Ethical Hacking Course Overview

Our ethical hacking training in Nairobi offers candidates hands-on training for mastering hacking skills. Our CEH course in Nairobi teaches different methods that protect your system from malicious attacks. The ethical hacking training in Nairobi is aligned with the syllabus of the CEHv11 exam.

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  • 6 months free access to CEHv11 iLabs
  • Study material by EC-Council (e-kit)
  • 20 current security domains
  • Covers 340 attack technologies

Skills Covered

  • Trojans backdoors and countermeasures
  • IDS firewalls and honeypots
  • Advanced hacking concepts
  • Network packet analysis
  • Mobile and web technologies
  • Advanced log management

Benefits

By taking up the ethical hacking training in Nairobi, you will land a rewarding career in the IT domain. In the CEH course in Nairobi you will learn how to secure the system from all potential attacks. As an IT security professional working for an IT company, ethical hacking training in Nairobi will be highly beneficial and mandatory.

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$ 999

  • 90 days of flexible access to online classes
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Ethical Hacking Course Curriculum

Eligibility

The ethical hacking training in Nairobi is highly suitable for all aspirants looking to make a career in the security domain of the IT industry. IT administrators, practitioners and security officers, and IS/IT specialists and analysts will find the CEH course in Nairobi to be the right career booster.
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Pre-requisites

There aren't any requirements or prerequisites for you to join and gain the necessary knowledge offered in this CEH course in Nairobi. There are no special prerequisites.
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Course Content

  • Module 01- Introduction to Ethical Hacking

    Preview
    • Lesson 01 - Information Security Overview

      22:30Preview
      • 1 Demo of Aspen and iLabs
        22:30
      • 2 Internet is Integral Part of Business and Personal Life - What Happens Online in 60 Seconds
      • 3 Essential Terminology
      • 4 Elements of Information Security
      • 5 The Security, Functionality, and Usability Triangle
    • Lesson 02 - Information Security Threats and Attack Vectors

      01:56Preview
      • 1 Motives, Goals, and Objectives of Information Security Attacks
      • 2 Top Information Security Attack Vectors
      • 3 Information Security Threat Categories
      • 4 Types of Attacks on a System
        01:56
      • 5 Information Warfare
    • Lesson 06 - Penetration Testing Concepts

      • 1 Penetration Testing
      • 2 Why Penetration Testing
      • 3 Comparing Security Audit, Vulnerability Assessment, and Penetration Testing
      • 4 Blue Teaming/Red Teaming
      • 5 Types of Penetration Testing
      • 6 Phases of Penetration Testing
      • 7 Security Testing Methodology
    • Lesson 03 - Hacking Concepts

      01:29Preview
      • 1 What is Hacking
        01:29
      • 2 Who is a Hacker?
      • 3 Hacker Classes
      • 4 Hacking Phases
    • Lesson 04 - Ethical Hacking Concepts

      • 1 What is Ethical Hacking?
      • 2 Why Ethical Hacking is Necessary
      • 3 Scope and Limitations of Ethical Hacking
      • 4 Skills of an Ethical Hacker
    • Lesson 05 - Information Security Controls

      • 1 Information Assurance (IA)
      • 2 Information Security Management Program
      • 4 Enterprise Information Security Architecture (EISA)
      • 5 Network Security Zoning
      • 6 Defense in Depth
      • 7 Information Security Policies
      • 8 Physical Security
      • 10 What is Risk?
      • 11 Threat Modeling
      • 12 Incident Management
      • 13 Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM)
      • 14 User Behavior Analytics (UBA)
      • 15 Network Security Controls
      • 16 Identity and Access Management (IAM)
      • 17 Data Leakage
      • 18 Data Backup
      • 19 Data Recovery
      • 20 Role of AI/ML in Cyber Security
    • Lesson 07 - Information Security Laws and Standards

      • 1 Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS)
      • 2 ISO/IEC 27001:2013
      • 3 Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
      • 4 Sarbanes Oxley Act (SOX)
      • 5 The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)
      • 6 Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA)
      • 7 Cyber Law in Different Countries
  • Module 02- Footprinting and Reconnaissance

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    • Lesson 01 - Footprinting Concepts

      01:04Preview
      • 1 What is Footprinting?
        01:04
      • 2 Objectives of Footprinting
    • Lesson 02 - Footprinting through Search Engines

      18:51Preview
      • 1 Footprinting through Search Engines
        12:09
      • 2 Footprinting using Advanced Google Hacking Techniques
      • 3 Information Gathering Using Google Advanced Search and Image Search
      • 4 Google Hacking Database
        06:42
      • 5 VoIP and VPN Footprinting through Google Hacking Database
    • Lesson 03 - Footprinting through Web Services

      08:37
      • 1 Finding Company’s Top-level Domains (TLDs) and Sub-domains
      • 2 Finding the Geographical Location of the Target
      • 3 People Search on Social Networking Sites and People Search Services
        07:41
      • 4 Gathering Information from LinkedIn
      • 5 Gather Information from Financial Services
      • 6 Footprinting through Job Sites
        00:56
      • 7 Monitoring Target Using Alerts
      • 8 Information Gathering Using Groups, Forums, and Blogs
      • 9 Determining the Operating System
      • 10 VoIP and VPN Footprinting through SHODAN
    • Lesson 04 - Footprinting through Social Networking Sites

      • 1 Collecting Information through Social Engineering on Social Networking Sites
    • Lesson 05 - Website Footprinting

      08:21
      • 1 Website Footprinting
        08:21
      • 2 Website Footprinting using Web Spiders
      • 3 Mirroring Entire Website
      • 4 Extracting Website Information from https://archive.org
      • 5 Extracting Metadata of Public Documents
      • 6 Monitoring Web Pages for Updates and Changes
    • Lesson 06- Email Footprinting

      37:01
      • 1 Tracking Email Communications
        37:01
      • 2 Collecting Information from Email Header
      • 3 Email Tracking Tools
    • Lesson 07- Competitive Intelligence

      00:50
      • 1 Competitive Intelligence Gathering
        00:50
      • 2 Competitive Intelligence - When Did this Company Begin? How Did it Develop?
      • 3 Competitive Intelligence - What Are the Company's Plans?
      • 4 Competitive Intelligence - What Expert Opinions Say About the Company
      • 5 Monitoring Website Traffic of Target Company
      • 6 Tracking Online Reputation of the Target
    • Lesson 08- Whois Footprinting

      42:37
      • 1 Whois Lookup
        12:11
      • 2 Whois Lookup Result Analysis
        30:26
      • 3 Whois Lookup Tools
      • 4 Finding IP Geolocation Information
    • Lesson 09- DNS Footprinting

      • 1 Extracting DNS Information
      • 2 DNS Interrogation Tools
    • Lesson 10- Network Footprinting

      • 1 Locate the Network Range
      • 2 Traceroute
      • 3 Traceroute
      • 4 Traceroute Tools
    • Lesson 11- Footprinting through Social Engineering

      09:17
      • 1 Footprinting through Social Engineering
        09:17
      • 2 Collect Information Using Eavesdropping, Shoulder Surfing, and Dumpster Diving
    • Lesson 12- Footprinting Tools

      • 1 Maltego
      • 2 Recon-ng
      • 3 FOCA
      • 4 Recon-Dog
      • 5 OSRFramework
      • 6 Additional Footprinting Tools
    • Lesson 13- Countermeasures

      00:57
      • 1 Footprinting Countermeasures
        00:57
    • Lesson 14- Footprinting Pen Testing

      • 1 Footprinting Pen Testing
      • 2 Footprinting Pen Testing Report Templates
  • Module 03- Scanning Networks

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    • Lesson 01 - Network Scanning Concepts

      • 1 Overview of Network Scanning
      • 2 TCP Communication Flags
      • 3 TCP/IP Communication
      • 4 Creating Custom Packet Using TCP Flags
      • 5 Scanning in IPv6 Networks
    • Lesson 02 - Scanning Tools

      • 1 Nmap
      • 2 Hping2 / Hping3
      • 3 Scanning Tools
      • 4 Scanning Tools for Mobile
    • Lesson 03- Scanning Techniques

      • 1 Scanning Technique
      • 2 Port Scanning Countermeasures
    • Lesson 04- Scanning Beyond IDS and Firewall

