Certificazione Ethical Hacker CEH

 

Certificazione Etichal Hacker ed Esame

La certificazione Ethical Hacker CEH attesta la capacità di portare attacchi informatici a reti, infrastrutture IT, applicazioni e siti web sia dell’organizzazione per cui lavora, sia a clienti, per individuare e risolvere vulnerabilità dei sistemi e migliorarne la sicurezza. L’Ethical Hacker opera con l’autorizzazione dei proprietari del sistema informatico target e adotta tutte le precauzioni per garantire che i risultati dell’indagine da lui condotta restino riservati.

Per ottenere la certificazione CEH è necessario superare l’esame 312-50 EC Council. L’unico percorso formativo ufficiale che prepara e autorizza a sostenere l’esame CEH è il corso Ethical Hacker EC Council.

Il corso è disponibile in due modalità: intensiva presso un ATC o distribuita in modalità Academia.

eForhum adotta questa seconda modalità, ovvero tipicamente Academy, non intensiva, distribuita su un arco temporale ampio di due mesi, serale o sabato, con un monte ore di 80 ore, per creare competenza e buona occupabilità per l’individuo.

Certificazione CEH: argomenti d'esame

Il seguente elenco di argomenti d’esame è tratto dall’exam blueprint v4.0 CEH EC Council.

1. Information Security and Ethical Hacking Overview

1.1. Introduction to Ethical Hacking

  • Information Security Overview
  • Cyber Kill Chain Concepts
  • Hacking Concepts
  • Ethical Hacking Concepts
  • Information Security Controls
  • Information Security Laws and Standards

2. Reconnaissance Techniques

2.1 Footprinting and Reconnaissance

  • Footprinting Concepts
  • Footprinting Methodology
  • Footprinting through Search Engines
  • Footprinting through Web Services
  • Footprinting through Social Networking Sites
  • Website Footprinting
  • Email Footprinting
  • Whois Footprinting
  • DNS Footprinting
  • Network Footprinting
  • Footprinting through Social Engineering
  • Footprinting Tools
  • Footprinting Countermeasures

2.2 Scanning Networks

  • Network Scanning Concepts
  • Scanning Tools
  • Host Discovery
  • Port and Service Discovery
  • OS Discovery (Banner Grabbing/OS Fingerprinting)
  • Scanning Beyond IDS and Firewall
  • Draw Network Diagrams

2.3 Enumeration

  • Enumeration Concepts
  • NetBIOS Enumeration
  • SNMP Enumeration
  • LDAP Enumeration
  • NTP and NFS Enumeration
  • SMTP and DNS Enumeration
  • Other Enumeration Techniques (IPsec, VoIP, RPC,
  • Unix/Linux, Telnet, FTP, TFTP, SMB, IPv6, and BGP enumeration)
  • Enumeration Countermeasures

3. System Hacking Phases and Attack Techniques

3.1 Vulnerability Analysis

  • Vulnerability Assessment Concepts
  • Vulnerability Classification and Assessment Types
  • Vulnerability Assessment Solutions and Tools
  • Vulnerability Assessment Reports

3.2 System Hacking

  • System Hacking Concepts
  • Gaining Access
  • Cracking Passwords
  • Vulnerability Exploitation
  • Escalating Privileges
  • Maintaining Access
  • Executing Applications
  • Hiding Files
  • Clearing Logs

3.3 Malware Threats

  • Malware Concepts
  • APT Concepts
  • Trojan Concepts
  • Virus and Worm Concepts
  • File-less Malware Concepts
  • Malware Analysis
  • Malware Countermeasures
  • Anti-Malware Software

4. Network and Perimeter Hacking

4.1 Sniffing

  • Sniffing Concepts
  • Sniffing Technique: MAC Attacks
  • Sniffing Technique: DHCP Attacks
  • Sniffing Technique: ARP Poisoning
  • Sniffing Technique: Spoofing Attacks
  • Sniffing Technique: DNS Poisoning
  • Sniffing Tools
  • Sniffing Countermeasures
  • Sniffing Detection Techniques

4.2 Social Engineering

  • Social Engineering Concepts
  • Social Engineering Techniques
  • Insider Threats
  • Impersonation on Social
  • Networking Sites
  • Identity Theft
  • Social Engineering Countermeasures

