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Computer security, cyber security, digital security or information technology security (IT security) is the protection of computer systems and networks from attacks by malicious actors that may result in unauthorized information disclosure, theft of, or damage to hardware, software, or data, as well as from the disruption or misdirection of the services they provide.

The field is significant due to the expanded reliance on computer systems, the Internet,[3] and wireless network standards such as Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Also, due to the growth of smart devices, including smartphones, televisions, and the various devices that constitute the Internet of things (IoT). Cybersecurity is one of the most significant challenges of the contemporary world, due to both the complexity of information systems and the societies they support. Security is of especially high importance for systems that govern large-scale systems with far-reaching physical effects, such as power distribution, elections, and finance.

NSA contractors created and sold click-and-shoot attack tools to US agencies and close allies, but eventually, the tools made their way to foreign adversaries. In 2016, NSAs own hacking tools were hacked, and they have been used by Russia and North Korea. NSA’s employees and contractors have been recruited at high salaries by adversaries, anxious to compete in cyberwarfare. In 2007, the United States and Israel began exploiting security flaws in the Microsoft Windows operating system to attack and damage equipment used in Iran to refine nuclear materials. Iran responded by heavily investing in their own cyberwarfare capability, which it began using against the United States.

A vulnerability is a weakness in design, implementation, operation, or internal control. Most of the vulnerabilities that have been discovered are documented in the Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) database.


  • Fundamentals of Networking
  • Fundamentals of computer networks are essential concepts that underlie the communication and connectivity of devices and systems in modern computing environments. Here are some key fundamentals of networks:
    • Network Definition: A network is a collection of interconnected devices (computers, servers, routers, switches, etc.) that can communicate with each other and share resources.
    • Nodes and Hosts: Nodes refer to the devices connected within a network, while hosts typically refer to end-user devices like computers and smartphones.
    • Data Transmission: Data is transmitted over networks in the form of packets. These packets contain the actual information, addressing, and control information for proper routing.
    • Protocols: Network protocols are rules and conventions that devices use to communicate effectively. The Internet Protocol (IP) is a fundamental protocol that enables communication across the internet.
    • LAN and WAN: Local Area Networks (LANs) cover a small geographical area, like a home, office, or building. Wide Area Networks (WANs) cover larger distances and often connect multiple LANs.
    • Topology: Network topology refers to how devices are physically or logically interconnected. Common topologies include star, bus, ring, and mesh.
    • Routing and Switching: Routers and switches are devices that play a key role in directing data traffic. Routers connect different networks, while switches facilitate communication within a network.
    • IP Addressing: IP addresses uniquely identify devices on a network. IPv4 (32-bit) and IPv6 (128-bit) are the two main versions of IP addresses.
    • Subnetting: Subnetting involves dividing a larger network into smaller subnetworks to improve performance and manageability.
    • DNS (Domain Name System): DNS translates human-readable domain names (like www.example.com) into IP addresses that computers understand.
    • Firewalls and Security: Firewalls protect networks from unauthorized access and malicious traffic. Network security also involves encryption, authentication, and intrusion detection systems.
  • Tools Used
    • Cisco Packet Tracer
    • Wireshark


  • Fundamentals of Linux and Setup Virtual Deployment for Lab
    • Operating System (OS): An operating system is software that manages computer hardware, software resources, and provides services for computer programs.
    • Virtualization software that supports various guest operating systems, including Windows, Linux, macOS, and more. It offers a user-friendly interface and supports features like snapshots, virtual networking, and USB device passthrough.
    • Tools Used
      • VirtualBox
      • Kali Linux
      • Security Operation Center
        • A Security Operations Center (SOC) is a centralized unit within an organization that is responsible for monitoring, detecting, analyzing, responding to, and mitigating cybersecurity incidents and threats. The primary goal of a SOC is to ensure the security and integrity of an organization’s information systems and data. Here’s an overview of what a Security Operations Center entails:
          • Incident Response Lifecycle
          • Cyber Kill Chain
      • MITRE Framework
      • Endpoint Investigation
      • PCAP Analysis
      • Malware Analysis
        • Malware analysis is the process of examining malicious software (malware) to understand its functionality, behavior, origin, and potential impact. Malware analysis is a crucial part of cybersecurity, as it helps security professionals and researchers identify, classify, and mitigate malware threats. There are different approaches to malware analysis, each with its own goals and techniques. Here are the main types of malware analysis:
          • Static Analysis
          • Dynamic Analysis
      • Threat Intelligence
        • The SOC leverages threat intelligence feeds and external sources to stay updated on the latest threat trends, tactics, techniques, and procedures used by cybercriminals.
      • Vulnerability Assessment
        • Tools that scan networks and systems for vulnerabilities.


      • Offensive Security – Ethical Hacking
        • Ethical Hacking Phases
          • Ethical hacking, also known as penetration testing or white hat hacking, involves simulating cyberattacks on computer systems, networks, and applications to identify vulnerabilities and weaknesses before malicious hackers can exploit them. The process of ethical hacking typically follows a series of well-defined phases to ensure a systematic and comprehensive assessment.
            • Planning and Reconnaissance
            • Scanning
            • Gaining and Maintaining Access
            • Analysis
            • Covering Tracks
            • Reporting
          • Metasploit Framework
          • Windows Hacking
          • Password Cracking Techniques
          • DDOS Attack
          • Social Engineering
          • Wireless Hacking

      • Web Application Attacks
        • Web application attacks are malicious activities targeting vulnerabilities and weaknesses in web applications. These attacks exploit security flaws to gain unauthorized access, steal sensitive data, disrupt services, or manipulate the functionality of the application. Here are some common types of web application attacks.
          • Find Vulnerabilities in Web App
          • OWASP Top 10 Attacks
          • SQL Injection
          • XSS Attack
      • ISO-27001 & Risk Management
        • ISO/IEC 27000 is a series of international standards that provide guidelines and best practices for information security management systems (ISMS). These standards are developed and maintained by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). The ISO/IEC 27000 series outlines a comprehensive framework for organizations to establish, implement, maintain, and continuously improve their information security practices. The series covers a wide range of aspects related to information security management.
          • ISO/IEC 27001: Information Security Management System (ISMS)
          • ISO/IEC 27002: Code of Practice for Information Security Controls:
          • ISO/IEC 27003: ISMS Implementation Guidance:
          • Audit Checklist
          • Risk Matrix
          • NIST and Other Standard
      • Digital Forensics
        • Digital forensics is the process of collecting, preserving, analyzing, and presenting digital evidence from electronic devices and digital media with the goal of investigating and preventing cybercrimes and other digital incidents. It involves using specialized techniques and tools to uncover information stored on digital devices, reconstruct events, and provide insights for legal proceedings, incident response, and cybersecurity investigations. Here are the key aspects of digital forensics:
          • Disk Imaging
          • Investigation
          • Reporting

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