      • 1 IDS/Firewall Evasion Techniques
    • Lesson 05- Banner Grabbing

      06:25Preview
      • 1 Banner Grabbing
        03:19
      • 2 How to Identify Target System OS
        03:06
      • 3 Banner Grabbing Countermeasures
    • Lesson 06- Draw Network Diagrams

      • 1 Draw Network Diagrams
      • 2 Network Discovery and Mapping Tools
      • 3 Network Discovery Tools for Mobile
    • Lesson 07- Scanning Pen Testing

      • 1 Scanning Pen Testing
  • Module 04- Enumeration

    Preview
    • Lesson 01 - Enumeration Concepts

      • 1 What is Enumeration?
      • 2 Techniques for Enumeration
      • 3 Services and Ports to Enumerate
    • Lesson 02 - NetBIOS Enumeration

      14:40Preview
      • 1 NetBIOS Enumeration
        14:40
      • 2 NetBIOS Enumeration Tool
      • 3 Enumerating User Accounts
      • 4 Enumerating Shared Resources Using Net View
    • Lesson 03 - SNMP Enumeration

      06:20Preview
      • 1 SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) Enumeration
        06:20
      • 2 Working of SNMP
      • 3 Management Information Base (MIB)
      • 4 SNMP Enumeration Tools
    • Lesson 04 - LDAP Enumeration

      05:45Preview
      • 1 LDAP Enumeration
        05:45
      • 2 LDAP Enumeration Tools
    • Lesson 05 - NTP Enumeration

      03:59
      • 1 NTP Enumeration
        03:59
      • 2 NTP Enumeration Commands
      • 2 NTP Enumeration Tools
    • Lesson 06 - SMTP Enumeration and DNS Enumeration

      17:21Preview
      • 1 SMTP Enumeration
        17:21
      • 2 SMTP Enumeration Tools
      • 3 DNS Enumeration Using Zone Transfer
    • Lesson 07 - Other Enumeration Techniques

      • 1 IPsec Enumeration
      • 2 VoIP Enumeration
      • 3 RPC Enumeration
      • 4 Unix/Linux User Enumeration
    • Lesson 08 - Enumeration Countermeasures

      • 1 Enumeration Countermeasures
    • Lesson 09 - Enumeration Pen Testing

      • 1 Enumeration Pen Testing
  • Module 05- Vulnerability Analysis

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    • Lesson 01- Vulnerability Assessment Concepts

      • 1 Vulnerability Research
      • 2 Vulnerability Classification
      • 3 What is Vulnerability Assessment?
      • 4 Types of Vulnerability Assessment
      • 5 Vulnerability-Management Life Cycle
    • Lesson 02- Vulnerability Assessment Solutions

      • 1 Comparing Approaches to Vulnerability Assessment
      • 2 Working of Vulnerability Scanning Solutions
      • 3 Types of Vulnerability Assessment Tools
      • 4 Characteristics of a Good Vulnerability Assessment Solution
      • 5 Choosing a Vulnerability Assessment Tool
      • 6 Criteria for Choosing a Vulnerability Assessment Tool
      • 7 Best Practices for Selecting Vulnerability Assessment Tools
    • Lesson 03- Vulnerability Scoring Systems

      • 1 Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS)
      • 2 Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE)
      • 3 National Vulnerability Database (NVD)
      • 4 Resources for Vulnerability Research
    • Lesson 04- Vulnerability Assessment Tools

      • 1 Vulnerability Assessment Tools
      • 2 Vulnerability Assessment Tools for Mobile
    • Lesson 05- Vulnerability Assessment Reports

      • 1 Vulnerability Assessment Reports
      • 2 Analyzing Vulnerability Scanning Report
  • Module 06- System Hacking

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    • Lesson 01- System Hacking Concepts

      • 1 CEH Hacking Methodology (CHM)
      • 2 System Hacking Goals
    • Lesson 02- Cracking Passwords

      • 1 Password Cracking
      • 2 Types of Password Attacks
      • 3 Password Recovery Tools
      • 4 Microsoft Authentication
      • 5 How Hash Passwords Are Stored in Windows SAM?
      • 6 NTLM Authentication Process
      • 7 Kerberos Authentication
      • 8 Password Salting
      • 9 Tools to Extract the Password Hashes
      • 10 Password Cracking Tools
      • 11 How to Defend against Password Cracking
      • 12 How to Defend against LLMNR/NBT-NS Poisoning
    • Lesson 03- Escalating Privileges

      • 1 Privilege Escalation
      • 2 Privilege Escalation Using DLL Hijacking
      • 3 Privilege Escalation by Exploiting Vulnerabilities
      • 4 Privilege Escalation Using Dylib Hijacking
      • 5 Privilege Escalation using Spectre and Meltdown Vulnerabilities
      • 6 Other Privilege Escalation Techniques
      • 7 How to Defend Against Privilege Escalation
    • Lesson 04- Executing Applications

      • 1 Executing Applications
      • 2 Keylogger
      • 3 Spyware
      • 4 How to Defend Against Keyloggers
      • 5 How to Defend Against Spyware
    • Lesson 05- Hiding Files

      • 1 Rootkits
      • 2 NTFS Data Stream
      • 3 What is Steganography?
    • Lesson 06- Covering Tracks

      • 1 Covering Tracks
      • 2 Disabling Auditing: Auditpol
      • 3 Clearing Logs
      • 4 Manually Clearing Event Logs
      • 5 Ways to Clear Online Tracks
      • 6 Covering BASH Shell Tracks
      • 7 Covering Tracks on Network
      • 8 Covering Tracks on OS
      • 9 Covering Tracks Tools
    • Lesson 07- Penetration Testing

      • 1 Password Cracking
      • 2 Privilege Escalation
      • 3 Executing Applications
      • 4 Hiding Files
      • 5 Covering Tracks
  • Module 07- Malware Threats

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    • Lesson 01- Malware Concepts

      • 1 Introduction to Malware
      • 2 Different Ways a Malware can Get into a System
      • 3 Common Techniques Attackers Use to Distribute Malware on the Web
      • 4 Components of Malware
    • Lesson 02- Trojan Concepts

      • 1 What is a Trojan?
      • 2 How Hackers Use Trojans
      • 3 Common Ports used by Trojans
      • 4 How to Infect Systems Using a Trojan
      • 5 Trojan Horse Construction Kit
      • 6 Wrappers
      • 7 Crypters
      • 8 How Attackers Deploy a Trojan
      • 9 Exploit Kits
      • 10 Evading Anti-Virus Techniques
      • 11 Types of Trojans
    • Lesson 03- Virus and Worm Concepts

      • 1 Introduction to Viruses
      • 2 Stages of Virus Life
      • 3 Working of Viruses
      • 4 Indications of Virus Attack
      • 5 How does a Computer Get Infected by Viruses
      • 6 Virus Hoaxes
      • 7 Fake Antiviruses
      • 8 Ransomware
      • 9 Types of Viruses
      • 10 Creating Virus
      • 11 Computer Worms
      • 12 Worm Makers
    • Lesson 04- Malware Analysis

      • 1 What is Sheep Dip Computer?
      • 2 Anti-Virus Sensor Systems
      • 3 Introduction to Malware Analysis
      • 4 Malware Analysis Procedure: Preparing Testbed
      • 5 Static Malware Analysis
      • 6 Dynamic Malware Analysis
      • 7 Virus Detection Methods
      • 8 Trojan Analysis: ZeuS/Zbot
      • 9 Virus Analysis: WannaCry
    • Lesson 05- Countermeasures

      • 1 Trojan Countermeasures
      • 2 Backdoor Countermeasures
      • 3 Virus and Worms Countermeasures
    • Lesson 06- Anti-Malware Software

      • 1 Anti-Trojan Software
      • 2 Antivirus Software
    • Lesson 07- Malware Penetration Testing

      • 1 Malware Penetration Testing
  • Module 08- Sniffing

    Preview
    • Lesson 01- Sniffing Concepts

      • 1 Network Sniffing
      • 2 Types of Sniffing
      • 3 How an Attacker Hacks the Network Using Sniffers
      • 4 Protocols Vulnerable to Sniffing
      • 5 Sniffing in the Data Link Layer of the OSI Model
      • 6 Hardware Protocol Analyzers
      • 7 SPAN Port
      • 8 Wiretapping
      • 9 Lawful Interception
    • Lesson 02- Sniffing Technique: MAC Attacks

