Social Engineering Course
A computer and a working internet connection.
You’ve likely heard about hacking—perhaps in movies or on the news—and you’ve certainly taken steps to protect your online identity from hackers. But what is hacking, who does it, and why? Hacking is the gaining of unauthorized access to data in a system or computer and Social Engineering is the art of manipulating people so they give up confidential information. Hackers use social engineering tactics because it is usually easier to exploit your natural inclination to trust than it is to discover ways to hack your software. For example, it is much easier to fool someone into giving you their password than it is for you to try hacking their password (unless the password is really weak). If a hacker manages to hack or socially engineer one person’s email password they have access to that person’s contact list–and because most people use one password everywhere, they probably have access to that person’s social networking contacts as well.
In this comprehensive course you will learn how to make your own Social Engineering hacking tools. So that you can hack systems and victims using your own software. If you want to gather knowledge in the field of Ethical Hacking then social engineering is one of the most important subject that you should know. This course covers creating your own hacking software, attacking a victim and at last gaining control over the victim’s full computer system. Join this course and let’s begin the journey to become an Ethical Hacking!
Who this course is for:
- Anyone looking to learn more about ethical hacking.