The Complete Cyber Security Course! Volume 2 : Network Security!

Nathan House

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106 Videos (12h 24m)
    • Welcome to Volume 2

      0:34
    • Introduction to the Instructor!

      2:06
    • Security Quick Win!

      11:23
    • Target Audience

      1:54
    • Study Recommendations

      5:16
    • The Forum - For Questions, Answers and Other Resources

      1:34
    • Course updates

      0:40
    • Goals and Learning Objectives - Volume 2

      3:09
    • Goals and Learning Objectives - Routers - Port and Vulnerability Scanning

      0:28
    • The Home Router

      13:44
    • External Vulnerability Scanning - Shodan, Qualys & Nmap

      16:23
    • Internal Vulnerability Scanning - MBSA, Nmap, Nessus, Fing & Superscan & OpenVAS

      19:33
    • Open Source Custom Router Firmware

      11:37
    • Goals and Learning Objectives - Firewalls

      0:25
    • Firewalls – Host-based, Network-based and Virtual Part 1

      14:48
    • Firewalls – Host-based, Network-based and Virtual Part 2

      4:54
    • Windows - Host Based Firewalls - Windows Firewall

      10:29
    • Windows - Host Based Firewalls - Windows Firewall Control (WFC)

      5:18
    • Windows - Host Based Firewalls - Third Party

      8:45
    • Linux - Host Based Firewalls - iptables

      19:58
    • Linux - Host Based Firewalls - UFW, gufw & nftables

      12:07
    • Mac OS X - Host based Firewalls - Application Firewall & PF

      13:52
    • Mac OS X - Host based Firewalls - pflist, Icefloor & Murus

      7:47
    • Mac OS X - Host based Firewalls - Little Snitch

      6:22
    • Network based firewalls - Routers - DD-WRT

      5:09
    • Network based firewalls - Hardware

      2:43
    • Network based firewalls - PFsence, Smoothwall and Vyos

      10:34
    • Goals and Learning Objectives - Network Attacks, Architecture and Isolation

      0:17
    • Network Attacks and Network Isolation - Introduction and IOT

      6:34
    • Network Attacks and Network Isolation - Arp Spoofing and Switches

      6:19
    • Effective Network Isolation Part 1

      12:27
    • Effective Network Isolation Part 2

      7:26
    • Goals and Learning Objectives - Wireless and Wi-Fi Security

      0:25
    • Wi-Fi Weaknesses - WEP

      2:28
    • Wi-Fi Weaknesses - WPA, WPA2, TKIP and CCMP

      13:40
    • Wi-Fi Weaknesses - Wi-Fi Protected Setup WPS, Evil Twin and Rouge AP

      6:49
    • Wi-Fi Security Testing

      4:01
    • Wireless Security - Secure Configuration and Network Isolation

      14:18
    • Wireless Security - RF Isolation and Reduction

      3:01
    • Wireless Security - Who is on my Wi-Fi Network?

      3:20
    • Goals and Learning Objectives - Network Monitoring for Threats

      0:17
    • Syslog

      16:59
    • Network Monitoring - Wireshark, tcpdump, tshark, iptables Part 1

      14:01
    • Network Monitoring - Wireshark, tcpdump, tshark, iptables Part 2

      7:59
    • Wireshark - Finding malware and hackers - Part 1

      15:46
    • Wireshark - Finding malware and hackers - Part 2

      8:12
    • Network Monitoring - Wincap, NST, Netminer and NetWorx

      1:38
    • Goals and Learning Objectives - How We Are Tracked Online

      0:23
    • Types of Tracking

      4:25
    • IP Address

      5:27
    • 3rd Party Connections

      4:25
    • HTTP Referer

      3:21
    • Cookies and Scripts

      7:59
    • Super Cookies

      5:12
    • Browser Fingerprinting and Browser Volunteered Information

      2:36
    • Browser and Browser Functionality

      1:39
    • More Tracking

      2:48
    • Browser and Internet Profiling

      6:35
    • Goals and Learning Objectives - Search Engines and Privacy

      0:19
    • Search Engine Tracking, Censorship and Privacy

      12:44
    • Ixquick and Startpage

      7:56
    • DuckDuckGo

      3:44
    • Disconnect search

      4:43
    • YaCy

      3:32
    • Private and Anonymous Searching

      7:34
    • Goals and Learning Objectives - Browser Security and Tracking Prevention

      0:21
    • Which Browser – Choice of Browser

      6:01
    • Reducing the Browser Attack Surface

      11:34
    • Browser Hacking Demo

      9:26
    • Browser Isolation and Compartmentalization

      6:10
    • Firefox Security, Privacy and Tracking

      12:26
    • uBlock origin - HTTP Filters, ad and track blockers

      14:13
    • uMatrix - HTTP Filters, ad and track blockers

      7:14
    • Disconnect, Ghostery, Request policy - HTTP Filters, ad and track blockers