      • 1 MAC Address/CAM Table
      • 2 How CAM Works
      • 3 What Happens When CAM Table Is Full?
      • 4 MAC Flooding
      • 5 Switch Port Stealing
      • 6 How to Defend against MAC Attacks
    • Lesson 03- Sniffing Technique: DHCP Attacks

      • 1 How DHCP Works
      • 2 DHCP Request/Reply Messages
      • 3 DHCP Starvation Attack
      • 4 Rogue DHCP Server Attack
      • 5 How to Defend Against DHCP Starvation and Rogue Server Attack
    • Lesson 04- Sniffing Technique: ARP Poisoning

      • 1 What Is Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)?
      • 2 ARP Spoofing Attack
      • 3 Threats of ARP Poisoning
      • 4 ARP Poisoning Tools
      • 5 How to Defend Against ARP Poisoning
      • 6 Configuring DHCP Snooping and Dynamic ARP Inspection on Cisco Switches
      • 7 ARP Spoofing Detection Tools
    • Lesson 05- Sniffing Technique: Spoofing Attacks

      • 1 MAC Spoofing/Duplicating
      • 2 MAC Spoofing Technique: Windows
      • 3 MAC Spoofing Tools
      • 4 IRDP Spoofing
      • 5 How to Defend Against MAC Spoofing
    • Lesson 06- Sniffing Technique: DNS Poisoning

      • 1 DNS Poisoning Techniques
      • 2 How to Defend Against DNS Spoofing
    • Lesson 07- Sniffing Tools

      • 1 Sniffing Tool: Wireshark
      • 2 Sniffing Tools
      • 3 Packet Sniffing Tools for Mobile
    • Lesson 08- Countermeasures

      • 1 How to Defend Against Sniffing
    • Lesson 09- Sniffing Detection Techniques

      • 1 How to Detect Sniffing
      • 2 Sniffer Detection Techniques
      • 3 Promiscuous Detection Tools
    • Lesson 10- Sniffing Pen Testing

      • 1 Sniffing Penetration Testing
  • Module 09- Social Engineering

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    • Lesson 01 - Social Engineering Concepts

      • 1 What is Social Engineering?
      • 2 Phases of a Social Engineering Attack
    • Lesson 02 - Social Engineering Techniques

      • 1 Types of Social Engineering
      • 2 Human-based Social Engineering
      • 3 Computer-based Social Engineering
      • 4 Mobile-based Social Engineering
    • Lesson 04 - Impersonation on Social Networking Sites

      • 1 Social Engineering Through Impersonation on Social Networking Sites
      • 2 Impersonation on Facebook
      • 3 Risks of Social Networking Threats to Corporate Networks
    • Lesson 05 - Identity Theft

      • 1 Identify Theft
    • Lesson 06 - Countermeasures

      • 1 Social Engineering Countermeasures
      • 2 Insider Threats Countermeasures
      • 3 Identity Theft Countermeasures
      • 4 How to Detect Phishing Emails
      • 5 Anti-Phishing Toolbar
      • 6 Common Social Engineering Targets and Defense Strategies
    • Lesson 07 - Social Engineering Penetration Testing

      • 1 Social Engineering Pen Testing
      • 2 Social Engineering Pen Testing Tools
    • Lesson 03- Insider Threats

      • 1 Insider Threat / Insider Attack
      • 2 Type of Insider Threats
  • Module 10- Denial-of-Service

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    • Lesson 01 - DoS/DDoS Concepts

      • 1 What is Denial of Service Attack?
      • 2 What is Distributed Denial of Service Attack?
    • Lesson 02 - DoS/DDoS Attack Techniques

      • 1 Basic Categories of DoS/DDoS Attack Vectors
      • 2 UDP Flood Attack
      • 3 ICMP Flood Attack
      • 4 Ping of Death and Smurf Attack
      • 5 SYN Flood Attack
      • 6 Fragmentation Attack
      • 7 HTTP GET/POST and Slowloris Attacks
      • 8 Multi-Vector Attack
      • 9 Peer-to-Peer Attacks
      • 10 Permanent Denial-of-Service Attack
      • 11 Distributed Reflection Denial-of-Service (DRDoS)
    • Lesson 03 - Botnets

      • 1 Organized Cyber Crime: Organizational Chart
      • 2 Botnet
      • 3 A Typical Botnet Setup
      • 4 Botnet Ecosystem
      • 5 Scanning Methods for Finding Vulnerable Machines
      • 6 How Malicious Code Propagates?
      • 7 Botnet Trojan
    • Lesson 04 - DDoS Case Study

      • 1 DDoS Attack
      • 2 Hackers Advertise Links to Download Botnet
      • 3 Use of Mobile Devices as Botnets for Launching DDoS Attacks
      • 4 DDoS Case Study: Dyn DDoS Attack
    • Lesson 05 - DoS/DDoS Attack Tools

      • 1 DoS and DDoS Attack Tool
      • 2 DoS and DDoS Attack Tool for Mobile
    • Lesson 06 - Countermeasures

      • 1 Detection Techniques
      • 2 DoS/DDoS Countermeasure Strategies
      • 3 DDoS Attack Countermeasures
      • 4 Techniques to Defend against Botnets
      • 5 DoS/DDoS Countermeasures
      • 6 DoS/DDoS Protection at ISP Level
      • 7 Enabling TCP Intercept on Cisco IOS Software
    • Lesson 07 - DoS/DDoS Protection Tools

      • 1 Advanced DDoS Protection Appliances
      • 2 DoS/DDoS Protection Tools
    • Lesson 08 - DoS/DDoS Attack Penetration Testing

      • 1 Denial-of-Service (DoS) Attack Pen Testing
  • Module 11- Session Hijacking

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    • Lesson 01- Session Hijacking Concepts

      • 1 What is Session Hijacking?
      • 2 Why Session Hijacking is Successful?
      • 3 Session Hijacking Process
      • 4 Packet Analysis of a Local Session Hijack
      • 5 Types of Session Hijacking
      • 6 Session Hijacking in OSI Model
      • 7 Spoofing vs. Hijacking
    • Lesson 02- Application Level Session Hijacking

      • 1 Application Level Session Hijacking
      • 2 Compromising Session IDs using Sniffing and by Predicting Session Token
      • 3 Compromising Session IDs Using Man-in-the-Middle Attack
      • 4 Compromising Session IDs Using Man-in-the-Browser Attack
      • 5 Compromising Session IDs Using Client-side Attacks
      • 6 Compromising Session IDs Using Client-side Attacks: Cross-site Script Attack
      • 7 Compromising Session IDs Using Client-side Attacks: Cross-site Request Forgery Attack
      • 8 Compromising Session IDs Using Session Replay Attack
      • 9 Compromising Session IDs Using Session Fixation
      • 10 Session Hijacking Using Proxy Servers
      • 11 Session Hijacking Using CRIME Attack
      • 12 Session Hijacking Using Forbidden Attack
    • Lesson 03- Network Level Session Hijacking

      • 1 TCP/IP Hijacking
      • 2 IP Spoofing: Source Routed Packets
      • 3 RST Hijacking
      • 4 Blind Hijacking
      • 5 UDP Hijacking
      • 6 MiTM Attack Using Forged ICMP and ARP Spoofing
    • Lesson 04- Session Hijacking Tools

      • 1 Session Hijacking Tools
      • 2 Session Hijacking Tools For Mobile
    • Lesson 05- Countermeasures

      • 1 Session Hijacking Detection Methods
      • 2 Protecting against Session Hijacking
      • 3 Methods to Prevent Session Hijacking: To be Followed by Web Developers
      • 4 Methods to Prevent Session Hijacking: To be Followed by Web Users
      • 5 Session Hijacking Detection Tools
      • 6 Approaches Vulnerable to Session Hijacking and their Preventative Solutions
      • 7 Approaches to Prevent Session Hijacking
      • 8 IPSec
      • 9 Session Hijacking Prevention Tools
    • Lesson 06- Penetration Testing

