M2UPTBOOT - Ultimate Pen Test Bootcamp

We’ve partnered with Mile2 to assemble the ultimate pen testing bootcamp. This 7-day bootcamp is comprised of 5 courses designed to prepare you to earn 5 security certifications. The bootcamp includes the following courses:

C)SP – Certified Security Principles
C)PEH – Certified Professional Ethical Hacker
C)PTE – Certified Penetration Testing Engineer
C)PTC – Certified Penetration Testing Consultant
Red Team vs. Blue Team

Live Class
Exam Prep & Simulators
Exam Vouchers
Free 2nd Chance Exam
Cyber Range & Lab Guide

ACCREDITED by the NSA CNSS 4011-4016
MAPPED to NIST / Homeland Security NICCS’s Cyber Security Workforce Framework
APPROVED on the FBI Cyber Security Certification Requirement list (Tier 1-3)

Getting prepared for 5 security certifications PLUS the exams would normally cost you $16,950, but sign up for this 7-day Bootcamp and get it all for $4,995!

Student Testimonials

Instructor did a great job, from experience this subject can be a bit dry to teach but he was able to keep it very engaging and made it much easier to focus. Student
Excellent presentation skills, subject matter knowledge, and command of the environment. Student
Instructor was outstanding. Knowledgeable, presented well, and class timing was perfect. Student

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The C)SP is delivered as an Ultimate Self-Study combo and should be studied PRIOR to the Live classes on September 14th. The C)SP is foundational knowledge and will not be covered in the Live Classes. You will receive the remaining courses as Ultimate Self Study combos as well, however, it is not necessary for you to review those courses in advance of the course.

Detailed Class Syllabus

C)SP – Certified Security Principles

Module 1 – Introduction to IT Security
Module 2 – Risk Management
Module 3 – Understanding of Cryptography
Module 4 – Understanding Identity and Access Management
Module 5 – Managing Data Security
Module 6 – Data Security
Module 7 – Managing Server/Host Security
Module 8 – Application Security for Non-Developers
Module 9 – Understanding Mobile Device Security (IoT)
Module 10 – Managing Day to Day Security
Module 11 – Understating Compliance and Auditing

C)PEH – Certified Professional Ethical Hacker

Module1: Security Fundamentals
Module 2: Access Controls
Module 3: Protocols
Module 4: Cryptography
Module 5: Why Vulnerability Assessments
Module 6: Vulnerability Tools of the Trade
Module 7: Output Analysis and Reports
Module 8: Reconnaissance, Enumeration & Scanning
Module 9: Gaining Access
Module 10: Maintaining Access
Module 11: Covering Tracks
Module 12: Malware
Module 13: Buffer Overflows
Module 14: Password Cracking

C)PTE – Certified Penetration Testing Engineer

Module 1: Business & Technical Logistics of Pen Testing
Module 2: Linux Fundamentals
Module 3: Information Gathering
Module 4: Detecting Live Systems
Module 5: Enumeration
Module 6: Vulnerability Assessments
Module 7: Malware Goes Undercover
Module 8: Windows hacking
Module 9: Hacking UNIX/Linux
Module 10: Advanced Exploitation Techniques
Module 11: Pen Testing Wireless Networks
Module 12: Networks, Sniffing, and IDS
Module 13: Injecting the Database
Module 14: Attacking Web Technologies
Module 15: Project Documentation
Module 16: Securing Windows s/ Powershell
Module 17: Pen Testing w/Powershell

C)PTC – Certified Penetration Testing Consultant

Module 1 – Pentesting Team Formation
Module 2 – NMAP Automation
Module 3 – Exploitation Process
Module 4 – Fuzzing with Spike
Module 5 – Simple Buffer Overflow
Module 6 – Stack Based Windows Buffer Overflow
Module 7 – Web Application Security and Exploitation
Module 8 – Linux Stack Smashing
Module 9 – Linux Address Space Layout Randomization
Module 11 – Getting Around SEH and ASLR (Windows)
Module 12 – Penetration Testing Report Writing

Red Team vs. Blue Team

Module 1 – Kali vs. Proximo and Gracchus
Module 2 – Kali vs. Priscus and Verus
Module 3 – Kali vs. Maximus and Quintus
Module 4 – Kali vs. Tetraites and Commodus