online cyber security diploma
Master Cyber Security Diploma Specialties

✅ 99.9% Practical Experience
✅ Most Recent Attack Method
✅ Evasion Techniques & Breaching Defenses
✅ Advanced Web Attacks and Exploitation
✅ Black Box Penetration Testing
✅ Private Hacking Code & Tool
✅ Antivirus Evasion - FUD Atack
✅ Android 13 - Fud Attack
✅ Lan and Wan Attack On Real Device
✅ Software Cracking
✅ Carding & Spamming
✅ Coding
✅ Server Administration
✅ Network Security (Switch & Router) + CISSP

Basic Computer Knowledge
16 GB Ram
Fast Internet Connection
16GB USB Device
Zoom Application
Skype Application

Class Specialties

Class Live 101
Per Day 1-2 Hr
Duration 1 Year

Start Your Cybersecurity Career

The psychology of hacking and cybersecurity human elements are covered. In addition, the basics of investigating cybercrime and digital forensics. The aim of the Master of Science in Cyber Security provides graduates with a solid foundation in cybersecurity technologies and practices. This will enable them to have a prepared career in highly sought-after cybersecurity areas. The program provides hands-on experience in strategies for preventing and detecting cyber threats and vulnerabilities, as well as responding to cyberattacks such as hacking, Trojan horse malware, and ransomware.
MCSD - Master of Science in Cyber Security Diploma
Cyber security is an area of expertise in high demand. Become a hero trained to prevent and protect against cyber-attacks in all areas of IT with this master cyber security diploma.
Master of Science in Cyber Security Diploma (MCSD) is a 3/2 year training and parchment program conducted online, based on the pupil's eligibility. This training & parchment program would lead to employment openings in cyber security functions of an organization & sectors. The MCSD Training program has been developed with input from industry experts and assiduity.

The Parchment in Cyber Security course is a completely hands-on program with practicals including hundreds of obnoxious & protective tools, labs, and exercises that cover real-world scripts. By rehearsing the practical knowledge that is provided in the Diploma in Cyber Security course, we're prepared to bring you up to speed with the chops to uncover the security pitfalls that associations are vulnerable to.

The Master Cyber Security Diploma (MCSD) is a job-oriented course and is most suitable for those interested in working in cyber & IT security. Cybersecurity professionals are in very high demand.
1st SEM

Windows Hacking And Securing
Securing Operating Systems
Protecting Systems Using Antiviruses
Data Encryption
Data Backup And Disaster Recovery
Internet Security
Securing Network Connections
Securing Online Transactions
Securing Email Communications
Social Engineering And Identity Theft
Security On Social Networking Sites
Information Security And Legal Compliance
Securing Mobile Devices
Windows Hacking Command & Batch Programs
Basic Html Programs
Batch File Programming

Server Administrator
DHCP Roll Install And Configure
DNS Roll Install And Configure
IIS Roll Install And Configure
FTP Roll Install And Configure
Active Directory Configure
Group Policy
Terminal Service Roll Install And Configure
WDS Roll Install And Configure
Domain Member Configure
Cpanel Roll Install And Configure
VPN Roll Install And Configure
IPsec Roll Install And Configure
Zone Transfer Roll Install And Configure
PHP Web  Configure

Switching And Routing  + Security
IPv4 & 6 Addressing
Cisco Router Introduction
Dynamic Protocols & Dynamic Routing
OSFP( Open Shortest Path First )
Type Of Tables In OSFP
Eigrp (Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol)
How To Manage Cisco Devices

Describe Following Terms:
IP Serivces DHCP
Packet Filtering Via ACL

LAN Switching Technology Bridge Its Function
VLAN Its Advantage
STP Convergence Components
Stp Convergence Steps

Network Device Security Configure And Verify Network Device Security Features Such As Wan Technologies
Introduction Of PPP Its Feature
Frame-Relay Logical Topologies
IPv6 Packet Type
OSI (Open System Interconnection) TCP/IP
2nd SEM
Chapter 1- Introduction To Ethical Hacking
Chapter 2- Programming For Windows Batch
Chapter 3- USB Rubber Ducky Programming
Chapter 4- Windows Hacking & Securing
Chapter 5- Advance Footprinting
Chapter 6- Google Dork
Chapter 7 - Misconfigured Machine
Chapter 8 - Scanning & Enumeration
Chapter 9 - Vulnerability Scanning With Pro Tools
Chapter 10- Report Writing
Chapter 11 - Proxy Server, VPN, Socks, VPS
Chapter 12- Rat Attack
Chapter 13 - Botnet Attack
Chapter 14 - Ransomware Attack
Chapter 15 - 7 Layer DDOS Attack
Chapter 16 - Fud Shell
Chapter 17 - Cyber Kill Chain Attack
Chapter 18 - Antivirus Bypass Attack
Chapter 19 - Silent Exploit Attack
Chapter 21 - Social Engineering
Chapter 22 - Session Hijacking
Chapter 23 - Stenography
Chapter 24 - Cryptography
Chapter 25 - SQL injection in advance
Chapter 26 - Honey Port
Chapter 27 - Advanced Wifi Hacking
Chapter 28 - Carding CC BIN
Chapter 28 - Spamming 
Chapter 29 - Online Account Crack
Chapter 30 - Android Hacking With The Latest Methods

