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ABOUT ADVANCE DIPLOMA IN INFORMATION SECURITY

INTRODUCING THE BEST DIPLOMA IN INFORMATION SECURITY COURSE IN INDIA

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Advance Diploma in Information Security (ADIS) is a 6 months training and ADIS program conducted both as a full-time regular program and also an online program, based on the eligibility of the student. This training & diploma program would lead to employment opportunities in the cybersecurity function of various industries & sectors. ADIS Training program has been developed through inputs from the industry and experts in the field. Our faculty comprises of experienced trainers available permanently at the center and also subject matter experts as visiting faculty. MRWEBSECURE teaching pedagogy includes theory, practical, case studies, visits, study material, projects, internships, etc to keep the learning experiential and collaborative. Trainees of the Diploma in Cyber Security (ADIS) course get the opportunity to network with leaders in the industry and to join the alumni network of MRWEBSECURE.

The ADIS course is a fully hands-on program with practicals including hundreds of offensive & defensive tools, labs, and exercises that cover real-world scenarios. By practicing the practical skills that are providing to you in the Advance Diploma in information Security course, we are able to bring you up to speed with the skills to uncover the security threats that organizations are vulnerable to.

The Advance Diploma in Information Security (ADIS) is a job-oriented course and is most suitable for those interested in working in the field of cyber & IT Security. There exists a great demand for cybersecurity professionals. Mrwebsecure offers job placement assistance through its network of leading organizations.

  1. Hands-on training with live demonstrations for all modules.
  2. Blended with both offensive attack & defensive security
    modules.
  3. Offer an effective balance between theory and practical
  4. Imparts requisite knowledge that ensures understanding of
    important concepts of Cyber Security.
  5. Enable the aspirants to defend organizations against any sort of
    digital disruption.
  6. Nurtures employable abilities, proficiencies, and competencies
    as required in the cyber industry.
  7. Make familiar with cutting edge network security concepts and
    sophisticated hacking techniques.
  8. Hands-on labs demonstrating practical and realtime experience
    on each area of penetration testing.
  9. Includes network security, web application hacking & security,
    Cloud security, android penetration testing
  10. Uses both application-oriented and student-centric learning to
    help expand students’ clarity on information & data protection.

MRWEBSECURE ADIS Diploma in Course is the keystone in making a career of Students, Freshers, Job Seekers & working Professionals. The advance Diploma in Information security course makes you capable of defending & protecting Commercials, Army, Personal, and Government important data from cyber-attacks. MRWEBSECURE is a huge provider of cyber security training and certification in India.

Chapter 1 - Introduction
Chapter 2 - Networking
Chapter 3 - Footprinting / Reconnaissance
Chapter 4 - Google Hacking
Chapter 5 - Scanning
Chapter 6 - Android Hacking
Chapter 7 - Malware
Chapter 8 - SQL Injection
Chapter 9 - Cross-Site Scripting
Chapter 10 - Sniffing
Chapter 11 - Social Engineering
Chapter 12 - Identity Theft Fraud
Chapter 13 - Denial Of Service
Chapter 14 - Penetration Testing
Chapter 15 - Password Cracking
Chapter 16 -Cryptography & Steganography
Chapter 17 - Sniffers
Chapter 18 - Mail Clients Security
Chapter 19 - Social Media Hacking /Phishing
Chapter 20 - Wireless Hacking
Chapter 21 - Physical Security
Chapter 22 - Email Hacking
Chapter 23 -Report Writing
Chapter 24 - Computer Forensics

Chapter 1 - Web Architectures
Chapter 2 - Web Application Introduction
Chapter 3 - Php-Basics
Chapter 4 - Sessions & Cookies
Chapter 5 - Xss Attacks
Chapter 6 - Advanced Sqli
Chapter 7 - Cross Site Request Forgery
Chapter 8 - Session Hijacking
Chapter 9 - Web Based Ddos Attacks
Chapter 10 - Php Injection
Chapter 11 - Web Based Worms
Chapter 12 - I-Frame Based Web Attacks
Chapter 13 - Clickjacking
Chapter 14- Attack Frameworks:Attackapi & Beef
Chapter 15 - Penetration Testing OnDvwa
Chapter 16 - Hacking Web Server
Chapter 17 - Owasp Top 10
Chapter 18 - Metasploit And Web Application
Chapter 19 - Reverse Engineering
Chapter 20 - Automated Bots
Chapter 21 - Phishing 2.0
Chapter 22 - Brute Forcing Web Applications
Chapter 23 - Compliance Methodologies And Legalities

Chapter 1 - Network Topology
Chapter 2 - Open Systems Interconnectivity Model
Chapter 3 - TCP/IP In-depth
Chapter 4 - WAP, NAT, DNS and ICMP
Chapter 5 - Internet Routing
Chapter 6 - Advanced Port Scanning
Chapter 7 - Sniffing Attacks
Chapter 8 - Masquerading Attacks
Chapter 9 - Advanced DOS and DDOS
Chapter 10 - Session Hijacking Attacks
Chapter 11 - Network Operations Center -Security
Chapter 12 - Network Traffic Analysis
Chapter 13 - Network Vulnerability Assessment
Chapter 14 - Network Penetration Testing
Chapter 15 - Intrusion Detection System
Chapter 16 - Solar winds
Chapter 17 - Glasswire
Chapter 18 - Intrusion Prevention System
Chapter 19 - Firewalls (Installation, Configuration, and Usage)
Chapter 20 - OS Hardening for Networks -Windows
Chapter 21 - Cryptography - Introduction
Chapter 22 - Symmetric Key Encryption
Chapter 23 - Asymmetric Key Encryption
Chapter 24 - Hash functions
Chapter 25 - Trust models
Chapter 26 - VLAN - Security
Chapter 27 - VPN – Security
Chapter 28 - Wireless Networks - Introduction
Chapter 29 - Radio Frequency Essentials
Chapter 30 - Wireless Security – Basics
Chapter 31 - Wireless Threats
Chapter 33 - WEP Security
Chapter 34 - WPA/WPA2 Security
Chapter 35 - Secure Wireless Infrastructure Deployment
Chapter 36 - DNS Tunneling

Chapter 1 - Introduction to Exploit Writing
Chapter 2 - Programming & Basics
Chapter 3 - Assembly language
Chapter 4 - Debugging
Chapter 5 - Stack Based Buffer Overflow
Chapter 6 - Understanding Windows Shellcode
Chapter 7 - Fuzzers
Chapter 8 - Heap Based Overflow
Chapter 9 - Exploiting / GS Canary Protected Programs
Chapter 10 - Exploiting Safe SEH Protected Programs
Chapter 11 - Denial of Service
Chapter 12 - Bypassing DEP & ASLR
Chapter 13 - Advanced Shellcoding (Win32Egghunting, Connect-back, Staged, Alphanumeric)
Chapter 14 - Encoders & Writing Custom Encoders
Chapter 15 - DLL Hijacking
Chapter 16 - Client-Side Exploits
Chapter 17 - From Vulnerability to Exploit
Chapter 18 - Metasploit Framework
Chapter 19 - Binary payloads & Antivirus Evasion
Chapter 20 - Exploit to Metasploit
DURATION:300HRs

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