Hours of Content: 10
Brand New and Comprehensive Course to Learn Ethical Hacking Practice Verified Questions -
Do you want to ramp up your career in Cyber Security Industry?
Do you want to secure your websites or mobile apps?
If you have answered YES to above questions, then you are at the right place.
In this amazing course, we are excited to share with you,the Questions of entry level hacking exam . This course is a complete guide for you.
We are also providing study material as PDF file inside the course, which you can download and keep handy to refer as and when required
Why I should take this course?
Our goal is to have you making professional ethical hacker as soon as possible. You will have a complete understanding of Ethical Hacking and Penetration Testing Questions. Study material as PDFfile is also provided inside the course which you can download it and keep handy to refer as and when required You will be confident to take Job interviews related to Cyber Security Industry This is the course that could change your life.
Passing Ethical Hacking will also help you to increase your earnings. An investment in your career is an investment in yourself. Don’t procrastinate. There is no time like the present to take charge of your career. Take your career to the next level by passing ethical hacking exam today!
Who is the target audience? Ethical hackers Pentesters Cyber Security Professionals Fresher Students
Hours of Content: 10
If you are curious about new technologies and passionate about jumpstarting your career as an ethical hacker, then this course is for you! The Complete CEH® Exam Prep Course gives you a solid foundation in all the topics you need to master to pass the Certified Ethical Hacker Exam. Dive into hands-on projects, and defend yourself from would-be-attackers. This course offers you a clear and a structured approach to getting certified; as an ethical hacker you’ll know the ins and outs of cybersecurity, overcome security vulnerabilities, and even develop your own protection solutions for networks around the globe.
In this course, you will:
Learn the business and technical logistics behind penetration testing Identify evolving threats from different types of hackers Reveal shocking truths about the information operating systems can divulge Realize the power of footprinting on the Internet Detect live systems by inference Get by a step-by-step, no-nonsense introduction to cryptography Identify differences between vulnerability assessments and penetration tests Master ways to prevent and disable system hacking Protect yourself from malware, including Trojans, backdoors, viruses, and more Thwart hackers attacking wireless networks and mobile devices Understand the pros and cons of intrusion detection systems, intrusion prevention system, and web application firewalls Implement countermeasures to stop SQL injections and other database attacks Why Learn Ethical Hacking
A growing number of companies today seek ethical hackers to protect their most sensitive information. Very few days go by without a breaking news story revealing break-ins, security breaches, and massive quantities of data stolen from major business organizations. Companies that house this data are the ones most at risk: therefore, ethical hacking has quickly become one of the most sought after qualifications in multiple industries including government, banking, research and development, retail, real estate, healthcare, and more. Learn an in-demand skill while making the world a safer place. You’ll also find that ethical hacking is a surefire way to increase your income and work towards professional development.
Who is the target audience?
Anyone who wants to pass the Certified Ethical Hacker Exam and become responsible for securing a home or enterprise network This course is a good fit for aspiring professional pen testers–including system administrators or IT professionals interested in making a career change. Current professional pen testers will be too advanced for this course. This course is best suited for those who operate with or have privileged access to their company’s network. You’ll learn about the latest security vulnerabilities and how to protect your assets. People who are interested in hands-on learning and developing their own protection solutions will benefit the most from this course. If you’re the type of person who likes taking things apart to see how they work, then you’ll love this course.
Hours of Content: 5
With this course, a professional can feel confident about his knowledge and ability to analyze any security flaw rising up in the system. This course can help prevailing as well as new professionals to develop an existing and a new career respectively. Computer Hacker and Forensic Investigator is one of the most valued certificates in Network Security and possessing it raises one to an elite group of professionals.
These professionals will be able to find forensic evidence in a neutral perspective. They will also be in a position to determine the vulnerabilities and track the intruders into the systems.
By attaining this Course, professionals can prove their skill and knowledge in the following fields.
Investigation processes in Computer forensics Legal issues involved in investigations Searching evidence and digital handprints Methodologies of Acquisition and seizing Digital evidence, their types, examination processes Electronic crime and their categories Electronic crime scene evaluation, acquiring and conducting primary interviews Electronic evidence preservation and reporting crime scenes Setting up forensic lab in computer Knowledge of windows, linux and mac boot up File systems and their differences, booting a failed hard drive Volatile and non-volatile information gatherings Recover deleted files and hard dusk partitions Steganography, Steganalysis and forensics of image files Concepts of password cracking and investigating password attacks Investigate log files and determining the root cause Access Data FTK expertise Attacks on wireless and related issues E-mail crimes, its investigation and recovery of deleted mails Writing investigative reports Who is the target audience? All IT professionals involved with information system security, computer forensics, and incident response. Anyone interested in learning about investigating cyber crimes
Hours of Content: 10
When you think about hacking, you think about random typing of codes and breaking into secure websites to get information that could “save the world”, but real hacking is actually nothing like this. It doesn’t require just a few shortcodes that give you access, but rather is a long process.
Ethical Hacking is the process of trying to bypass the system security to find vulnerabilities that can be exploited by malicious hackers. This allows companies to be on top of their security system and improve it so that their systems are safer.
Do you want to become a hacking genius? Do you want to become a master hacker? Then, this is the course for you!
We have designed a complete guide to help you become a master hacker without having to resort to multiple resources. This course can help you not only learn ethical hacking, but also how to secure your own devices and even boost your career in cybersecurity.
This course starts from the very beginning, making it a great resource for newbies who are just starting out in Penetration Testing or cybersecurity individuals that will definitely benefit from it. Intermediate and advanced hackers can also use this course as a refresher.
This comprehensive course will cover all aspects of Ethical Hacking as well as integration with Kali Linux. However, this isn’t just a normal theory-based courses, but it is an extremely hands-on course, so you will not only read the fundamentals, but you will actually get to work with them using projects! Learning and getting hands-on on Ethical Hacking and Penetration Testing will open many doors for your career. There are lot of career opportunities in Cyber Security Industry, and there is stunning and amazing opportunities coming in as IoT is becoming tomorrows future.
