9781119800286

CEH v11 Certified Ethical Hacker Study Guide

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    9781119800286

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  • Edition: 1st
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  • Copyright: 2021-08-03
  • Publisher: Sybex

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Summary

As protecting information continues to be a growing concern for today’s businesses, certifications in IT security have become highly desirable, even as the number of certifications has grown. Now you can set yourself apart with the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH v11) certification. The CEH v11 Certified Ethical Hacker Study Guide offers a comprehensive overview of the CEH certification requirements using concise and easy-to-follow instructions. Chapters are organized by exam objective, with a handy section that maps each objective to its corresponding chapter, so you can keep track of your progress. The text provides thorough coverage of all topics, along with challenging chapter review questions and Exam Essentials, a key feature that identifies critical study areas. Subjects include common attack practices like reconnaissance and scanning. Also covered are topics like intrusion detection, DoS attacks, buffer overflows, wireless attacks, mobile attacks, Internet of Things (IoT) and more.

This study guide goes beyond test prep, providing practical hands-on exercises to reinforce vital skills and real-world scenarios that put what you’ve learned into the context of actual job roles.

  • Gain a unique certification that allows you to function like an attacker, allowing you to identify vulnerabilities so they can be remediated
  • Expand your career opportunities with an IT certificate that satisfies the Department of Defense's 8570 Directive for Information Assurance positions
  • Fully updated for the 2020 CEH v11 exam, including the latest developments in IT security
  • Access the Sybex online learning center, with chapter review questions, full-length practice exams, hundreds of electronic flashcards, and a glossary of key terms

Thanks to its clear organization, all-inclusive coverage, and practical instruction, the CEH v11 Certified Ethical Hacker Study Guide is an excellent resource for anyone who needs to understand the hacking process or anyone who wants to demonstrate their skills as a Certified Ethical Hacker.

Author Biography

RIC MESSIER, CEH, GCIH, GSEC, CISSP, CCSP is a consultant, educator, and author of many books on information security and digital forensics. With decades of experience in information technology and information security, Ric has held the varied roles of programmer, system administrator, network engineer, security engineering manager, VoIP engineer, consultant, and professor.

