Cyber Security & Ethical Hacking Training In Hyderabad, India

This course is meant for those who are looking for comprehensive and total knowledge in the security domain. This is the only course which teaches both hacking and prevention techniques. And in keeping with industrial standards, this course is entirely hand’s on and real time oriented.

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Cyber Security  and Ethical Hacking Training In Hyderabad, India

This course is meant for those who are looking for comprehensive and total knowledge in the security domain. This is the only course which teaches both hacking and prevention techniques. And in keeping with industrial standards, this course is entirely hand’s on and real time oriented.

  4.5 Rating

1523+ Enrollments   |   Classroom & Online

2 Months



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Placement Assistance

0% EMI 

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   60+ Learning Hours

  1 on 1 Student Mentorship
  Learn Using Advanced LMS

  5 Projects

  15+ Assignments

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  Trainers with 12 + Experience
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Cyber Security Program

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Cyber Security Course Curriculum

Course Curriculum


• History of internet

• Internet life cycle

• Submarine cable map


• Types of networks

• Topologies

• OSI model

• TCP/IP model

• IP address

Operating system

• Kernel’s

• Architectures of OS

Introduction to Ethical Hacking

• What is Hacking

• Who is a Hacker

• Skills of a Hacker

• Types of Hackers

• Reasons for Hacking

• Who are at the risk of Hacking attacks

• Effects of Computer Hacking on an organization

• The Security, Functionality & Usability Triangle

• What is Ethical Hacking

• Why Ethical Hacking is Necessary

• Scope & Limitations of Ethical Hacking

Foot printing and Reconnaissance

• What is Foot Printing

• Objectives of Foot Printing

• Finding a company’s details

• Finding a company’s domain name

• Finding a company’s Internal URLs

• Finding a company’s Server details

• Finding the details of domain registration

• Finding the range of IP Address

• Finding the DNS information

• Finding the location of servers

• Traceroute analysis

• Tracking e-mail communications


• What is network scanning

• Objectives of network scanning

• Finding the live hosts in a network

• SNMP Enumeration

• SMTP Enumeration

• DNS Enumeration

• Finding open ports on a server

• Finding the services on a server

• OS fingerprinting

• Server Banner grabbing tools

• What is a Vulnerability Scanning

• What is a proxy server

• How does proxy server work

• Why do hackers use proxy servers

• What is a TOR network

• Why hackers prefer to use TOR networks

Hacking Web Servers & Web Applications

• What is a web server

• Different webserverapplications in use

• Why are webservers hacked & its consequences

• Directory traversal attacks

• Website defacement

• Website password brute forcing

Cross site scripting

• Persistent XSS, where the malicious input originates from the website’s database.

• Reflected XSS, where the malicious input originates from the victim’s request.

• DOM-based XSS, where the vulnerability is in the client-side code rather than the server-side code.

