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OSCP Training in Dhanbad

OSCP Training in Dhanbad is one of the latest training for cybersecurity professionals. The OSCP certification helps for getting into many reputed firms. However, there are only a few training institutes that offer OSCP Course in Dhanbad. Indian Cyber Security Solutions is one of the best course providers of the OSCP Course in Bangalore. We try to make the training and courses more accessible to the people who wish to learn. Our OSCP Training Institute in Dhanbad is widely known for its premium quality courses and pieces of training offered to its students across the country. With the rise in the risk of cyber threats and cyberattacks, cybersecurity professionals’ search has skyrocketed. Staying protected is a challenging task in this Wild Wild Web (www). Thus, OSCP Training in Dhanbad has become a necessity.

OSCP Training in Dhanbad - ICSS

Indian Cyber Security Solutions is proud to be rated among the best OSCP training institute in Dhanbad. OSCP Training in Dhanbad enables an individual to become highly proficient in ethical hacking. ICSS has secured 300+ website and web-based applications worldwide and gained considerable experience backed by qualified professionals with certifications on CISSP, ISO-27001 Lead Auditor, and Certified Ethical Hacker.

 

Undergoing OSCP Training in Dhanbad would create a vast arena of opportunities for you to explore and dive deep into new fields with a higher position. In the cybersecurity industry, the most significant gap among the managed service providers is the variable costing of penetration testing. ICSS aims to bridge the gap by having a quantified pricing structure for the web security audit & penetration testing.

 

 

Class Room Training on OSCP in Dhanbad

OSCP Training in Dhanbad with hands-on training in the lab from the professional hackers themselves CEHv11 certified, OSCP Certified. Cyber Security training is in massive demand as organisations are going online with more than 170 Billion Dollar in investment in the cybersecurity domain worldwide. At Indian Cyber Security Solutions, you will learn how an attacker can hack an organisation and how they defend the organisation’s intellectual property from being hacked. OSCP Training in Dhanbad is designed in such a way that you get the maximum practical knowledge. At our training centre, we bring in guest faculties from the industry to share their practical experience with you. At the end of the course, we aim to make your placement ready.

Online LIVE Training on OSCP in Dhanbad

Indian Cyber Security Solutions have 130+ trainers who are professional Ethical Hackers working in different MNCs like Infosys, Cognizant, Wipro, ATOS, Intel and are also members of our research & development team. All the trainers are geographically located in different areas and provide online training on OSCP. The online OSCP Training in Dhanbad is done through an application where the faculty and students can interact LIVE over the internet. All the classes are recorded and uploaded in our online portal, “HACKERS LAB”, where all students have lifetime access. We guarantee your satisfaction, or we pay back your course fee. There will be three instructors dedicated to individual batches, which will carry on for three months.

Eligibility Criteria to be an OSCP certified professional

Students from Technical background can apply for this course. We provide 12 Months of hands-on training from industry experts. They are working professionals and who are currently working in this domain. A diploma in Cloud Computing Training in Bangalore will help you develop the industry’s necessary skills. Grow your knowledge in this field by the course.

Technical Educational Background

If you have completed your graduation in science (B.tech in CSE / IT / EC or BCA ), you will need to start with a Certified Python Programmer to have a good programming base and develop hacking tools. After completing python programming certification, you will be eligible for this ethical hacking course and then top it with Certified Web Application Penetration testing, which focuses on exploiting vulnerabilities in web-based applications, which is in huge demand worldwide the globe.

Non-Technical Educational Background

If you had your graduation in arts, commerce or any other stream other than science, you would need to start with Certified Network Professional. Up next, you can start with the OSCP course in Dhanbad, after completion of which you would be eligible for the next course. Next, you would be able to take up the Certified Network Penetration Tester course, which is a high-end specialisation course.

After completion of all the courses, you can apply for network penetration tester jobs.

 

Why Should You Choose ICSS?