Chapter 31 - Hacking Android Without Payload
Chapter 32 - Android Botnet Attack
Chapter 33 - Android Rat Attack
Chapter 34 - Bypass Google Play Security
Chapter 35 - Making FUD Apk
Chapter 36 - Download Premium Apk
Chapter 37 - Hack Android Without Port Forwarding
Chapter 38 - Spy Android
Chapter 39 - Spy iPhone
Chapter 40 - Hack Your Phone With Calling
Chapter 41 - Hack Your Phone With Notification
Chapter 42 - Hack Your Phone While Charging
Chapter 43 - Hack Your Phone With Headphones
Chapter 44 - APK Binding
Chapter 45 - Termux
Chapter 46 - Secure Android Phone
Chapter 47 - Track friends' locations forever
Chapter 48 - SMS Bombing
Chapter 49 - Make a Persistent Attack
Chapter 50 - Call Bombing
Chapter 51 - CCTV Hacking
Chapter 52 - Bypass CCTV Capture Security
Chapter 53 - Bypass CCTV Face Scanner Security
Chapter 54 - Bypass CCTV Eye Scanner Security
Chapter 55 - Software Cracking
Chapter 56 - Introduction to x64DBG.
Chapter 57 - Setting up your workspace
Chapter 58 - Debugger Stepping Basics
Chapter 59 - Breakpoints
Chapter 60 - Reversing Jumps
Chapter 61 - How to patch a program
Chapter 62 - Cracking GUI-based programs
Chapter 63 - Crack the Serial Key using BP
Chapter 64 - bypassing the message "wrong serial key"

Chapter 65 - Cracking Registration File Checks
Chapter 66 - Removing Nag Screens
Chapter 67 - Cracking Trial Period Software
Chapter 68 - Cracking Auto-Generated Serial Keys
Chapter 69 - Removing the Nag Screen from TDC
Chapter 70 - Cracking by patching EAX register values

Chapter 71 - Cracking via Hardware Breakpoints
Chapter 72 - Change Serial Key By Patching Memory Directly

Chapter 73 - Analyzer Static Code Analyzer
Chapter 74 - Serial Fishing
Chapter 75 - Cracked Software Protection
Chapter 76 - Cracking software using loaders
Chapter 77 - Cracking Software's Anti-Debugging Protection
Chapter 78 - Anti-debugging
Chapter 79 - Keygens
Chapter 80 - Creating an External Keygen
Chapter 81 - Cracking Visual Basic 6 native software
Chapter 82 - Cracking VB6 P-code Software
Chapter 83 - Cracking .NET Framework Software (C# and VB.NET)

Chapter 84 - Website Hacking With The Latest Methods
Chapter 84 - Finding Admin Panels in Perl
Chapter 85 - Backdoor On A Website
Chapter 86 - Concept About Hx And URL Code
Chapter 87 - Clear Concept About Dorks
Chapter 88 - Clear Concept About Injection Point
Chapter 89 - Clear Concept About Parameter
Chapter 90 - Database Show By Using XSS Dios

Chapter 91 - Deface Site And Add Zone-h
Chapter 92 - Hack Normal Site With Manual Way
Chapter 93 - How To Hack SMTP
Chapter 94 - Base64 SQL Class
Chapter 95 - How to Use ( Group By )
Chapter 96 - IP Blocking Bypass
Chapter 97 - Locally Variable Injection Site
Chapter 98 - MS SQL Guide
Chapter 99 - Routing Query Full Guide
Chapter 100 - Shell Upload In WordPress

Chapter 101 - Upload Shell In WordPress Second Method

Chapter 101 - Two Way Upload Shell In OpenCart Panel

Chapter 102 - Uploading WSO Shell
Chapter 103 - Creating Symlinks For Education

Chapter 104 - Uploader In Admin Panel

Chapter 105 - Which Tools do we need for Website Hacking?
3rd SEM

Create a Hacking Lab
Windows 10 | 11 | Server 2022 | Kali Linux | Ubuntu | Mac | Android | iPhone

Kalu Linux Lab -

Basic To Advanced Linux Command
Linux Service Management
Linux Package Update, Upgrade & Manage
Web Service Manage
Persistence in Service Management
Bash Shell Programming
Bind Shell And Reverse Shell (Wire-shark)

Passive Information Gathering
Using Search Engain
Using Google Hacking

Active Information Gathering
DNS Enumeration
Forward DNS Lookup
Reverse DNS Lookup
DNS Zone Transfers
SMB Enumeration
Netbios Enumeration
SMTP Enumeration
SNMP Enumeration
Web Platform Enumeration
DNS Enumeration
Network And Port Scanning Methodology

Hardware Firewall

Firewall Bypass

Auxiliary Scanner Modules

Vulnerability Scanning
Windows -  7 | 8 | 10 | 11
Server - 2012, 2022, Ubuntu, Centos
Web Applications

