Learn Ethical Hacking -CEHv10 from scratch

Learn Ethical Hacking from scratch | CEHv10 in 2020

This Course Ethical Hacking – CEHv10 has 95 Lessons to cover complete training with theory as well as practical demonstrations. It covers syllabus of CEH v10 Certified Ethical Hacker version 10. later part we will see CEHV10 practice question answers | practice tests — scroll down for that.

Course has been design in a way so that any beginners level to advance level of people in cyber security can easily understand and can be benefited.

Tutor is having more than 10 yrs Experience of providing training world wide.

What you’ll learn

  • Cyber security
  • Complete CEH v10
  • Ethical hacking
  • Hacking
  • Information Security
  • Security awareness

How many topics will be covered in Ethical Hacking – CEHv10 course ?

TOTAL OF 94 different topics you will have mastery after you finish this course!!

Part 1: CEH Introduction

Part 2: Getting Ready with Windows PC for CEH

Part 3: Installing and Updating Kali Linux

Part 4: Hacking, Hacker Types and Ethics

Part 5: Hacking Vocabulary

Part 6: Information Security

Part 7: Attack Types and Vector

Part 8: 5 Phases of Hacking

Part 9: Foot Printing and Reconnaissance

Part 10: Google Hacking

Part 11: Website Reconnaissance

Part 12: Metagoofil Metadata

Part 13: Email Recon Footprint

Part 14: whois, nslookup tool for Recon

Part 15: Scanning Network

Part 16: Port Discovery

Part 17: Stealth Idle Scan

Part 18: OS & Application Fingerprint

Part 19: Vulnerability Scanning

Part 20: Windows Vulnerability

Part 21: Network Mapping Tool

Part 22: Proxy Server

Part 23: Public Proxy Server

Part 24: Enumeration Concept

Part 25: NetBIOS Enumeration

Part 26: SNMP Enumeration

Part 27: LDAP Enumeration

Part 28: SMTP Enumeration

Part 29: System Hacking Overview

Part 30: Windows Password Break

Part 31: Password Cracking Overview

Part 32: Password Cracking Telnet/HTTP/FTP

Part 33: Rainbow crack Lab Setup

Part 34: Rainbow Crack Demonstration

Part 35: Password Reset Hacking

Part 36: DHCP Starvation Attack

Part 37: Malicious Exe Script

Part 38: Spyware

Part 39: NTFS Alt Data Streams Exploits

Part 40: Steganography with Open puff

Part 41: Steganography with snow

Part 42: Covering track after hack

Part 43: Malware Overview

Part 44: Trojan Overview and Execute

Part 45: Creating Trojan

Part 46: Virus Overview

Part 47: Creating Virus

Part 48: Detecting Malware

Part 49: Malware Analysis

Part 50: Hash file verification

Part 51: Sniffing Overview

Part 52: CAM Table overflow, Port Security

Part 53: DHCP Snooping

Part 54: Dynamic ARP Inspection

Part 55: Social Engineering

Part 56: Denial of Service Attack

Part 57: Session Hijack

Part 58: Hack Web Server

Part 59: Buffer Overflow Attack

Part 60: Shell Shock Attack

Part 61: OWASP Broken Web Application Project

Part 62: SQL Introduction

Part 63: SQL Injection

Part 64: Web App Vulnerabilities Word press

Part 65: Wireless Hacking

Part 66: Using an Android VM

Part 67: Malware for Mobile

Part 68: Mobile Device Risk and Best practices

Part 69: Firewall Evasion

Part 70: Firewall ACL Example

Part 71: NAT and PAT Fundamentals

Part 72: IDS IPS Evasion

Part 73: Honeypot

Part 74: Cloud Computing

Part 75: CIA

Part 76: Policies

Part 77: Quantifying Risk

Part 78: Separation of Duties

Part 79: Sy mmetrical Encryption Concept

Part 80: Asymmetrical Encryption Concept

Part 81: Control Types

Part 82: Multifactor Authentication

Part 83: Centralized identity Management

Part 84: Kerberos and Single sign on

Part 85: Backup and Media Management

Part 86: Operation Security Control

Part 87: Physical Security Controls

Part 88: Incident Response

Part 89: VPNs

Part 90: Disaster Recovery Planning

Part 91: Pen Testing Tips

Part 92: Useful Tools

Part 93: Case Study

Part 94: IOT

Exam Summary

Exam Title:Certified Ethical Hacker (ANSI)
Exam Code:312-50 (ECC EXAM), 312-50 (VUE)
Number of Questions:125
Duration:4 hours
Availability:ECCEXAM / VUE Test
Format:Multiple Choice
Passing Score:70%
Exam Cost:$1,199* (Included in Certify course)


Question 1.

_________ is a set of extensions to DNS that provide the origin authentication of DNS data to DNS clients (resolvers) so as to reduce the threat of DNS poisoning, spoofing, and similar types of attacks.

  • B. Resource records
  • C. Resource transfer
  • D. Zone transfer

Answer 1. A

Question 2.

PGP, SSL, and IKE are all examples of which type of cryptography?

  • A. Hash Algorithm
  • B. Digest
  • C. Secret Key
  • D. Public Key

Answer 2. D

Question 3.

Which of the following is considered as one of the most reliable forms of TCP scanning?

