TRANCHULAS Ethical-Hacking Online Training

Tranchulas is an international consulting firm that started a new e-learning services launched from Pakistan. Training includes different IT Security topics from:

1- Web Application Security Workshop
2- PCI-Data Security Standard Training
3- Hands-On Ethical Hacking
4-ISO/IEC 27001 – ISMS Implementation

Before attending the training courses a test are conducted to evaluate the knowledge of attendees and according to the result the student will be associated to the required level.
Today I have attended a small demonstration on the Ethical Hacking course .The course teaches advanced techniques on arp spoofing and scanning the network using Backtrack. There is a very nice scenarios that are made on live to help student deeply understand how it is simple to conduct a Man In the middle attack on a real working environment even if the traffic are encrypted using SSL.

Zubair Khan Chief Executive Officer has conducted security trainings at various forums in Pakistan and abroad. He has previously presented at renowned security conferences including Hack.lu Luxembourg, Hack In The Box Malaysia and Infosek Slovenia. Chairman of Pakistan Engineering Development Board and Chairman of Pakistan Engineering Council recognize his research and work.

This is a cutting-edge course and currently outline: Basic Bash Scripting, Information Gathering (Google Hacking and Harvesting, Netcraft, DNS Reconnaissance…), Port scanning, ARP spoofing, Buffer overflow Exploitation ,Bind shells and reverse shells etc..

For more information and details on next trainings you can visit the official website.

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