Company: Linkedin Learning Author: Lisa Bock Full Title: Ethical Hacking: Sniffers Year: 2016 Language: English Genre: Educational: Networking Security Skill Level: Beginner Price: €24.99 - Files: MP4 (+ Subtitles .SRT) Time: 01:13:03 Video: AVC, 1280 x 720 (1.778) at 30.000 fps, 150 kbps Audio: AAC at 128 Kbps, 2 channels, 48.0 KHz Ethical hackers: Get an inside look into the tools the black hat hackers use to "sniff" network traffic, and discover how to countermeasure such attacks. Security ambassador Lisa Bock explains what a sniffer is, and how hackers use it to intercept network traffic. She reviews the seven-layer OSI model, active vs. passive attacks, and the different types of protocol attacks, including MAC and macof attacks, DNS caching and forgery, DHCP denial-of-service attacks, and ARP cache poisoning. Learn how ethical hackers have an arsenal of tools to emulate these attacks and techniques, from examining headers and URLs to capturing images. Lisa relies on Wireshark, a network protocol analyzer for Unix and Windows, but also introduces other sniffing tools, including TShark, tcpdump, and CloudShark. Topics include: 01. Sniffing network traffic 02. Passive vs. active attacks 03. Comparing IPv4 to IPv6 04. MAC and macof attacks 05. Investigating DHCP attacks 06. Detecting ARP and DNS spoofing 07. Sniffing tools and techniques Our members see more. Join us! ------------- Our members see more. Join us!