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Ethical Hacking Course - CEH v12 Certification

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  • Ethical Hacking Certification by EC Council & Exam Vouchers
  • Learn Ethical Hacking from top Industry Experts
  • Get placement assistance upon course completion
  • Master session hijacking, footprinting, cryptography, network security, and more
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40 Hrs Instructor-Led Training
24 Hrs Self-paced Videos
100% Job Assistance
Flexible Schedule
1:1 with Industry Mentors
No Cost EMI Option
Lifetime Lab Access - VMware Lab Setup (ParrotOS)
Certified Ethical Hacking Certificate from EC Council
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Ethical Hacking Certification Overview

Is this CEH training accredited by the EC Council?

Absolutely! Our CEH training program is accredited by the prestigious EC-Council, renowned for its rigorous standards and thorough certification programs. This accreditation ensures that our Ethical Hacking Certification meets all the requirements set by the EC-Council, providing top-notch instruction to our learners.

Why should you take up this certified Ethical Hacking Course Online?

If you’re interested in cyber security, this Ethical Hacking Course is a perfect fit. The comprehensive curriculum covers all the essential aspects of ethical hacking.

This CEH course will make you industry-ready. You may start your career as an information security analyst or cybersecurity expert by learning theoretical and practical skills with the help of this comprehensive Ethical Hacking Course.

The information below exemplifies some of the reasons to enroll in this CEH online course:

  • The most recent report from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that the job growth projection for information security analysts, including ethical hackers, is at 32% from 2023 to 2031. This is a substantial increase over the 8% average growth rate for all jobs.
  • In India, entry-level ethical hackers can expect to make an average of INR 5,00,000 a year; however, with more experience and skills, they can make INR 25,00,000 or even more.
  • Ethical hackers in the US with less experience can expect to make an average of $72,000 annually; those with more expertise and skills can make much more, up to $150,000 or more.
  • The global cybersecurity market is expected to reach US$340.3 billion by 2026, highlighting the immense potential for career growth in the ethical hacking field.

What benefits will the student get from the EC Council?

  • Certified Ethical Hacker certificate from EC Council
  • 24 Hacking Challenges from EC Council
  • Student kit containing e-books, exam voucher

How can you become a professional certified ethical hacker?

The steps mentioned below lead to becoming a certified CEH professional:

  • Sign up for our program
  • Complete the entire program
  • Practice various Ethical Hacking techniques
  • Take mock exams for Ethical Hacking
  • Complete all the assignments and clear the CEH exam to be an Ethical Hacking professional

Is any programming language required to become an ethical hacker?

Yes, you need to learn programming to become an ethical hacker. Python, Java, PHP, Bash, Ruby, SQL, and C are some of the popular programming languages that you are required to have knowledge of. You can still learn how to become an ethical hacker even if you have no prior experience through our Ethical Hacking Course.

What are the technical requirements that are necessary before opting for this Best Course for Ethical Hacking Certification?

There are no mandatory requirements to enroll in this CEH exam prep program. You can sign up for our CEH exam prep program without any prerequisites.

Is this CEH training accredited by the EC Council?

Absolutely! Our CEH training program is accredited by the prestigious EC-Council, renowned for its rigorous standards and thorough certification programs. This accreditation ensures that our Ethical Hacking Certification meets all the requirements set by the EC-Council, providing top-notch instruction to our learners.

If you’re interested in cyber security, this Ethical Hacking Course is a perfect fit. The comprehensive curriculum covers all the essential aspects of ethical hacking.

This CEH course will make you industry-ready. You may start your career as an information security analyst or cybersecurity expert by learning theoretical and practical skills with the help of this comprehensive Ethical Hacking Course.