At the end of this extensive course, you will not only have the knowledge of complete Ethical Hacking, but you will also be able to start your very own career in ethical hacking, as well learn to safeguard your own devices against malicious hackers. This course has been designed as a one-stop-shop for all your Ethical hacking needs!
What you will find in this course:
Introduction to ethical hacking, including terminologies, vulnerabilities assessment, penetration testing and various laws related to hacking What is Kali Linux as well as how to install it How to crack passwords and different password attacks Introduction to Network Scanning as well as learning about nmap, Nessus Vulnerability Scanner, and proxy chaining Introduction to enumeration, and enumeration tools and techniques Detailed introduction into system hacking and malware threats Understanding Sniffing, as well as finding and changing MAC address DOS Attacks, DOS attack mitigation Techniques, Techniques to Flood a network and type of dos attack and dos tools Conduct Vulnerability Analysis Different Hacking web applications and Pen tools SQL Injection About SQLmap Tool in Kali Linux Social Engineering Information Gathering Database Assessment & Database Hacking Practicals All of this and so much more awaits you inside. So, enroll now and become a master ethical hacker!
Hours of Content: 5 Brand New and Comprehensive Course to Learn Python Language . In this amazing course, we are excited to share with you, the techniques and the concepts for the Python programming. We are providing every essential you need to know as a Python programmer, insights this course. This course is a complete guide for you.
Why I should take this course?
Our goal is to have you making professional Python programmer as soon as possible. You will have a complete understanding of Python Programming Techniques and Concepts The lab intensive environment gives each student in-depth knowledge and practical hands-on experience Study material as PDF file is also provided inside the course which you can download it and keep handy to refer as and when required You will be confident to take Job interviews related to Software Development This is the course that could change your life.
Learning and getting hands-on on Python will open many doors for your career. There are lot of career opportunities in development Industry and there are stunning and amazing opportunities coming Programming Languages will also help you to increase your earnings. An investment in your career is an investment in yourself. Don’t procrastinate. There is no time like the present to take charge of your career. Take your career to the next level by learning Python essentials today.
What are the requirements?
Basic Knowledge of Software Installation Computer/Laptop Needed What am I going to get from this course?
Learn to Create Games, software like calculator etc Good Understanding about topics like functions, loops, decoders etc Good Understanding about Complex Python Topics Good Understanding about Object oriented Programming Concept Full curriculum of Python Basic And Advance What is the target audience?
C Programmers C++ Programmers Java Programmers Python Programmers Freshers
Hours of Content: 4.5 Requirements
You should have a great desire to learn network security concepts and do it in a hands-on fashion, without having to watch countless lectures filled with slides and theory. You should already be familiar with networking concepts like: TCP/IP, UDP, OSI Layers, Packets, Frames, ICMP, ARP, DHCP You should already be familiar with Python syntax: functions, if, for, while, string and file operations etc. If you have no experience whatsoever in Python, then I encourage you to also check out my “Python Network Programming - Build 7 Apps” course, which teaches Python from scratch and then dives into using it on network devices, by building some great network apps. You should already be familiar with the use of VirtualBox, although I provide all the necessary setup information inside the course. I will provide a fully configured Ubuntu 15.10 virtual machine that you can use. I am going to use only free software throughout the course: VirtualBox, Linux, free VM etc. — Are you a network professional who wants to learn security concepts and the intricacies of network attacks or scans and then build various tools with Scapy to put those concepts into practice, in an educational environment?
Are you looking to become a better network engineer and start learning about network security and threats?
Or maybe you’re seeking a raise or even a career change?
This course covers many network security concepts and attack/scanning tools: OSI and TCP/IP Scapy and all of its main functions Network sniffer Basic traceroute TCP SYN traceroute UDP traceroute DNS traceroute TCP SYN scanner TCP ACK scanner TCP FIN scanner TCP Xmas scanner TCP Null scanner TCP Port scanner ARP / ICMP / TCP / UDP ping ARP monitor ARP cache poisoning attack SYN flooding attack DHCP starvation attack Rogue DHCP server detector OS fingerprinting NMAP application —
Save Time and Money by Writing Your Own Network Security Tools with Python and Scapy. Grow Your Networking Career With Network Programming Skills!
Bonus, You Might Even Get a Raise or a Better Job with These New Skills!
This Python Network Programming course is aimed at network professionals having little or no experience in network security and a great desire to use Python and Scapy to build various network security tools for their network. This hands-on Python Network Programming training walks you through lots of scenarios, attacks and useful tools to help you get started with network security.
If you are already a network security professional or penetration tester, then this course might not be for you!
What’s so special about this course?
Well, let me tell you what’s this course all about:
Learning to use the amazing Scapy module and all its capabilities. Building network attacking and scanning tools and testing them against Windows / Linux / Cisco targets. Building your own (basic) version of NMAP and scanning Windows / Linux hosts. Performing various small network tests and operations using the Scapy interpreter. —
Equipped with full working scripts (in .py format) and an amazing virtual machine, you will be able to work alongside me on each lecture and each application. I will provide the full code for each application, so you can save time and start coding and testing on the spot.
Warning! All the information, concepts and code in this course should be used in isolated, test environments and for learning purposes only. Otherwise, you may be accused of criminal activities, according to the law.
“Useful and well organized training. Presented in a clear manner, easy to follow. Thank you!” by Vojkan
Important prerequisites before you enroll:
You should already be familiar with networking concepts like: TCP/IP, UDP, OSI Layers, Packets, Frames, ICMP, ARP, DHCP, VMs (Virtual Machines). You should already be familiar with Python syntax: functions, if, for, while, string and file operations etc. If you have no experience whatsoever in Python, then I encourage you to also check out my “Python Network Programming - Part 1: Build 7 Python Apps” course, which teaches Python from scratch and then dives into using it on network devices, by building some great network apps. For running the Ubuntu 15.10 Virtual Machine I provide, dedicating 2 GB of RAM will be more than enough. You won’t have to buy anything else. I am going to use only free software throughout the course: VirtualBox, Linux, free VM etc. So, what are you waiting for? Do you want to start your network security journey?
