New Version Available
Thank you for your interest in NDG Ethical Hacking. A new version of this lab set is available. NDG Ethical Hacking v2.
The NDG Ethical Hacking labs are scheduled to be deprecated and end of life (EOL) as of March 1st, 2021. After this date, access to the labs will no longer be sold. As of August 1st, 2021 the labs will be closed for renewals and new enrollments, and the labs will be removed from the service entirely on February 1st, 2022.
NDG Ethical Hacking, developed by NDG, focuses on one of the most challenging sectors of cybersecurity. This series of labs is designed to provide hands-on experience conducting a variety of ethical hacking practices. These skills can help prepare trainees for a variety of IT positions, including: Cyber Security Analyst, Penetration Tester, Ethical Hacker-Security Engineer IT Security Specialist, Cyber Security Engineer and Information Security Engineer-Ethical Hacker.
|Lab 01: Reconnaissance with Nmap and Amap|
|Lab 02: Social Engineering Attacks with Social Engineering Toolkit|
|Lab 03: Metasploit Framework Fundamentals|
|Lab 04: Web Pentesting with Nikto and OWASP Zap|
|Lab 05: Password Cracking with John the Ripper and Hashcat|
|Lab 06: Creating and Installing SSL Certificates|
|Lab 07: Vulnerability Scanning with OpenVAS|
|Lab 08: Enumerating SMB with enum4linux|
|Lab 09: Backdooring with Netcat|
|Lab 10: Packet Crafting with Scapy|
|Lab 11: Network Analysis|
|Lab 12: Client Side Exploitations|
|Lab 13: Testing Firewall Rules with Firewalking|
|Lab 14: Understanding SQL Commands and Injection|
|Lab 15: Understanding Buffer Overflows|
|Lab 16: Evading IDS|
|Lab 17: Packet Crafting with Hping|
|Lab 18: VNC as a Backdoor|
|Lab 19: Auditing Linux Systems|
|Lab 20: Anti-Virus Evasion|
NDG Online provides technical support specifically related to the functionality of the lab environment only. Any questions or concerns regarding the learning material or lab content must be directed to your instructor. Self-paced learners who find they require additional support are encouraged to seek out a course at a local academic institution.