This course provides the knowledge needed to plan and perform penetration tests and other security engagements, using a vendor-neutral format. This includes planning engagements, performing reconnaissance to find vulnerabilities in a target organization, exploiting vulnerable targets, and creating followup reports. This course maps to the CompTIA PenTest+ certification exam (PT0-001). Objective coverage is marked throughout the course.
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Every class attendee will receive 40 PDU/CEUs and a Certificate of Completion
- CompTIA PenTest+ assesses the most up-to-date penetration testing, and vulnerability assessment and management skills necessary to determine the resiliency of the network against attacks.
- Successful candidates will have the intermediate skills required to customize assessment frameworks to effectively collaborate on and report findings.
- Candidates will also have the best practices to communicate recommended strategies to improve the overall state of IT security.
Chapter 1: Engagement planning
- Module A: Assessment types and goals
- Module B: The penetration testing process
- Module C: Documentation and planning
- Module D: Engagement scope
- Module E: Scripting
Chapter 2: Reconnaissance
- Module A: Reconnaissance techniques
- Module B: OSINT gathering
Chapter 3: Active Reconnaissance
- Module A: Network scanning
- Module B: Vulnerability scanning
- Module C: Application testing
Chapter 4: Leveraging target information
- Module A: Vulnerability analysis
- Module B: Exploitation techniques
Chapter 5: Exploiting organizational vulnerabilities
- Module A: Social engineering
- Module B: Physical security attacks
Chapter 6: Exploiting network vulnerabilities
- Module A: Network attacks
- Module B: Wireless attacks
Chapter 7: Exploiting applications
- Module A: Attacking insecure code
- Module B: Attacking web applications
Chapter 8: Host exploitation
- Module A: Finding host vulnerabilities
- Module B: Operating system exploits
- Module C: Post-exploitation techniques
Chapter 9: Engagement followup
- Module A: Report preparation
- Module B: Remediation and followup
CompTIA Network+, Security+ or equivalent knowledge with a minimum of 3-4 year of hands-on information security experience.
Who Should Attend
Those seeking to pass the PenTest+ exam