The Certified Cyber Security Expert (CCSE) & Certifid Cyber Security Professional (CCSP) program is a trusted and respected ethical hacking training Program that any information security professional will need. Hackingmantra is a pilgrim in providing network and CyberSecurity solutions.

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Hackingmantra is a pilgrim in providing network and CyberSecurity solutions. 

Certified Cyber Security Expert (CCSE)

Duration – 3month

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Hackingmantra is a pilgrim in providing network and CyberSecurity solutions. We have clients all over the entire hue cycle along with infantry, MNCs, trading companies, government, academy, air-force, hospitals, etc. We are leaders in the field of network and Cyber Security training. Hackingmantra is providing an excellent and disciplined learning environment with the modern infrastructure and truly professional faculty members with real-time corporate experience gained by working on live projects of national importance.

Hackingmantra’s CCSE Training program is designed to develop your expertise in Cyber Security/Ethical Hacking domain. Because nowadays big MNCs and organizations are investing billions of dollars for securing their Data integrity and Network Security.So Hackingmantra is taking an initiative and giving an opportunity to every individual those who want to start their career as an information security analyst/Ethical Hacker

  • Attacking Users: Cross-Site Scripting
  • Attacking Users: Other Techniques
  • Using Kali Linux
  • Programming (code validation)
  • Using the Metasploit Framework
  • Finding Vulnerabilities
  • Capturing Network Traffic
  • Exploitation
  • Password Attacks
  • Client-Side Exploitation
  • Social Engineering.
  • Bypassing Antivirus Applications
  • Web Application In security
  • Core Defense Mechanisms
  • Web Application Technologies
  • Mapping the Application
  • Bypassing Client-Side Controls
  • Attacking Authentication
  • Attacking Session Management
  • Attacking Access Controls
  • Attacking Data Stores
  • Attacking Back-End Components
  • Attacking Application Logic
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