TryHackMe- Fun Way to Learn Ethical Hacking & Cyber Security

TryHackMe- Fun Way to Learn Ethical Hacking & Cyber Security

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TryHackMe & Kali Linux. Learn Cyber Security, Ethical Hacking, Penetration Testing with gamified labs for ethical hacker

Welcome to “TryHackMe- Fun Way to Learn Ethical Hacking & Cyber Security” course.

TryHackMe- Learn Cyber Security, Ethical Hacking, Penetration Testing with gamified labs to be certified ethical hacker

Whether you want to get your first job in IT security, become a white hat hacker, or prepare to check the security of your own home network, we offer practical and accessible ethical hacking courses to help keep your networks safe from cybercriminals. You don’t need to know anything for this course.

In this course, we will show you a platform that really helps you to get your place in cybersecurity field.

TryHackMe is a platform that delivers real-world cyber-security training.

It doesn’t matter if you’re a complete novice in the security field or a seasoned CTF veteran. TryHackMe has you covered, from a variety of learning paths/walkthroughs/labs to competing against crazy hackers on scoreboards. Ethical hacking, hacking, penetration testing, Tryhackme, certified ethical hacker, kali linux, cyber security, security, hack, ultimate bug bounty

You don’t need a good computer for preparing a lab. In TryHackMe labs already prepared.

TryHackMe is an online platform that teaches cyber security through short, gamified real-world labs. The plaform has content for both complete beginners and seasoned hackers, incorporation guides and challenges to cater for different learning styles.

Cyber security is the knowledge and practice of keeping information safe on the internet. It can mean keeping your personal information safe when you browse the internet and visit your favorite websites and social media pages.

Ethical hacking (or penetration testing) involves a hacker agreeing with an organization or individual who authorizes the hacker to levy cyber attacks on a system or network to expose potential vulnerabilities.

Penetration testing skills make you a more marketable IT tech. Understanding how to exploit servers, networks, and applications means that you will also be able to better prevent malicious exploitation. From website and network hacking, to pen testing in Metasploit, Oak Academy has a course for you.

Kali Linux is an open-source, Debian-based Linux distribution released in March of 2013, primarily created for advanced Penetration Testing and Security Auditing. It used to be known as BackTrack Linux.

To allow users to share their knowledge, TryHackMe allows other users (at no charge) to create a virtual room, which contains a combination of theoretical and practical learning components.. In early 2019, Jon Peters started creating rooms and suggested the platform build up a community, a task he took on and succeeded in.

The need for qualified cyber security professionals has never been greater. Cyber attacks are increasing, and so is the cyber security skills gap. Unfortunately, expensive courses and certifications makes it harder for individuals to get into the industry.

TryHackMe is created to make learning cyber security more affordable and more accessible, removing as many barries to entry as possible

What you’ll learn

  • TryHackMe is an online platform that teaches cyber security through short, gamified real-world labs.
  • TryHackMe gives students their own personal hackable machine, deployable by 1 click of a button, which allows them to put their knowledge into practice.
  • Ethical hacking course teaches you how to set up a hacking lab and perform penetration testing to improve network security.
  • Ethical Hacking training teaches techniques that use cyber security knowledge to prevent malicious attacks and intrusions.
  • Learning cyber security on TryHackMe is fun and addictive.
  • What is TryHackMe?
  • Why TryHackMe is important?
  • What are the benefits of free version TryHackMe users?
  • What are the benefits of subscribe version TryHackMe users?
  • Usage of the TryHackMe
  • Introduction to Linux
  • Basic Linux Commands
  • Configuring Kali Linux
  • Network Scanning Tools in Kali
  • Wireshark
  • What is Nmap?
  • Passive Scan – ARP Tables
Table of Contents

1 What is TryHackMe
2 Why TryHackMe is important
3 Introduction to dashboard
4 Free version
5 Subscribe Version
6 Benefits of using using Tryhackme for bootcamp creators

7 TryHackMe – Learn Ethical Hacking & Cyber Security with Fun

Learning Paths
8 Room Introduction
9 CTF and Walkthroughs

Access to Tryhackme
10 Connection to the VPN server – Windows
11 Connection to the VPN server – Mac
12 Connection to the VPN server – Linux
13 Using Kali on web browser

For Education
14 How bootcamp creators manage students

Introduction to Linux
15 Pieces of Linux
16 What are Shells
17 Linux Signs ($, #, %, ~)
18 Linux Desktop Environments

Basic Linux Commands – 1
19 Command Parameters
20 Print First Lines with head Command
21 Print Last Lines with tail Command
22 Global Regular Expression Print – grep Command
23 Unix Name – uname Command
24 Output Redirection
25 Output Redirection Pipe “”
26 List Files – ls Command
27 Print Working Directory – pwd Command
28 Show Manuel – man Command
29 Change Directory – cd Command
30 Concatenate Files – cat Command
31 Display Output – echo Command
32 View the File with more Command
33 View the File with less Command

Basic Linux Commands – 2
34 Make Directory – mkdir Command
35 Create File & Modify Date – touch Command
36 Remove Files or Directories – rm Command
37 Copy and Move Files or Directories – cp & mv Command
38 Find Files and Directories – find Command
39 Cut Parts of Lines – cut Command
40 Change Ownership of a Given File – chown Command

Configuring Kali Linux
41 Configuring Services
42 User Management

Network Scanning Tools in Kali
43 Wireshark
44 Nmap UDP Scan
45 Nmap Version Detection
46 NmapOperating System Detection
47 Nmap Input-Output Management
48 Ettercap
49 Passive Scan – ARP Tables
50 The Harvester & Recon-NG
51 What is Nmap
52 Nmap Introduction
53 Nmap Ping Scan to Enumerate Network Hosts
54 Nmap SYN Scan
55 Nmap Port Scan
56 Nmap TCP Scan