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Learn how to get started as a professional hacker with this complete course!

What you will learn

Think like a hacker.

Perform effective reconnaissance.

Thoroughly scan public networks.

Monitor and intercept network traffic.

Attack Windows and Linux systems.

Penetrate web security.

Hack humans using social engineering attacks.


Would you like to get started as an ethical hacker? Do you want to become a professional penetration tester? Enroll now in The Complete Ethical Hacking Course and learn how to think like a hacker, and become familiar with the toolkit of a professional pentester. This course covers a wide range of topics relating to network security:

  • Introduction to ethical hacking
  • Reconnaissance
  • Scanning and enumeration
  • Network presence
  • Attacking systems
  • Web hacking
  • Social engineering

When you enroll in the course you will immediately receive access to 19+ hours of HD video tutorials, as well as additional supplemental resources for developing the necessary skills to succeed in the field. Learn by doing with demonstrations using popular pentesting tools such as Maltego, FOCA, Recon-ng, Nmap, masscan, tcpdump, Wireshark, Ettercap, Burp Suite, Scapy, Mimikatz, Hashcat, Konboot, Hydra, OWASP, SQLmap, mitmproxy, Skipfish and more!

Thank you for taking the time to read this, and we hope to see you in the course!




Introduction to Ethical Hacking

What is an ethical hacker?

Terminology crash course pt. 1

Terminology crash course pt. 2

Terminology crash course pt. 3

Confidentiality, integrity, and availability

Legal considerations

Reconnaissance – Surveying the Attack Surface

Surveying the attack surface

Recon types and goals

Passive recon pt. 1

Passive recon pt. 2

Active recon

Recon walk-through and tools summary

DEMO – Maltego real world example

DEMO – FOCA to examine metadata

DEMO – Harvester

DEMO – Information collection using Recon-ng

Scanning and Enumeration – Getting Down to Business

Scanning & enumeration

Identifying active hosts pt. 1

Identifying active hosts pt. 2

Identifying active services

OS and services fingerprinting

Network mapping

Final thoughts

DEMO – Nmap syntax pt. 1

DEMO – Nmap syntax pt. 2

DEMO – Nmap hosts discovery

DEMO – Nmap service discovery

DEMO – Nmap scripts

DEMO – masscan

Network Presence

Network insecurity

Sniffing and spoofing

Sniffing tools

Spoofing, crypto, and wifi

DEMO – tcpdump

DEMO – Wireshark

DEMO – Ettercap

DEMO – Burp Suite

DEMO – Scapy


Security overview pt. 1: Windows architecture

Security overview pt. 2: credentials security

Security overview pt. 3: memory corruption & exploitation

Windows hacking basics

Local access and privilege escalation

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Dumping hashes and cracking passwords

Linux attacking basics pt. 1

Linux attacking basics pt. 2


DEMO – Windows msf exploit pt. 1

DEMO – Windows msf exploit pt. 2

DEMO – Post exploitation activities

DEMO – Mimikatz

DEMO – Dumping hashes

DEMO – Hashcat

DEMO – Konboot

DEMO – Post exploitation Windows cmd

DEMO – Post exploitation Windows powershell

DEMO – Online password cracking pt. 1

DEMO – Online password cracking pt. 2

DEMO – Attacking Linux targets pt. 1

DEMO – Attacking Linux targets pt. 2

Web Hacking

Introduction to web hacking

Web security architecture overview pt. 1

Web security architecture overview pt. 2

Attacking the web server pt. 1

Attacking the webserver pt. 2

Attacking the platform pt. 1

Attacking the platform pt. 2

Attacking the technology pt. 1

Attacking the technology pt. 2

OWASP top 10 pt. 1

OWASP top 10 pt. 2

Attacking the business logic pt. 1

Attacking the business logic pt. 2

Tools and methodology


DEMO – OWASP Mutillidae

DEMO – SQL injection


DEMO – SQLMAP practice

DEMO – Burpsuite

DEMO – Burpsuite XSS Hunter

DEMO – mitmproxy

DEMO – Skipfish pt.1

DEMO – Skipfish pt.2

Social Engineering – Hacking Humans

Social engineering basics

Social engineering methods

Tools and techniques pt. 1

Tools and techniques pt. 2

Tools and techniques pt. 3

Physical security considerations

Final thoughts

DEMO – Social engineering intro

DEMO – Social engineering toolkit prep

DEMO – Credential harvesting

DEMO – Website cloning

DEMO – Automating an attack

DEMO – Anti-virus evasion pt. 1

DEMO – Anti-virus evasion pt. 2