CEH Certified Ethical Hacker V12

CEH course is divided into 16+ lessons and taught by professionals with in-depth details.  As you progress with continuous training, each lesson provides extensive range of techniques and tools with on-hand lab experience.

Get trained for the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) certification with the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH v12) course. Acquire in-demand professional skills in ethical hacking, security testing, and vulnerability identification. Hands-on labs, quizzes, and Interactive lessons provide practical learning experience. This course mainly focuses on ethics to ensure responsibility and professionalism.  Concepts are covered through online tools, such as Kali Linux.

Here’s what you will get

The exam for Certified Ethical Hacker is to validate that certification holder understands the extensive range of procedures and techniques that is required to be an effective ethical hacker.  This certification recognizes the importance of identifying and successfully resolving security issues. It validates a candidate’s knowledge of system hacking, foot printing, vulnerability analysis, scanning networks, cryptography, enumeration, cloud computing, reconnaissance, and malware threats and so on.


16+ Modules | 588+ Exercises | 299+ Flashcards | 225+ Quizzes | 150+ Glossary of terms


125+ Pre Assessment Questions |125+ Post Assessment Questions |2+ Full Length Tests | 250+ Practice Test Questions

Hand on lab

40+ LiveLab | 00+ Minutes


The Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) certification is designed for professionals who want to become skilled in identifying and addressing vulnerabilities and weaknesses in computer systems, networks, and applications. Earning the CEH certification offers several benefits:

Hands-on Skills: CEH focuses on practical skills and hands-on training in ethical hacking techniques. This allows you to gain real-world experience in identifying and mitigating security vulnerabilities.

Career Advancement: CEH certification is highly regarded in the field of cybersecurity. It can open doors to advanced roles, such as penetration tester, ethical hacker, security analyst, and security consultant.

Industry Recognition: CEH is recognized and respected in the cybersecurity industry. It demonstrates your expertise and commitment to ethical hacking practices.

Global Recognition: CEH is recognized worldwide, making it valuable for professionals seeking opportunities in different countries and industries.

Increased Earning Potential: Certified professionals often command higher salaries compared to non-certified individuals. CEH certification can lead to increased earning potential in the field of cybersecurity.

Knowledge of Hacker Techniques: CEH provides insight into the techniques and methodologies used by malicious hackers. This knowledge is valuable for understanding and countering cyber threats effectively.

Risk Mitigation: CEH equips you with the skills needed to identify and mitigate security risks, helping organizations strengthen their defenses against cyberattacks.

Compliance Knowledge: CEH covers compliance requirements and best practices, ensuring that professionals understand the importance of meeting legal and industry-specific obligations related to cybersecurity.

Security Awareness: CEH certification increases your awareness of security threats and vulnerabilities, making you better prepared to protect digital assets and sensitive information.

Networking Opportunities: CEH certification connects you with a global community of ethical hackers and cybersecurity professionals. Networking with peers can provide valuable insights, support, and career opportunities.

Ethical Hacking Expertise: CEH certification emphasizes ethical hacking principles, ethics, and a code of conduct. It ensures that you conduct security assessments and penetration tests in a responsible and legal manner.

Continuous Learning: The field of cybersecurity is dynamic, with new threats and technologies emerging regularly. CEH-certified professionals are encouraged to engage in continuous learning to stay updated with the latest developments.

Credibility: CEH certification adds credibility to your resume and demonstrates your commitment to ethical cybersecurity practices. Employers trust CEH-certified professionals to help secure their systems and networks.

Cybersecurity Career Path: CEH certification can be a stepping stone to more advanced certifications and roles in the cybersecurity field, such as Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) or Certified Information Security Manager (CISM).


I just passed my CEH V12 exam today, 117/125. Thanks to this practice exam. Study the question here and you will do fine
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Overall excellent practice exams. Combined with CEH study materials from Western Governors University, I passed the CEH exam on my first attempt. Definitely worth it.
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Course Outline:

Lessons 1: Introduction
  • Introduction to CEH
  • About EC‐Council
  • Scope of This Course
  • Objective Map
  • Let’s Get Started!
Lessons 2: Ethical Hacking
  • Overview of Ethics
  • Overview of Ethical Hacking
  • Attack Modeling
  • Methodology of Ethical Hacking
  • Summary


