Learning Practical Network Scanning
.MP4, AVC, 300 kbps, 1920x1080 | English, AAC, 160 kbps, 2 Ch | 2.5 hours | 462 MBInstructor: Andrew Crouthamel
Network scanning and port/application detection using Nessus, OpenVAS, and Nmap
Network scanning is the process of assessing a network to identify active host network, either an attacker or a medium for security assessment. This procedure plays an extremely vital role in risk assessment programs or while preparing a security plan for your organization.
This course starts with the concept of network scanning and how an organization can benefit from it. Then we delve into different scanning techniques such as port and firewall detection, TCP/IP port detection, OS detection, and so on. We also implement these concepts using a few of the most prominent tools on the market such as Nmap, Nessus, and OpenVAS.
By the end of this course, you will have hands-on experience in performing network scanning using different tools and choosing the best tool for your system.
A practical course that will help you perform real network scans using a variety of common security software. Step by step, you'll master the security landscape and how scans work.
What You Will Learn
Get an introduction to network security and why network scanning is useful
Learn about three of the most widely used scanning software packages in the industry
Identify targets and perform network scans
Determine open ports, application versions, and operating systems
Analyze reports from scanning software and determine whether there are vulnerabilities
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