  • A. TCP Connect/Full Open Scan
  • B. Half-open Scan
  • C. NULL Scan
  • D. Xmas Scan

Answer 3. A

Question 4.

Which of the following scanning method splits the TCP header into several packets and makes it difficult for packet filters to detect the purpose of the packet?

  • A. ICMP Echo scanning
  • B. SYN/FIN scanning using IP fragments
  • C. ACK flag probe scanning
  • D. IPID scanning

Answer 4. B

Question 5.

Which of the following is the BEST way to defend against network sniffing?

  • A. Restrict Physical Access to Server Rooms hosting Critical Servers
  • B. Use Static IP Address
  • C. Using encryption protocols to secure network communications
  • D. Register all machines MAC Address in a Centralized Database

Answer 5. C

Question 6.

You have successfully gained access to a Linux server and would like to ensure that the succeeding outgoing traffic from this server will not be caught by
Network-Based Intrusion Detection Systems (NIDS).
What is the best way to evade the NIDS?

  • A. Out of band signaling
  • B. Protocol Isolation
  • C. Encryption
  • D. Alternate Data Streams

Answer 6. C

Question 7.

What is the purpose of a demilitarized zone on a network?

  • A. To scan all traffic coming through the DMZ to the internal network
  • B. To only provide direct access to the nodes within the DMZ and protect the network behind it
  • C. To provide a place to put the honeypot
  • D. To contain the network devices you wish to protect

Answer 7. B

Question 8.

You need to deploy a new web-based software package for your organization. The package requires three separate servers and needs to be available on the
Internet. What is the recommended architecture in terms of server placement?

  • A. All three servers need to be placed internally
  • B. A web server facing the Internet, an application server on the internal network, a database server on the internal network
  • C. A web server and the database server facing the Internet, an application server on the internal network
  • D. All three servers need to face the Internet so that they can communicate between themselves

Answer 8. B

Question 9.

The security administrator of ABC needs to permit Internet traffic in the host and UDP traffic in the host He also needs to permit all FTP traffic to the rest of the network and deny all other traffic. After he applied his ACL configuration in the router, nobody can access to the ftp, and the permitted hosts cannot access the Internet. According to the next configuration, what is happening in the network?

  • A. The ACL 104 needs to be first because is UDP
  • B. The ACL 110 needs to be changed to port 80
  • C. The ACL for FTP must be before the ACL 110
  • D. The first ACL is denying all TCP traffic and the other ACLs are being ignored by the router

Answer 9. D

Question 10.

When conducting a penetration test, it is crucial to use all means to get all available information about the target network. One of the ways to do that is by sniffing the network. Which of the following cannot be performed by the passive network sniffing?

  • A. Identifying operating systems, services, protocols and devices
  • B. Modifying and replaying captured network traffic
  • C. Collecting unencrypted information about usernames and passwords
  • D. Capturing a network traffic for further analysis

Answer 10. B

Question 11.

Which tool allows analysts and pen testers to examine links between data using graphs and link analysis?

  • A. Metasploit
  • B. Cain & Abel
  • C. Maltego
  • D. Wireshark

Answer 11. C

Question 12.

A hacker is an intelligent individual with excellent computer skills and the ability to explore a computer’s software and hardware without the owner’s permission.
Their intention can either be to simply gain knowledge or to illegally make changes.
Which of the following class of hacker refers to an individual who works both offensively and defensively at various times?

  • A. White Hat
  • B. Suicide Hacker
  • C. Gray Hat
  • D. Black Hat

Answer 12. C

Question 13.

Websites and web portals that provide web services commonly use the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP). Which of the following is an incorrect definition or characteristics of the protocol?

  • A. Based on XML
  • B. Only compatible with the application protocol HTTP
  • C. Exchanges data between web services
  • D. Provides a structured model for messaging

Answer 13. B

Question 14.

You have gained physical access to a Windows 2008 R2 server which has an accessible disc drive. When you attempt to boot the server and log in, you are unable to guess the password. In your toolkit, you have an Ubuntu 9.10 Linux LiveCD. Which Linux-based tool can change any user’s password or activate disabled Windows accounts?

  • A. John the Ripper
  • B. SET
  • D. Cain & Abel

Answer 14. C

Question 15.

From the following table, identify the wrong answer in terms of Range (ft).

  • A. 802.11b
  • B. 802.11g
  • C. 802.16(WiMax)
  • D. 802.11a

Answer 15. D

Question 16.

You are doing an internal security audit and intend to find out what ports are open on all the servers. What is the best way to find out?

  • A. Scan servers with Nmap
  • B. Scan servers with MBSA
  • C. Telnet to every port on each server
  • D. Physically go to each server

Answer 16. A

Question 17.

Which Intrusion Detection System is the best applicable for large environments where critical assets on the network need extra scrutiny and is ideal for observing sensitive network segments?

  • A. Honeypots
  • B. Firewalls
  • C. Network-based intrusion detection system (NIDS)
  • D. Host-based intrusion detection system (HIDS)

Answer 17. C

Question 18.

Which of the following is a serious vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic software library? This weakness allows stealing the information protected, under normal conditions, by the SSL/TLS encryption used to secure the Internet.

  • A. SSL/TLS Renegotiation Vulnerability
  • B. Shellshock
  • C. Heartbleed Bug

Answer 18 C


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