Lessons 3: Networking Foundations
  • Communications Models
  • Topologies
  • Physical Networking
  • IP
  • TCP
  • UDP
  • Internet Control Message Protocol
  • Network Architectures
  • Cloud Computing
  • Summary
Lessons 4: Security Foundations
  • The Triad
  • Information Assurance and Risk
  • Policies, Standards, and Procedures
  • Organizing Your Protections
  • Security Technology
  • Being Prepared
  • Summary
Lessons 5: Footprinting and Reconnaissance
  • Open Source Intelligence
  • Domain Name System
  • Passive Reconnaissance
  • Website Intelligence
  • Technology Intelligence
  • Summary
Lessons 6: Scanning Networks
  • Ping Sweeps
  • Port Scanning
  • Vulnerability Scanning
  • Packet Crafting and Manipulation
  • Evasion Techniques
  • Protecting and Detecting
  • Summary
Lessons 7: Enumeration
  • Service Enumeration
  • Remote Procedure Calls
  • Server Message Block
  • Simple Network Management Protocol
  • Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
  • Web‐Based Enumeration
  • Summary
Lessons 8: System Hacking
  • Searching for Exploits
  • System Compromise
  • Gathering Passwords
  • Password Cracking
  • Client‐Side Vulnerabilities
  • Living Off the Land
  • Fuzzing
  • Post Exploitation
  • Summary
Lessons 9: Malware
  • Malware Types
  • Malware Analysis
  • Creating Malware
  • Malware Infrastructure
  • Antivirus Solutions
  • Persistence
  • Summary
Lessons 10: Sniffing
  • Packet Capture
  • Detecting Sniffers
  • Packet Analysis
  • Spoofing Attacks
  • Summary
Lessons 11: Social Engineering
  • Social Engineering
  • Physical Social Engineering
  • Phishing Attacks
  • Social Engineering for Social Networking
  • Website Attacks
  • Wireless Social Engineering
  • Automating Social Engineering
  • Summary
Lessons 12: Wireless Security
  • Wi‐Fi
  • Bluetooth
  • Mobile Devices
  • Summary
Lessons 13: Attack and Defense
  • Web Application Attacks
  • Denial‐of‐Service Attacks
  • Application Exploitation
  • Lateral Movement
  • Defense in Depth/Defense in Breadth
  • Defensible Network Architecture
  • Summary
Lessons 14: Cryptography
  • Basic Encryption
  • Symmetric Key Cryptography
  • Asymmetric Key Cryptography
  • Certificate Authorities and Key Management
  • Cryptographic Hashing
  • PGP and S/MIME
  • Disk and File Encryption
  • Summary
Lessons 15: Security Architecture and Design
  • Data Classification
  • Security Models
  • Application Architecture
  • Security Architecture
  • Summary
Lessons 16: Cloud Computing and the Internet of Things
  • Cloud Computing Overview
  • Cloud Architectures and Deployment
  • Common Cloud Threats
  • Internet of Things
  • Operational Technology
  • Summary

Security Foundations
  • Creating a Personal Linux Firewall Using iptables
  • Viewing Syslog
  • Using Event Viewer
  • Configuring Audit Policies in Windows
Footprinting and Reconnaissance
  • Using Recon-ng
  • Using Maltego
  • Using the theHarvester Tool
  • Using the whois Program
  • Using dnsrecon
  • Performing Zone Transfer Using dig
  • Using nslookup for Passive Reconnaissance
  • Using the host Program
  • Using ipconfig to Perform Reconnaissance
  • Mirroring Sites with HTTrack
  • Scanning Networks
  • Using the fping Command
Scanning a Port Using nmap

·         Using Zenmap

·         Using the masscan Command

·         Conducting Vulnerability Scanning Using Nessus

·         Performing Vulnerability Scanning Using OpenVAS

·         Using the hping Program


·         Using the Metasploit SunRPC Scanner

·         Enumerating Data Using enum4linux

·         Using nmap Scripts for Enumerating Users

System Hacking

·         Using searchsploit

·         Grabbing a Screenshot of a Target Machine Using Metasploit

·         Cracking a Linux Password Using John the Ripper

·         Cracking Windows Passwords

·         Using Rainbow Tables

·         Exploiting Windows 7 Using Metasploit


• Observing an MD5-Generated Hash Value

• Using the msfvenom Program

• Scanning Malware Using Antivirus


·         Using Wireshark

·         Capturing Network Packets Using tcpdump

·         Performing ARP Spoofing

Social Engineering

·         Detecting a Phishing Site Using Netcraft

·         Using the SET Tool

Attack and Defense

·         Exploiting a Website Using SQL Injection

·         Attacking a Website Using XSS Injection

·         Simulating a DoS Attack

·         Defending Against a Buffer Overflow Attack


·         Performing Symmetric Encryption

·         Examining Asymmetric Encryption

·         Using OpenSSL to Create a Public/Private Key Pair

·         Observing an SHA-Generated Hash Value

·         Creating PGP Certification

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