Enroll in “Python Network Programming - Part 3: Scapy & Security Tools” and see the benefits for your career, as thousands of other students did!
Who is the target audience? Network Administrators, Network (Systems) Engineers, Network (Service) Technicians, Network Analysts, Network Managers Students of my “Python Network Programming” courses- Part 1 and/or Part 2 Junior Programmers, Test Engineers, Test Automation Engineers, QA Engineers and Analysts Python Developers who want to apply their knowledge in the networking field Any kind of IT geeks who wish to learn both Python network programming and network automation
Hours of Content: 10
You should have a great desire to learn network programming and do it in a hands-on fashion, without having to watch countless lectures filled with slides and theory You should already be familiar with networking concepts like: SSH, Telnet, ACLs (Access Control Lists), VMs (Virtual Machines) You should already be familiar with Python syntax: functions, if, for, while, string and file operations etc. If you have no experience whatsoever in Python, then I encourage you to also check out my “Python Network Programming - Build 7 Apps” course, which teaches Python from scratch and then dives into using it on network devices, by building some great network apps. I will provide a fully configured virtual machine (Ubuntu 15.10, improved version of the VM in Part 1 of the course) with all the necessary software (Python Modules, Network Tools, dependencies etc.). This way you can save time and start programming network devices as soon as possible For teaching network programming concepts and tools on vendors like Cisco (IOS), Juniper (JunOS and ScreenOS), HP (ProCurve OS) and Avaya (ERS OS), I will use the Ubuntu 15.10 VM and physical devices in my lab, since these vendors do not provide virtualized environments for emulating their router/switch operating systems For teaching network programming concepts and tools on other vendors, like Cisco (IOS XE and IOS XR) and Arista (vEOS), I will use virtual machines that they provide on their official websites and I will guide you through properly downloading, installing and setting them up on your own computer, into VirtualBox For running the Ubuntu 15.10 Virtual Machine I provide, dedicating 2 GB of RAM will be more than enough. For running the Arista vEOS VM, you should allocate another 1 GB of RAM, throughout the Arista section of the course. For emulating Cisco IOS XE and IOS XR, you will need 2+ GB additional RAM memory. I am going to use only free software throughout the course: VirtualBox, Linux, free VMs etc. Are you a network professional who wants to start automating network tasks and manage network devices from various vendors? Are you looking to become a better network engineer and start learning network programming?
Or maybe you’re seeking a raise or even a career change?
This course covers many networking vendors and network operating systems:
Cisco IOS Cisco IOS XE Cisco IOS XR Juniper JunOS Juniper (Netscreen) ScreenOS Arista EOS HP ProCurve OS Avaya ERS OS —
Save Time and Money by Writing Your Own Python Programs to Automate Daily Network Tasks. Grow Your Networking Career With Network Programming Skills!
Bonus, You Might Even Get a Raise or a Better Job with These New Skills!
This Python Network Programming course is aimed at network professionals having little or no experience in network automation and a great desire to use Python and a lot of very smart Python modules to program their network devices and tasks. This hands-on Python Network Programming training walks you through lots of scenarios, networking vendors and useful tools to help you become the network engineer of 2017.
Well, let me tell you what’s this course all about:
Learning to use amazing Python libraries and tools to manage network devices easily and without writing too much code. Connecting remotely to network devices and read/extract/display/store command output, using interactive Python scripts, on: Cisco IOS, Cisco IOS XE, Cisco IOS XR, Juniper JunOS, Juniper (Netscreen) ScreenOS, Arista EOS, HP ProCurve OS and Avaya ERS OS. Configuring (one or more) network devices remotely, using interactive Python scripts, either by specifying the commands at the prompt OR asking the script to read them from one or more text files, on: Cisco IOS, Cisco IOS XE, Cisco IOS XR, Juniper JunOS, Juniper (Netscreen) ScreenOS, Arista EOS, HP ProCurve OS and Avaya ERS OS. Executing configuration commands on multiple network devices from multiple vendors simultaneously. Working with a device inventory in XML/JSON/CSV format and network metadata, while easily counting your registered network devices, getting device information by IP address, searching and listing device information, checking IP reachability and SSH availability and much more, using a simple but efficient tool in the Python interpreter or Linux shell. Managing network device credentials in a centralized, encrypted file. Managing access lists and converting access lists from one format to another using a very efficient tool (Example: Converting a Cisco IOS ACL to a Juniper JunOS ACL with a single command). Automatically executing commands upon device login, right from the Linux shell. Getting device interface information fast, right from the Linux shell and saving the information to local storage. Working with Python and SNMP and easily performing SNMP GET, SET, SET multiple OIDs, WALK, GET-NEXT, GET-BULK operations on Cisco, Juniper, Arista and HP network devices, using only a few lines of code. Parsing locally stored Cisco, Juniper, Arista and HP configuration files and extracting various pieces of information, using a very straightforward Python module. Managing device configuration changes using a script that regularly saves the configuration files from your network devices to the local system, compares them with previous file versions, builds a report with all the differences and either stores the report locally or emails the report to the network administrator’s email address(es). Performing various small network tests and operations using the Python interpreter —
Equipped with full working scripts (in .py and .txt formats), amazing virtual machines and command references, you will be able to work alongside me on each lecture and each application. I will provide an optimized Ubuntu virtual machine with all the Python modules already installed and also the full code for each application, so you can save time and start coding and testing on the spot.