  • Industry professions from Amazon, Cognizant & Intel, will share their practical experience in the class
  • 100% suitable and lab-based lessons (available online & offline)
  • 25% Scholarship program for merited students with a minimum of 90% marks in their board exams
  • LIFETIME access to video tutorials, case studies
  • EMI option is available if you go for two or more courses.
  • Get an educational loan @  O% interest.

 

100% Job Placement Assistance

  • Career Guide: we will share job Opportunities with you
  • Be JOB Ready Resume prepared by Experts
  • Questions & Answers provided for interviews
  • Mock Exams you will write to test your skills
  • Mock Interviews to boost your confidence
  • Prerequisite: Person with Cyber Security Knowledge can learn OSCP and Get Job
  • Projects: Work on Real Life Case Studies

Course Duration

We Provide:

  • 40 Hours Classes
  • Fast Track Classes
  • Weekdays & Weekend Classes
  • In Class, You Get In-Depth OSCP Knowledge on each Topic
  • Projects to do assignments
  • Location: Courses are run across training centres in India (Salt Lake, Sector 5) & Bangalore (Indiranagar)
  • Corporate Training for your Employees
  • Online OSCP Courses – Live Instructor LED Classes
  • Pay only after attending FREE DEMO CLASS

 

OSCP Certification – Course Module

1 Penetration Testing with Kali Linux: General Course Information
1.1 About The PWK Course
1.1.1 PWK Course Materials
1.1.2 Access to the Internal VPN Lab Network
1.1.3 The Offensive Security Student Forum
1.1.4 Live Support
1.1.5 OSCP Exam Attempt
1.2 Overall Strategies for Approaching the Course
1.2.1 Welcome and Course Information Emails
1.2.2 Course Materials
1.2.3 Course Exercises
1.2.4 PWK Labs
1.3 Obtaining Support
1.4 About Penetration Testing
1.5 Legal
1.6 The MegaCorpone.com and Sandbox.local Domains
1.7 About the PWK VPN Labs
1.7.1 Lab Warning
1.7.2 Control Panel
1.7.3 Reverts
1.7.4 Client Machines
1.7.5 Kali Virtual Machine
1.7.6 Lab Behavior and Lab Restrictions
1.8 Reporting
1.8.1 Consider the Objective
1.8.2 Consider the Audience
1.8.3 Consider What to Include
1.8.4 Consider the Presentation
1.8.5 The PWK Report
1.8.6 Note Taking
1.9 About the OSCP Exam
1.9.1 Metasploit Usage – Lab vs Exam
1.10 Wrapping Up
2 Getting Comfortable with Kali Linux
2.1 Booting Up Kali Linux
2.2 The Kali Menu
2.3 Kali Documentation
2.3.1 The Kali Linux Official Documentation
2.3.2 The Kali Linux Support Forum
2.3.3 The Kali Linux Tools Site
2.3.4 The Kali Linux Bug Tracker
2.3.5 The Kali Training Site
2.3.6 Exercises
2.4 Finding Your Way Around Kali
2.4.1 The Linux Filesystem
2.4.2 Basic Linux Commands
2.4.3 Finding Files in Kali Linux
2.5 Managing Kali Linux Services
2.5.1 SSH Service
2.5.2 HTTP Service
2.5.3 Exercises
2.6 Searching, Installing, and Removing Tools
2.6.1 apt update
2.6.2 apt upgrade
2.6.3 apt-cache search and apt show
2.6.4 apt install
2.6.5 apt remove –purge
2.6.6 dpkg
2.7 Wrapping Up
3 Command Line Fun
