C)PTC - Certified Penetration Testing Consultant

 

COURSE OVERVIEW

 

The vendor neutral Certified Penetration Testing Consultant course is designed for IT Security Professionals and IT Network Administrators who are interested in taking an in-depth look into specific Penetration tests and techniques against operating systems. 

 

This course will teach you the necessary skills to work as a penetration testing team, the exploitation process, how to create a buffer overflow against programs running on Window and Linux while subverting features such as DEP and ASLR.

 

This course will guide you through OWASP Top 10, teach you how to create shellcode to gain remote code execution, and understand and build different proof of concept code based on exploits pulled from exploit-db and testing using a debugger. 

 

The course starts by explaining how to build the right penetration testing team, covers scanning with NMAP, leading into the exploitation process, a little fuzzing with spike to help guide our proof of concept code, writing buffer overflows, understanding OWASP, Linux stack smashing, Windows exploit protection and getting around those protection methods, a section on report writing, and capping off the course with a scenario that will you’re your skills as a penetration testing team.

 

This course uses in-depth lab exercises after most modules. Students may spend 16 hours+ performing labs that emulate a real-world Pen Testing and exploit development.

 

WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE COURSE KIT?

  • Individual Course Access
  • Course Video
  • Physical, Printed Course book
  • Exam Prep Guide
  • Exam Simulator
  • Exam

C)PTC - Certified Penetration Testing Consultant - Physical Course Kit & Exam

£950.00Price
  • Module 1 – Pentesting Team Formation         

    • Section 1 – Project Management           
    • Section 2 – Pentesting Metrics  
    • Section 3 – Team Roles, Responsibilities and Benefits   
    • Lab Exercise – Skills Assessment

    Module 2 – NMAP Automation

    • Section 2 – NMAP Automation  
    • Section 3 – NMAP Report Documentation          
    • Lab Exercise – Automation Breakdown  
    • Section 1– NMAP Basics          

    Module 3 – Exploitation Process        

    • Section 1 – Purpose     
    • Section 2 – Countermeasures    
    • Section 3 – Evasion      
    • Section 4 – Precision Strike      
    • Section 5 – Customized Exploitation     
    • Section 6 – Tailored Exploits    
    • Section 7 – Zero Day Angle      
    • Section 8 – Example Avenues of Attack
    • Section 9 – Overall Objective of Exploitation

    Module 4 – Fuzzing with Spike           

    • Section 2 – Spike Fuzzing Setup           
    • Section 3 – Fuzzing a TCP Application  
    • Section 4 – Custom Fuzzing Script        
    • Lab Exercise – Fuzzing with Spike
    • Section 1 – Vulnserver  

    Module 5 – Simple Buffer Overflow     

    • Section 2 – Immunity Debugger
    • Section 3 – Python       
    • Section 4 - Shellcode    
    • Lab Exercise – Let’s Crash and Callback
    • Section 1 – Exploit-DB 

    Module 6 – Stack Based Windows Buffer Overflow    

    • Section 1 – Debugger   
    • Section 2 – Vulnerability Research         
    • Section 3 – Control EIP, Control the Crash         
    • Section 4 – JMP ESP Instruction           
    • Section 5 –  Finding the Offset  
    • Section 6 – Code Execution and Shellcode        
    • Section 7 – Does the Exploit Work?       
    • Lab Exercise – MiniShare for the Win

    Module 7 – Web Application Security and Exploitation          

    • Section 2 – OWASP Top 10 - 2017        
    • Section 3 – Zap
    • Section 4 – Scapy
    • Section 1 – Web Applications   

    Module 8 – Linux Stack Smashing      

    • Section 1 – Exploiting the Stack on Linux           
    • Lab Exercise – Stack Overflow. Did we get root?

    Module 9 – Linux Address Space Layout Randomization       

    • Section 1 –   Stack Smashing to the Extreme     
    • Lab Exercise – Defeat Me and Lookout ASLR    

    Module 10 – Windows Exploit Protection       

    • Section 1 – Introduction to Windows Exploit Protection   
    • Section 2 -  Structured Exception Handling        
    • Section 3 – Data Execution Prevention (DEP)    
    • Section 4 – SafeSEH/SEHOP

    Module 11 – Getting Around SEH and ASLR (Windows)        

    • Section 1 – Vulnerable Server Setup     
    • Section 2 –  Time to Test it Out 
    • Section 3 - “Vulnserver” meets Immunity
    • Section 4 – VulnServer Demo   
    • Lab Exercise – Time to overwrite SEH and ASLR           

    Module 12 – Penetration Testing Report Writing        

    • Section 1 –  Reporting  

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