Important prerequisites before you enroll:
You should already be familiar with networking concepts like: SSH, Telnet, ACLs (Access Control Lists), SNMP, VMs (Virtual Machines). You should already be familiar with Python syntax: functions, if, for, while, string and file operations etc. If you have no experience whatsoever in Python, then I encourage you to also check out my “Python Network Programming - Part 1: Build 7 Python Apps” course, which teaches Python from scratch and then dives into using it on network devices, by building some great network apps. For running the Ubuntu 15.10 Virtual Machine I provide, dedicating 2 GB of RAM will be more than enough. For running the Arista vEOS VM, you should allocate another 1 GB of RAM, throughout the Arista section of the course. For emulating Cisco IOS XE and IOS XR, you will need 2+ GB additional RAM memory. You won’t have to buy anything else. I am going to use only free software throughout the course: VirtualBox, Linux, free VMs etc. —
Who is the target audience? Network Administrators, Network (Systems) Engineers, Network (Service) Technicians, Network Analysts, Network Managers Students of my “Python Tutorial: Python Network Programming - Build 7 Apps” course, who wish to learn how to manage network devices from various vendors, using Python Students of my “Python Tutorial: Python Network Programming - Build 7 Apps” course, who wish to learn more advanced tools and operations to use in their networks Junior Programmers, Test Engineers, Test Automation Engineers, QA Engineers and Analysts Python Developers who want to apply their knowledge in the networking field Any kind of IT geeks who wish to learn both Python network programming and network automation
Hours of Content: 13
You should have a great desire to learn programming and do it in a hands-on fashion, without having to watch countless lectures filled with slides and theory. You should already be familiar with networking concepts like: Routing, SSH, Telnet, SNMP. I will provide a fully configured virtual machine with all the necessary software (Python modules, MySQL, IDE). This way you can save time and start writing code as soon as possible. I am going to use only free software throughout the course: Python 2.7, Linux, GNS3. You need to find yourself a Cisco IOS image (from Cisco’s official website - contract required) to load into GNS3 or practice all the concepts on real network devices you have at your job/home. All you need is a decent PC/Laptop (2GHz CPU, 4GB RAM). Description Do you want to become a Python Developer without having to spend a lot of money on books and boring theoretical courses? Are you a network professional who wants to start automating network tasks using Python?
Or maybe you’re seeking a raise or even a career change?
** What’s this course all about? ** Python network programming (v2.7.3) course aimed not only at network professionals, but at anyone having little or no experience in coding or network automation and a great desire to start learning Python from scratch. This hands-on Python Network Programming training takes you from “Hello World!” to complex network applications in less than 15 hours.
During this course you will learn Python concepts which are relevant to your networking job and build some amazing network tools using Python:
Python App#1: Subnet calculator. Python App#2: Configuring multiple network devices concurrently via SSH or Telnet. Python App#3: DHCP client simulator for testing a DHCP server in the local network. Python App#4: Collecting information from routers and storing it in a MySQL database. Python App#5: OSPF network discovery via SNMP. Building the OSPF topology. Python App#6: Basic network sniffer. Python App#7: Configuration file comparator. Sounds unbelievable given your current programming experience? Well, it’s true! How?
First, you will learn and practice every Python key concept, which is explained in one or more video lectures, followed by a short quiz. Each video is filled with relevant examples, in a learn-by-doing fashion and the quizzes will help you consolidate the main ideas behind each Python topic.
After laying the foundation (and also exploring some advanced Python topics), you will dive right into the real-life network scenarios and apply your knowledge to build 7 great network tools using the power of Python.
Equipped with working files, network topologies and Python code samples (in .txt and .py formats), you will be able to work alongside me on each lecture and each application. I will provide a virtual machine with all the Python modules already installed and also the full code for each application, so you can save time and start coding and testing on the spot.
We will use emulated routers in GNS3 to test our Python apps in a network environment, so you can see the actual results of running your Python code. You need to find yourself a Cisco IOS image (from Cisco’s official website - contract required) to load into GNS3 or practice all the concepts on real network devices you have at your job/home.
I encourage you to learn Python, an amazingly beginner-friendly programming language and take your (networking) job to a higher level of automation.
Who is the target audience? Anyone who wants to make the right choice when starting to learn programming Network Administrators, Network (Systems) Engineers, Network (Service) Technicians, Network Analysts, Network Managers Junior Programmers, Test Engineers, Test Automation Engineers, QA Engineers and Analysts Python Developers who want to apply their knowledge in the networking field Any kind of IT geeks who wish to learn both Python programming and network automation.
Hours of Content: 10
Wireshark is much easier to learn when you take this course and try everything you see for yourself! Wireshark is a free open-source packet analyzer that is the number one tool for network analysis, troubleshooting, software and communications protocol development, and related education in networking. Knowing Wireshark gives you the ability to successfully apply for network administrator jobs and easily earn money as a freelancer online because Wireshark is an in demand skill!
Use this course to speed up your learning with Wireshark with hands on tutorials showing you exactly what you can do in Wireshark founded on explanations of basic network terminology, installing Wireshark, and a review of the basic functions. The course begins with the basics and continues to dive deeper allowing you to follow along and try everything you see for yourself!
Hours of Content: 10
You can use this course immediately to inspire your learning with Red Hat Linux and your preparation for the RedHat Certified System Administrator Exam (RHCSA)! Ask any question you have about CentOS, Red Hat Linux, or the RHCSA and get an answer quickly!
Whether you have no experience with Red Hat Linux or any other type of Linux operating system, you can count on this course to get you started with the basics and show you what to do all the way into the advanced material. You get to see immediately why Linux is worth learning and using. Next, a basic familiarization with the graphic user interface leaves you feeling like you know your way around. Then, into the file system navigation and command lines. Finally, you experience the packet manager and are ready to dive deeper into the material!
If you are a veteran already at Red Hat Linux and want to continue your Red Hat Linux certification training, you will get the essentials for the exam delivered through three chapters explaining the key functions and highlighting what you need to know for the test. The key with passing any exam is simply effort. This course gives you another excellent resource to use along with your existing study materials to make sure you pass the RHCSA exam!
