Ethical Hacking Training in Chennai
TROY INFOTECH provides the best Ethical Hacking training in Chennai with Placements. We offer the best Ethical Hacking training in Chennai, based on current industry standards, which helps students secure their dream workplace at multinational companies like TCS, CTS, INFOSYS, WIPRO, IBM, and CAPGEMINI. Troy Infotech is one of the most trusted Ethical Hacking training institutes in Chennai, providing hands-on knowledge and complete assistance with basic Ethical Hacking training in Chennai, as well as advanced Ethical Hacking training in Chennai
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At Troy Infotech, Ethical Hacking is provided by expert professionals, subject matter experts with more than 10 years of real-time Ethical Hacking Project experience. Troy Infotech implements a combination of academic learning and hands-on sessions to provide the student with an ideal exposure that helps transform inexperienced students into full-time professionals who are easily recruited in the industry, and so we could say ourselves the best Ethical Hacking training institute in Chennai.
At the well-equipped Troy Infotech, candidates learn the skills for Ethical Hacking Environment, Ethical Hacking Fundamentals, Essentials of Ethical Hacking, Kali Linux, Penetration testing, Footprinting, Scanning, Enumeration, system hacking, Trojans , viruses and worms, sniffing traffic, DOS, Ethical Hacking training in real-time projects together with Ethical Hacking Placement training.
Ethical Hacking Training in Chennai – why Troy Infotech
Ethical Hacking also widely termed as Penetration Testing, is unsparingly or mercilessly testing the network/ system with the consent of its owner to detect & discover its vulnerabilities and weak spots. The reason behind such testing is to be able to build a stronger security system in case of any weak areas and design appropriate countermeasures that eliminate the risk of the most dreaded, cyber attack.
Hacking is not a new term and has been around as a part of IT for approximately five decades. Though this term is mostly associated with crime, it requires far more depth and understanding. First recorded hacking ensued in 196i in MIT and the term ‘Hacker’ was coined at around the same time as well.
As described earlier, hacking is detecting possible entry or weak points in the existing computer network and entering them. Hacking is done to gain unauthorised access to the network and steal or wreck the delicate information or data. When there is sensitive and critical information stored in the system, it needs to be protected with the highest attainable security.
When hacking is done to detect flaws and weaknesses in the system & with the consent of the company owner, it is legal. This category of hacking is termed Ethical Hacking! The computer specialist that does this ethical hacking is called a ‘Hacker’.
Types of Ethical Hacking:
Website Hacking: Stealing unauthorised control over a web server.
Network Hacking: Acquiring information about a network with a purpose of causing harm or wreck its operation is called Network Hacking.
Email Hacking: Taking unauthorised access to an email account without the approval of the account owner.
Ethical Hacking: Ethical Hacking is spotting the vulnerability in the computer network used by the business owner.
Password Hacking: Recovering passwords from the information stored or transferred by the computer network or individual system.
Computer Hacking: Using hacking methods to acquire the identity or password by stealth, without authentication or approval.
Advantages of Hacking:
Despite having a cynical undertone, hacking is an ingenious means when protocols are followed and performed to recover lost but valuable data or information.
- Retrieving lost information, especially passwords that give access to a network or account.
- Penetration testing to check the vulnerable spots to prevent malicious attacks and to increase network defence.
- To place sufficient deterrent measures to prevent security infringement.
Why (Ethical) Hacking:
Every business, modest or prominent maintains a website. Every piece of information shared or stored, however insignificant it may seem from the outside is priceless. It is vital to note that businesses can loose its credibility, money and goodwill because of one stealthily inserted malign data.
For this precise reason, they invest in a team that specialises in hacking. This team tests the network to spot any loopholes, flaws and vulnerabilities. The bigger the business and the more sensitive their information is, the more are the chances of hackers illegally trying to seek access. Hence Ethical Hacking gains its significance.
Ethical Hackers protect the networks they are permitted by the network owners, to shield.