3.1 The Bash Environment
3.1.1 Environment Variables
3.1.2 Tab Completion
3.1.3 Bash History Tricks
3.2 Piping and Redirection
3.2.1 Redirecting to a New File
3.2.2 Redirecting to an Existing File
3.2.3 Redirecting from a File
3.2.4 Redirecting STDERR
3.2.5 Piping
3.3 Text Searching and Manipulation
3.3.1 grep
3.3.2 sed
3.3.3 cut
3.3.4 awk
3.3.5 Practical Example
3.4 Editing Files from the Command Line
3.4.1 nano
3.4.2 vi
3.5 Comparing Files
3.5.1 comm
3.5.2 diff
3.5.3 vimdiff
3.6 Managing Processes
3.6.1 Backgrounding Processes (bg)
3.6.2 Jobs Control: jobs and fg
3.6.3 Process Control: ps and kill
3.7 File and Command Monitoring
3.7.1 tail
3.7.2 watch
3.8 Downloading Files
3.8.1 wget
3.8.2 curl
3.8.3 axel
3.9 Customizing the Bash Environment
3.9.1 Bash History Customization
3.9.2 Alias
3.9.3 Persistent Bash Customization
3.10 Wrapping Up
4 Practical Tools
4.1 Netcat
4.1.1 Connecting to a TCP/UDP Port
4.1.2 Listening on a TCP/UDP Port
4.1.3 Transferring Files with Netcat
4.1.4 Remote Administration with Netcat
4.2 Socat
4.2.1 Netcat vs Socat
4.2.2 Socat File Transfers
4.2.3 Socat Reverse Shells
4.2.4 Socat Encrypted Bind Shells
4.3 PowerShell and Powercat
4.3.1 PowerShell File Transfers
4.3.2 PowerShell Reverse Shells
4.3.3 PowerShell Bind Shells
4.3.4 Powercat
4.3.5 Powercat File Transfers
4.3.6 Powercat Reverse Shells
4.3.7 Powercat Bind Shells
4.3.8 Powercat Stand-Alone Payloads
4.4 Wireshark
4.4.1 Wireshark Basics
4.4.2 Launching Wireshark
4.4.3 Capture Filters
4.4.4 Display Filters
4.4.5 Following TCP Streams
4.5 Tcpdump
4.5.2 Filtering Traffic
4.5.3 Advanced Header Filtering
4.6 Wrapping Up
5 Bash Scripting
5.1 Intro to Bash Scripting
5.2 Variables
5.2.1 Arguments
5.2.2 Reading User Input
5.3 If, Else, Elif Statements
5.4 Boolean Logical Operations
5.5 Loops
5.5.1 For Loops
5.5.2 While Loops
5.6 Functions
5.7 Practical Examples
5.7.1 Practical Bash Usage – Example 1
5.7.2 Practical Bash Usage – Example 2
5.7.3 Practical Bash Usage – Example 3
5.8 Wrapping Up
6 Passive Information Gathering
6.1 Taking Notes
6.2 Website Recon
6.3 Whois Enumeration
6.4 Google Hacking
6.5 Netcraft
6.6 Recon-ng
6.7 Open-Source Code
6.8 Shodan
6.9 Security Headers Scanner
6.10 SSL Server Test
6.11 Pastebin
6.12 User Information Gathering
6.12.1 Email Harvesting
6.12.2 Password Dumps
6.13 Social Media Tools
6.13.2 Site-Specific Tools
6.14 Stack Overflow
6.15 Information Gathering Frameworks
6.15.1 OSINT Framework
6.15.2 Maltego
6.16 Wrapping Up
7 Active Information Gathering
7.1 DNS Enumeration
7.1.1 Interacting with a DNS Server
7.1.2 Automating Lookups
7.1.3 Forward Lookup Brute Force
7.1.4 Reverse Lookup Brute Force
7.1.5 DNS Zone Transfers
7.1.6 Relevant Tools in Kali Linux
7.2 Port Scanning
7.2.1 TCP / UDP Scanning
7.2.2 Port Scanning with Nmap
7.2.3 Masscan
7.3 SMB Enumeration
7.3.1 Scanning for the NetBIOS Service
7.3.2 Nmap SMB NSE Scripts
7.4 NFS Enumeration
7.4.1 Scanning for NFS Shares
7.4.2 Nmap NFS NSE Scripts