      • 1 Session Hijacking Pen Testing
  • Module 12 - Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots

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    • Lesson 01- IDS, Firewall and Honeypot Concepts

      • 1 Intrusion Detection System (IDS)
      • 2 Firewall
      • 3 Honeypot
    • Lesson 02- IDS, Firewall and Honeypot Solutions

      • 1 Intrusion Detection Tool
      • 2 Firewalls
      • 3 Honeypot Tools
    • Lesson 03- Evading IDS

      • 1 IDS Evasion Techniques
    • Lesson 04- Evading Firewalls

      • 1 Firewall Evasion Techniques
    • Lesson 05- IDS/Firewall Evading Tools

      • 1 IDS/Firewall Evasion Tools
      • 2 Packet Fragment Generator Tools
    • Lesson 06- Detecting Honeypots

      • 1 Detecting Honeypots
      • 2 Detecting and Defeating Honeypots
      • 3 Honeypot Detection Tool: Send-Safe Honeypot Hunte
    • Lesson 07- IDS/Firewall Evasion Countermeasures

      • 1 How to Defend Against IDS Evasion
      • 2 How to Defend Against Firewall Evasion
    • Lesson 08- Penetration Testing

      • Firewall/IDS Penetration Testing
  • Module 13- Hacking Web Servers

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    • Lesson 01- Web Server Concepts

      • 1 Web Server Operations
      • 2 Open Source Web Server Architecture
      • 3 IIS Web Server Architecture
      • 4 Web Server Security Issue
      • 5 Why Web Servers Are Compromised?
      • 6 Impact of Web Server Attacks
    • Lesson 02- Web Server Attacks

      • 1 DoS/DDoS Attacks
      • 2 DNS Server Hijacking
      • 3 DNS Amplification Attack
      • 4 Directory Traversal Attacks
      • 5 Man-in-the-Middle/Sniffing Attack
      • 6 Phishing Attacks
      • 7 Website Defacement
      • 8 Web Server Misconfiguration
      • 9 HTTP Response Splitting Attack
      • 10 Web Cache Poisoning Attack
      • 11 SSH Brute Force Attack
      • 12 Web Server Password Cracking
      • 13 Web Application Attacks
    • Lesson 03- Web Server Attack Methodology

      • 1 Information Gathering
      • 2 Web Server Footprinting/Banner Grabbing
      • 3 Website Mirroring
      • 4 Vulnerability Scanning
      • 5 Session Hijacking
      • 6 Web Server Passwords Hacking
      • 7 Using Application Server as a Proxy
    • Lesson 04- Web Server Attack Tools

      • 1 Metasploit
      • 2 Web Server Attack Tools
    • Lesson 05- Countermeasures

      • 1 Place Web Servers in Separate Secure Server Security Segment on Network
      • 2 Countermeasures
      • 3 Detecting Web Server Hacking Attempts
      • 4 How to Defend Against Web Server Attacks
      • 5 How to Defend against HTTP Response Splitting and Web Cache Poisoning
      • 6 How to Defend against DNS Hijacking
    • Lesson 06- Patch Management

      • 1 Patches and Hotfixes
      • 2 What is Patch Management
      • 3 Installation of a Patch
      • 4 Patch Management Tools
    • Lesson 07- Web Server Security Tools

      • 1 Web Application Security Scanners
      • 2 Web Server Security Scanners
      • 3 Web Server Security Tools
    • Lesson 08- Web Server Pen Testing

      • 1 Web Server Penetration Testing
      • 2 Web Server Pen Testing Tools
  • Module 14- Hacking Web Applications

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    • Lesson 01 - Web App Concepts

      • 1 Introduction to Web Applications
      • 2 Web Application Architecture
      • 3 Web 2.0 Applications
      • 4 Vulnerability Stack
    • Lesson 02 - Web App Threats

      • 1 OWASP Top 10 Application Security Risks – 2017
      • 2 Other Web Application Threats
    • Lesson 03 - Hacking Methodology

      • 1 Web App Hacking Methodology
      • 2 Footprint Web Infrastructure
      • 2 Attack Web Servers
      • 3 Analyze Web Applications
      • 4 Bypass Client-Side Controls
      • 5 Attack Authentication Mechanism
      • 6 Authorization Attack Schemes
      • 7 Attack Access Controls
      • 8 Attack Session Management Mechanism
      • 9 Perform Injection/Input Validation Attacks
      • 10 Attack Application Logic Flaws
      • 11 Attack Database Connectivity
      • 12 Attack Web App Client
      • 13 Attack Web Services
    • Lesson 04 - Web Application Hacking Tools

      • 1 Web Application Hacking Tools
    • Lesson 05 - Countermeasures

      • 1 Web Application Fuzz Testing
      • 2 Source Code Review
      • 3 Encoding Schemes
      • 4 How to Defend Against Injection Attacks
      • 5 Web Application Attack Countermeasures
      • 6 How to Defend Against Web Application Attacks
    • Lesson 06 - Web App Security Testing Tools

      • 1 Web Application Security Testing Tools
      • 2 Web Application Firewall
    • Lesson 07 - Web App Pen Testing

      • 1 Web Application Pen Testing
      • 2 Web Application Pen Testing Framework
  • Module 15- SQL Injection

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    • Lesson 01 - SQL Injection Concepts

      • 1 What is SQL Injection?
      • 2 SQL Injection and Server-side Technologies
      • 3 Understanding HTTP POST Request
      • 4 Understanding Normal SQL Query
      • 5 Understanding an SQL Injection Query
      • 6 Understanding an SQL Injection Query – Code Analysis
      • 8 Example of a Web App Vulnerable to SQL Injection: BadProductList.aspx
      • 9 Example of a Web Application Vulnerable to SQL Injection: Attack Analysis
      • 10 Example of SQL Injection
    • Lesson 02 - Types of SQL Injection

      • 1 Types of SQL Injection
    • Lesson 03 - SQL Injection Methodology

      • 1 SQL Injection Methodology
    • Lesson 04 - SQL Injection Tools

      • 1 SQL Injection Tools
      • 2 SQL Injection Tools
      • 3 SQL Injection Tools for Mobile
    • Lesson 05 - Evasion Techniques

      • 1 Evading IDS
      • 2 Types of Signature Evasion Techniques
    • Lesson 06 - Countermeasures

      • 1 How to Defend Against SQL Injection Attacks?
      • 2 SQL Injection Detection Tools
      • 3 SQL Injection Detection Tools
  • Module 16- Hacking Wireless Networks

    Preview
    • Lesson 01 - Wireless Concepts

      • 1 Wireless Terminologies
      • 2 Wireless Networks
      • 3 Wireless Standards
      • 4 Service Set Identifier (SSID)
      • 5 Wi-Fi Authentication Modes
      • 6 Wi-Fi Authentication Process Using a Centralized Authentication Server
      • 7 Types of Wireless Antenna
    • Lesson 02 - Wireless Encryption

      • 1 Types of Wireless Encryption
      • 2 WEP vs. WPA vs. WPA2
      • 3 WEP Issues
      • 4 Weak Initialization Vectors (IV)
    • Lesson 03 - Wireless Threats

      • 1 Wireless Threats
    • Lesson 04 - Wireless Hacking Methodology

      • 1 Wireless Hacking Methodology
    • Lesson 05 - Wireless Hacking Tools

      • 1 WEP/WPA Cracking Tools
      • 2 WEP/WPA Cracking Tool for Mobile
      • 3 Wi-Fi Sniffer
      • 4 Wi-Fi Traffic Analyzer Tools
      • 5 Other Wireless Hacking Tools
    • Lesson 06 - Bluetooth Hacking

      • 1 Bluetooth Stack
      • 2 Bluetooth Hacking
      • 3 Bluetooth Threats
      • 4 How to BlueJack a Victim?
      • 4 Bluetooth Hacking Tools
    • Lesson 07 - Countermeasures

      • 1 Wireless Security Layers
      • 2 How to Defend Against WPA/WPA2 Cracking
      • 3 How to Defend Against KRACK Attacks
      • 4 How to Detect and Block Rogue AP
      • 5 How to Defend Against Wireless Attacks
      • 6 How to Defend Against Bluetooth Hacking
    • Lesson 08 - Wireless Security Tools

