Udemy - Ethical Hacking For Beginners Footprinting Fundamentals
Udemy – Ethical Hacking For Beginners Footprinting Fundamentals

Udemy – Ethical Hacking For Beginners Footprinting Fundamentals

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Udemy - Ethical Hacking For Beginners Footprinting Fundamentals
Created by Charles Smith | Published 8/2021
Duration: 42m | 5 sections | 5 lectures | Video: 1280×720, 44 KHz | 512 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + Sub

Learn about Footprinting, the first stage of the Hacker activity, and get ready for cybersecurity exams
What you’ll learn
Footprinting Methodology
Footprinting through Search Engines
Google Hacking
Objectives of Footprinting
Footprinting Fundamentals
Footprinting importance to Ethical Hacking
Information Gathering
Passive information gathering
Active information gathering
Footprinting Lab Demonstration
Requirements
Understanding computer use and the Windows operating system
Description
Learn the concepts, tools, and techniques behind footprinting: ethical hacking techniques for finding information about computers and the people they belong to.
Ethical hackers use their knowledge for good: to test if an organization’s network is vulnerable to outside attacks. But where do they start? With footprinting (aka reconnaissance), the process of gathering information about computers and the people to which they belong. In this course, you are introduced to the concepts, tools, and techniques behind footprinting: finding related websites, determining OS and location information, identifying users through social media and financial services, tracking email, and more. Footprinting relies on tools as simple as a web search and dumpster diving, and as complex as DNS interrogation and traceroute analysis. Lisa shows how to put these nefarious sounding tools to work for good, and mitigate any risks an organization has to these types of attacks.
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Who This Course Is For:
Cybersecurity Analysts
Cloud Engineers
Network Security Engineers
Solution Architects
DevOps Engineers
System Administrators
Auditors
Penetration Testers
Ethical Hackers
Offensive Security Engineers