Our free Certified Ethical Hacker Exam Study Guide has been one of our most popular white paper and resources items on our website for years now. We wanted to keep everyone updated with the fact that we recently updated it
Don't do the crime if you can't do the time.
So OpenSSL is being patched again, very shortly after the Heartbleed Bug was fixed. According to the OpenSSL Security Advisory, multiple security vulnerabilities affecting the security layer have been recently discovered. One of the security threats actually allowed an attacker to see and modify traffic between an OpenSSL server and the client. While this news might seem bad, finding these vulnerabilities indicate that OpenSSL is frequently monitored by security professionals, and the appropriate steps are being followed to patch these vulnerabilities. This in turn makes OpenSSL a more secure implementation of the protocols SSL/TLS (Secure Socket Layer/Transport Layer Security).
While the Internet is an integral part of most organizations today, this widely used public network is also the source of data theft, cyber stalking and many other dangerous threats. Navigating the web safely can be particularly difficult---many cannot identify a threat before it strikes.
If you are looking to become a certified ethical hacker, then there is a training class that you will have to go through. In order to do this, there are some things you should know.
We have scheduled our next webinar. Its on romanHunter (ROuter MAN HUNTER). romanHunter is an open source wireless honeypot that has a number of tricks which can help you to bait and catch people attacking your network.
CEH stands for Certified Ethical Hacker. It is a type of professional certification that is offered and provided by an organization called the International Council of E-Commerce Consultants. As its name implies, this title refers to hackers who are not out to defraud anyone or commit a crime; ethical hackers may use the same basic methods as a criminal hacker, but their focus is to help find and repair computer security issues and vulnerabilities for businesses and organizations.
Christian R. Crank, a security researcher and instructor for us recently created this video on a phishing attack using Meterpreter and Ettercap. This is a lab that students perform in our Certified Ethical Hacker class. Enjoy!
The vision of a hacker sitting in a darkened room pecking away on a keyboard with computer code scrolling down three separate monitors morphs to an invaluable member of the business world. Legal hacking grabs the attention of many who want to use their computer coding and puzzling skills to earn a living instead of running from the law.