      • 1 Wireless Intrusion Prevention Systems
      • 2 Wireless IPS Deployment
      • 3 Wi-Fi Security Auditing Tool
      • 4 Wi-Fi Intrusion Prevention System
      • 5 Wi-Fi Predictive Planning Tools
      • 6 Wi-Fi Vulnerability Scanning Tools
      • 7 Bluetooth Security Tool
      • 8 Wi-Fi Security Tools for Mobile
    • Lesson 09 - Wi-Fi Pen Testing

      • 1 Wireless Penetration Testing
      • 2 Wireless Penetration Testing Framework
  • Module 17- Hacking Mobile Platforms

    Preview
    • Lesson 01- Mobile Platform Attack Vectors

      • 1 Vulnerable Areas in Mobile Business Environment
      • 2 OWASP Top 10 Mobile Risks - 2016
      • 3 Anatomy of a Mobile Attack
      • 4 How a Hacker can Profit from Mobile when Successfully Compromised
      • 5 Mobile Attack Vectors and Mobile Platform Vulnerabilities
      • 6 Security Issues Arising from App Stores
      • 7 App Sandboxing Issues
      • 8 Mobile Spam
      • 9 SMS Phishing Attack (SMiShing) (Targeted Attack Scan)
      • 10 Pairing Mobile Devices on Open Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Connections
    • Lesson 02- Hacking Android OS

      • 1 Android OS
      • 2 Android Rooting
      • 3 Blocking Wi-Fi Access using NetCut
      • 4 Hacking with zANTI
      • 5 Hacking Networks Using Network Spoofer
      • 6 Launching DoS Attack using Low Orbit Ion Cannon (LOIC)
      • 7 Performing Session Hijacking Using DroidSheep
      • 8 Hacking with Orbot Proxy
      • 9 Android-based Sniffers
      • 10 Android Trojans
      • 11 Securing Android Devices
      • 12 Android Security Tool: Find My Device
      • 13 Android Security Tools
      • 14 Android Vulnerability Scanner
      • 15 Android Device Tracking Tools
    • Lesson 03- Hacking iOS

      • 1 Apple iOS
      • 2 Jailbreaking iOS
      • 3 iOS Trojans
      • 4 Guidelines for Securing iOS Devices
      • 5 iOS Device Tracking Tools
      • 6 iOS Device Security Tools
    • Lesson 04- Mobile Spyware

      • 1 Mobile Spyware
      • 2 Mobile Spyware: mSpy
      • 3 Mobile Spywares
    • Lesson 05- Mobile Device Management

      • 1 Mobile Device Management (MDM)
      • 2 Mobile Device Management Solutions
      • 3 Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
    • Lesson 06- Mobile Security Guidelines and Tools

      • 1 General Guidelines for Mobile Platform Security
      • 2 Mobile Device Security Guidelines for Administrator
      • 3 SMS Phishing Countermeasures
      • 4 Mobile Protection Tools
      • 5 Mobile Anti-Spyware
    • Lesson 07- Mobile Pen Testing

      • 1 Android Phone Pen Testing
      • 2 iPhone Pen Testing
      • 3 Mobile Pen Testing Toolkit: Hackode
  • Module 18- IoT Hacking

    Preview
    • Lesson 01- IoT Concepts

      • 1 What is IoT
      • 2 How IoT Works
      • 3 IoT Architecture
      • 4 IoT Application Areas and Devices
      • 5 IoT Technologies and Protocols
      • 6 IoT Communication Models
      • 7 Challenges of IoT
      • 8 Threat vs Opportunity
    • Lesson 02- IoT Attacks

      • 1 IoT Security Problems
      • 2 OWASP Top 10 IoT Vulnerabilities and Obstacles
      • 3 IoT Attack Surface Areas
      • 4 IoT Threats
      • 5 Hacking IoT Devices: General Scenario
      • 6 IoT Attacks
      • 7 IoT Attacks in Different Sectors
    • Lesson 03- IoT Hacking Methodology

      • 1 What is IoT Device Hacking?
      • 2 IoT Hacking Methodology
    • Lesson 04- IoT Hacking Tools

      • 1 Information Gathering Tools
      • 2 Sniffing Tools
      • 3 Vulnerability Scanning Tools
      • 4 IoT Hacking Tools
    • Lesson 05- Countermeasures

      • 1 How to Defend Against IoT Hacking
      • 2 General Guidelines for IoT Device Manufacturing Companies
      • 3 OWASP Top 10 IoT Vulnerabilities Solutions
      • 4 IoT Framework Security Considerations
      • 5 IoT Security Tools
    • Lesson 06- IoT Pen Testing

      • 1 IoT Pen Testing
  • Module 19- Cloud Computing

    Preview
    • Lesson 01 - Cloud Computing Concepts

      • 1 Introduction to Cloud Computing
      • 2 Separation of Responsibilities in Cloud
      • 3 Cloud Deployment Models
      • 4 NIST Cloud Computing Reference Architecture
      • 5 Cloud Computing Benefits
      • 6 Understanding Virtualization
    • Lesson 02 - Cloud Computing Threats

      • 1 Cloud Computing Threats
    • Lesson 03 - Cloud Computing Attacks

      • 1 Service Hijacking using Social Engineering Attacks
      • 2 Service Hijacking using Network Sniffing
      • 3 Session Hijacking using XSS Attack
      • 4 Session Hijacking using Session Riding
      • 5 Domain Name System (DNS) Attacks
      • 6 Side Channel Attacks or Cross-guest VM Breaches
      • 7 SQL Injection Attacks
      • 8 Cryptanalysis Attacks
      • 9 Wrapping Attack
      • 10 Denial-of-Service (DoS) and Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) Attacks
      • 11 Man-in-the-Cloud Attack
    • Lesson 04 - Cloud Security

      • 1 Cloud Security Control Layers
      • 2 Cloud Security is the Responsibility of both Cloud Provider and Consumer
      • 3 Cloud Computing Security Considerations
      • 4 Placement of Security Controls in the Cloud
      • 5 Best Practices for Securing Cloud
      • 6 NIST Recommendations for Cloud Security
      • 7 Organization/Provider Cloud Security Compliance Checklist
    • Lesson 05 - Cloud Security Tools

      • 1 Cloud Security Tools
    • Lesson 06 - Cloud Penetration Testing

      • 1 What is Cloud Pen Testing?
      • 2 Key Considerations for Pen Testing in the Cloud
      • 3 Cloud Penetration Testing
      • 4 Recommendations for Cloud Testing
  • Module 20- Cryptography

    Preview
    • Lesson 01- Cryptography Concepts

      • 1 Cryptography
      • 2 Government Access to Keys (GAK)
    • Lesson 02- Encryption Algorithms

      • 1 Ciphers
      • 2 Data Encryption Standard (DES)
      • 3 Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)
      • 4 RC4, RC5, and RC6 Algorithms
      • 5 Twofish
      • 6 The DSA and Related Signature Schemes
      • 7 Rivest Shamir Adleman (RSA)
      • 8 Diffie-Hellman
      • 9 Message Digest (One-Way Hash) Functions
    • Lesson 03- Cryptography Tools

      • 1 MD5 Hash Calculators
      • 2 Hash Calculators for Mobile
      • 3 Cryptography Tools
      • 4 Cryptography Tools for Mobile
    • Lesson 04- Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)

      • 1 Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
    • Lesson 05- Email Encryption

      • 1 Digital Signature
      • 2 Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
      • 3 Transport Layer Security (TLS)
      • 4 Cryptography Toolkit
      • 5 Pretty Good Privacy (PGP)
    • Lesson 06- Disk Encryption

      • 1 Disk Encryption
      • 2 Disk Encryption Tools
    • Lesson 07- Cryptanalysis

      • 1 Cryptanalysis Methods
      • 2 Code Breaking Methodologies
      • 3 Cryptography Attacks
      • 4 Cryptanalysis Tools
      • 5 Online MD5 Decryption Tools
    • Lesson 08- Countermeasures

      • 1 How to Defend Against Cryptographic Attacks

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Ethical Hacking Course Advisor

  • Dean Pompilio

    Dean Pompilio

    Technical Trainer, Owner- Steppingstonesolutions Inc

    Mr.Pompilio has been an IT Professional since 1989. He has worn many hats along the way and holds over 20 IT certifications which include EC-Council CEI, CEH, CHFI, CISSP, CISA, CISM. His passion is to help IT professionals achieve their training goals and career growth.