4.3 Denial-of-Service

  • DoS/DDoS Concepts
  • DoS/DDoS Attack Techniques
  • Botnets
  • DDoS
  • Case Study
  • DoS/DDoS Attack Tools
  • DoS/DDoS Countermeasures
  • DoS/DDoS Protection Tools

4.4 Session Hijacking

  • Session Hijacking Concepts
  • Application Level Session Hijacking
  • Network Level Session Hijacking
  • Session Hijacking Tools
  • Session Hijacking Countermeasures

4.5 Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots

  • IDS, IPS, Firewall, and Honeypot Concepts
  • IDS, IPS, Firewall, and Honeypot Solutions
  • Evading IDS
  • Evading Firewalls
  • IDS/Firewall Evading Tools
  • Detecting Honeypots
  • IDS/Firewall Evasion Countermeasures

5. Web Application Hacking

5.1 Hacking Web Servers

  • Web Server Concepts
  • Web Server Attacks
  • Web Server Attack Methodology
  • Web Server Attack Tools
  • Web Server Countermeasures
  • Patch Management
  • Web Server Security Tools

5.2 Hacking Web Applications

  • Web App Concepts
  • Web App Threats
  • Web App Hacking Methodology
  • Footprint Web Infrastructure
  • Analyze Web Applications
  • Bypass Client-Side Controls
  • Attack Authentication Mechanism
  • Attack Authorization Schemes
  • Attack Access Controls
  • Attack Session Management Mechanism
  • Perform Injection Attacks
  • Attack Application Logic Flaws
  • Attack Shared Environments
  • Attack Database Connectivity
  • Attack Web App Client
  • Attack Web Services
  • Web API, Webhooks and Web Shell
  • Web App Security

5.3 SQL Injection

  • SQL Injection Concepts
  • Types of SQL Injection
  • SQL Injection Methodology
  • SQL Injection Tools
  • Evasion Techniques
  • SQL Injection Countermeasures

6. Wireless Network Hacking

  • Wireless Concepts
  • Wireless Encryption
  • Wireless Threats
  • Wireless Hacking Methodology
  • Wireless Hacking Tools
  • Bluetooth Hacking
  • Wireless Countermeasures
  • Wireless Security Tools

7. Mobile Platform, IoT, and OT Hacking

7.1 Hacking Mobile Platforms

  • Mobile Platform Attack Vectors
  • Hacking Android OS
  • Hacking iOS
  • Mobile Device Management
  • Mobile Security Guidelines and Tools

7.2 IoT and OT Hacking

  • IoT Concepts
  • IoT Attacks
  • IoT Hacking Methodology
  • IoT Hacking Tools
  • IoT Countermeasures
  • OT Concepts
  • OT Attacks
  • OT Hacking Methodology
  • OT Hacking Tools
  • OT Countermeasures

8. Cloud Computing

  • Cloud Computing Concepts
  • Container Technology
  • Serverless Computing
  • Cloud Computing Threats
  • Cloud Hacking
  • Cloud Security

9. Cryptography

  • Cryptography Concepts
  • Encryption Algorithms
  • Cryptography Tools
  • Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
  • Email Encryption
  • Disk Encryption
  • Cryptanalysis
  • Countermeasures

Certificazione CEH: iscrizione e validità

La certificazione Certifed Ethical Hacker (ANSI) si può sostenere solo presso i test center accreditati VUE o presso i test Center ETC.

Per ottenere la certificazione è necessario superare l’esame 312-50, che una durata di 4 ore, include 125 domande a risposta multipla. La certificazione ha una validità di 3 anni.

Chi può sostenere l’esame?

  • Chi ha frequentato un corso ufficiale. In tal caso l’esame di certificazione viene incluso all’interno del corso, oppure
  • Chi ha due anni di esperienza in ambito coerente sulle seguenti tematiche:
    • Information Security and Ethical Hacking Overview
    • Reconnaissance Techniques
    • System Hacking Phases and Attack Techniques
    • Network and Perimeter Hacking
    • Web Application Hacking
    • Wireless Network Hacking
    • Mobile Platform, IoT, and OT Hacking
    • Cloud Computing
    • Cryptography

In questo secondo caso l’application all’esame viene valutata direttamente da EC Council.

Il costo dell’esame è incluso nel costo del corso. Per chi ottiene tale autorizzazione di EC Council a sostenere l’esame come privatista il costo dell’esame è di 1190$ presso i test center VUE e 950$ presso i test center ETC.

 

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