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We provide training in these following topics:

 

  1. ETHICAL HACKING

  2. MOBILE SECURITY & EXPLOITATION SECURITY

  3. RADIO SIGNAL ANALYZE 

 

ETHICAL HACKING

 

MOBILE SECURITY & EXPLOITATION SECURITY

 

RADIO SIGNAL ANALYZE 

 

 

 

Cloud Computing

CLOUD COMPUTING

 

  • Cloud computing is a general term for the delivery of hosted services over the internet.
  • Cloud computing enables companies to consume a computer resource, such as a virtual machine (VM), storage or an application, as a utility — just like electricity — rather than having to build and maintain computing infrastructures in-house.

 

Cloud computing characteristics and benefits

 

Cloud computing boasts several attractive benefits for businesses and end users. Five of the main benefits of cloud computing are:

  • Self-service provisioning: End users can spin up compute resources for almost any type of workload on demand. This eliminates the traditional need for IT administrators to provision and manage compute resources.

 

  • Elasticity: Companies can scale up as computing needs increase and scale down again as demands decrease. This eliminates the need for massive investments in local infrastructure, which may or may not remain active.

 

  • Pay per use: Compute resources are measured at a granular level, enabling users to pay only for the resources and workloads they use.

 

  • Workload resilience: Cloud service providers often implement redundant resources to ensure resilient storage and to keep users’ important workloads running — often across multiple global regions.

 

  • Migration flexibility: Organizations can move certain workloads to or from the cloud — or to different cloud platforms — as desired or automatically for better cost savings or to use new services as they emerge.

Web Security

WEB SECURITY

 

 

  • Ensuring that your website or open web application is secure is critical. Even simple bugs in your code can result in private information being leaked, and bad people are out there trying to find ways to steal data. The web security oriented articles listed here provide information that may help you secure your site and its code from attacks and data theft.

 

Information Security Basics

  • A basic understanding of information security can help you avoid unnecessarily leaving your software and sites insecure and vulnerable to weaknesses that can be exploited for financial gain or other malicious reasons.

 

Insecure passwords

  • Serving login forms over HTTP is especially dangerous because of the wide variety of attacks that can be used against them to extract a user’s password. Network eavesdroppers could steal a user’s password by sniffing the network, or by modifying the served page in transit.

 

Mixed content

  • An HTTPS page that includes content fetched using cleartext HTTP is called a mixed content page. Pages like this are only partially encrypted, leaving the unencrypted content accessible to sniffers and man-in-the-middle attackers.

 

Secure contexts

  • A security context is a Windowor forWorker which there is reasonable confidence that the content has been delivered securely (via HTTPS/TLS), and for which the potential for communication with contexts that are not secure is limited.

Penetration Testing

PENETRATION TESTING

 

 

  • penetration test, colloquially known as a pen test, is an authorized simulated attack on a computer system, performed to evaluate the security of the system. The test is performed to identify both weaknesses (also referred to as vulnerabilities), including the potential for unauthorized parties to gain access to the system’s features and data, as well as strengths, enabling a full risk assessment to be completed.

 

  • The process typically identifies the target systems and a particular goal—then reviews available information and undertakes various means to attain the goal. A penetration test target may be a white box (which provides background and system information) or black box (which provides only basic or no information except the company name). A penetration test can help determine whether a system is vulnerable to attack if the defenses were sufficient, and which defenses (if any) the test defeated.

 

  • Security issues that the penetration test uncovers should be reported to the system owner. Penetration test reports may also assess potential impacts to the organization and suggest countermeasures to reduce risk.

 

  • The goals of a penetration test vary depending on the type of approved activity for any given engagement with the primary goal focused on finding vulnerabilities that could be exploited by a nefarious actor and informing the client of those vulnerabilities along with recommended mitigation strategies.

 

  • Penetration tests are a component of a full security audit. For example, the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard requires penetration testing on a regular schedule, and after system changes.

 

 

The General attack follows the following Steps:

 

  1. Find an exploitable vulnerability.

  2. Design an attack around it.

  3. Test the attack.

  4. Seize a line in use.

  5. Enter the attack.

  6. Exploit the entry for information recovery.