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Curso de ECSA (EC-Council Certified Security Analyst) v9

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ECSA es una certificación avanzada en hackeo ético que complementa el Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) explorando la fase analítica de hackeo ético. A través de métodos y técnicas de penetración de redes, esta certificación de pen testing permite al estudiante realizarlas evaluaciones intensivas requeridas para identificar y mitigar efectivamente los riesgos de seguridad de las infraestructuras.

Objetivos: El objetivo de ECSA es agragar valor a los profesionales de la seguridad ayudando a analizar los resultados de sus pruebas. ECSA muestra al alumno el camino a seguir en la etapa avanzada del hacking ético

Requisitos: Se recomienda el haber realizado el curso Certified Ethical Hacker

A quién va dirigido: Profesionales del área de Sistemas Consultores de Tecnología Auditores internos y externos de Sistemas Administradores Responsables de Seguridad Informática

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Duración: 5 días

Temario completo de este curso

Module 01: Need for Security Analysis

  • Briefs on security concerns due to intrusions and discusses various challenges of security
  • Describes various elements of information security measures
  • Explains various steps of risk assessment and discusses risk assessment values
  • Explains how to harden security and discusses various types of security policies
  • Discusses different information security standards
  • Discusses various information security acts and laws

Module 02: TCP/IP Packet Analysis
  • Discusses various components of TCP/IP model
  • Explains TCP/IP source and destination port connections
  • Discusses Internet Protocol v6 (IPv6) in details which covers IPv6 header, IPv4/IPv6 transition mechanisms, IPv6 security issues, etc.
  • Describes in detail about Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) and the process involved in ICMP message delivery
  • Describes ICMP address mask
  • Explains in detail about TCP/IP concepts in mobile technology
  • Discusses various TCP options which improve performance of mobile technology

Module 03: Penetration Testing Methodologies
  • Defines penetration testing and its constraints
  • llustrates various types of penetration testing and its phases
  • Explains about penetration testing strategies
  • Discusses penetration testing methodologies
  • Gives information about penetration testing consultants and responsibilities of a penetration tester
  • Discusses ethics of a penetration tester

Module 04: Customers and Legal Agreements
  • Describes why do organizations need a pen testing
  • Explains how to create a checklist of the testing requirements
  • Discusses penetration testing ‘rules of behavior’ and risks involved in penetration testing
  • Discusses various legal issues in penetration testing
  • Describes penetration testing contract and the limitations of the contract
  • Explains how to calculate the pen testing charges

Module 05: Rules of Engagement
  • Defines Statement of Work (SOW)
  • Discusses Rules of Engagement (ROE) and its scope in penetration testing
  • Explains various steps for framing ROE
  • Discusses various clauses in ROE

Module 06: Penetration Testing Planning and Scheduling
  • Illustrates test plan and its purpose
  • Discusses phases involved in penetration testing
  • Explains about the project scope of the penetration testing
  • Describes skills and knowledge required for penetration testing
  • Discusses penetration testing teams
  • Provides an overview of the project plan
  • Defines penetration testing schedule
  • Discusses various penetration testing project scheduling tools
  • Discusses penetration testing hardware/software requirements

Module 07: Pre-penetration Testing Steps
  • Discusses listing of client organization’s penetration testing requirements and purpose of the test
  • Explains the importance of obtaining penetration testing permission from the company’s stakeholders and local law enforcement agency
  • Explains why it is necessary to list the tests that will not be carried out on the client’s network
  • Demonstrates the approach in identifying the type of testing to be carried out
  • Explains the benefits of hardening the security of an organization by listing the servers, workstations, desktops, and network devices that need to be tested
  • Explains Rules of Engagement (ROE)
  • Discusses the preparation of penetration testing legal documents and Non-disclosure
  • Agreements (NDA)
  • Illustrates how to identify core competencies/limitations
  • Discusses the selection criteria of penetration testers required for the project
  • Describes various methods to gather information about the client’s organization
  • Demonstrates the usage of security tools in a penetration testing project
  • Explains the importance of obtaining the contact details of the key person at the client’s company for emergency
  • Discusses about preparing a list of contractual constraints in the penetration testing agreement
  • Explains preparation of the final penetration testing report

