This comprehensive course on Nmap (“Network Mapper”) is designed to teach students the intricacies of conducting penetration testing with one of the most popular network scanning tools. Nmap is an open-source tool used for network exploration, security scanning, and auditing. Throughout the course, students will learn the fundamental techniques of using Nmap to identify vulnerabilities within network systems for the purpose of security testing.
Learners will gain hands-on experience with Nmap by engaging with real-world scenarios that simulate various network environments. By the end of the course, students will be proficient in employing Nmap to perform tasks such as host discovery, port scanning, service enumeration, operating system detection, and vulnerability assessment.
Port Scanning. You will be able to conduct Penetration Testing with this course.
Port scanning is an essential technique used by network administrators to identify open ports and services running on a server or network device. Attackers also use port scanning as a reconnaissance tool to discover vulnerabilities. Using advanced port scanning techniques can provide more detailed information about the target systems without leaving obvious traces. Below, we […]
Launch CyberLabs For this lab exercises, you will need to use the Nmap utility. Please initiate CyberLabs and access the virtual machine (VM) to conduct the practice sessions. Here are the login details for CyberLabs: Username – root Password – rocheston (You will need to authenticate with any Google account to access the lab) Basic […]