What you’ll learn
- Network Fundamentals
- Network Layer Attacks
- ARP Spoofing/ARP Poisonning
- ARP Hands-On Practices
- The “Man in the Middle” ( Mitm )
- Using GNS3 Networks
- Attaching Kali to GNS3 Network
- Active Network Devices
- Network Sniffing
- Sniffing Data & Analysing HTTP Traffic via Wireshark
- Using MITMf Against Real Networks
- Weakness of Network Devices
- How to prepare the lab environment for hands-on experiments
- Penetration Testing tools such as Ettercap, Wireshark and etc.
- MAC Flooding
- DHCP Starvation & DHCP Spoof
- VLAN Hopping
- Penetration Testing of Network Devices
- Network Device Audits
- Be able to download and install all the free software and tools needed to practice
- All items referenced in this course are Free
- Only need an open mind and an interest in learning Network Fundamentals & Attacks
Welcome all to my cyber security course “Cyber Security: Network Fundamentals & Network Layer Attacks“ course.
To become Ethical Hacker and to learn hacking my Network Layer Attacks and Network Fundamentals course is a perfect start for you. This one gets kind of fun because we get to actually look at data going on the networks like: how to sniff the network and gather information from the network. We’re going to use some tools such as TCP Dump and Wireshark. We will also be doing a deep dive into the Subnetting, ARP Spoofing and MitM attacks and Password Cracking.
This course is highly practical just like my other courses. But which also does not mean that I will neglect the theory. That`s why this course is formed in two parts.
First part, “The Network Fundamentals” is for the beginners to explore the Network Fundamentals but also could be also a good refresher for advanced level students.
In Network Fundamentals section I will introduce you to the fundamental concepts of data networking operation including IP addressing and subnetting, ethernet operation, ports and protocols, and the OSI model . By the end of this course, you will understand the relationship between IP addresses and MAC addresses, as well as the difference between a router and a switch.