Module 08: Information Gathering
  • Discusses information gathering and its terminologies
  • Demonstrates how to gather target company’s data such as company URL, private and public website, contact numbers, employee list and their email addresses, geographical location, etc.
  • Discusses the usage of various online services and information gathering tools to collect information about the target company
  • Explains how to identify the link popularity of the company’s website
  • Illustrates the process of identifying, gathering, analyzing, verifying, and using information about competitors
  • Describes the significance of listing the company’s partners and distributors
  • Demonstrates the ways to visit the company as an inquirer and extract privileged information
  • Discusses the usage of various web investigation tools to extract sensitive data
  • Explains the techniques to discover the registered information using WhoIs database
  • Illustrates how to locate a company’s network range
  • Provides various methods to track email communications and gather relevant information

Module 09: Vulnerability Analysis
  • Explains what is vulnerability assessment and its classification
  • Discusses various types of vulnerability assessment and its phases
  • Explains how to conduct a vulnerability assessment
  • Discusses vulnerability analysis stages
  • Illustrates vulnerability assessment reports
  • Discusses various types of vulnerability assessment tools
  • Describes criteria for choosing a vulnerability assessment tool
  • Discusses about the vulnerability analysis chart

Module 10: External Penetration Testing
  • Discusses external intrusion test and analysis
  • Explains client benefits of external penetration testing
  • Defines company’s external infrastructure
  • Explains various techniques to identify the IP address of the targets
  • Discusses how to locate the ISP servicing the client
  • Describes preparation of list of open, closed, suspicious ports
  • Discusses various types of scans on the target and checking the response for each scan
  • Illustrates analysis of the TCP sequence number prediction, use of standard and non-standard protocols, IPID sequence, system uptime of the target and operating system
  • Discusses several means to look for error and custom web pages
  • Explains how to probe the service by SMTP mail bouncing
  • Demonstrates grabbing the banner of POP3 and FTP servers
  • Provides information to check responses for ICMP scan performed
  • Illustrates port scans of DNS Servers, TFTP Servers, etc.
  • Demonstrates test for various ports such as NTP ports, SNMP ports, etc.
  • Offers recommendations to protect the system from external threats

Module 11: Internal Network Penetration Testing
  • Discusses mapping of the internal network
  • Explains user enumeration
  • Discusses various ways to sniff the network and tools used for this purpose
  • Discusses various types of attacks to be attempted to perform the test
  • Describes attempts to plant hardware and software keyloggers, spyware, Trojan, backdoor account, bypass anti-virus software and rootkits on the target machine
  • Explains the usage of various steganography techniques
  • Illustrates capturing of numerous traffic such as POP3, SMTP, HTTP, HTTPS, RDP, VoIP, etc.
  • Discusses various filters that can be used to run Wireshark
  • Explains how spoofing of the MAC address helps in gaining access to VLANs
  • Discusses attempts of session hijacking on Telnet, FTP and HTTP traffics
  • Illustrates the usage of various types of vulnerability scanning tools to perform internal network penetration tests

Module 12: Firewall Penetration Testing
  • Explains how does a firewall work
  • Discusses firewall logging functionality, firewall policy and implementation
  • Explains in detail about maintenance and management of firewall
  • Illustrates various types of firewalls
  • Discusses various types of firewall penetration testing tools
  • Explains in detail about firewall ruleset mapping
  • Discusses best practices for firewall configuration
  • Explains various steps for conducting firewall penetration testing

