What is Penetration Testing?
Pen testing, also known as penetration testing, is a method to assess the security of a system or network. It can also be used for identifying flaws and defects in hardware or software. This pen test can be very helpful in protecting the network if the flaws and defects are detected early. Otherwise, the attacker can easily find the source of the intrusion. During penetration testing, a pen tester analyzes all security measures, including flaws in design and technical flaws, that are present in the system.

Why is penetration testing necessary?
Candidates can use Penetration Testing to gain in-depth knowledge of the following concepts.
Attacking the latest operating systems, such as Windows and Linux
Picking the right system vulnerabilities that could be exploited to an attacker
How to identify the vulnerabilities in an unpatched operating environment
Verifying that Intrusion Detection and Intrusion Prevention systems are properly functioning to prevent attacks from malicious intruders
Infringing on the security of a network/system
External intrusion into highly-organized security systems of the organization

About Advanced Penetration Testing Training Program
Experts in the field designed the Advanced Penetration Testing course. This course covers all aspects of penetration testing and IT security. This course provides in-depth knowledge on Penetration Testing. It also gives you the opportunity to gain valuable experience in Exploit Writing and Advance Sniffing, Web Penetration Testing as well as Mobile Testing.
Who is it for?
This Advanced Penetration Testing (APT), is for those who want to improve their Pen Testing skills. This course is intended for the following people:
Penetration Testers
Network administrators
IT Auditors
Information Security Engineers
Security Consultants
Administrators of Firewalls
Incident Handlers
IDS Engineers
Developers of Application Software
Basic knowledge of networking and servers
In-depth knowledge of Python programming language
Advanced Penetration Testing using Kali Linux
This course covers all the following concepts.
Configuring Advanced Penetration Testing lab setup
Different types of Reconnaissance
Analyze the system to identify weaknesses and prevent further intruder attacks
Different types of vulnerability scanning tools can be used, including OWASP ZAP and Wapiti, NMAP and OpenSCAP.
Different tools can be used to find exploitation and attacks such as SQLMap, Armitage, aircrack-ng, and SQLMap.
Exploiting weaknesses within the latest operating systems such as Windows or Linux
Learn more about security tools
Different social engineering tools such as Maltego, caller ID spoofing and Lock Picking, GPS trackers, and many other tools are used.
Mobile platform for e-commerce
Implementing network security
Understanding DoS (Defense of Service) attacks and wireless network attacks
Report writing in APT
Advanced Penetration Testing (APT), Course: Tools
Advanced Penetration Testing (APT) can be performed with a variety of tools, including the following:
Nessus: Nessus, a vulnerability scanner tool, is used to scan the system for weaknesses whenever an attacker attempts to penetrate the system. Tenable, Inc. developed this tool. This tool is compatible with all platforms, including Windows, Mac, and Linux. The reports can be presented as plain text, XML or HTML after scanning.

Dirbuster : Dirbuster is a multithreaded java application specially designed for brute force directories and files names on web applications/servers. Dirbuster uses 9 lists to find hidden files and directories. Dirbuster also offers a web server