Network Vulnerability Assessment Training, 4th Batch

is over now; once again the hot cyber security course is live! Yes, today on 4th April, 2016. EH Academy wholeheartedly wants
to thank the community for the great support and the overpowering response. This
time you will be able to learn the
network vulnerability assessment by using Nessus and OpenVAS; yes, OpenVAS was added in the course
outline during the last batch of students.
contrast to other online courses, this course proficiently works on a strategy
that will make a student to practice and submit the assignment on a regular
basis. This is why we can’t enroll many students at once; the enrollment is on first come first server basis. After completing of every
section, you must submit the assignment as an evidence of your lab work; you also need
to submit the final project of the case scenario. At the end of successful
submission of the final project, you will acquire your certificate.
date: 4th April – 11th April
(EST) or 400 students (whichever comes first)

the end of the course, you will:
Understand the vulnerability
assessment, its types and its process
Be able to install the metasploitable
as a vulnerable machine on your virtual lab
Understand the Nessus environment, its
architecture, installation and configuration process
Learn to create basic policy for you
scan, and advance policies as well.
Create your own scan based on the
assessment need and objectives
Create reports and you will be able to
find the exploits of the found vulnerabilities

Enroll now ($29)!

Irfan Shakeel
irfan shakeel, the founder of ehacking project, he also hosts classes at eh academy. he has found many vulnerabilities in the world’s known platforms, he has been providing it security training since 2010. you might have read his articles and opinion on ibm developers, infosec institute, alienvault, eh academy and other known blogs. follow him on twitter, linkedin and quora.

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