      6:37
    • ABP, Privacy badger, WOT - HTTP Filters, ad and track blockers

      6:46
    • No-script - HTTP Filters, ad and track blockers

      8:29
    • Policeman and others - HTTP Filters, ad and track blockers

      3:56
    • History, Cookies and Super Cookies Part 1

      11:43
    • History, Cookies and Super Cookies Part 2

      12:13
    • HTTP Referer

      2:19
    • Browser Fingerprinting

      18:26
    • Certificates and Encryption

      11:29
    • Firefox Hardening

      18:49
    • Goals and Learning Objectives - Passwords and Authentication Methods

      0:31
    • Password attacks

      3:22
    • How Passwords are Cracked - Hashes - Part 1

      16:17
    • How Passwords are Cracked - Hashes - Part 2

      7:09
    • Operating System Passwords

      2:27
    • Password Managers - An Introduction

      2:07
    • Password Managers - Master Password

      5:12
    • Password Managers - Keepass and KeePassX

      4:59
    • Password Managers - Lastpass

      11:22
    • Password Managers - Hardening Lastpass

      7:34
    • Creating a Strong Password That You Can Remember - Part 1

      8:53
    • Creating a Strong Password That You Can Remember - Part 2

      9:23
    • Multi-Factor Authentication - Soft Tokens - Google Authenticator and Authy

      10:54
    • Multi-Factor Authentication - Hard Tokens - 2FA Dongles

      5:53
    • Choosing a Method of Multi-Factor Authentication

      2:50
    • Multi-Factor Authentication - Strengths and Weaknesses

      2:09
    • The Future of Password and Authentication

      1:22
    • BONUS - Important Information

      0:46
    • BONUS - Congratulations

      1:41
    • BONUS - Certificate of Completion for CPEs

      0:56
    • BONUS Lecture from Volume 3 - Which VPN protocol is best to use? and why?

      11:43
    • BONUS Lecture from Volume 4 - Email Tracking and Hacking

      10:33
    • BONUS Lecture from Volume 1 - Security Vulnerabilities, Threats and Adversaries

      4:37

About This Class

Welcome to Volume 2 of 4 of the Complete Cyber Security Course!

This course will help you discover security vulnerabilities across an entire network, by using network hacking techniques and vulnerability scanning .

You will further be able to architect your network for maximum security and prevent local and remote attacks.

The course also covers the use of custom router firmware to provide you with better network security services.

You will understand the various types of firewalls that are available, including layer 4 firewalls like Iptables on Linux and PF on MacOS and BSD, virtual firewalls, host-based firewalls and application based firewalls like Pfsence.

The course covers firewalls on all platforms, including Windows, Mac OS and Linux for all types of use scenarios.

It further explores in detail wireless security, the configurations that are required for maximum security and why, how Wi-Fi is hacked and how to mitigate those attacks - covering everything from encryption weaknesses to evil twins, RF isolation, and Wi-Fi crackers.

You will also learn about network monitoring to discover and identify potential hackers, malware and other adversaries that might be lurking on your network using tools like Wireshark, Tcpdump and Syslog.

The course then moves away from network security and onto the details of how we are tracked online by corporations, nation-states your ISP and others.

You will understand the techniques used like zombie super cookies, browser fingerprinting and how browser profiling works so third parties can establish who you are online.

The course also looks at search engine privacy - and how to mitigate the tracking and privacy issues of search engines and their associated services.

Browser security - It covers one of the largest risks online, the browser. The doorway into your system. How to best reduce the attack surface of the browser and harden it for maximum security and privacy. A critical consideration for reducing your risk.

Finally, you will fully understand how to best use methods of authentication including passwords and multi-factor authentication - soft tokens and hard tokens, the best password managers to use and why, how passwords are cracked, and how to mitigate the cracking.

Interested in Learning Everything About Network Security?

ENROLL IN THE COMPLETE CYBER SECURITY COURSE! VOLUME 2 NOW!

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Over 12.5 hours of on-demand video!

What Will I learn?

An advanced practical skill-set in assuring network security against all threats,including advanced hackers, trackers, exploit kits, Wi-Fi attacks and much more.

In this volume, we take a detailed look at network security.

The very latest up-to-date information and methods.

Discover security vulnerabilities across an entire network, by using network hacking techniques and vulnerability scanning.

You will be able to configure firewalls on all platforms, including Windows, MacOS, and Linux for all types of attack scenarios.

Learn to configure and architect a small network for maximum physical and wireless security.

Perform network monitoring to discover and identify potential hackers and malware using tools like Wireshark, Tcpdump, and Syslog.

Understand how we are tracked online by corporations, nation-states your ISP and others.

We look at search engine privacy - we will best understand how to mitigate the tracking and privacy issues of search engines and their associated services.

Understand how to best use methods of authentication including passwords, multi-factor authentication including soft tokens and hard tokens.

What are the best password managers to use and why. How passwords are cracked, and how to mitigate the password attacks.

Requirements

  • This course is designed for personal and home cyber security, privacy and anonymity. Most of the topics apply in the same way to a business, but the course is delivered as if to an individual for personal cyber security, privacy, and anonymity.
  • It is recommended that you watch volume 1 of this complete course before watching this volume (2) although it is not required.
  • You can take this volume as a stand-alone course.
  • You should have a basic understanding of networking concepts.
  • Please note this is volume 2 of 4 of the complete course. After the completion of all 4 volumes, you will know more than 80% of security professionals, government and law enforcement agents and even expert hackers about maintaining security, privacy, and anonymity.

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Nathan House BSc. CISSP. CISM. CISA. SCF. ISO 27001 LA has over 24 years experience in cyber security, where he has advised many of the largest companies in the world, assuring the security on multi-million and multi-billion pound projects. He is the CEO and founder of Station X, a cyber security consultancy.

More recently he acted as the lead security consultant on a number of the UKs mobile banking and payment solutions, helping secure to date over £71 billion in transactions.

Over the years he has spoken at a number of conferences, developed free security tools, and discovered serious security vulnerabilities in leading applications.

Nathan is also the author of the popular "The Complete Cyber Security Course" which is highly reviewed by tens of thousands of students in over 170 countries.

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