SQL Injection

• What is SQL Injection

• Effects of SQL Injection attacks

• Types of SQL Injection attacks

• SQL Injection detection tools

Session Hijacking

• What is session hijacking

• Dangers of session hijacking attacks

• Session hijacking techniques

• How to defend against session hijacking

Denial of Service

• What is a DoS attack

• What is a DDoS attack

• Symptoms of a Dos attack

• DoS attack techniques

• What is a Botnet

Social Engineering

• Phishing

• What is Phishing

• How Phishing website is hosted

• How victims are tricked to access Phishing websites

• How to differentiate a Phishing webpage from the original webpage

• How to defend against Phishing attacks

• Homograph attack Evading Firewalls, IDS & Honeypots

• What is a Firewall

• What are the functions of a Firewall

• Types of firewalls

• What is an IDS

• How does an IDS work

• What is a honeypot

Kali Linux

• What is Kali Linux

• How Kali Linux is different from other Linux distributions

• What are the uses of Kali Linux

• Tools for Foot printing, Scanning & Sniffing

• What is Metasploit framework

• Using Metasploit framework to attack Windows machines

• Using Metasploit framework to attack Android devices

System Hacking

• What is system Hacking ·

• Goals of System Hacking

• Password Cracking

• Password complexity

• Finding the default passwords of network devices and software’s

• Password cracking methods o Online password cracking

• Man-in-the-middle attack

• What is system Hacking ·

• Goals of System Hacking

• Password Cracking

• Password complexity

• Finding the default passwords of network devices and software’s

• Password cracking methods o Online password cracking

• Man-in-the-middle attack

• Password guessing o Offline password cracking

• Brute force cracking

• Dictionary based cracking

• USB password stealers

• Elcomsoft Distributed password recovery tools

• Active password changer

• What is a keylogger

• How to deploy a keylogger to a remote pc

• How to defend against a keylogger

Mobile Hacking

• What is mobile Hacking

• Goals of mobile Hacking

• Countermeasures


• What is a sniffer

• How sniffer works

• Types of sniffing

• Active sniffing

• Passive Sniffing

• What is ARP

• ARP poison attack

• Threats of ARP poison attack

• How MAC spoofing works

• MAC Flooding

• How to defend against MAC Spoofing attacks

• How to defend against Sniffers in network

Wireless Hacking

• Types of wireless networks

• Finding a Wi-Fi network

• Types of Wi-Fi authentications

• Using a centralized authentication server

• Using local authentication

• Types of Wi-Fi encryption methods




• How does WEP work

• Weakness of WEP encryption

• How does WPA work

• How does WPA2 work

• Hardware and software required to crack Wi-Fi networks

• How to crack WEP encryption 

• How to crack WPA encryption

• How to crack WPA2 encryption

• How to defend against Wi-Fi cracking attack


• What is malware

• Types of malware


• What is a virus program

• What are the properties of a virus program

• How does a computer get infected by virus

• Types of virus

• Virus making tools

• How to defend against virus attacks


• What is a worm program

• How worms are different from virus


• What is a Trojan horse

• How does a Trojan operate

• How to defend against Trojans


• What is a spyware

• Types of spywares

• How to defend against spyware


• What is a Rootkit

• Types of Rootkits

• How does Rootkit operate

• How to defend against Rootkits


Penetration Testing

Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing

• Introduction to the web application Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing

Standards to follow

  • OWASP Top 10 Overview
  • OWASP Security Testing Methodology
  • SANS  Top 25 Overview

Intro to Big Bunty Program

  • Different Bug Bounty Platforms
  • Understanding In-Scope & Out-of-Scope
  • Understanding the Vulnerability Priority 4. Explanation about any one Bug bounty platform
  • About CTF in bug bounty (i.e. Hackerone)

Application Analysis

  • Understanding difference between Static & Dynamic Applications
  • Analysis of the application flow
  • Different categories of applications
  • Analysis of the application functionalities and their functional cycle

Authentication Testing

  • About Authentication Process Cycle
  • Understanding different login patterns
  • Introduction to Burp Suite
  • Authentication Bypass using SQL payloads
  • Login Brute force
  • User Enumeration
  • Hard Coded Credentials
  • Insecure Logout Implementation
  • Strict Transport Security Not Enforced
  • Testing OTP Length, Duration & Rate Limitation
  • Mobile/Email OTP Bombing
  • Leakage of OTP in Later Response
  • Response Tampering OTP Bypass
  • Testing IDOR – Token Based Authentication
  • Sending User Credentials using GET method

Testing the User Registration Process

  • About User Registration Process Cycle
  • Testing Input Validation – XSS
  • Verification of Email address / Mobile Number
  • Weak Username or un-enforced policies
  • Weak password policies

Testing Password Reset Functionality

  • About Password Reset Functionality Cycle
  • Testing authorization issue in-case of UID & Token
  • Testing Life time of reset link
  • Predictability of the token encryption (Base64 based encryption)
  • Testing password reset token expiration

Sensitive Data Exposure

  • About Sensitive Data Exposure depending on Application Category
  • Insecure Error Handling
  • Information disclosure via metadata
  • Insecure communication channel
  • Hidden/sensitive directories & files in robots.txt
  • Return of sensitive information in later responses (example: password, otp, other user’s private/sensitive information)