  • Bipin Kulkarni

    Bipin Kulkarni

    Security Expert, Content review board member at EC-Council

    Bipin has 17+ years of experience in architecting physical and cloud infrastructure deployments and security. As an EC-Council board member he is responsible for verifying CEH and ECSA courses. He is a Cloud security expert across public and private domains.

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CEH v11 Exam & Certification

CEH (v11) - Certified Ethical Hacker Training in Nairobi, Kenya
  • Is the CEH examination fees included in the course fee?

    Yes, the course fee is inclusive of the CEH examination fee.


     

  • Is this CEH Certification course in Nairobi accredited?

    Yes, our Certified Ethical Hacking course in Nairobi is accredited by EC-Council.

  • What do I need to do to unlock my Simplilearn certificate?

    You will have to attend our ethical hacking classes to unlock your certificate.

  • When can I procure exam vouchers from Simplilearn?

    The examination fees are included in the ethical hacking training in Nairobi fees offered by us. However, we recommend you procure the examination voucher, within just three months from the date when you purchase the course. If the cost for the exam increases prior to registration for our ethical hacking training in Nairobi test, you will be required to pay the difference to Simplilearn.

  • How do I schedule/book my exam?

    You will find complete information regarding course booking, on our website.

  • What is the validity of my CEH exam voucher?

    From the date of course purchase, the exam vouchers are valid for a time period of one year. If you do not take the exam from the ethical hacking training in Nairobi within one year, the voucher will expire and needs to be repurchased, which is also subject to a possible price increase.

  • Can I ask for a refund of the exam voucher cost once it is issued to me?

    No, once issued, you cannot get a refund for the exam voucher cost, paid.

  • How frequently does the CEH exam fee change?

    Certification bodies govern exam prices and they can make alterations. Changes in course fees are usually announced at the end of a financial year.

  • How do I become CEH Certified?

    To obtain the ethical hacking training in Nairobi, you must clear the CEH course in Nairobi exam. In order to register for the exam, you will be required to attend an ethical hacking training in Nairobi in an accredited facility, An ethical hacking training in Nairobi will help you land a job easily.

  • How much does the CEH certification exam cost?

    The cost of the CEH exam is $500 and you will also have to pay a registration fee of $100.

  • Is the CEH examination fee included in the course cost?

    Yes, the examination cost is included in our course fees.

  • What is the blueprint of the CEH v11 examination?

    The CEH exam follows a specific format, which includes the following and is important for students to know once they finish this ethical hacking training in Nairobi.

    • Duration: 4 hours.
    • 125 multiple choice questions.
    • Exam prefix: 312-50 (ECC exam), 312-50 (vue).

    CEH Practical Exam: The certified ethical hacker is just an extended version of the CEH course in Nairobi certification. The practical lasts for 6 hours and this exam imitates the real network, since the use of live virtual machines is made, the applications and networks as well.

  • How many attempts do I have to pass the CEH exam?

    You can take up the CEH exam no more than five times in 12 months. Also, you are not allowed to retake the same exam if you have already passed that particular version.

  • How long does it take to receive the CEH Certification exam results and receive my certification?

    The candidates get notification of their ethical hacking training in Nairobi exam results within a few minutes, after successfully completing your exam. You can take this exam after completion of ethical hacking training in Nairobi. You will receive a report as well that will contain the feedback of how you performed in your exam for ethical hacking training in Nairobi.

  • If I fail the CEH exam, how soon can I retake it and how do I apply for CEH re-examination?

    If your first attempt does not work on and result in a failure, you can choose to take up the exam for the ethical hacking training in Nairobi at any point in time. However, if you fail in successive events as well, you will have to wait for 14 days each time before you take up the exam again. You will have to buy the exam voucher again, to re-apply for the test. ethical hacking course in Nairobi.

  • What is the EC council’s exam fee refund policy?

    If your application is not approved or if you fail to pass the test, then refunds are not accepted.

  • If I need to cancel my enrollment, can I get a refund?

    Yes, you can easily cancel your enrollment, whenever you wish to. An administration fee is deducted and we refund the rest of the amount to the candidate.

  • How can I learn more about this training program?

    You may feel free to contact us through the contact form on our website or use the live chat option to interact with our representative to enroll in an ethical hacking training in Nairobi.

  • What are the pre-requisites of the CEH certification in Nairobi?

    Prior experience or training is not required for anyone looking to signup and acquire the knowledge offered in our ethical hacking training in Nairobi

  • Is the CEH certification course in Nairobi accredited?

    Yes, our ethical hacking training in Nairobi is accredited by the council. In other words, your credentials will have global acceptance.

  • Is the CEH examination fees included in the course fee?

    Yes, the course fee is inclusive of the CEH examination fee.


     

Ethical Hacking Course Reviews

  • Myles Howard II

    Myles Howard II

    Manchester

    The instructor chains together the learning topics very well. One subject leads to the next, and they are woven together comprehensively.

  • Tejaswa Rastogi

    Tejaswa Rastogi

    Mumbai

    The course encapsulates the offensive approach, which is good, and there is much to learn.

  • Eshan Sharma

    Eshan Sharma

    Bangalore

    Simplilearn is the best platform for you if you wish to enter the CEH environment and practice on different tools. Thanks a lot to my trainer, Mr. Bharat & Simplilearn Team!

  • Shekhar Pawar

    Shekhar Pawar

    Chief Executive Officer at GrassDew IT Solutions Private Limited, Mumbai

    Simplilearn is one of the best online learning portals. I had enrolled for CEHV10 - Certified Ethical Hacker Training certification. The course was simple and easy to understand. Overall it was very good. I would recommend it strongly for professional enhancement.

  • Kallol Kumar Mondal

    Kallol Kumar Mondal

    Senior Consultant, GRC @ Wipro, Bangalore

    Good, I would like refer my friend for the same course.

  • Pradeep Varadarajan

    Pradeep Varadarajan

    Bangalore

    It was really a fantastic program.

  • Anand Kumar

    Anand Kumar

    Bangalore

    Experienced faculty and excellent facility to make learning enjoyable and enrich.

  • Habib Ulla Khan GS

    Habib Ulla Khan GS

    Bangalore

    The training module is been very well structured and delivered. Trainer has been practical working in real time and helped me to get more information on real time security information. Overall feedback, Very Good.

  • Dhiraj Kumar

    Dhiraj Kumar

    Bangalore

    The course was very nice, learned many new things. The tutor was nice and useful.

  • Rajarshi Barui

    Rajarshi Barui

    Cyber Security at PwC India, Kolkata

    My experience with Simplilearn is very pleasant. Their support is prompt and excellent. The trainer helped me exceptionally. I appreciate his efforts personally. Thanks Simplilearn.

  • Abhishek Sharma

    Abhishek Sharma

    Student at G D Goenka, Faridabad

    Simplilearn's cyber security course helped me a lot to gain knowledge. The course was really awesome. Thank you Simplilearn.

  • Sooraj C

    Sooraj C

    Bangalore

    Excellent training delivered by Simplilearn.

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Why Online Bootcamp

  • Develop skills for real career growthCutting-edge curriculum designed in guidance with industry and academia to develop job-ready skills
  • Learn from experts active in their field, not out-of-touch trainersLeading practitioners who bring current best practices and case studies to sessions that fit into your work schedule.
  • Learn by working on real-world problemsCapstone projects involving real world data sets with virtual labs for hands-on learning
  • Structured guidance ensuring learning never stops24x7 Learning support from mentors and a community of like-minded peers to resolve any conceptual doubts

Ethical Hacking Training FAQs

  • What are the course objectives?

    Simplilearn’s CEH v11 Certified Ethical Hacker training (earlier CEH v9) in Cairo provides hands-on classroom training to help you master the same techniques that hackers use to penetrate network systems and leverage them ethically to protect your own infrastructure. The extensive course focuses on 20 of the most popular security domains to provide a practical approach to essential security systems. You will learn to assess computer system security by using penetration testing techniques; scan, test and hack secure systems and applications, and gain hands-on experience with sniffing, phishing and exploitation tactics. This ethical hacking course in Cairo will prepare you for the EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker exam 312-50.

