Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) Course

Penetration Testing & Information Security Training Program

Penetration Testing & Information Security Training Program


TÜV SÜD in India’s Penetration Testing & Information Security Training Program will empower you with the requisite skills and knowledge in a simplified and easily graspable manner. As a part of the certified ethical hacking course curriculum, we teach the participants how hackers break into the systems, networks, mobiles, and websites to make them aware of possible loopholes and, therefore, proficient in penetration testing. By doing so, they can create a virtual wall between their data and the hackers. 

Our certified ethical hacking training will enable you to carry out attacking and defensive methodologies, which will help you and your organisation protect and assess the safety and vulnerability ratio.


Ethical hacking refers to an authorised bypassing of systems, networks, or web applications to identify security threats in the IT systems before a hacker does. Ethical hacking aims to discover the vulnerabilities in the same way a black hat hacker will try to infiltrate the system.

Through a certified ethical hacking program, the ethical hacker will use the same tools and methods as the black hat hackers to hack the system but with the organisation's permission with the intention to improve the security system by collating reports for the IT team to build a much stronger defence firewall.

If you are interested in expanding your hacking skills, register for our ethical hacking course to learn all the ethical hacking concepts and perform tests that bring in results.


At the end of the ethical hacking training, participants will be able to:

  • Understand and perform Information Gathering on Digital Footprints 
  • Understand Email attacks and will be able to protect their email accounts as well as social networking accounts from these attacks  
  • Analyse malwares from a computer system and remove them manually
  • Understand web application attacks and to patch them to produce a secure web application
  • Understand windows memory management and assembly language to perform basic Reverse Engineering
  • Understand Enterprise Network Security Architecture
  • Understand exploitation
  • Understand wireless security
  • Understand security architecture of mobile platforms

Register for a certified ethical hacking course and refine your hacking skills to support the company's IT systems to build more robust security defence walls.


Ethical hacking training requires extensive skills and knowledge to hack a system. An ethical hacker's job is to detect the vulnerabilities on a network or computer and send the report to the organisation to take proactive steps in building a much stronger firewall.

If you are interested in certified ethical hacking certification, you should have programming language skills and knowledge as they are the backbone of hacking. You should know how to use the internet and search engines to research and gather information. Reverse engineering, cryptography skills, database skills, and knowledge of the Linux operating system are necessary for certified ethical hacking training.


  • OS Fundamentals
    • Introduction to Windows OS
    • Introduction to Windows File System
    • Introduction to Windows Command File (Powershell)
    • Introduction to Linux OS
    • Basic commands and file structures
    • Bash Scripting
  • Networking Fundamentals
    • Introduction to Networking
    • IP address, Classes and Subnet
    • OSI & TCP/IP Model
    • Networking Port - Common defaulter ports
    • Protocols
      •  Common Protocols
      • HTTP
      • HTTPS
      • DNS
      • Email Protocols
    • Protocols Analysis using Wireshark
  • Web Fundamentals
    • Introduction to Web Technology
    • Setting up local web server
    • Setting up lamp stack
      • Installing Apache2
      • Installing MYSQL DB
      • Installing PHP
    • Configuring a VWA (Vulnerable Web Application)
  • Foot Printing
    • IP Information
      • ASN Blocks
      • SHODAN
      • CENSYS
    • Google Hacking
      • GHDB
      • Google Advance Search
      • Google Alerts
    • SSL Certificate
      •  CRT.SH
      • Google CT
    • User Information Gathering (OSINT)
      • OSINT
  • Enumeration
    • Domain name Enumeration
      • Subdomain Finder
    • DNS Enumeration
    • Port Scanning using Map
      • NMAP Basic Scanning
      • NMAP Script Scanning
      • NMAP Output Files
      • NMAP Vulnerability Scanning
    • Vulnerability Scanning
      • NESSUS
  • System Hacking
    • Hacking Windows 7
      • Vulnerability Scanning
      • Hacking using eternal blue exploit
      • Hacking using malware.exe
    • Hacking WIN 10
      • Vulnerability Scanning
      • Exploiting Vulnerable Application
      • Hacking using malware
      • Hacking using MAL Doc file
    • MSF Framework
    • Powershell Empire
  • Privilege Escalation
    • Privilege escalation from standard user to administrator
  • OWASP Top 10 (2021)
    • Broken Access Control
    • Cryptographic Failures
    • Injection
    • Insecure Design
    • Security Misconfiguration
    • Vulnerable and Outdated components
    • Identification and Authentication Failures
    • Software and Data Integrity Failures
    • Security Logging and Monitoring Failures
    • Server-side Request Frogery
  • Web Application Attack
    • SQL Injection
      •  Writing a custom web application (vuln)
      • Exploiting the vulnerability
    • XSS (cross site scripting)
      • Writing a custom web application (vuln)
      • Exploiting the vulnerability
  • Holding Public Exploits
    • Exploiting OMI GOD vulnerability
    • Exploiting Zero Logo Vulnerability
  • Password Cracking
    • LLMNR poisoning to get the Hash (windows)
    • Hash cracking
    • Web application
      • Fetch user data
      • Cracking password


Ethical hacking has become a mainstream field for many in this ever-evolving digital world.

As ethical hacking continues to establish as a lucrative field, businesses will surely need ethical hackers to safeguard the security of computer systems or user platforms. This implies the demand for ethical hackers will only increase over the years.

It offers a limitless space to explore work opportunities in the government and the private sector.

Any certified ethical hacker (CEH) with the right skills and determination can quickly become a respected ethical hacker. For those who wish to gain an immediate reputation in the field and rapidly build their portfolio, ethical hacking is a great choice. Individuals who have certified ethical hacking course certification can demand better pay.

Who should attend?

This course can be attended by security officers, auditors, security professionals, website administrators, anyone who is concerned about the security of their network infrastructure and everyone who want to have a promising career in cyber security.


5 days


Basic understanding of computer and networking

Exam Details

Duration: 90 mins MCQ/LAB 


Candidates who score minimum or above 70% in the online examination will be certified as Ethical Hacker.
Unsuccessful candidates will be issued a certificate of attendance.

Frequently Asked Questions


  • How long does it take to become a certified ethical hacker?

    It all depends on your existing skills sets. Completing a certified ethical hacker course might take only five days if you already know coding and programming languages. But, if you are starting with no knowledge about hacking and coding skills, it will most likely take six years to become a certified ethical hacker.

  • Is there any entrance exam to get admission into Ethical Hacking course?

    There are no entrance exams for the ethical hacking training course. You need to have a 12th STD passing certificate from a recognised board to be eligible for the course. Having good computer language skills is a must-have, and if you are looking master’s degree, then you should have a graduation degree in computers.

  • Can I take CEH without experience?

    Yes, you can take the Certified Ethical Hacking (CEH) exam without prior experience because it is an entry-level certification. It will be much easier for you to ace this exam if you have completed a certified ethical hacker course, good knowledge about computers and relevant knowledge about cyber security.

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