IT Security – Hacking and Networks Security – 2020
This curse sums up more than 10 years working on IT and the content of a master degree in information technologies security.
The topics are:
- CIA triad, types of attacks and security mechanisms
- Security concepts and methodologies (Terminology, Security properties and case study of a Risk Management plan)
- Cryptography (Introduction, Historical background, principles and how to stay anonymous on the Internet)
- Security benchmark (Black-box and white-box approach to exploit and secure a system)
- Formulary hacks (Code a vulnerable form, exploit and secure it)
- Security in email (PGP) and web servers (X.509)
- Network firewall with Snort integration
- Remote security analysis and assessment
- Build a dedicated virtual server (Backup your data, including Time Machine, run your Virtual Machines among other perks)
- Extra chapters about web server sandboxes and the Wannacry ransomware, will be updated as I see fit our you demand.
Even if you are already a system administrator or a newbie you are most likely to find something new, as I did previously to start this.
If you have any question or doubt just send me a message.
This course is constantly reviewed and updated with new lessons.
More information available at hackademy.tech
À qui ce cours s’adresse-t-il ?
- From the newbie to the more experienced system administrator you most likely will learn something