The information below exemplifies some of the reasons to enroll in this CEH online course:

  • The most recent report from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that the job growth projection for information security analysts, including ethical hackers, is at 32% from 2023 to 2031. This is a substantial increase over the 8% average growth rate for all jobs.
  • In India, entry-level ethical hackers can expect to make an average of INR 5,00,000 a year; however, with more experience and skills, they can make INR 25,00,000 or even more.
  • Ethical hackers in the US with less experience can expect to make an average of $72,000 annually; those with more expertise and skills can make much more, up to $150,000 or more.
  • The global cybersecurity market is expected to reach US$340.3 billion by 2026, highlighting the immense potential for career growth in the ethical hacking field.
  • Certified Ethical Hacker certificate from EC Council
  • 24 Hacking Challenges from EC Council
  • Student kit containing e-books, exam voucher

The steps mentioned below lead to becoming a certified CEH professional:

  • Sign up for our program
  • Complete the entire program
  • Practice various Ethical Hacking techniques
  • Take mock exams for Ethical Hacking
  • Complete all the assignments and clear the CEH exam to be an Ethical Hacking professional

Yes, you need to learn programming to become an ethical hacker. Python, Java, PHP, Bash, Ruby, SQL, and C are some of the popular programming languages that you are required to have knowledge of. You can still learn how to become an ethical hacker even if you have no prior experience through our Ethical Hacking Course.

There are no mandatory requirements to enroll in this CEH exam prep program. You can sign up for our CEH exam prep program without any prerequisites.

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In the next two years, there will likely be a demand for over 1 billion cyber security specialists, making this one of the most profitable job options available today. - India Today
Hackers steal 75 records every second in the world. This mirrors the absolute need for more ethical hackers in the world. To beat a hacker, you have to think like a hacker. - Webarxsecurity

Ethical Hacking Career Transition

60% Average Salary Hike

$1,45,000 Highest Salary

6000+ Career Transitions

500+ Hiring Partners

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Batch Profile

This Ethical Hacking course provides an immersive learning experience, attracting professionals from diverse industries. Here’s a glimpse of the typical learner profile:

Cater to various cybersecurity needs.

By Industry

IT Security (Network Security, Security Analyst) 40%
Information Technology (IT) 20%
Systems Administration 15%
Consulting (Cybersecurity) 10%
Others (Law Enforcement, Auditors) 15%

By Work Experience

Freshers 20% 0-2 Years 25% 2-5 Years 30% 5-8 Years 15% 8+ Years 10%
Attract IT professionals seeking to specialize in ethical hacking.

By Profession

Ethical Hackers/Penetration Testers 40%
IT Security Analysts 20%
Network Security Engineers 15%
Systems Administrators (with security focus) 10%
Others (Security Consultants, Auditors) 15%

By Work Experience

Age 18-22 15% Age 22-26 28% Age 26-30 30% Age 30-34 17% Age 34+ 10%
Welcome individuals with a background in IT or computer science

By Education

Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science (or related field) 40%
Information Technology (IT) Degree/Diploma 25%
Cybersecurity Certifications (CompTIA Security+, CEH) 15%
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering (with IT focus) 10%
Others (Non-IT background with relevant experience) 10%

By Work Experience

B.E./ B.Tech 45% BCA/MCA 15% B.Sc 9% B.Com 7% Others 24%

Who can apply for this course?

  • Network Security Officers, Site Administrators, and IT/IS Auditors
  • IT Security Officers, Technical Support Engineers, and IT Operations Managers
  • IT/IS Analysts and Specialists, System Analysts, and Network Specialists
  • Aspirants and freshers who are looking to make a career in the Ethical Hacking and Cyber Security Domain
  • This Ethical Hacking Course is designed for both beginners and experienced professionals
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What role does an Ethical Hacking professional play?

Penetration Tester

Monitor possible cyber attacks to uncover weaknesses in systems before hackers exploit them.

Information Security Analyst

Check computer systems to ensure protection against hackers and digital threats by implementing security protocols.

Security Analyst

Investigate security breaches and enhance measures to prevent future attacks.

Security Consultant

Provide guidance on cyber security measures and strategies to protect digital assets.

Security Engineer/Architect

Design and build secure computer systems and networks to ensure complete protection against cyber threats.

Information Security Manager

Oversees all aspects of keeping digital assets secure in an organization.

