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TitleCEH Certified Ethical Hacker Certification Exam Preparation Course in a Book for Passing the CEH Certified Ethical Hacker Exam - The How To Pass on Your First Try Certification Study Guide
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1 Foreword
2 Table of Contents
3 Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician
4 Exam Specifics
5 Exam Prerequisites
6 Ethics
	6.1 Terminology
	6.2 The Ethical Hacker
	6.3 Security and Hacking
	6.4 Hacking Technologies
	6.5 Phase of Ethical Hacking
	6.6 Hacker Classes
	6.7 Hacktivism
	6.8 Skills of an Ethical Hacker
	6.9 Vulnerability Research
	6.10 Methods of a Ethical Hacker
	6.11 Legal Implications
7 Footprinting
	7.1 Defining Footprinting
	7.2 Gathering Information
	7.3 Competitive Intelligence
	7.4 DNS Enumeration
	7.5 Lookups
	7.6 Types of DNS Records
	7.7 Using traceroute
	7.8 E-mail Tracking
	7.9 Web Spiders
8 Social Engineering
	8.1 Defining Social Engineering
	8.2 Common Types of Attacks
	8.3 Insider Attacks
	8.4 Identity Theft
	8.5 Phishing
	8.6 Online Scams
	8.7 URL Obfuscation
	8.8 Countermeasures
9 Scanning
	9.1 Define Scanning
	9.2 CEH Scanning Methodology
	9.3 Ping Sweeps
	9.4 Nmap Command Switches
	9.5 Types of Scans
	9.6 TCP Communication Flag Types
	9.7 War Dialers
	9.8 Banner Grabbing and OF Fingerprinting Techniques
	9.9 Proxy Servers
	9.10 Anonymizers
	9.11 HTTP Tunneling Techniques
	9.12 IP Spoofing Techniques
10 Enumeration
	10.1 Define Enumeration
	10.2 Null Sessions
	10.3 Windows 2000 DNS Zone Transfer
	10.4 Performing Enumeration
	10.5 Password Cracking Techniques
	10.6 Types of Passwords
	10.7 Escalating Privileges
	10.8 Spyware Technologies
	10.9 Hiding Files
	10.10 Rootkits
	10.11 Steganography
	10.12 Covering Tracks
11 Trojans and Backdoors
	11.1 Defining Trojans
	11.2 Overt and Covert Channels
	11.3 Types of Trojans
	11.4 Netcat Trojans
	11.5 Wrapping
	11.6 Reverse-Connecting Trojans
	11.7 Preventing Trojans
	11.8 Trojan Evading Techniques
12 Virus and Worms
	12.1 Differences Between Viruses and Worms
	12.2 Types of Viruses
	12.3 Antivirus Evasion Techniques
	12.4 Virus Detection Methods
13 Sniffers
	13.1 Susceptible Protocols
	13.2 Defining Sniffing
	13.3 ARP Poisoning
	13.4 Ethereal Filters
	13.5 MAC Flooding
	13.6 DNS Spoofing
	13.7 Sniffing Countermeasures
14 Denial of Service
	14.1 Types of DoS Attacks
	14.2 DDoS Attacks
	14.3 BOTs/BOTNETS
	14.4 Smurf Attacks
	14.5 SYN Flooding
	14.6 DoS/DDoS Countermeasures
15 Session Hijacking
	15.1 Spoofing vs. Hijacking
	15.2 Types of Session Hijacking
	15.3 Sequence Prediction
	15.4 Dangers Posed By Session Hijacking
	15.5 Prevent Session Hijacking
16 Hacking Web Servers
	16.1 Types of Web Server Vulnerabilities
	16.2 Attacks Against Web Servers
	16.3 IIS Unicode Exploits
	16.4 Patch Management
	16.5 Web Application Scanners
	16.6 Metasploit Framework
	16.7 Web Server Hardening
17 Web Application Vulnerabilities
	17.1 Web Applications
	17.2 Web Application Hacking
	17.3 Anatomy of an Attack
	17.4 Web Application Threats
	17.5 Google Hacking
	17.6 Web Application Countermeasures
18 Web Based Password Cracking Techniques
	18.1 Authentication Types
	18.2 Password Cracker
	18.3 Using a Password Cracker
	18.4 Password Attacks - Classification
	18.5 Password Cracking Countermeasures
19 SQL Injection
	19.1 SQL Injection
	19.2 Conducting SQL Injection
	19.3 SQL Server Vulnerabilities
	19.4 SQL Injection Countermeasures
20 Buffer Overflows
	20.1 Types of Buffer Overflows
	20.2 Stack-Based Buffer Overflows
21 Wireless Hacking
	21.1 WEP, WPA Authentication Systems
	21.2 Wireless Sniffers and SSID, MAC Spoofing
	21.3 Rogue Access Points
	21.4 Wireless Hacking Techniques
	21.5 Securing Wireless Networks
22 Physical Security
	22.1 Physical Security Breach Incidents
	22.2 Physical Security
	22.3 Need for Physical Security
	22.4 Accountability for Physical Security
	22.5 Factors Affecting Physical Security
23 Linux Hacking
	23.1 Linux Kernels Compilation
	23.2 Understand GCC Compilation Commands
	23.3 LKM Modules
	23.4 Linux Hardening Methods
24 Evading IDS, Honeypots and Firewalls
	24.1 Intrusion Detection Systems and Evasion Techniques
	24.2 Firewall and Honeypot Evasion Techniques
25 Cryptography
	25.1 Cryptography and Encryption Techniques
	25.2 Public and Private Keys
	25.3 Algorithms
26 Penetration Testing Methodologies
	26.1 Security Assessments
	26.2 Penetration Testing Methodologies
	26.3 Penetration Testing Steps
	26.4 Pen-Test Legal Framework
	26.5 Pen-Test Deliverables
	26.6 Automated Penetration Testing Tools
27 Practice Exam
	27.1 Refresher 'Warm-Up' 
Questions
28 Answer Guide
	28.1 Answers to Questions
29 References
INDEX
                        

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