API Communication

  • About API Communication
  • Authorization Header Analysis
    • Basic Authentication token
    • Barer Token
    • None
    • Custom
  • About JWT Token pattern
  • Un-Authenticated/Anonymous Access

Testing for Cookie Attacks

  • Understanding the cookie Life Cycle
  • Weakness in cookie life cycle
  • Cookie with sensitive data
  • XSS via cookie
  • Missing HTTP only Flag
  • Missing Secure Flag
  • Analysing authorization/privileges implementation through cookies

Headers and Policy Scrunity

  • CRLF Injection
  • Host Header Injection
  • Cross Origin Resource Sharing
  • Click Jacking
  • URL Redirection

 Session Management Issues

  • Testing for Insecure Logout Implementation
  • Testing for CSRF Vulnerability
  • Bypass Methods of CSRF Vulnerability

 Testing for Authorized Testing

  • Concept of Access Control & RBAC
  • Insecure Direct Object Reference (IDOR)
  • Testing for Vertical Privilege Escalation
  • Testing Horizontal Privilege Escalation
  • Directory Traversal

Data Validation Testing

  • Malicious file upload
  • Cross Site Scripting
  • CSV Injection
  • HTTP Parameter Solution


  • Remote Code Execution
  • SQL Injection
  • XML Injection / XXE
  • OS Command Injection

Testing Server Side Issues

  • Testing for SSRF
  • Template Injection

Business Logic Issues

  • About different payment methods Integration
  • About Payment Tampering Method
  • Straight Forward Payment Tampering
  • Add-on Based Payment Tampering
  • Coupon Based Payment Tampering
  • Longitude and Latitude based payment tampering (In Case of CAB booking, if validation process depends on Long & Lat)
  • Failure to Success Journey
  • HTTP Parameter pollution (In case of Amount parameter)
  • Getting High Benefits Features with Low
  • Benefit cost (In case of Feature id)
  • Test with Fake DC/CC with CVV
  • Sensitive information Leakage
  • Insecure Direct Object Reference (Getting Booking & Billing Details, in case of E-Comers application)
  • Testing IDOR (In case QR Code generated based on ID value)
  • Bypassing Attaching Mandatory Entities

Cloud Misconfiguration

  • AWS S3 Misconfiguration

 Testing for Security Misconfiguration

  • Outdated Framework /CRM/ WordPress
  • Enabled Directory Listing
  • Default accounts with default passwords


  • Reflected File Download
  • Accessing Default Files (i.e: phpmyadmin)

 Other Vulnerabilities

  •  Web Cache Posioning

 Foot Printing & Information Gathering

  • About Red Team Assessment overview (RTA)
  • Foot Printing & Info Gathering Concepts

API Testing

  • Introduction to postman Collection
  • Integrating burp proxy to the postman collection.  


Ethical Hacking

Introduction to Ethical Hacking:

  • Basics of Ethical Hacking
  • Types of Hackers


  • Information Gathering
  • Foot Printing

 Kali Linux Basics:

  • Basic Commands of Kali Linux
  • Configuration of Kali Linux

 Password Cracking:

  • Password Guessing
  • Default passwords
  • Password Dictionary Creation

 Brute Force Attacks:

  • OTP Brute Forcing
  • Password Brute Forcing
  • Login Brute Forcing

 Injection Attacks:

  • CSV Injection
  • SQL Injection
  • XXS Injection

 Phishing Attacks:

  • Account Handover

Privelege Escalation:

  • High Privelege and Low Privelege Escalation


  • Encryption
  • Decryption
  • Web Application Hacking Basics:
  • Mobile Application Hacking:
  • Vulnerability Analysis:
  • Vulnerability Scanning:
  • OWASP Top 10:
  • Proxies & VPN:
  • HTTP parameter pollution Attack:
  • User & Password Enumerations:


Cyber Security Course Description

Demand for hackers In India companies like wipro, infosys and IBM are interested in employing ethical hackers. Moreover salaries are higher than other areas of IT. According to Nasscom, India will require at least 77,000 ethical hackers compared to the present figure of 15,000.

What is Ethical Hacking?