Thank you for reading this! Ermin and I look forward to serving you as a student in our course! Click take this course now to get lifetime access!
Hours of Content: 22 Welcome to the Ultimate Web Developer Bootcamp. This is your one-stop-shop to learn front-end AND back-end development.
We’ll take you from absolute beginner to competent full-stack web developer in a matter of weeks.
WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE?
Anyone who is curious about programming Entrepreneurs Those looking for a career change Serious coders & hobbyists Students & teenagers Anyone who wants to learn web development WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Requirements You should have a PC or Mac and know how to turn it on! Have an Internet connection
Hours of Content: 16
If you have always wanted to learn to code, this is your place to start. In this course, you will learn how to code in the Python 3.5 programming language.
Whether you have or have not coded before, you can learn how to use Python. Python is a popular programming language that is useful to know because of its versatility. Python is easy to understand and can be used in many different environments. Cross-platform apps and 3D environments are often made in Python.
This course does not assume any level of experience and is therefore perfect for beginners! We will cover basic programming concepts for people who have never programmed before. This course covers key topics in Python and coding in general, including variables, loops, and classes. Moreover, you will learn how to handle input, output, and errors.
To learn how to use Python, we will create our own functioning Blackjack game! In this game, you will receive cards, submit bets, and keep track of your score. By the end of this course, you will be able to use the coding knowledge you gained to make your own apps and environments in Python.
Who is the target audience? This course does not assume any prior coding knowledge. Even if you have never coded before, with this course you can learn how to use Python. Requirements
These tutorials were recorded on a Mac computer using Python 3.5. To follow along with these tutorials, you will need to install Python. Python is compatible with Mac and PC.
John Bura has been a successful instructor since 2011. John Bura has been programming games since 1997 and teaching since 2002. John is the owner of the game development studio Mammoth Interactive. This company produces XBOX 360, iPhone, iPad, android, HTML 5, ad-games and more. Mammoth Interactive recently sold a game to Nickelodeon! John has been contracted by many different companies to provide game design, audio, programming, level design and project management. To this day John has 40 commercial games that he has contributed to. Several of the games he has produced has risen to the top 10 in the Apple’s app store. In his spare time, John likes to play ultimate Frisbee, cycle and work out.
Hours of Content: 17
Welcome to the Certified Ethical Hacker Boot Camp for 2018! This course was designed for information security professionals who wish to take the CEH exam and move on to a career as a professional pentester. It is our goal with this course to give you the knowledge to not only pass the CEH exam, but also give you insight into the day to day workflow of a certified ethical hacker.
Here is what you will receive upon enrolling in this course:
19+ Hours of HD Video Lessons on how to think like a hacker A blueprint for conducting your own penetration test Links to additional resources to continue your education What topics will this course cover?
Hacking terminology Passive & active reconnaissance Scanning & enumeration Network mapping Sniffing and spoofing Windows and Linux hacking Social engineering basics Credential harvesting Website cloning Anti-virus evasion Hacking demonstrations with tools such as Maltego, FOCA, Harvester, Recon-ng, Nmap, masscan, tcpdump, Wireshark, Ettercap, Burp Suite, Scapy, Mimikatz, Hashcat, Konboot, Hydra, and much more! Thank you for taking the time to read this, and we hope to see you in the course!
Hours of Content: 16
Like a gruff uncle, C++ seems intimidating, when its just being helpful. These 75 examples will help you understand that.
Let’s parse that.
C++ seems intimidating because all too often, what you see is not what you get. Usually, that’s because C++ is trying to help you, but you don’t realise that. C++ is incredibly deep, and it sometimes struggles to get you - the programmer - to understand what it’s saying These 75 examples will help. Each is self-contained, has its source code attached, and gets across a specific C++ use-case. Each example is simple, but not simplistic. What’s Included: Moving to C++ from C: If you are a C programmer, this section will run through what you need to know in order to move seamlessly to C++. Objects, Classes and Object-Oriented Programming: Access modifiers, classes, objects, the this pointer, new/delete and dynamic memory allocation gotchas Operator overloading is a particularly complicated topic - C++ is virtually alone in the ubiquity of overloaded operators. Make sure this doesn’t trip you up. Also, go deep into the workings of const, static and friend Inheritance in C++ is considerably more complicated than in Java, mostly because of multiple inheritances, and because of the co-existence of both virtual and non-virtual methods. Templates are a classic generic programming technique that were revolutionary when first added to C++. Understand template functions and classes, as well as template specializations. STL - the Standard Template Library - is incredibly powerful. Get a good sense of collections, iterators and algorithms - the major components of the STL C++ casts are quite different than C-casts. Understand const_cast, static_cast, and dynamic_cast, as well as Real Time Type Identification (RTTI), and the manner in which explicit conversions can be performed using static_cast Exceptions and exception handling in C++ What are the requirements?
Students should have an understanding of programming - concepts such as variables, loops, and if-else statements will not be explained What am I going to get from this course?
Harness the full power of C++ without being intimidated by the language’s complexities Use inheritance, operator overloading, templates, STL and all major C++ language features What is the target audience?
Yep! Java and C# programmers - who understand Object Oriented Programming, but are new to C++ Yep! Folks with prior programming experience in C. No prior object oriented programming experience is needed
Hours of Content: 12
C Programming is still a very valuable skill - and its also surprisingly easy to pick up. Don’t be intimidated by C’s reputation as scary - we think this course makes it easy as pie!
What’s Covered: Conditional Constructs: If/else and case statements have a surprising number of little details to be aware of. Conditions, and working with relational and logical operators. Short-circuiting and the order of evaluation Loops: For loops, while and do-while loops, break and continue. Again, lots of little details to get right. Data Types and Bit Manipulation Operations, again full of little gotchas that interviewers and professors love to test. Pointers: Memory layout of pointers and variables, pointer arithmetic, arrays, pointers to pointers, pointers to structures, argument passing to functions, pointer reassignment and modification - complete with visuals to help you conceptualize how things work. Strings: Strings, Character pointers, character arrays, null termination of strings, string.h function implementations with detailed explanations. Structs and Unions: These seem almost archaic in an Object-Oriented world, but worth knowing, especially in order to nail linked list problems. Linked lists: Visualization, traversal, creating or deleting nodes, sorted merge, reversing a linked list and many many problems and solutions, doubly linked lists. IO: Both console and file IO Enums, typedefs, macros What are the requirements?
