You don’t have to be perfect to learn how to conduct penetration tests, pass these certifications or land an internship or junior analyst position that will get you enterprise level experience. Or the smartest person in the room. Or a type-A personality.
Six weeks from now, you can know where to start, have the fundamentals to pass any security certification with confidence and gain the skills to get that high paying IT Security job.
You'll learn exactly where to start. Networking basics that are guaranteed to show up on any certification test and are the cornerstone to becoming professional in the industry.
You'll learn exactly how to perform network footprinting and reconnaissance and learn the most popular tools certification tests ask you about.
You'll learn how install and use the most effective and popular pentesting tool in the industry today (Metasploit - the must learn tool for any penetrationt testing job).
You'll learn how to conduct your own vulnerablity assessments and see why certifications are so heavily focused on this.
You'll learn exactly how to conduct wireless penetration tests using the most effective pentesting tools (Of course concepts of the tests are covered).
Exploiting Web-based Vulnerabilities
You will learn what exploiting web-based vulnerabilities is all about and see why security certifications are focusing on this more and more over the years.
BONUS: Ruby For Beginners (Learn the basics to start creating your own pentesting tools)
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"Thank you for a very good starting point. Tod"
"I've built up my own lab and starting to learn lots already. Thanks again for this. Ken"
This book unlike many others is being created for the absolute beginner in mind. You will learn the basics and learn where to start so that you can build on that going forward. The biggest issue for me when starting was that there was no great resource for beginners.
This book is being written based off of how I wish I was taught to. The information in this book is provided by experts who have studied the ins and outs of IT Security in general and hacking/pentesting to be more specific.