7.5 SMTP Enumeration
7.6 SNMP Enumeration
7.6.1 The SNMP MIB Tree
7.6.2 Scanning for SNMP
7.6.3 Windows SNMP Enumeration Example
7.7 Wrapping Up
8 Vulnerability Scanning
8.1 Vulnerability Scanning Overview and Considerations
8.1.1 How Vulnerability Scanners Work
8.1.2 Manual vs Automated Scanning
8.1.3 Internet Scanning vs Internal Scanning
8.1.4 Authenticated vs Unauthenticated Scanning
8.2 Vulnerability Scanning with Nessus
8.2.1 Installing Nessus
8.2.2 Defining Targets
8.2.3 Configuring Scan Definitions
8.2.4 Unauthenticated Scanning With Nessus
8.2.5 Authenticated Scanning With Nessus
8.2.6 Scanning with Individual Nessus Plugins
8.3 Vulnerability Scanning with Nmap
8.4 Wrapping Up
9 Web Application Attacks
9.1 Web Application Assessment Methodology
9.2 Web Application Enumeration
9.2.1 Inspecting URLs
9.2.2 Inspecting Page Content
9.2.3 Viewing Response Headers
9.2.4 Inspecting Sitemaps
9.2.5 Locating Administration Consoles
9.3 Web Application Assessment Tools
9.3.2 DIRB
9.3.3 Burp Suite
9.3.4 Nikto
9.4 Exploiting Web-based Vulnerabilities
9.4.1 Exploiting Admin Consoles
9.4.2 Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)
9.4.3 Directory Traversal Vulnerabilities
9.4.4 File Inclusion Vulnerabilities
9.4.5 SQL Injection
9.5 Extra Miles
9.5.1 Exercises
9.6 Wrapping Up
10 Introduction to Buffer Overflows
10.1 Introduction to the x Architecture
10.1.1 Program Memory
10.1.2 CPU Registers
10.2 Buffer Overflow Walkthrough
10.2.1 Sample Vulnerable Code
10.2.2 Introducing the Immunity Debugger
10.2.3 Navigating Code
10.2.4 Overflowing the Buffer
10.2.5 Exercises
10.3 Wrapping Up
11 Windows Buffer Overflows
11.1 Discovering the Vulnerability
11.1.1 Fuzzing the HTTP Protocol
11.2 Win Buffer Overflow Exploitation
11.2.1 A Word About DEP, ASLR, and CFG
11.2.2 Replicating the Crash
11.2.3 Controlling EIP
11.2.4 Locating Space for Our Shellcode
11.2.5 Checking for Bad Characters
11.2.6 Redirecting the Execution Flow
11.2.7 Finding a Return Address
11.2.8 Generating Shellcode with Metasploit
11.2.9 Getting a Shell
11.2.10 Improving the Exploit
11.3 Wrapping Up
12 Linux Buffer Overflows
12.1 About DEP, ASLR, and Canaries
12.2 Replicating the Crash
12.3 Controlling EIP
12.4 Locating Space for Our Shellcode
12.5 Checking for Bad Characters
12.6 Finding a Return Address
12.7 Getting a Shell
12.8 Wrapping Up
13 Client-Side Attacks
13.1 Know Your Target
13.1.1 Passive Client Information Gathering
13.1.2 Active Client Information Gathering
13.2 Leveraging HTML Applications
13.2.1 Exploring HTML Applications
13.2.2 HTA Attack in Action
13.3 Exploiting Microsoft Office
13.3.1 Installing Microsoft Office
13.3.2 Microsoft Word Macro
13.3.3 Object Linking and Embedding
13.3.4 Evading Protected View
13.4 Wrapping Up
14 Locating Public Exploits
14.1 A Word of Caution
14.2 Searching for Exploits
14.2.1 Online Exploit Resources
14.2.2 Offline Exploit Resources
14.3 Putting It All Together
14.4 Wrapping Up
15 Fixing Exploits