Ethical Hacking Tools:
NMAP: Network Mapper:
Network Mapper is an open-source tool. It was basically created to scan massive networks. Despite that, NMAP functions suitably well on multiple & single hosts. The usage of this tool is immense in Network Discovery and Security Auditing. Nmap works on all influential OS such as Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
- Burp Suite
- Angry IP Scanner
- Cain & Abel
Ethical Hacking Skills:
Hacking is possible when using both, tools available & the ability to guess. Hence it is a combination of science and art. Even a logical solution can be arrived at only when creative thinking is incorporated during such discovery efforts. Hence an up-to-date certification will help in being on top of the game at all times. Whenever the technology progresses, so does the vulnerability of the network that hosts our business. New flaws, equals increased risks.
The skills an expert hacker should possess include:
- Strong Programming skills
- Robust Networking Skills
- A keen eye to spot vulnerabilities
- Exploitation Techniques
- Patience, Grit & Perseverance
- Problem-solving skills
- Ability to read between the lines and draw clues from insignificant routines
- Comprehend clarity in chaos
Please note that the reason one learns to hack is to protect and add value to the organisation they are associated with. It is done after seeking the permission of the owner to protect their business interests, legally.
Ethical Hacking Process can be classified into:
- Reconnaissance: Accumulating and assembling the necessary information that will draw a clear picture of the target network. It will comprise of:
- General Information
- Ascertain the computer network range
- Catalogue active machines
- Detect open ports and access points
- OS fingerprinting
- Reveal settings and services on ports
- Mapping the network
- Active Reconnaissance is when the hacker interacts with the system directly to collect the necessary information. The chances of detection are more here.
- Passive Reconnaissance is when the hacker indirectly connects to a target computer system and accumulates the information.
This is where the hacker diligently investigates the target network or flaws & loopholes. Nessus, Nexpose, NMAP are the tools used during this stage.
- Port Scanning: This is the phase where the hacker scans for open ports, Live networks etc in the target system.
- Vulnerability Scanning: During this phase, the computer network is checked for vulnerabilities that are susceptible to exploitation and manipulation.
- Network Scanning: Drawing the network layout by obtaining the topology of network, firewalls, routers & servers and owner information.
- Gaining Access:
Breaking into the system or network happens during this phase. Various tools are used to achieve the same. The hacker raises his privilege to install applications essential, modify or delete data to the make the needed safety upgrades.
- Maintaining Access: It is imperative to insist on the reason behind the hacking is to spot the flaws, strengthen the network and make it safe and secure. To achieve this, the hacker, once gaining access to the network, maintains the link/connection until they complete the tasks proposed are installed in the target network.
- Clearing Tracks: For the purpose of understanding the hacking completely and to be able to notice, read and prevent unknown malignant hackers; it is crucial that ethical hackers learn how to clear their tracks and deletes all the logs and evidence of being there in the network.
Every business is able to work remotely from several locations across the globe and yet contribute to the growth & success of their business. An important aspect of this is remaining in contact and sharing vital organisational goals over emails. Hacking emails is a threat that every email account holder faces. It is intimidating and terrifying, that one can hack our personal email and alter information. Let us educate and equip ourselves on fundamental email protection.
- Trojan Attacks
- Foot Printing
- Finger Printing
- Sniffing Tools
- DNS poisoning
- Wireless Hacking
- Phishing Attack/ compute based Social Engineering
- DDOS Attacks
- XSS- Cross-Site Scripting
ETHICAL HACKING Professionals
ETHICAL HACKER – 2.4 L TO 3.6 L
PENETRATION TESTER – 3.6L TO 4.5L
INFORMATION SECURITY LEAD – 5L TO 7L
CYBER SECURITY ANTI HACKER LEAD – 6L TO 8L
Companies recruiting ETHICAL HACKERS – Learn Ethical Hacking Training in Chennai @ Troy Infotech and get placed in one of the MNC’s
- Tech Mahindra
- HCL Technologies
- Computer Science Corporation (CSC)
- GOFRUGAL Technologies Pvt Ltd
- Fabsys Technologies Private Limited
- Newt Global
- Fabhost Web Solution
- Auromine Solutions Private Limited
- Neptune Financial Software
- FinaTel Technologies
- Talent Wagon
- JP Morgan Chase & Co
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