Module 13: IDS Penetration Testing
  • Illustrates different types of Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS)
  • Discusses how to test the IDS for resource exhaustion
  • Discusses various methods to test IDS, e.g. by sending ARP flood, MAC spoofing, IP spoofing,etc.
  • Explains testing of IP packet fragmentation
  • Discusses test for backscatter, reverse traversal, etc.
  • Illustrates how to test the IDS using TCPReplay, TCPopera, Method Matching, and double slashes
  • Explains bypassing invalid RST packets through IDS
  • Describes various types of intrusion detection tools

Module 14: Password Cracking Penetration Testing
  • Defines password terminology and importance of passwords
  • Discusses various types of passwords
  • Describes different types of password attacks
  • Provides detailed information about LM, NTLM and Kerberos authentication
  • Discusses how to identify the target person’s personal profile
  • Describes various password cracking techniques
  • Discusses the usage of several tools to perform wire sniffing, man-in-the-middle attack, replay attack to capture passwords
  • Explains in detail about extracting the SAM file in Windows machines, cleartext passwords from an encrypted LM hash, etc/passwd and /etc/shadow files in Linux systems etc.
  • Illustrates usage of automated password crackers to break password-protected files
  • Explains how to use a Trojan/spyware/keyloggers to capture passwords

Module 15: Social Engineering Penetration Testing
  • Explains what is social engineering and its requirements
  • Lists the common targets of social engineering and impact of social engineering on the organization
  • Discusses how to attempt social engineering using the phone, vishing, email, traditional mail, in-person, dumpster diving, etc.
  • Explains social engineering attempts through insider accomplice , shoulder surfing, desktop information, extortion and backmail
  • Illustrates the significance of obtaining satellite imagery and building blueprints in social engineering
  • Discusses on finding out details of an employee from social networking sites
  • Explains the usage of telephone monitoring device to capture conversations
  • Describes the usage of various video recording tools to capture images and vehicle/asset tracking system to monitor motor vehicles
  • Discusses on identifying the disgruntled employees and engaging them in conversation to extract sensitive information

Module 16: Web Application Penetration Testing
  • Explains in detail about fingerprinting web application environment
  • Discusses about testing for web server vulnerabilities
  • Illustrates testing of configuration management
  • Explains in detail about testing for client-side vulnerabilities
  • Defines testing for authentication mechanism
  • Describes about testing session management mechanism
  • Illustrates in detail about the testing authorization controls
  • Explains in detail about the testing data validation mechanism
  • Discusses testing of web services
  • Defines testing for logic flaws

Module 17: SQL Penetration Testing
  • Explains how does SQL injection work
  • Illustrates various types of SQL injection attacks
  • Discusses listing of all input fields and hidden fields of post requests
  • Explains in detail to attempt to inject codes into the input fields to generate an error
  • Discusses to perform fuzz testing, function testing, static/dynamic testing, black box pen testing to detect SQL injection vulnerabilities
  • Explains the extraction of database name, users, columns by blind SQL injection
  • Provides detailed explanation on performing various attacks such as code injection attack, function call injection attack, buffer overflow injection attack, etc.
  • Explains how to evade IDS using hex encoding, char coding, manipulating white spaces, in-line comments and obfuscated code
  • Discusses various SQL penetration testing tools
  • Discusses best practices to prevent SQL injection

Module 18: Penetration Testing Reports and Post Testing Actions
  • Provides an overview of penetration testing deliverables
  • Discusses the goal of the penetration testing report
  • Illustrates various types of pen test reports and characteristics of a good pen testing report
  • Discusses on identifying a skilled individual to write the final report
  • Explains the process and criteria to be followed during report development
  • Provides key guidelines to collect information
  • Describes pen testing report format that an organization should include
  • Discusses scope of the project and provides a summary of evaluation, findings, and recommendation
  • Describes various sections such as methodologies, planning, exploitation and reporting
  • Discusses the information to be included in the results analyzed
  • Explains why should organizations develop an action plan
  • Discusses the importance of report retention

 
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