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Overview

Ethical hacking is a subject that has become
very important in present-day context, and can help individuals and
organizations to adopt safe practices and usage of their IT infrastructure.
Starting from the basic topics like networking, network security and
cryptography, the course will cover various attacks and vulnerabilities and
ways to secure them. There will be hands-on demonstrations that will be helpful
to the participants. The participants are encouraged to try and replicate the demonstration experiments that will be discussed as part of the course.

INTENDED AUDIENCE: Computer Science and Engineering / Information
Technology / Electronics and Communication / Electrical Engineering
PRE-REQUISITES:         Basic concepts in programming and networking
INDUSTRY SUPPORT:   TCS, Wipro, CTS, Google, Microsoft, Qualcomm

Syllabus


COURSE LAYOUT


Week 1:   Introduction to ethical hacking. Fundamentals of computer networking. TCP/IP protocol stack.
Week 2:   IP addressing and routing. TCP and UDP. IP subnets.
Week 3:   Routing protocols. IP version 6.
Week 4:   Demonstration Session:: Vulnerability assessment: OpenVAS, Nessus, etc.
                System hacking: password cracking, penetration testing, etc.
Week 5:   Demonstration Session: Social engineering attacks.
                Malware threats, penetration testing by creating backdoors.
Week 6:   Introduction to cryptography, private-key encryption, public-key encryption.
Week 7:   Cryptographic hash functions, digital signature and certificate, applications.
Week 8:   Steganography, biometric authentication, network-based attacks, DNS and Email security.
Week 9:   Demonstration Session:: Sniffing: Wireshark, ARP poisoning, DNS poisoning.
                Hacking wireless networks, Denial of service attacks.
Week 10: Elements of hardware security: side-channel attacks, physical inclinable functions, hardware trojans.
Week 11: Demonstration Session:: Hacking web applications: vulnerability assessment, SQL injection, cross-site scripting.
Week 12: Case studies: various attacks scenarios and their remedies.


Taught by

Prof. Indranil Sen Gupta

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