SANS Security 560 Network penetration testing & Ethical hacking

SANS Security 560 is one of the most technically rigorous courses offered by the SANS Institute. Attendees are expected to have a working knowledge of TCP/IP, cryptographic routines such as DES, AES, and MD5, and the Windows and Linux command lines before they step into class. Although SANS Security 401 (Security Essentials) and then next SANS Security 504 (Hacker Techniques, Exploits, and Incident Handling) are not pre-requisites for 560, these courses cover the groundwork that all 560 attendees are expected to know. While 560 is technically in-depth, it is important to note that programming knowledge is NOT required for the course



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