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Skills Covered

Footprinting and Reconnaissance

Scanning Networks

Cloud Enumeration

Vulnerability Analysis

System Hacking

Malware Threats

Sniffing

Social Engineering

Denial-of-service

Session Hijacking

Evading IDS

Firewalls and Honeypots

Hacking Web Servers

Hacking Wireless Networks

Hacking Mobile Platforms

IoT Hacking

Cryptography

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Ethical Hacking Tools Covered

Nmap Metasploit Wireshark Nikto OWASP Burp-Suite SQLMap lc7 Nessus Angry-ip Maltego hping Recon-ng owas hashcat Aircrack
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Syllabus

Live Course Self Paced

Preparatory Sessions – Python

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  • Introduction to Python and IDEs – The basics of the python programming language, and how you can use various IDEs for python development, like Jupyter, Pycharm, etc.
  • Python Basics – Variables, Loops, Conditional Statements, Data Types, functions, decorators, file handling, lambda functions, exception handling ,etc.
  • Object Oriented Programming – Introduction to OOPs concepts like classes, objects, inheritance, abstraction, polymorphism, encapsulation, etc.
  • Hands-on Sessions and Assignments for Practice – The culmination of all the above concepts is real-world problem statements for better understanding.
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Module 01: Introduction to Ethical Hacking

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1.1 Information Security Overview
1.2 Hacking Methodologies and Frameworks
1.3 Hacking Concepts
1.4 Ethical Hacking Concepts
1.5 Information Security Controls
1.6 Information Security Laws and Standards

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2.1 Footprinting through Search Engines
2.2 Footprinting through Web Services
2.3 Footprinting through Social Networking Sites
2.4 Website Footprinting
2.5 Email Footprinting
2.6 DNS Footprinting
2.7 Network Footprinting
2.8 Footprinting through Social Engineering
2.9 Footprinting Tools
2.10 Footprinting Countermeasures

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3.1 Network Scanning Concepts
3.2 Scanning Tools
3.3 Host Discovery
3.4 Port and Service Discovery
3.5 OS Discovery (Banner Grabbing/OS Fingerprinting)
3.6 Scanning Beyond IDS and Firewall
3.7 Network Scanning Countermeasures

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4.1 Enumeration Concepts
4.2 NetBIOS Enumeration
4.3 SNMP Enumeration
4.4 LDAP Enumeration
4.5 NTP and NFS Enumeration
4.6 SMTP and DNS Enumeration
4.7 Other Enumeration Techniques
4.8 Enumeration Countermeasures

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5.1 Vulnerability Assessment Concepts
5.2 Vulnerability Classification and Assessment Types
5.3 Vulnerability Assessment Tools
5.4 Vulnerability Assessment Reports

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6.1 Gaining Access
6.2 Escalating Privileges
6.3 Maintaining Access
6.4 Clearing Logs

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7.1 Malware Concepts
7.2 APT Concepts
7.3 Trojan Concepts
7.4 Virus and Worm Concepts
7.5 Fileless Malware Concepts
7.6 Malware Analysis
7.7 Malware Countermeasures
7.8 Anti-Malware Software

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8.1 Sniffing Concepts
8.2 Sniffing Technique: MAC Attacks
8.3 Sniffing Technique: DHCP Attacks
8.4 Sniffing Technique: ARP Poisoning
8.5 Sniffing Technique: Spoofing Attacks
8.6 Sniffing Technique: DNS Poisoning
8.7 Sniffing Tools
8.8 Sniffing Countermeasures

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9.1 Social Engineering Concepts
9.2 Social Engineering Techniques
9.3 Insider Threats
9.4 Impersonation on Social Networking Sites
9.5 Identity Theft
9.6 Social Engineering Countermeasures

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10.1 DoS/DDoS Concepts
10.2 Botnets
10.3 DoS/DDoS Attack Techniques
10.4 DDoS Case Study
10.5 DoS/DDoS Attack Countermeasures

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11.1 Session Hijacking Concepts
11.2 Application-Level Session Hijacking
11.3 Network-Level Session Hijacking
11.4 Session Hijacking Tools
11.5 Session Hijacking Countermeasures

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12.1 IDS, IPS, Firewall, and Honeypot Solutions
12.2 Evading IDS
12.3 Evading Firewalls
12.4 Evading NAC and Endpoint Security
12.5 IDS/Firewall Evading Tools
12.6 Detecting Honeypots
12.7 IDS/Firewall Evasion Countermeasures

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13.1 Web Server Concepts
13.2 Web Server Attacks
13.3 Web Server Attack Methodology
13.4 Web Server Attack Countermeasures
13.5 Patch Management

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14.1 Web Application Concepts
14.2 Web Application Threats
14.3 Web Application Hacking Methodology
14.4 Web API, Webhooks, and Web Shell
14.5 Web Application Security