The the course assumes that the student has a way to write and run C programs. This could include GCC on Mac or Unix or Visual Studio on Windows. What am I going to get from this course?
Write solid, correct and complete C programs Advance - quickly and painlessly - to C++, which is a natural successor to C and still widely used Ace tests or exams on the C programming language Shed their fears about the gotchas and complexities of the C programming language Make use of C in those situations where it is still the best tool available What is the target audience?
Yep! Computer science or engineering majors who need to learn C for their course requirements Yep! Embedded systems or hardware folks looking to make the most of C, which is still an awesome technology in those domains Yep! Any software engineer who will be giving interviews, and fears interview questions on the tricky syntax of C
Hours of Content: 10
What’s Covered: Introductory Python: Functional language constructs; Python syntax; Lists, dictionaries, functions and function objects; Lambda functions; iterators, exceptions and file-handling Database operations: Just as much database knowledge as you need to do data manipulation in Python Auto-generating spreadsheets: Kill the drudgery of reporting tasks with xlsxwriter; automated reports that combine database operations with spreadsheet auto-generation Text processing and NLP: Python’s powerful tools for text processing - nltk and others. Website scraping using Beautiful Soup: Scrapers for the New York Times and Washington Post Machine Learning : Use sk-learn to apply machine learning techniques like KMeans clustering Hundreds of lines of code with hundreds of lines of comments Drill #1: Download a zip file from the National Stock Exchange of India; unzip and process to find the 3 most actively traded securities for the day Drill #2: Store stock-exchange time-series data for 3 years in a database. On-demand, generate a report with a time-series for a given stock ticker Drill #3: Scrape a news article URL and auto-summarize into 3 sentences Drill #4: Scrape newspapers and a blog and apply several machine learning techniques - classification and clustering to these What are the requirements? No prior programming experience is needed :-) The the course will use a Python IDE (integrated development environment) called iPython from Anaconda. We will go through a step-by-step procedure for downloading and installing this IDE. What am I going to get from this course?
Pick up programming even if you have NO programming experience at all Write Python programs of moderate complexity Perform complicated text processing - splitting articles into sentences and words and doing things with them Work with files, including creating Excel spreadsheets and working with zip files Apply simple machine learning and natural language processing concepts such as classification, clustering and summarization Understand Object-Oriented Programming in a Python context What is the target audience?
Yep! Folks with zero programming experience looking to learn a new skill Machine Learning and Language Processing folks looking to apply concepts in a full-fledged programming language Yep! Computer Science students or software engineers with no experience in Java, but experience in Python, C++ or even C#. You might need to skip over some bits, but in general the class will still have new learning to offer you :-)
Hours of Content: 7
Taught by a team of electrical engineers from Stanford and IIT Madras.
An Internet-Of-Things course for everyone - accessible yet serious, to take you from absolute beginner to a solid intermediate level - built around Home Automation using Raspberry Pi.
This is a course is for everyone. You need not be an electrical engineer, or an engineer at all. We explain all engineering or automation concepts from absolute scratch.
This is an Internet-of-Things course, not merely a Raspberry Pi course. This is important because we think too many courses end up becoming like manuals for the Raspberry Pi, or the Arduino, or some specific hardware device. This course is careful to generalize
The course takes you to a solid intermediate level. The objective is to get you to a point where if you imagine a really cool IoT application, you will be able to independently figure out how to implement it.
We focus on Home Automation using Raspberry Pi for our use-cases. This is so that you can immediately put it to use around the home (turn that music down without getting off the couch!)
As with all our courses, this one too is quirky. The examples are irreverent. Lots of little touches: repetition, zooming out so we remember the big picture, active learning with plenty of quizzes. There’s also a peppy soundtrack, and art - all shown by studies to improve cognition and recall.
Internet of Things : Sensors, Actuators, Microcontrollers, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Physical Computing, Smart homes
Raspberry Pi 2 Model B Components, System on a Chip (SOC) , Input Output Interfaces, SD Card / Secondary Storage, Choice of Operating Systems, RISC/CISC Architectures, x86 vs ARM, Raspbian OS installation, Raspbian tour, Linux Shell commands overview, Installing softwares, Connecting to the Internet
Physical Computing: Sensors (Photoresistors, Ultrasonic sensors, motion sensors, temperature and humidity sensors), Relays, LEDs, Push buttons, Basics of circuit design, Ohm’s law, RC circuit, GPIO pins, Serial and Parallel interfaces, UART, SPI, I2C, Pulse Width Modulation (PWM), Python (RPi DOT GPIO), WiringPi, Node js (RPi-GPIO)
Home Automation projects: Measuring Distance, Measuring Light Intensity, Controlling switches with sensors, Controlling switches over local and external networks
What are the requirements?
No real prerequisites. Beginner level understanding of electric circuits and programming might help but its not mandatory If you intend to do the physical computing projects, go ahead and purchase a Raspberry Pi - but the course does give you advice on things you might need to get for your automation projects so you can wait to decide as well. What am I going to get from this course?
Understand what the internet of things and physical computing are Know their way around a Raspberry Pi Use the Raspberry Pi in Home Automation projects Think of different IoT applications and visualize the components needed to build them Do cool things like control switches in their home with their smartphone What is the target audience?