    In the latest CEH v11 EC-Council has introduced the following changes:
    • CEH practical exam
    • Increased focus on Cloud attack vectors, AI and Machine Learning
    • Upgraded Vulnerability Assessment material
    • A module on the Internet of Things(IoT) Security

  • Why is the CEH certification so desirable?

    The EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker course in Nairobi verifies your advanced security skill sets to thrive in the worldwide information security domain. Many IT departments have made CEH certification a compulsory qualification for security-related posts, making it a go-to certification for security professionals. And CEH-certified professionals typically earn 44 percent higher salaries than their non-certified peers.
     
    The ethical hacking certification course opens up numerous career advancement opportunities, preparing you for a role as a computer network defense (CND) analyst, CND infrastructure support, CND incident responder, CND auditor, forensic analyst, intrusion analyst, security manager and other related high-profile roles.

  • What skills will you learn in the Ethical Hacking course in Nairobi?

    Simplilearn’s Ethical Hacking Course in Nairobi will expand your knowledge of network, web and mobile app security and prepare you to identify threats and vulnerabilities. This CEH training course will help you:
    • Grasp the step-by-step methodology and tactics that hackers use to penetrate network systems
    • Understand the finer nuances of trojans, backdoors and countermeasures
    • Get a better understanding of IDS, firewalls, honeypots and wireless hacking
    • Master advanced hacking concepts, including mobile device and smart phone hacking, writing virus codes, exploit writing & reverse engineering and corporate espionage,
    • Gain expertise on advanced concepts such as advanced network packet analysis, securing IIS & Apache web servers, Windows system administration using Powershell, and hacking SQL and Oracle databases
    • Cover the latest developments in mobile and web technologies including Andriod, iOS, BlackBerry, Windows Phone and HTML 5
    • Learn advanced log management for information assurance and allow you to manage information security with more clarity

  • Who should take the Ethical Hacking Course?

    The Certified Ethical Hacker CEH training course in Nairobi is best suited for:
    • Network security officers and practitioners
    • Site administrators
    • IS/IT specialist, analyst or manager
    • IS/IT auditor or consultant
    • IT operations manager
    • IT security specialist, analyst, manager, architect or administrator
    • IT security officer, auditor or engineer
    • Network specialist, analyst, manager, architect, consultant or administrator
    • Technical support engineer
    • Senior systems engineer
    • Systems analyst or administrator

  • What is CEH certification?

    Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) certification will enhance your ability to assess and analyze computer systems security to protect your corporate infrastructure. The exam code for CEH certification (version 10) is 312-50 and tests your capabilities in using penetration testing tools to evaluate computer systems and network security and implementing the special techniques of ethical hacking.

  • How are the Labs conducted?

    Labs are conducted on EC Council-designed iLabs. The access period is for six months.

  • Who are our instructors and how are they selected?

    All of our highly qualified trainers are CEH (v11) certified with at least 15 years of experience in ethical hacking training and working in the areas of cybersecurity and IT service and architecture. Each of them has gone through a rigorous selection process that includes profile screening, technical evaluation, and a training demo before they are certified to train for us. We also ensure that only those trainers with a high alumni rating remain on our faculty.

  • Is this live training, or will I watch pre-recorded videos?

    The ethical hacking course is conducted via live virtual classrooms (LVC). They are interactive sessions that enable you to ask questions and participate in discussions during class time. We do, however, provide recordings of each session you attend for your future reference. Classes are attended by a global audience to enrich your learning experience.

  • What tools do I need to attend the training sessions?

    The tools you’ll need to attend the Ethical Hacking Course in Nairobi are:
    • Windows: Windows XP SP3 or higher
    • Mac: OSX 10.6 or higher
    • Internet speed: Preferably 512 Kbps or higher
    • Headset, speakers and microphone: You’ll need headphones or speakers to hear instruction clearly, as well as a microphone to talk to others. You can use a headset with a built-in microphone, or separate speakers and microphone.

  • I am not able to access the online course. Who can help me?

    Contact us using the form on the right side of any page on the Simplilearn website, select the Live Chat link or contact Help & Support.

  • How do I become a CEH certified professional?

    To become a certified ethical hacker, you’ll want to follow these steps:
    1. Register for the Simplilearn CEH training
    2. Complete the online classroom training program
    3. Practice your techniques on the EC-Council designed ILabs platform
    4. Take the ethical hacking certification exam online
    5. Once you complete the course work and pass the exam, you will become a certified ethical hacking professional.

  • How much does CEH Training cost?

    We offer CEH certification training in two modes, which are Online Self Learning and Live Virtual Classroom mode. The prices are dynamic and change periodically. Please refer to the top of this page to know the current price. 

  • Where can I take EC-Council exams?

    Simplilearn provides an online exam voucher with the training package, allowing learners to take the ethical hacking certification exam remotely using their computer. The computer must have a webcam and a running Internet connection.

  • Where can I get my certificates of attendance (COA) if I have completed my training through an EC-Council authorized channel?

    The certificates of attendance (COA) can be downloaded from Aspen using your evaluation code, which would have either been emailed to you from EC-Council or is printed on the first page of your courseware. If you cannot find your code you can submit a request to Simplilearn team through the LMS for assistance.

  • Can I review my answers during the examination?

    Yes, you can review your answers before final submission.

  • How long is the CEH certification valid for?

    The CEH certification is valid for three years. You must earn 120 ECE credits to maintain the certification.

  • How much time will I have to complete the CEH exam?

    The exam duration is four hours.

  • Am I required to sign any agreement prior to the exam?

    Yes, EC-Council has developed a number of policies to support the goals of the EC-Council certification program, including:
    1. The non-disclosure agreement (NDA)
    2. EC-Council Certification Agreement 
    3. Security and Integrity Policy.

  • I took training at an accredited training center like Simplilearn but I want to take the online exam remotely in another country. Is this possible?

    Simplilearn provides ProctorU vouchers with the training, allowing you to take the final exam from anywhere in the world with a working computer and Internet connection.

  • How long do I need to wait for my EC-Council certificate after I take the exam?

    Your digital certificate will be available to download between 7-10 days from the date of certification in your Aspen account.

  • How much does a Certified Ethical Hacker make?

    CEH professionals on an average make $92,000 in the U.S.

  • What is online classroom training?

    All of the classes are conducted via live online streaming. They are interactive sessions that enable you to ask questions and participate in discussions during class time. 
     

  • How do I enroll for the online training?

    You can enroll for this training on our website and make an online payment using any of the following options:
     

    • Visa Credit or Debit Card
    • MasterCard
    • American Express
    • Diner’s Club
    • PayPal 

    Once payment is received you will automatically receive a payment receipt and access information via email.

  • Are the training and course material effective in preparing me for the CEH exam?

    Yes, Simplilearn’s ethical hacking course materials guarantee success with the CEH Certification exam.

  • What is covered under the 24/7 support promise?

    We offer 24/7 support through email, chat, and calls. We also have a dedicated team that provides on demand assistance through our community forum. What’s more, you will have lifetime access to the community forum, even after completion of your course with us.

  • What If I miss a session?

    We provide recordings of each session you attend for your future reference.

  • What is Global Teaching Assistance?

    Our teaching assistants are a dedicated team of subject matter experts here to help you get certified on your first attempt. They engage students proactively to ensure the course path is being followed and help you enrich your learning experience from class onboarding to project mentoring and job assistance. Teaching Assistance is available during business hours.
     

  • What certification will I receive after completing the CEH course in Nairobi?

    After successful completion of the CEH course training in Nairobi, you will be awarded an industry-recognized course completion certificate from Simplilearn.

  • Is the CEH certification course in Nairobi difficult?

    The trainers at Simplilearn have extensive teaching experience and understand various learner’s needs. So, the concepts covered in this CEH course in Nairobi are explained in simple language so even beginners can follow them easily.

  • How do I start a CEH Course in Nairobi?

    This CEH course first gives you a complete overview of information security, its elements, and the essential terminology. You’ll then start with information security threats and get introduced to ethical hacking.