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15.1 SQL Injection Concepts
15.2 Types of SQL Injection
15.3 SQL Injection Methodology
15.4 SQL Injection Tools
15.5 Evasion Techniques
15.6 SQL Injection Countermeasures

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16.1 Wireless Concepts
16.2 Wireless Encryption
16.3 Wireless Threats
16.4 Wireless Hacking Methodology
16.5 Wireless Hacking Tools
16.6 Bluetooth Hacking
16.7 Wireless Attack Countermeasures
16.8 Wireless Security Tools

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17.1 Mobile Platform Attack Vectors
17.2 Hacking Android OS
17.3 Hacking iOS
17.4 Mobile Device Management
17.5 Mobile Security Guidelines and Tools

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18.1 IoT Concepts
18.2 IoT Attacks
18.3 IoT Hacking Methodology
18.4 IoT Attack Countermeasures
18.5 OT Concepts
18.6 OT Attacks
18.7 OT Hacking Methodology
18.8 OT Attack Countermeasures

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19.1 Cloud Computing Concepts
19.2 Container Technology
19.3 Serverless Computing
19.4 Cloud Computing Threats
19.5 Cloud Hacking
19.6 Cloud Security

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20.1 Cryptography Concepts
20.2 Encryption Algorithms
20.3 Cryptography Tools
20.4 Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
20.5 Email Encryption
20.6 Disk Encryption
20.7 Cryptanalysis
20.8 Cryptography Attack Countermeasures

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  • Introduction to Kali Linux
  • Services in Kali (HTTP, SSH)
  • Command-line utilities (Wget, curl, grep, awk, and many more)
  • Key concepts and basics of scripting (Piping, Redirection and Bash Scripting)
  • Tools and utilities in Kali Linux ( Netcat, Socat, Powercat, Powershell, etc.)
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Program Highlights

40 Hrs Instructor-Led Training
24 Hrs Self-paced Videos
100% Job Assistance
24/7 Support

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CEH v12 Certification and Exam

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What is the CEH exam?

The CEH test was first offered in 2003 by the International Council of E-Commerce Consultants (EC-Council). It has contributed to the widespread acceptance of ethical hacking as a key component of cyber security. The four hours of the CEH exam (CEH v12) are online testing. There are 125 multiple-choice questions for the candidates to answer.

Exam vouchers are valid for one year from the date of purchase or course registration. You will need to buy a new voucher if the exam isn’t scheduled for this year.

No, once an exam voucher is issued to a learner, it cannot be refunded.

The certification body governs the prices of exams, and these prices are subject to change. Usually, any changes in prices are announced towards the end of the calendar year. In the event that the exam cost rises and your exam is not yet booked, you will be obliged to pay the extra sum.

The exam may be taken five times by a candidate in a calendar year (12 months). However, if you have already passed that specific exam version, you are not eligible to repeat it.

The candidates can get their exam results within a few minutes after successfully completing the exam. They will also receive a report that will contain feedback on how they performed in the exam.

The format of the CEH exam is given below:

  • Number of Questions: 125
  • Duration of the exam: 4 hours
  • Test delivery: ECC EXAM, VUE
  • Exam Prefix: 312-50(ECC EXAM), 312-50(VUE)

CEH Practical Exam

There is an extension of the certified ethical hacker certification exam, which is the CEH Practical Exam. The format for the CEH Practical Exam is shown below:

20 Practical Challenges

  • Time Duration: 6 hours
  • Availability: Aspen-iLabs
  • Test Format: iLabs Cyber Range
  • Passing Score: 70%

Here is the exam blueprint:

Domain Number of Questions Weightage(%)
Information Security and Ethical Hacking Overview 8 6%
Reconnaissance Techniques 26 21%
System Hacking Phases and Attack Techniques 21 17%
Network and Perimeter Hacking 18 14%
Web Application Hacking 20 16%
Wireless Network Hacking 8 6%
Mobile Platform, IoT, and OT Hacking 10 8%
Cloud Computing 7 6%
Cryptography 7 6%

Kindly note that refunds are not available for EC-Council’s certification and scholarship programs. We recommend thoroughly assessing your eligibility, interest, and the terms and conditions before enrolling in these programs.

