RCS Technologies provides an up-to-date ethical hacking online course that can be taken up by professionals who wish to get the CEH certification and move ahead in their career paths.

  • How much does the CEH certification cost?

    Compared to other institutes and e-learning websites, the courses offered by RCS Technologies are extremely reasonable and affordable. RCS Technologies’s CEH course costs about USDollar475. In this course, you will receive 32 hours of instructor-led training along with an industry-recognized certification of course completion. The certification, however, can cost you about USDollar500 along with an additional USDollar100 as a registration fee.

  • How do I become a Certified Ethical Hacker?

    To become a professional Ethical Hacker, you must gain the following skills: 1. Ability to crack passwords and hack accounts 2. Understanding of network trafficking 3. Ability to exploit buffer overflow vulnerabilities You can master these skills and master the significant concepts of Ethical Hacking by signing up for an online Ethical Hacking course from RCS Technologies. Further, you need to pass the certification exam that you can easily crack with the help of this training. How much does a Certified Ethical Hacker make? Certified Ethical Hackers are among the highest-compensated IT professionals today. On average, a professional Ethical Hacker makes about USDollar71,331 per year. This amount may vary in the range of USDollar24,760 to USDollar11,502 based on the position level in the organization and bonus payments.

Key Features
  • 1. 32 Hours Instructor Led Training
  • 2. 64 Hrs Self-paced Videos
  • 3. Certification and Job Assistance
  • 4 Flexible Schedule
  • 5. Lifetime Free Upgrade
  • 6. 24 x 7 Lifetime Support & Access


  • 14 Lessons
  • Introducing the topic of ethical hacking, historic data breaches in the world, various aspects of information security,  how information security attacks happen, OS attacks, application-level attack, various types, phases and concepts of hacking, scanning, gaining access and maintaining access, clearing tracks, concepts and scope of ethical hacking, enterprise information security architecture, vulnerability assessment, penetration testing, information security laws and standards, various cyber security laws.

  • What is system hacking, the goals of system hacking, understanding the certified ethical hacker methodology, the various steps in ethical hacking, decoding the password, rule-based and brute attack, understanding keylogger, Trojan, and spyware, passive online and hash engine attack, distributed network attack, understanding the various spyware like audio, video, phone and GPS, detecting Rootkits, what is stenography, covering the tracking.

  • Introduction to footprinting, objectives, concepts and methodologies, gathering information using groups, forums, blogs, Google Hacking Techniques, competitive intelligence tracking, WHOIS lookup result analysis, traceroot analysis, footprinting tools, footprinting penetration test.

  • What is enumeration in ethical hacking, used for information gathering, the various techniques for ethical hacking, NetBIOS enumeration tool, Simple Network Management Protocol enumeration, the tools used in SNMP enumeration, SuperScan,  LDAP enumeration, enumeration counter testing, enumeration pen testing.

  • How to scan the network, overview of scanning, how to create custom packet with TCP flags, checking open ports, various tools for scanning, scanning techniques, full open scan, scanning the IPv6 network,  countermeasures in port scanning, scanning for vulnerabilities, network discovery tool, proxy server and tools, understanding anonymizer, IP address spoofing, detecting spoofing, TCP flow control method.

  • Introduction to malware, how malware enter the system, the concept of Trojans, infecting system with Trojan, Trojan Horse construction kit, Galaxy Crypter, Hidden Crypter, various Exploit kits like Bleeding life and  Crimepack, how to override antivirus techniques, Command Shell Trojan, Defacement Trojan, Proxy Server Trojan, Remote Access Trojan, Botnet Trojans, understanding a computer virus, difference between virus and worm,  system and boot sector virus, tunneling and stealth viruses, anti-virus sensor systems, malware analysis procedure.

  • What is a sniffing attack, the various concepts in sniffing, threats from network sniffing, active and passive sniffing, hacking a network using sniffing, various tools used in sniffing, hardware protocol analyzer, wiretapping and interception, MAC attacks, MAC flooding switches, stealing switch port, defending from MAC attack, ARP spoofing attack, wireshark sniffing tool,  sniffing detection techniques, Ping, ARP and DNS method.

  • What is a social engineering attack, how enterprises are vulnerable to social engineering attacks, various steps in social engineering, various warning signs of an attack, what is impersonation, third-party authorization, reverse social engineering, human-based social engineering, likely social engineering targets, the concept of Denial of service and distributed denial of service, the techniques of DOS/DDOS, Botnets, how to protect against DDOS attacks.

  • What is session hacking, the process of session hacking, comparing spoofing and session hacking, what is application level session hacking, network level session hacking, various tools of session hacking, ethical hacking penetration testing.

  • How web applications work, the architecture of web applications, web app threats, web app hacking methodology, authorization attack schemes, attack session management mechanism, attacking web app client, counter measures and security tools.

  • What is SQL injection, what is an SQL injection query, the various types of SQL injection, the methodology of SQL injection, how to launch an SQL injection attack, blind SQL injection and double blind SQL injection, various tools of SQL injection and advanced SQL injection, SQL injection detection tools and various countermeasures deployed.

  • Various risk areas in mobile platform, hacking of Android devices, Android Trojans, hacking iOS devices, hacking Windows phone OS, managing mobile devices, various security guidelines and tools in mobile security, mobile penetration testing toolkit.


  • How the intrusion detection system works, the architecture of Firewall, various types of Honeypots, various tools and techniques to bypass the intrusion detection systems.

  • Various encryption methods and concepts of cryptography, secure hashing algorithm, various tools of cryptography, cryptography attacks, encrypting emails, public key infrastructure and public-key encryption.


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