Yep! Anyone who is interested in Internet of Things, Physical computing, hardware hacking and wants to get their hands dirty with real projects Yep! Non-engineers / Non-tech persons who are interested in home automation projects or Raspberry Pi Yep! People who are looking to understand the details of IoT and want to think of new startup ideas in the IoT space or work in this space Yep! Engineers who have book knowledge but want some help with practical application of electronics concepts
Hours of Content: 14
Prerequisites: No prerequisites are needed for the SQL commands and DBMS fundamentals. Basic knowledge of programming in Python would be helpful if you want to run the source code in the course-ending project.
Taught by a Stanford-educated, ex-Googler and an IIT, IIM - educated ex-Flipkart lead analyst. This team has decades of practical experience in quant trading, analytics and e-commerce. Your bodyguard for when data gets too big, this course is strong but friendly, funny yet deep, animated yet thoughtful.
Let’s parse that. Your bodyguard for when data gets too big: Most business folks (and quite a few engineers) use Excel as a basic tool of decision making and modeling, but when you can’t fit the data you’d like into an Excel spreadsheet that you can easily open, its time to move to a database.
The course is strong but friendly: This course will help you move to a database without being intimidated by the new environment. Don’t let anyone tell you that any dataset is too large or too complicated for you to understand (and people will try, most likely)
The course is funny yet deep: It goes really deep into the topics that folks often find hard to understand, such as joins, aggregate operators and interfacing with databases from a programming language. But it never takes itself too seriously.
The course is very visual: most of the techniques are explained with the help of animations to help you understand better. This course is practical as well: Queries are explained in excruciating detail, indices are demystified, and potentially career-limiting traps (Drop, Alter) are marked with bright yellow tape markers so you can steer clear. The course is also quirky. The examples are irreverent. Lots of little touches: repetition, zooming out so we remember the big picture, active learning with plenty of quizzes. There’s also a peppy soundtrack, and art - all shown by studies to improve cognition and recall.
SQL In Great Depth Database Fundamentals and Just Enough Theory
Practical Examples - Queries in MySQL and SQLite, and code in Python
Who is the target audience? Yep! Data analysts who would like to really get down and dirty with the data Yep! Business folks and executives looking to make their decision making more data-driven, and seeking the technical knowledge to do so. Yep! Students of Computer Science and Computer Engineering looking to understand database concepts for the first time Yep! Software engineers who need to understand and interface with databases from programming languages in their work
Hours of Content: 15
This is an animated, visual and spatial way to learn data structures and algorithms
Our brains process different types of information differently - evolutionarily we are wired to absorb information best when it is visual and spatial i.e. when we can close our eyes and see it More than most other concepts, Data Structures and Algorithms are best learnt visually. These are incredibly easy to learn visually, very hard to understand most other ways This course has been put together by a team with tons of everyday experience in thinking about these concepts and using them at work at Google, Microsoft and Flipkart What’s Covered: Big-O notation and complexity Stacks Queues Trees Heaps Graphs and Graph Algorithms Linked lists Sorting Searching What are the requirements? Basic knowledge of programming is assumed, preferably in Java What am I going to get from this course?
Visualise - really vividly imagine - the common data structures, and the algorithms applied to them Pick the correct tool for the job - correctly identify which data structure or algorithm makes sense in a particular situation Calculate the time and space complexity of code - really understand the nuances of the performance aspects of code What is the target audience?
Yep! Computer Science and Engineering grads who are looking to really visualise data structures, and internalise how they work Yep! Experienced software engineers who are looking to refresh important fundamental concepts
Hours of Content: 20
Programming interviews are like standard plays in professional sport - prepare accordingly. Don’t let Programming Interview gotchas get you down!
Programming interviews differ from real programming jobs in several important aspects, so they merit being treated differently, just like set pieces in sport. Just like teams prepare for their opponent’s playbooks in professional sport, it makes sense for you to approach programming interviews anticipating the interviewer’s playbook This course has been drawn by a team that has conducted hundreds of technical interviews at Google and Flipkart What’s Covered: Pointers: Memory layout of pointers and variables, pointer arithmetic, arrays, pointers to pointers, pointers to structures, argument passing to functions, pointer reassignment and modification - complete with visuals to help you conceptualize how things work. Strings: Strings, Character pointers, character arrays, null termination of strings, string.h function implementations with detailed explanations. Linked lists: Visualization, traversal, creating or deleting nodes, sorted merge, reversing a linked list and many many problems and solutions, doubly linked lists. Bit Manipulation: Work with bits and bit operations. Sorting and searching algorithms: Visualize how common sorting and searching algorithms work and the speed and efficiency of those algorithms Recursion: Master recursion with lots of practice! 8 common and uncommon recursive problems explained. Binary search, finding all subsets of a subset, finding all anagrams of a word, the infamous 8 Queens problem, executing dependent tasks, finding a path through a maze, implementing PaintFill, comparing two binary trees Data Structures: Understand queues, stacks, heaps, binary trees and graphs in detail along with common operations and their complexity. Includes code for every data structure along with solved interview problems based on these data structures. Step-by-step solutions to dozens of common programming problems: Palindromes, Game of Life, Sudoku Validator, Breaking a Document into Chunks, Run Length Encoding, Points within a distance are some of the problems solved and explained. What are the requirements?
This course requires some basic understanding of a programming language, preferably C. Some solutions are in Java, though Java is not a requirement What am I going to get from this course?
Know how to approach and prepare for coding interviews Understand pointer concepts and memory management at a very deep and fundamental level Tackle a wide variety of linked list problems and know how to get started when asked linked list questions as a part of interviews Tackle a wide variety of general pointer and string problems and know how to answer questions on them during interviews Tackle a wide variety of general programming problems which involve just plain logic, no standard algorithms or data structures, these help you get the details right! What is the target audience?
YEP! New engineering graduate students who are interviewing for software engineering jobs YEP! Professionals from other fields with some programming knowledge looking to change to a software role YEP! Software professionals with several years of experience who want to brush up on core concepts NOPE! Other technology-related professionals who are looking for a high-level overview of pointer concepts.
