The Complete Cyber Security Course Network Security
What you’ll learn
An advanced practical skill-set in assuring network security against all threats including – advanced hackers, trackers, exploit kits, Wi-Fi attacks and much more.
In this volume, we take a detailed look at network security.
Start a career in cyber security. Become a cyber security specialist.
The very latest up-to-date information and methods.
Discover security vulnerabilities across an entire network, by using network hacking techniques and vulnerability scanning.
You will be able to configure firewalls on all platforms including Windows, MacOS, and Linux for all types of attack scenarios.
Learn to configure and architect a small network for maximum physical and wireless security.
Perform network monitoring to discover and identify potential hackers and malware using tools like Wireshark, Tcpdump, and Syslog.
Understand how we are tracked online by corporations, nation-states your ISP and others.
We look at search engine privacy – we will best understand how to mitigate the tracking and privacy issues of search engines and their associated services.
Understand how to best use methods of authentication including passwords, multi-factor authentication including soft tokens and hard tokens.
What are the best password managers to use and why. How passwords are cracked, and how to mitigate the password attacks.
A certificate of completion is available signed by the instructor Nathan House so CPE credits can be claimed. An off-site sign-up is required to provide your details for this optional certificate.
This course is designed for personal and home cyber security, privacy and anonymity. Most of the topics apply in the same way to a business, but the course is delivered as if to an individual for personal cyber security, privacy, and anonymity.
It is recommended that you watch volume 1 of this complete course before watching this volume (2) although it is not required.
Most items referenced in this course are free. But you may elect to purchase additional software, hardware and services discussed in the course. Although It is absolutely not necessary to buy anything to understand and follow the course.
You should have a basic understanding of networking concepts.
Please note this is volume 2 of 4 of the complete course. After the completion of all 4 volumes, you will know more than 80% of security professionals, government and law enforcement agents and even expert hackers about maintaining security, privacy, and anonymity.
Become a cyber security specialist.After this course, you will be able to
discover security vulnerabilities across an entire network, by using network hacking techniques and vulnerability
You will be able to architect your network for maximum security and
prevent local and remote attacks. We also cover the use of custom router
firmware to provide you with better network security services.
You will understand
the various types of firewalls that are available and what threats each help
Including layer 4 firewalls like Iptables on Linux and PF on MacOS and BSD. Virtual
firewalls, host-based firewalls and application based firewalls like Pfsence.
We cover firewalls on all platforms including Windows, Mac OS X and Linux for
all types of use scenarios.
We explore in detail wireless security, the configurations
that are required for maximum security and why. How Wi-Fi is hacked and how to
mitigate those attacks. Covering everything from encryption weaknesses to evil
twins, RF isolation, and Wi-Fi crackers.
You will master network monitoring to discover and identify potential hackers,
malware and other adversaries that might be lurking on your network. Using
tools like Wireshark, Tcpdump and Syslog.
We then move away from network security and
onto the details of how we are tracked
online by corporations, nation-states your ISP and others. You will
understand the techniques used like zombie super cookies, browser
fingerprinting and how browser profiling works so third parties can establish
who you are online.
We look at search engine privacy – and how to mitigate the
tracking and privacy issues of search engines and their associated services.
security – We cover one of the largest risks
online, the browser. The doorway into your system. How to best reduce the
attack surface of the browser and harden it for maximum security and privacy. A critical consideration for reducing your risk.
Finally you will fully understand how to
best use methods of authentication
including passwords and multi-factor authentication – soft tokens and hard
The best password managers to use and why. How passwords are
cracked, and how to mitigate the cracking.
This is volume 2 of 4 of your complete guide to cyber security privacy and anonymity.
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Welcome to Volume 2
Lecture 2 Introduction to the Instructor!
Lecture 3 Security Quick Win!
Lecture 4 Target Audience
Lecture 5 Study Recommendations
Lecture 6 Course updates
Lecture 7 Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking Careers
Section 2: Goals and Learning Objectives – Volume 2
Lecture 8 Goals and Learning Objectives – Volume 2
Section 3: Routers – Port and Vulnerability scanning
Lecture 9 Goals and Learning Objectives
Lecture 10 The Home Router
Lecture 11 External Vulnerability Scanning – Shodan, Qualys & Nmap
Lecture 12 Internal Vulnerability Scanning – MBSA, Nmap, Nessus, Fing & Superscan & OpenVAS
Lecture 13 Open Source Custom Router Firmware
Section 4: Firewalls
Lecture 14 Goals and Learning Objectives
Lecture 15 Firewalls – Host-based, network-based and virtual Part 1
Lecture 16 Firewalls – Host-based, network-based and virtual Part 2
Lecture 17 Windows – Host Based Firewalls – Windows Firewall
Lecture 18 Windows – Host Based Firewalls – Windows Firewall Control (WFC)
Lecture 19 Windows – Host Based Firewalls – Third Party
Lecture 20 Linux – Host Based Firewalls – iptables
Lecture 21 Linux – Host Based Firewalls – UFW, gufw & nftables
Lecture 22 Mac – Host based Firewalls – Application Firewall & PF
Lecture 23 Mac – Host based Firewalls – pflist, Icefloor & Murus
Lecture 24 Mac – Host based Firewalls – Little Snitch
Lecture 25 Network based firewalls – Routers – DD-WRT
Lecture 26 Network based firewalls – Hardware
Lecture 27 Network based firewalls – pfSense, Smoothwall and Vyos
Section 5: Network Attacks, Architecture and Isolation
Lecture 28 Goals and Learning Objectives
Lecture 29 Network Attacks and Network Isolation – Introduction and IOT
Lecture 30 Network Attacks and Network Isolation – Arp Spoofing and Switches
Lecture 31 Effective Network Isolation Part 1
Lecture 32 Effective Network Isolation Part 2
Section 6: Wireless and Wi-Fi Security
Lecture 33 Goals and Learning Objectives
Lecture 34 Wi-Fi Weaknesses – WEP
Lecture 35 Wi-Fi Weaknesses – WPA, WPA2, TKIP and CCMP
Lecture 36 Wi-Fi Weaknesses – Wi-Fi Protected Setup WPS, Evil Twin and Rouge AP
Lecture 37 Wi-Fi Security Testing
Lecture 38 Wireless Security – Secure Configuration and Network Isolation
Lecture 39 Wireless security – RF Isolation and Reduction
Lecture 40 Wireless security – Who is on my Wi-Fi Network?
