Professional Development Course – BSDI

Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) Course


The Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) Course is designed to equip participants with the skills and knowledge required to identify and counteract cybersecurity threats through ethical hacking techniques. This comprehensive training program covers the methodologies, tools, and techniques used by hackers to exploit vulnerabilities in systems and networks. Participants will learn ethical hacking principles and practices to assess and enhance the security posture of organizations, making them proficient in safeguarding against cyber threats.

Course Contents:

  1. Introduction to Ethical Hacking:

– Understanding Ethical Hacking Concepts and Principles

– Ethical Hacking Methodologies and Frameworks

– Legal and Regulatory Considerations in Ethical Hacking

  1. Footprinting and Reconnaissance:

– Information Gathering Techniques

– Footprinting Tools and Methods

– Scanning and Enumeration Techniques

  1. Network Scanning and Enumeration:

– Network Mapping and Port Scanning

– Service Enumeration and Identification

– Vulnerability Assessment and Management

  1. System Hacking:

– Password Cracking Techniques

– Privilege Escalation and System Access

– Rootkit Installation and Detection

  1. Malware Threats and Analysis:

– Types of Malware (Viruses, Worms, Trojans, etc.)

– Malware Analysis and Reverse Engineering

– Anti-Malware Strategies and Tools

  1. Sniffing and Spoofing:

– Packet Sniffing Techniques and Tools

– ARP Spoofing and Man-in-the-Middle Attacks

– Countermeasures for Sniffing and Spoofing Attacks

  1. Social Engineering Attacks:

– Social Engineering Concepts and Tactics

– Phishing Attacks and Email Spoofing

– Social Engineering Countermeasures

  1. Web Application Security:

– Common Web Application Vulnerabilities (SQL Injection, Cross-Site Scripting, etc.)

– Web Application Security Testing Tools and Techniques

– Secure Coding Practices and Guidelines

  1. Cryptography and Cryptanalysis:

– Cryptographic Concepts and Algorithms

– Encryption and Decryption Techniques

– Cryptanalysis Methods and Tools

  1. Penetration Testing:

– Penetration Testing Fundamentals

– Penetration Testing Methodologies (Black Box, White Box, Grey Box)

– Penetration Testing Tools and Reporting

Career Prospects:

Completion of the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) Course opens up a wide range of career opportunities in cybersecurity, including:

– Ethical Hacker

– Security Analyst

– Penetration Tester

– Security Consultant

– Incident Responder

– Security Engineer

– Cybersecurity Specialist

Job Roles:

Participants will develop expertise in ethical hacking techniques, penetration testing, vulnerability assessment, and cybersecurity best practices. Job roles may involve identifying and mitigating security vulnerabilities, conducting penetration tests, analyzing security incidents, and implementing security measures to protect organizations against cyber threats.

Training Methodology:

The CEH Course adopts a hands-on training approach, combining instructor-led lectures, practical lab exercises, case studies, and simulated hacking scenarios. Participants will have access to industry-standard cybersecurity tools and platforms for real-world practice and experimentation. Experienced instructors and cybersecurity professionals guide participants through the course, providing insights, demonstrations, and best practices for ethical hacking.


The Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) Course is designed to be completed within a duration of 40 hours, typically delivered over multiple sessions or modules. The comprehensive curriculum ensures thorough coverage of ethical hacking concepts, techniques, and methodologies. The duration allows participants to gain practical skills and knowledge essential for success in the cybersecurity field and prepare for the CEH certification exam.

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Video: 40 Hours
Level: Beginner