Exploit Client Side Vulnerability
Windows 10 Exploit
Windows 11 Exploit

Exploit Server Side Vulnerability 
Server 2012
Server 2019
Server 2022

Client Side Attack WAN
Generate Payload For - Windows | MAC | LINUX | Android | iPhone | Web
Windows 11 Exploit
Mac OS Exploit
Linux Exploit
Android Exploit
iPhone Exploit
Payload Sending with Smart Methods

Manage Meterpreter and Shell Sessions
Advance Command
Session Time Increase
File Download And File Upload Using SSH, FTP, Python Server, Apache2
Execute Program on Target Machine
Record audio.
Watch Target Via Web Cam
Meterpreter Script
Covering tracks
Netcat Attack

Post Exploitation Attack
Take Admin Privilege
Collect USB device information
Collect browser history
Collect Partition Information
Recover Deleted Files From Target PC And Download
Search for Admin Account on Target PC
Redirect The Target From To Any Website
Stealing Stored Passwords From Visited Websites
Hack System For Life Time
Collect Wifi Network Information

Privilege Escalation Windows & Linux

Social Engineering Attack
Pharming Attack
Phishing Attack

Buffer Overflow Exploit
Linux / Windows


Password Attack
Passing The Hash

Wireless Network Attack
WEP Exploit
WPA Exploit
WPA2 Exploit
WPA3 Exploit

Advance Attack
CISCO Switch Jam
CiSCO Switch DHCP Attack
Dos/Doss Attack

Design A Vulnerable Lab
Like Hack The Box
Try Hack Me

Advance Attack
Process Injection And Migration.
Advanced Antivirus Evasion
Bypassing Network Filters
Kiosk Breakouts
Microsoft SQL Attacks

MITM Attack
Arp Poisoning
MITMF Badfactory Error Remove
ARP Spoofing Using
Session Hijacking
DNS Spoofing
Capture Screen
Capturing Keystrokes
Injecting Javascript_HTML Code

Play Any Sound At The Target
Capture a screenshot
Redirect to Webpage
Run any YouTube video on the Target Web Page
Stealing the target online
Use Metasploit

Bug Bounty [Web Application Attacks]
SQL Injection
CSRF Attack
Cross-site scripting (XSS)
HTML Injection
File Inclusion
Parameter Tampering
Host Header Injection
URL Redirection
Command Injection
WordPress Exploit
CMS Exploit
0day Exploit and more.

Active Directory Attacks
Exploit Servers With Active Directory
Active Directory Enumeration

Remote and File Sharing Service Attacks
SSH | RDP | SMB | PsExec | Telnet | FTP

Attacking IOT Systems
Firmware Analysis

Cobalt Strike Framework Pro
Post Exploitation
Covert Communication
Attack Packages
Spear phishing
Browser Pivoting
Reporting and Logging
4th SEM
Information Security Model
Product Evaluation
Security Engineering
Database Security
Mobile system Vulnerabilities
Key Mgmt system
Physical Security
OSI Layer Model and Basics
Communication & Network Security
Security Network Components
communication security
Networking Security
PVLAN , Virtual Switch
Communication & Network Security - Security
Access control
Access control
Security Asssesment and Testing
Software Testing
Security Testing
Security Operations
Incident Response
Configuration Mgmt

CISSP Introduction
Security and Risk Management 1
Threat Modeling
Asset Security
Data Security Standards
Security Engineering
Enterprise Framework
Security Models
Resource Protection
Security operations
prevention of Attack
Patch and vulnerability Management
Security Operations
BCP excercise
Fencing and gates
Access Control Systems
Security Operations
Security in SDLC
Change Mgmt
Development Methods and Db Security
Java Security
Secure coding issues
Trusted computer base
Security of the code
Securing API
Online Cyber Security Diploma Live Classes 101
This solution is a live, online, instructor-led training course that you can attend with a live instructor from anywhere with an internet connection.
Who Is It For?
✅ Information Security Analyst/Administrator
✅ Information Assurance (IA) Security Officer
✅ Information Security Manager/Specialist
✅ Information Systems Security Engineer/Manager
✅ Information Security Professionals/Officers
✅ Information Security/IT Auditors
✅ Risk/Threat/Vulnerability Analyst
✅ System Administrators
✅ Network Administrators and Engineers
A Hands-On Exam Like No Other.

25 Days will define your Cyber Security career MCSD is a fully offline practical exam that challenges you through a grueling 25 Days performance-based, hands-on exam.

✅ Score at least 80% and become a Master In Cyber Security
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Providing high-quality online classes focused on practical aspects for corporations and individuals. Schedules Are Not Constraints To Discuss.

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Time zone in Washington, DC, USA (GMT-4)
Live Weekday classes
Live Weekend Classes
Live Classes 24hr
Tools Required For Classes.

Zoom, Skype, Webx, Teamviewer
Class requirement

Basic Computer Knowledge
Internet Knowledge Like Downloading And Upload
The system requires 8 to 12 GB of RAM.
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