Table of Contents

Introduction xix

Assessment Test xxvi

Chapter 1 Ethical Hacking 1

Overview of Ethics 2

Overview of Ethical Hacking 5

Methodologies 6

Cyber Kill Chain 6

Attack Lifecycle 8

Methodology of Ethical Hacking 10

Reconnaissance and Footprinting 10

Scanning and Enumeration 11

Gaining Access 11

Maintaining Access 12

Covering Tracks 12

Summary 13

Chapter 2 Networking Foundations 15

Communications Models 17

Open Systems Interconnection 18

TCP/IP Architecture 21

Topologies 22

Bus Network 22

Star Network 23

Ring Network 24

Mesh Network 25

Hybrid 26

Physical Networking 27

Addressing 27

Switching 28

IP 29

Headers 29

Addressing 31

Subnets 33

TCP 34

UDP 38

Internet Control Message Protocol 39

Network Architectures 40

Network Types 40

Isolation 41

Remote Access 43

Cloud Computing 44

Storage as a Service 45

Infrastructure as a Service 46

Platform as a Service 48

Software as a Service 49

Internet of Things 51

Summary 52

Review Questions 54

Chapter 3 Security Foundations 57

The Triad 59

Confidentiality 59

Integrity 61

Availability 62

Parkerian Hexad 63

Risk 64

Policies, Standards, and Procedures 66

Security Policies 66

Security Standards 67

Procedures 68

Guidelines 68

Organizing Your Protections 69

Security Technology 72

Firewalls 72

Intrusion Detection Systems 77

Intrusion Prevention Systems 80

Endpoint Detection and Response 81

Security Information and Event Management 83

Being Prepared 84

Defense in Depth 84

Defense in Breadth 86

Defensible Network Architecture 87

Logging 88

Auditing 90

Summary 92

Review Questions 93

Chapter 4 Footprinting and Reconnaissance 97

Open Source Intelligence 99

Companies 99

People 108

Social Networking 111

Domain Name System 124

Name Lookups 125

Zone Transfers 130

Passive DNS 133

Passive Reconnaissance 136

Website Intelligence 139

Technology Intelligence 144

Google Hacking 144

Internet of Things (IoT) 146

Summary 148

Review Questions 150

Chapter 5 Scanning Networks 155

Ping Sweeps 157

Using fping 157

Using MegaPing 159

Port Scanning 161

Nmap 162

masscan 176

MegaPing 178

Metasploit 180

Vulnerability Scanning 183

OpenVAS 184

Nessus 196

Looking for Vulnerabilities with Metasploit 202

Packet Crafting and Manipulation 203

hping 204

packETH 207

fragroute 209

Evasion Techniques 211

Protecting and Detecting 214

Summary 215

Review Questions 217

Chapter 6 Enumeration 221

Service Enumeration 223

Remote Procedure Calls 226

SunRPC 226

Remote Method Invocation 228

Server Message Block 232

Built-in Utilities 233

nmap Scripts 237

NetBIOS Enumerator 239

Metasploit 240

Other Utilities 242

Simple Network Management Protocol 245

Simple Mail Transfer Protocol 247

Web-Based Enumeration 250

Summary 257

Review Questions 259

Chapter 7 System Hacking 263

Searching for Exploits 265

System Compromise 269

Metasploit Modules 270

Exploit-DB 274

Gathering Passwords 276

Password Cracking 279

John the Ripper 280

Rainbow Tables 282

Kerberoasting 284

Client-Side Vulnerabilities 289

Living Off the Land 291

Fuzzing 292

Post Exploitation 295

Evasion 295

Privilege Escalation 296

Pivoting 301

Persistence 304

Covering Tracks 307

Summary 313

Review Questions 315

Chapter 8 Malware 319

Malware Types 321

Virus 321

Worm 323

Trojan 324

Botnet 324

Ransomware 326

Dropper 328

Malware Analysis 328

Static Analysis 329

Dynamic Analysis 340

Creating Malware 349

Writing Your Own 350

Using Metasploit 353

Obfuscating 356

Malware Infrastructure 357

Antivirus Solutions 359

Persistence 360

Summary 361

Review Questions 363

Chapter 9 Sniffing 367

Packet Capture 368

tcpdump 369

tshark 376

Wireshark 378

Berkeley Packet Filter 382

Port Mirroring/Spanning 384

Packet Analysis 385

Spoofing Attacks 390

ARP Spoofing 390

DNS Spoofing 394

sslstrip 397

Spoofing Detection 398

Summary 399

Review Questions 402

Chapter 10 Social Engineering 407

Social Engineering 408

Pretexting 410

Social Engineering Vectors 412

Physical Social Engineering 413

Badge Access 413

Man Traps 415

Biometrics 416

Phone Calls 417

Baiting 418

Phishing Attacks 418

Website Attacks 422

Cloning 423

Rogue Attacks 426

Wireless Social Engineering 427

Automating Social Engineering 430

Summary 433

Review Questions 435

Chapter 11 Wireless Security 439

Wi-Fi 440

Wi-Fi Network Types 442

Wi-Fi Authentication 445

Wi-Fi Encryption 446

Bring Your Own Device 450

Wi-Fi Attacks 451

Bluetooth 462

Scanning 463

Bluejacking 465

Bluesnarfing 466

Bluebugging 466

Mobile Devices 466

Mobile Device Attacks 467

Summary 472

Review Questions 474

Chapter 12 Attack and Defense 479

Web Application Attacks 480

XML External Entity Processing 482

Cross-Site

Scripting 483

SQL Injection 485

Command Injection 487

File Traversal 489

Web Application Protections 490

Denial-of-Service Attacks 492

Bandwidth Attacks 492

Slow Attacks 495

Legacy 497

Application Exploitation 497

Buffer Overflow 498

Heap Spraying 500

Application Protections and Evasions 501

Lateral Movement 502

Defense in Depth/Defense in Breadth 504

Defensible Network Architecture 506

Summary 508

Review Questions 510

Chapter 13 Cryptography 515

Basic Encryption 517

Substitution Ciphers 517

Diffie-Hellman 520

Symmetric Key Cryptography 521

Data Encryption Standard 522

Advanced Encryption Standard 523

Asymmetric Key Cryptography 524

Hybrid Cryptosystem 525

Nonrepudiation 525

Elliptic Curve Cryptography 526

Certificate Authorities and Key Management 528

Certificate Authority 528

Trusted Third Party 531

Self-Signed Certificates 532

Cryptographic Hashing 534

PGP and S/MIME 536

Disk and File Encryption 538

Summary 541

Review Questions 543

Chapter 14 Security Architecture and Design 547

Data Classification 548

Security Models 550

State Machine 550

Biba 551

Bell-LaPadula 552

Clark-Wilson Integrity Model 552

Application Architecture 553

n-tier Application Design 554

Service-Oriented Architecture 557

Cloud-Based Applications 559

Database Considerations 561

Security Architecture 563

Summary 567

Review Questions 569

Chapter 15 Cloud Computing and the Internet of Things 573

Cloud Computing Overview 574

Cloud Services 578

Shared Responsibility Model 583

Public vs. Private Cloud 585

Cloud Architectures and Deployment 586

Responsive Design 588

Cloud-Native

Design 589

Deployment 590

Dealing with REST 593

Common Cloud Threats 598

Access Management 598

Data Breach 600

Web Application Compromise 600

Credential Compromise 602

Insider Threat 604

Internet of Things 604

Operational Technology 610

Summary 612

Review Questions 614

Appendix Answers to Review Questions 617

Chapter 2: Networking Foundations 618

Chapter 3: Security Foundations 619

Chapter 4: Footprinting and Reconnaissance 622

Chapter 5: Scanning Networks 624

Chapter 6: Enumeration 627

Chapter 7: System Hacking 629

Chapter 8: Malware 632

Chapter 9: Sniffing 635

Chapter 10: Social Engineering 636

Chapter 11: Wireless Security 638

Chapter 12: Attack and Defense 641

Chapter 13: Cryptography 643

Chapter 14: Security Architecture and Design 645

Chapter 15: Cloud Computing and the Internet of Things 646

Index 649

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