Complete Ethical Hacking Series: Cyber Anonymity
Complete Ethical Hacking Series: Cyber Anonymity

Complete Ethical Hacking Series: Cyber Anonymity

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Complete Ethical Hacking Series: Cyber Anonymity

This course is for beginners and IT pros looking to get certified and land an entry level Cyber Security position paying upwards of six figures! There are currently over a million Cyber Security job openings global and demand is greatly outpacing supply which means more opportunity, job security and higher pay for you! Each chapter closes with exercises putting your new learned skills to practical use immediately. You will start by understanding network anonymity by using tools such as Tor, Tortilla, and Proxy Chains. 

What are the pre-requisites for this course?

  1. Students should have a working understanding of TCP/IP and networking concepts.

What will you be able to do after taking this course?

  • Anonymizers such as TOR (The Onion Router) enable users to search the web anonymously and protect browser traffic from global mass surveillance. In this section, I'll show you how to install and utilize the TOR browser so you can browse the web with enhanced privacy.
  • While TOR is a great tool for anonymizing browser traffic it doesn't necessarily anonymize other traffic streams that are not HTTP based such as e-mail or other network protocols such as DNS.      Tortilla is a platform that wraps all traffic coming from your system and tunnels it through the TOR network. In this section, I'll show you how to install Tortilla and set it up to anonymize all of your traffic through the TOR network.
  • Private VPNs are one of the better anonymity options available. They encrypt and anonymize traffic but they are often provided as paid services. In this lesson, I'll show you how to setup VPN connections on Windows Operating Systems.
  • Proxy chains is a lighter weight solution that many times is used to anonymize penetration testing activities. In this section I'll show you how to utilize proxy chains as part of the Kali Linux distribution to scan target networks anonymously. 
  • Sometimes hackers will use Wi-Fi networks as launch points to establish anonymity. In this section, I'll show you how to spoof a MAC address and jump on a Wi-Fi network anonymously.   (Disclaimer: only on authorized networks)
  • ICMP Tunneling is a technique that can sometimes be used to bypass corporate proxy servers when traversing outbound assuming ping traffic is allowed. This is often a technique used by pen testers to exfiltrate data from corporate networks in order to bypass outbound traffic restrictions.
  • Fragroute is a tool that is often used by Pen Testers to obfuscate traffic patterns and traffic signatures in order to evade Intrusion Detection Systems. Fragroute does this by splitting packets into smaller fragments. I'll show you how to install and setup Fragroute in this course
  • E-Mail is a protocol known for its lack of privacy. Like most of the protocols on the web, it wasn't initially designed with privacy in mind. I'll show you how to utilize technologies such as PGP in this lesson to better secure and anonymize your e-mail communications.
  • TAILS is a read-only distribution of the Linux OS built with an emphasis on personal privacy. Since it is a read-only distro it's not possible to leave a trace of your activities on the local host. TAILS also includes some anonymity tools such as TOR to facilitate some degree of network anonymity.
  • Data Privacy is a vast catalog of subject matter. In this course, I will break down Data Privacy into its various components and share with you the current state of digital privacy.
  • Encrypting and protecting disk storage is a key component of anonymity. Many times when people think about anonymity they first think about it from the network perspective. Lots of personal information is stored on hard disks and in the cloud about you. Learn how to protect that data in this section.
  • Windows is a pervasive operating system. In this section, I will show you how to use features in Windows to natively encrypt data on your storage devices using EFS (The Encrypting File System).

What are the requirements?

  • Students should have a working understanding of TCP/IP and networking concepts.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Pass components of the Certified Ethical Hacker exam relative to anonymity and become a part of the growing Cyber Security industry.
  • Use tools such as Proxy Chains, Tor, Tortilla, Fragrouter and ICMP Tunneling to maintain anonymity on the web.

What is the target audience?

  • This course is for beginners and IT pros looking to get certified and land an entry level Cyber Security position paying upwards of six figures! There are currently over a million Cyber Security job openings global and demand is greatly outpacing supply which means more opportunity, job security and higher pay for you! Each chapter closes with exercises putting your new learned skills to practical use immediately. You will start by understanding network anonymity by using tools such as Tor, Tortilla and Proxy Chains.