Hours of Content: 10
Taught by a Stanford-educated, ex-Googler, husband-wife team This course will use Java and an Integrated Development Environment (IDE). Never fear, we have a detailed video on how to get this downloaded and set up. Hundreds of lines of source code, and hundreds of lines of comments - just download and open in your IDE! A Java course for everyone - accessible yet serious, to take you from absolute beginner to an early intermediate level
Let’s parse that.
This is a Java course for everyone. Whether you are a complete beginner (a liberal arts major, an accountant, doctor, lawyer) or an engineer with some programming experience but looking to learn Java - this course is right for you. The course is accessible because it assumes absolutely no programming knowledge, and quickly builds up using first principles alone Even so, this is a serious Java programming class - the gradient is quite steep, and you will go from absolute beginner to an early intermediate level The course is also quirky. The examples are irreverent. Lots of little touches: repetition, zooming out so we remember the big picture, active learning with plenty of quizzes. There’s also a peppy soundtrack, and art - all shown by studies to improve cognition and recall. What’s Covered:
Programming Basics: What programming is, and a carefully thought-through tour of the basics of any programming. Installing and setting up an IDE and writing your first program The Object-Oriented Paradigm: Classes, Objects, Interfaces, Inheritance; how an OO mindset differs from a functional or imperative programming mindset; the mechanics of OO - access modifiers, dynamic dispatch, abstract base classes v interfaces. The underlying principles of OO: encapsulation, abstraction, polymorphism Threading and Concurrency: A deep and thorough study of both old and new ways of doing threading in Java: Runnables, Callables, Threads, processes, Futures, Executors. Reflection, Annotations: The how, what and why - also the good and bad Lambda Functions: Functional constructs that have made the crossover into the mainstream of Java - lambda functions, aggregate operators. Modern Java constructs: Interface default methods; properties and bindings too. Also detailed coverage of Futures and Callables, as well as of Lambda functions, aggregation operators. JavaFX as contrasted with Swing. Packages and Jars: The plumbing is important to understand too. Language Features: Serialisation; why the Cloneable interface sucks; exception handling; the immutability of Strings; the Object base class; primitive and object reference types; pass-by-value and pass-by-object-reference. Design: The MVC Paradigm, Observer and Command Design Patterns. Swing: Framework basics; JFrames, JPanels and JComponents; Menus and menu handling; Trees and their nuances; File choosers, buttons, browser controls. A very brief introduction to JavaFX. Programming Drills (code-alongs, with source code included)
Serious stuff: A daily stock quote summariser: scrapes the internet, does some calculations, and outputs a nice, formatted Excel spreadsheet. A News Curation app to summarise newspaper articles into a concise email snippet using serious Swing programming Simple stuff: Support with choosing a programming environment; downloading and setting up IntelliJ. Simple hello-world style programs in functional, imperative and object-oriented paradigms. Maps, lists, arrays. Creating, instantiating and using objects, interfaces What are the requirements?
No prior programming experience needed:) The class will make use of Java and an IDE - never fear, we have a detailed video to walk you through the process of setting this up What am I going to get from this course?
Write Java programs of moderate complexity and sophistication (at an early to middling intermediate level) Understand Object-Oriented programming concepts at the level where you can have intelligent design conversations with an experienced software engineer Manage concurrency and threading issues in a multi-threaded environment Create and modify files (including Excel spreadsheets) and download content from the internet using Java Use Reflection, Annotations, Lambda functions and other modern Java language features Build serious UI applications in Swing Understand the Model-View-Controller paradigm, the Observer and Command Design patterns that are at the heart of modern UI programming Gain a superficial understanding of JavaFX and Properties and Bindings Understand the nuances of Java specific constructs in serialisation, exception-handling, cloning, the immutability of strings, primitive and object reference types What is the target audience?
Yep! Folks with zero programming experience - liberal arts majors, doctors, accountants, lawyers Yep! Engineering students from non-CS majors looking to learn fairly serious programming Nope! Experienced Java programmers - this class will be boring for you:) Yep! Computer Science students or software engineers with no experience in Java, but experience in Python, C++ or even C#. You might need to skip over some bits, but in general the class will still have new learning to offer you :-)
Hours of Content: 28
This course is a really comprehensive guide to the Google Cloud Platform - it has ~20 hours of content and ~60 demos.
The Google Cloud Platform is not currently the most popular cloud offering out there - that’s AWS of course - but it is possibly the best cloud offering for high-end machine learning applications. That’s because of TensorFlow, the super-popular deep learning technology is also from Google.
Certification stuff - Covers pretty much all of the material you ought to need to get past the Google Data Engineer and Cloud Architect certification tests Compute and Storage - AppEngine, Container Engine (aka Kubernetes) and Compute Engine Big Data and Managed Hadoop - Dataproc, Dataflow, BigTable, BigQuery, Pub/Sub TensorFlow on the Cloud - what neural networks and deep learning really are, how neurons work and how neural networks are trained. DevOps stuff - StackDriver logging, monitoring, cloud deployment manager Security - Identity and Access Management, Identity-Aware proxying, OAuth, API Keys, service accounts Networking - Virtual Private Clouds, shared VPCs, Load balancing at the network, transport and HTTP layer; VPN, Cloud Interconnect and CDN Interconnect Hadoop Foundations: A quick look at the open-source cousins (Hadoop, Spark, Pig, Hive and HBase) What are the requirements? Basic understanding of technology - superficial exposure to Hadoop is enough What am I going to get from this course?
Deploy Managed Hadoop apps on the Google Cloud Build deep learning models on the cloud using TensorFlow Make informed decisions about Containers, VMs and AppEngine Use big data technologies such as BigTable, Dataflow, Apache Beam and Pub/Sub What is the target audience?
Yep! Anyone looking to use the Google Cloud Platform in their organizations Yep! Anyone looking to clear the Google Data Engineer or Cloud Architect certification tests Yep! Anyone looking to build TensorFlow models and deploy them on the cloud
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