CEH v11: Malware, Threats, Trojans & Viruses

Ethical Hacker v11    |    Intermediate
  • 4 Videos | 1h 12m 31s
  • Includes Assessment
  • Earns a Badge
Malware is a common threat used to attack, compromise, and even destroy computer systems. In this course, you'll learn about common malware types and components so you can properly defend against malicious software. Then, you'll move on to explore Advanced Persistent Threats, which are becoming more and more of a danger due to their sophisticated malware. You'll examine the malicious software version of the Trojan Horse, as well as the different types of trojans, deployment methods, construction, and techniques for evading anti-virus detection. Finally, you'll learn about viruses and worms, including concepts, types, and characteristics. This course is one in a series that helps to prepare you for the Certified Ethical Hacker v11 (312-50) exam.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • identify malware components used to download the malicious code
    recognize the components of malicious software
    identify the characteristics of an APT attack
    identify the phases of an APT attack
    recognize the purpose of APT groups
    identify the different types of trojan malware
  • identify the malware deployment types
    identify the trojan type that includes running the real program in addition to the malicious code
    recognize techniques used to avoid trojan detection
    identify malicious software that requires human interaction in order to replicate to a system
    identify the phases of the virus lifecycle
    recognize the malware type that self-replicates

IN THIS COURSE

EARN A DIGITAL BADGE WHEN YOU COMPLETE THIS COURSE

Skillsoft is providing you the opportunity to earn a digital badge upon successful completion of this course, which can be shared on any social network or business platform

Digital badges are yours to keep, forever.