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FAQs

What is Ethical Hacking?

Ethical Hacking, or white-hat hacking, is a legal attempt to gain entry to a computer system or application to find and fix security weaknesses or vulnerabilities. Unlike black hats, white hats hack the networks only when legally permitted to do so.

Employers recognize ethical hacking certification as evidence of an individual’s skills, knowledge, and dedication to ethical hacking practices. It opens up a wide range of career opportunities in various sectors, including government agencies, financial institutions, and technology companies.

Additionally, the CEH certification requires continuous professional development to maintain its validity, ensuring that certified individuals stay updated with the latest security threats and countermeasures. This commitment to ongoing education enhances the credibility of CEH-certified professionals.

Yes, Intellipaat provides free resources for learners on Ethical Hacking. Among them, the major ones are Ethical Hacking Interview Questions, Ethical Hacking Tutorial, and everything about Ethical Hacking.

Yes, you would need to pay extra charges for CloudLab access in the CEH (Certified Ethical Hacker) certification. To help you with the procedure, we advise you to contact our Ethical Hacking full course advisor.

Our online training program at Intellipaat allows you to fully grasp the principles and obtain answers to any questions you may have about ethical hacking courses. Additionally, session recordings are available if you need them later. Additionally, if you miss any classes, you can use these recordings to catch up on our CEH certification.

Yes, the CEH certification can increase your chances of landing a job in cybersecurity! It is an extremely prestigious and well-known accreditation that proves your familiarity with ethical hacking methods and strategies.

The Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) credential is good for three years from the date of certification. The certification needs to be updated every three years, and the two ways to do so are to either pass the most recent exam or obtain 120 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) via the EC-Council Continuing Education program.

The salary options based on the Entry-Level and mid-level job roles:

Entry-Level:

  • Average salary range: ₹4.5 lakh – ₹6.3 lakh per year (assuming $57,000 – $79,000 translates to roughly ₹4.5 lakh – ₹6.3 lakh)
  • Roles: Security Analyst, SOC Analyst, and Junior Penetration Tester

Mid-Level:

  • Average salary range: ₹7.1 lakh – ₹9 lakh per year (assuming $89,000 – $113,000 translates to roughly ₹7.1 lakh – ₹9 lakh)
  • Roles: Penetration Tester, Security Analyst Lead, and Vulnerability Researcher

Senior-Level:

  • Average salary range: ₹12 lakh or higher (highly variable based on experience, skills, and specific role)
  • Roles: Security Architect and Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)

Yes, answers can be reviewed before final submission.

The EC-Council has created several important regulations to support the goals of its certification program. These include a detailed security and integrity policy, a dedicated certification agreement, and a non-disclosure agreement (NDA).

Yes, you can enroll in this Ethical Hacking Course even if you are not from a technical background. However, knowledge of programming and basic technical terms can help you in the CEH course.

An ethical hacking career might be perfect for you if you:

  • Passion for technology, computer systems, and networks
  • Feel comfortable with coding and scripting
  • Enjoy solving problems
  • Analytical and detail-oriented
  • Care about privacy and security

A candidate who has completed CEH Certification may retake the exam without having to wait a certain amount of time if they fail it the first time. However, they have to wait for 14 days before appearing for the exam for a third attempt. This applies to subsequent retakes as well. It is important to note that a candidate cannot take the same exam more than five times within a year. Furthermore, a 12-month waiting period is required before taking the CEH exam for the sixth time.

Intellipaat offers query resolution, and you can raise a ticket with the dedicated support team at any time. You can avail yourself of email support for all your queries. We can also arrange one-on-one sessions with our support team If your query does not get resolved through email. However, 1:1 session support is given for 6 months from the start date of your course.

Intellipaat provides placement assistance to all learners who have completed the training and moved to the placement pool after clearing the PRT (Placement Readiness Test). More than 500+ top MNCs and startups hire Intellipaat learners. Our alumni work with Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Sony, Ericsson, TCS, Mu Sigma, etc.

Apparently, no. Our job assistance is aimed at helping you land your dream job. It offers a potential opportunity for you to explore various competitive openings in the corporate world and find a well-paid job, matching your profile. The final hiring decision will always be based on your performance in the interview and the requirements of the recruiter.

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