Terrorist organisations fund hackers to breach security systems in the early stages of international wars, either to damage national security features or to extort large sums of money by introducing malware and withholding access. As a result, cybercrime is on the rise. Before falling victim to a hacker, organisations must update their hack-prevention strategies and deploy different technologies to defend the system.
Every day, new worms, malware, viruses, and ransomware are released, necessitating the usage of ethical hacking services to protect the networks of corporations, government agencies, and defence.

Types of Ethical Hacking:

• Web Application Hacking

• System Hacking

• Web Server Hacking

• Hacking Wireless Networks

• Social Engineering

What is Cyber Security?

Cyber security is the use of technology, processes, and policies to prevent cyber assaults on systems, networks, programmes, devices, and data.Its goal is to limit the risk of cyber assaults and secure systems, networks, and technology from unauthorised use.

Different types of cyber-threats:
The following are examples of common cyber threats:

• Ransomware, botnet software, RATs (remote access Trojans), rootkits and bootkits, spyware, Trojans, viruses, and worms are all examples of malware.
• Remote access through backdoors.
Formjacking is when malicious code is inserted into internet forms.
Cryptojacking is the act of installing unauthorised bitcoin mining software on a computer.
DDoS (distributed denial-of-service) assaults bombard servers, systems, and networks with traffic in order to bring them down.
DNS (domain name system) poisoning attacks, in which the DNS is compromised and traffic is redirected to hostile websites.

Job Profiles

• Ethical Hacker

• Penetration Tester

• Information Security Analyst

• Information Security Manager

• Security Analyst

• Security Consultant, (Computing / Networking / Information Technology)

Cyber Security Training Modes

We have Physical instructor led classes happening at Panjagutta and Hitech City Branches , Hyderabad

We teach Courses online Using tools like zoom, Microsoft Teams

How E-Learning Works?

We have recorded videos of the trainer . This videos were recorded while taking the class. We kept in mind that student should feel the classroom environment while training. we request you to take a trail session. if you are satisfied you can take up the course.

For trail session and more information you can contact digital nest sales team on +91-8088998664 or write us at

We offer special Training for Companies we first understand the company, its services and we will diagnose the present marketing practices and then we prepare a customized curriculum that suits to the needs of that particular company.

For Corporate training you can Reach our Sales Team at +91-8088998664 or you can also write to us at

FAQ’s Of Cyber Security Training

Who Can Opt for Cyber Security training?

Any graduate or postgraduate having analytical and logical skills would be the right candidate for the training. Comp/ Stats/Maths/BSC Comp/Maths/PGDM People who are working in software or decision-making environment can also opt for this  course.

Do you provide materials and assignments for Cyber Security training?

Yes! We provide module-based material handouts of the data science course that is taught in the class. We also give practical assignments and assessment tests to monitor the student’s progress during the course.

How are we different from other institutes?

We are identified as the “Best Training Institute in Hyderabad.” by  Times of India in the category of  “times education icons.”  We conduct Mock Interview Sessions and various types of data science training assignments to face real-time challenges in an effortless manner. We always strive hard to make every Cyber Security trainee Happy, happiness comes when you give first the best industry curriculum, second the best trainers, third the best hands-on training, 4th the best start of art training facility where students can think beyond the box.

How is the demand for a Cyber Security course?

Demand for hackers In India companies like wipro, infosys and IBM are interested in employing ethical hackers. Moreover salaries are higher than other areas of IT. According to Nasscom, India will require at least 77,000 ethical hackers compared to the present figure of 15,000.

Do you provide placements for Cyber Security training?

Yes! We provide Assured Placement Assistance for our Cyber Security Certification course. We have a dedicated Placement officer at Digital Nest, who’s job is to make sure that students are getting placements alerts and we also invite companies to our academy to hire our Cyber Security trainees.

What is the duration of the Cyber Security Course?

Typically the duration of Cyber Security training would last for 2 months. We have designed a curriculum that is very comprehensive in Hyderabad.

Where are we located?

Digital Nest has one of the top state of the art training centers in the prime locations in Hyderabad at Panjagutta which is 1 km away from Ameerpet and also one at Hitech City in the Silicon Valley area of Hyderabad.

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