Section 7: Network Monitoring for Threats
Lecture 41 Goals and Learning Objectives
Lecture 42 Syslog
Lecture 43 Network Monitoring – Wireshark, tcpdump, tshark, iptables Part 1
Lecture 44 Network Monitoring – Wireshark, tcpdump, tshark, iptables Part 2
Lecture 45 Wireshark – Finding malware and hackers – Part 1
Lecture 46 Wireshark – Finding malware and hackers – Part 2
Lecture 47 Network Monitoring – Wincap, NST, Netminer and NetWorx
Section 8: How We Are Tracked Online
Lecture 48 Goals and Learning Objectives
Lecture 49 Types of Tracking
Lecture 50 IP Address
Lecture 51 3rd Party Connections
Lecture 52 HTTP Referer
Lecture 53 Cookies and Scripts
Lecture 54 Super Cookies
Lecture 55 Browser Fingerprinting and Browser Volunteered Information
Lecture 56 Browser and Browser Functionality
Lecture 57 More Tracking
Lecture 58 Browser and Internet Profiling
Section 9: Search Engines and Privacy
Lecture 59 Goals and Learning Objectives
Lecture 60 Search Engine Tracking, Censorship and Privacy
Lecture 61 Ixquick and Startpage
Lecture 62 DuckDuckGo
Lecture 63 Disconnect search
Lecture 64 YaCy
Lecture 65 Private and Anonymous Searching
Section 10: Browser Security and Tracking Prevention
Lecture 66 Goals and Learning Objectives
Lecture 67 Which Browser – Choice of Browser
Lecture 68 Reducing the Browser Attack Surface
Lecture 69 Browser Hacking Demo
Lecture 70 Browser Isolation and Compartmentalization
Lecture 71 Firefox Security, Privacy and Tracking
Lecture 72 uBlock origin – HTTP Filters, ad and track blockers
Lecture 73 uMatrix – HTTP Filters, ad and track blockers
Lecture 74 Disconnect, Ghostery, Request policy – HTTP Filters, ad and track blockers
Lecture 75 ABP, Privacy badger, WOT – HTTP Filters, ad and track blockers
Lecture 76 No-script – HTTP Filters, ad and track blockers
Lecture 77 Policeman and others – HTTP Filters, ad and track blockers
Lecture 78 History, Cookies and Super cookies Part 1
Lecture 79 History, Cookies and Super cookies Part 2
Lecture 80 HTTP Referer
Lecture 81 Browser Fingerprinting
Lecture 82 Certificates and Encryption
Lecture 83 Firefox Hardening
Section 11: Passwords and Authentication Methods
Lecture 84 Goals and Learning Objectives
Lecture 85 Password Attacks
Lecture 86 How Passwords are Cracked – Hashes – Part 1
Lecture 87 How Passwords are Cracked – Hashcat – Part 2
Lecture 88 Operating System Passwords
Lecture 89 Password Managers – An Introduction
Lecture 90 Password Managers – Master Password
Lecture 91 Password Managers – KeePass, KeePassX and KeyPassXC
Lecture 92 Password Managers – LastPass
Lecture 93 Password Managers – Hardening Lastpass
Lecture 94 Creating a Strong Password That You Can Remember – Part 1
Lecture 95 Creating a Strong Password That You Can Remember – Part 2
Lecture 96 Multi-Factor Authentication – Soft Tokens – Google Authenticator and Authy
Lecture 97 Multi-Factor Authentication – Hard Tokens – 2FA Dongles
Lecture 98 Choosing a Method of Multi-Factor Authentication
Lecture 99 Multi-Factor Authentication – Strengths and Weaknesses
Lecture 100 The Future of Password and Authentication
Section 12: Wrap Up
Lecture 101 Congratulations
Lecture 102 Certificate Of Completion for CPEs
Lecture 103 Which VPN protocol is best to use? and why?
Lecture 104 Email Tracking and Hacking
Lecture 105 Security Vulnerabilities, Threats and Adversaries
Section 13: BONUS Section
Lecture 106 BONUS – How to Start a Career in Cyber Security
This course is for anyone who wants to become an expert in security, privacy, and anonymity. This volume covers network security attacking and defending. Online tracking and browser security.,For anyone who would love to gain a practical skillset in mitigating the risk from, malware, Trojans, hackers, trackers, cyber criminals and all online threats.,This course is for anyone who wants to keep their precious files, emails, accounts and personal information out of the hands of the bad guys.,For beginners and intermediate Internet users who are interested in security, safety, and privacy.,For those who want privacy and anonymity online from hackers, corporations and governments.,This course is designed for personal and home Internet security, privacy, and anonymity. Most of the topics apply in the same way to a business, but the course is delivered as if to an individual for personal cybers security, privacy, and anonymity.
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