  • What is the salary of a cyber security professional in Nairobi?

    The annual average base salary of an individual skilled in cyber security with a ceh ethical hacking certification nairobi is KSh 1m. This is the base salary which does not include bonus.

  • What are the major companies hiring for cyber security professionals in Nairobi?

    Once you complete your ceh ethical hacking certification nairobi, you can apply for jobs in many companies in the city and elsewhere. Kenya Commercial Bank is among the major companies that are hiring for a certified ethical hacker in the country. 
     

  • What are the major industries in Nairobi?

    In Nairobi, Kenya, the biggest employer is the railway industry. Other industries include food and beverage manufacturing. Tourism is another significant industry. The city offers ceh ethical hacking certification Nairobi to partake in the IT sector. 
     

  • How to become a certified ethical hacker in Nairobi?

    To become a certified ethical hacker, you would have to first enroll in training for ceh ethical hacking certification  nairobi which will teach you the basics of the field. Then you have to pass the exam for certification before you can start working as a professional.
     

  • How to Find Cyber Security Courses in Nairobi?

    Cyber Security courses are diverse. You would need to filter your options based on your educational background and your interests. Consider your skillset to see if you fulfil the criteria before enrolling. Also look into the required conditions for ceh ethical hacking certification  nairobi.

  • Is CEH a good certification?

    To be precise, yes. If you are interested in having a career in cybersecurity or want to become an ethical hacker, CEH certification is the best way to move forward. Issued by the EC-Council, the CEH certification is a testament to the fact that you are well-versed with all the nuances of penetration testing and ethical hacking.

  • Will CEH get me a job?

    Yes, a certified CEH professional has a greater chance of getting a good job when compared to his/her non-certified counterpart. In fact, a CEH certification can basically provide you a stepping stone into the cybersecurity domain to a wide range of top-tier positions in various industries and organizations that require ethical hacking skills.

  • How can an online ethical hacking training help me learn about ethical hacking?

    Online ethical hacking training is essential to gain valuable insights into the major concepts of ethical hacking and gives you an edge over non-certified individuals. With the help of Simplilearn’s ethical hacking course, you will gain proficiency in penetrating network systems to protect against hacking. This ethical hacking course is aligned to the latest CEH v11 by EC-Council. It equips you with skills like Trojans, backdoors, and countermeasures; IDS firewalls and honeypots, advanced hacking concepts, network packet analysis, mobile and web technologies, and advanced log management. Additionally, the course provides you with 6-months of free access to CEH v11 iLabs, allowing you to practice your ethical hacking skills.

  • Which companies hire ethical hackers?

    Here are some of the companies hiring Ethical Hackers:

    • Tesla
    • General Dynamics
    • Amazon
    • Volkswagen
    • Accenture

  • Do you provide any discount on the CEH course fee?

    Yes, Simplilearn runs promotional offers frequently for a limited period of time. You can visit the Simplilearn discounts coupon page to know the applicable discounts for any course.

  • Are there any group discounts for classroom training programs?

    Yes, group discounts are offered for many of Simplilearn’s courses. You can check out Simplilearn’s discount page for any discounts or get in touch directly with our customer care representatives to know more details.

  • What are the differences between CEH v10 and CEH v11?

    In the 11th version, CEH has evolved with the latest operating systems, tools, tactics, exploits, and technologies. Some of the crucial updates from CEH v10 include incorporating Parrot OS, enhanced IoT, cloud security and OT modules, modern malware analysis, increased lab time, and more.

  • Can I take the CEH exam online?

    The CEH exam (312-50) is available at the ECC Exam Centre and Pearson VUE testing centers. You can visit https://www.vue.com/eccouncil to know more.

  • What comes after CEH?

    Achieving a CEH certification offers you many career benefits. However, you shouldn’t stop upskilling yourself as the world of cybersecurity is quite dynamic. Here are some of the courses you can consider taking after becoming CEH certified:
    CISSP Certification Training Course
    CISA Certification Training
    Cyber Security Expert Master’s Program
    Post Graduate Program in Cyber Security

  • How can I get CEH certification fast?

    Aspirants need to have a thorough knowledge of ethical hacking concepts to achieve ethical hacking certification. This ceh course gives you all the theoretical and practical knowledge to quickly prepare you for the CEH exam and pass it in a single try.

  • How much programming knowledge is required for ethical hacking?

    To detect the vulnerabilities in a system, it is recommended that an ethical hacker have knowledge of programming languages like Python, SQL, C, Java, JavaScript, PHP, C++, Ruby, and Perl. Knowing these programming languages helps ethical hackers to detect errors in the code, rectify those, and rewrite the code.

  • What is Ethical Hacking used for?

    Ethical hacking aims to protect an organization’s computer systems and networks from cyberattacks by identifying and addressing the vulnerabilities and loopholes before they can be exploited. Ethical hackers think just like malicious hackers but intrude on the system with permission and intend to protect it rather than causing any harm. This ethical hacking course can help demonstrate your skills in this promising career field.
     

  • Is Ethical Hacking a good career option?

    With the ongoing digital transformation, there has never been more need for skilled cybersecurity professionals to protect the digital assets of an organization. The number of cyberattacks is increasing at an alarming rate and ethical hackers are required urgently to deal with them. With our CEH certification, you can step into the world of ethical hacking and watch your career flourishing.

  • How do beginners learn Ethical Hacking?

    Ethical hacking is an interesting yet difficult area of study and one needs to have specialized skills to start a career as an ethical hacker. So, beginners are recommended to go through an in-depth training course to learn all the concepts from scratch. Our CEH training is one of the best options you have to gain job-ready ethical hacking skills.

  • Is a CEH certification worth it?

    The CEH certification is a pioneer in setting a global standard for ethical hacking. The EC-Council works to deliver only the latest technologies such as container technology, OTT technology, and involves hands-on hacking challenges as well. The credential is trusted by many Fortune 500 companies like Cisco, Ford Motors, IBM, Microsoft, Verizon, Citi bank, and more. Take our CEH training to add this globally recognized credential to your portfolio and become a successful ethical hacker. 

  • What are the job roles available after getting a CEH certification?

    The CEH certification is the best credential you can achieve in your ethical hacking career. The certification opens your doors to a number of job opportunities like cybersecurity consultant, security analyst, cyber defense analyst, information security administrator, network security engineer, and more.

  • What does an Ethical hacker do?

    Ethical hackers are primarily responsible for identifying weak points and vulnerabilities in an organization’s systems and rectifying them before any potential attack. They identify and fix sniffing networks, evade intrusion prevention systems, check for any cracked wireless encryption or hijacked web servers so as to take proper corrective measures and strengthen the defenses of the organization. A CEH certification is all you need to demonstrate your capability of working as an ethical hacker. 

  • What skills should an Ethical Hacker Possess?

    Professionals starting a career as an ethical hacker are recommended to have a bachelor’s degree in computer science, information technology, or related field. They should have good coding skills, advanced knowledge of networking systems and security software, various ethical hacking tools, and technical expertise in routers, firewalls, encryption, and virtualization. You can develop these skills and more with our  CEH certification program.

  • What industries use Ethical Hacking most?

    Almost all industrial sectors are undergoing digital transformation and store sensitive information over the web. So, ethical hackers are required in all major areas like information technology, banking and finance, government agencies, healthcare, stock market, and eCommerce. This ethical hacking course is useful if you want to enter any of these sectors.
     

  • What book do you suggest reading for Ethical Hacking?

    Along with our CEH training, reading some books will give you additional knowledge of ethical hacking. Here are some books you will find worth reading:

    • Hacking: A Beginners’ Guide to Computer Hacking, Basic Security, And Penetration Testing by John Slavio
    • Hacking: The Art Of Exploitation by Jon Erickson 
    • Penetration Testing: A Hands-On Introduction to Hacking by Georgia Weidman
       

CEH (v11) - Certified Ethical Hacker Training in Nairobi, Kenya

Kenya is the capital as well as the largest city in the country of Kenya. With a river of the same flowing through the city, Nairobi has a climate that can be described as a subtropical highland. The city had a population of 4,397,073, as recorded in 2019. The gross domestic product (GDP) of Nairobi amounted to 14.8 billion USD in the year 2017.

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