15.1 Fixing Memory Corruption Exploits
15.1.1 Overview and Considerations
15.1.2 Importing and Examining the Exploit
15.1.3 Cross-Compiling Exploit Code
15.1.4 Changing the Socket Information
15.1.5 Changing the Return Address
15.1.6 Changing the Payload
15.1.7 Changing the Overflow Buffer
15.2 Fixing Web Exploits
15.2.1 Considerations and Overview
15.2.2 Selecting the Vulnerability
15.2.3 Changing Connectivity Information
15.2.4 Troubleshooting the “index out of range” Error
15.3 Wrapping Up
16 File Transfers
16.1 Considerations and Preparations
16.1.1 Dangers of Transferring Attack Tools
16.1.2 Installing Pure-FTPd
16.1.3 The Non-Interactive Shell
16.2 Transferring Files with Windows Hosts
16.2.1 Non-Interactive FTP Download
16.2.2 Windows Downloads Using Scripting Languages
16.2.3 Windows Downloads with exe2hex and PowerShell
16.2.4 Windows Uploads Using Windows Scripting Languages
16.2.5 Uploading Files with TFTP
16.3 Wrapping Up
17 Antivirus Evasion
17.1 What is Antivirus Software
17.2 Methods of Detecting Malicious Code
17.2.1 Signature-Based Detection
17.2.2 Heuristic and Behavioral-Based Detection
17.3 Bypassing Antivirus Detection
17.3.1 On-Disk Evasion
17.3.2 In-Memory Evasion
17.3.3 AV Evasion: Practical Example
17.4 Wrapping Up
18 Privilege Escalation
18.1 Information Gathering
18.1.1 Manual Enumeration
18.1.2 Automated Enumeration
18.2 Windows Privilege Escalation Examples
18.2.1 Understanding Windows Privileges and Integrity Levels
18.2.2 Introduction to User Account Control (UAC)
18.2.3 User Account Control (UAC) Bypass: fodhelper.exe Case Study
18.2.4 Insecure File Permissions: Serviio Case Study
18.2.5 Leveraging Unquoted Service Paths
18.2.6 Windows Kernel Vulnerabilities: USBPcap Case Study
18.3 Linux Privilege Escalation Examples
18.3.1 Understanding Linux Privileges
18.3.2 Insecure File Permissions: Cron Case Study
18.3.3 Insecure File Permissions: /etc/passwd Case Study
18.3.4 Kernel Vulnerabilities: CVE-7-2 Case Study
18.4 Wrapping Up
19 Password Attacks
19.1 Wordlists
19.1.1 Standard Wordlists
19.2 Brute Force Wordlists
19.3 Common Network Service Attack Methods
19.3.1 HTTP access Attack with Medusa
19.3.2 Remote Desktop Protocol Attack with Crowbar
19.3.3 SSH Attack with THC-Hydra
19.3.4 HTTP POST Attack with THC-Hydra
19.4 Leveraging Password Hashes
19.4.1 Retrieving Password Hashes
19.4.2 Passing the Hash in Windows
19.4.3 Password Cracking
19.5 Wrapping Up
20 Port Redirection and Tunneling
20.1 Port Forwarding
20.1.1 RINETD
20.2 SSH Tunneling
20.2.1 SSH Local Port Forwarding
20.2.2 SSH Remote Port Forwarding
20.2.3 SSH Dynamic Port Forwarding
20.3 PLINK.exe
20.4 NETSH
20.5 HTTPTunnel-ing Through Deep Packet Inspection
20.6 Wrapping Up
21 Active Directory Attacks
21.1 Active Directory Theory
21.2 Active Directory Enumeration
21.2.1 Traditional Approach
21.2.2 A Modern Approach
21.2.3 Resolving Nested Groups
21.2.4 Currently Logged on Users
21.2.5 Enumeration Through Service Principal Names
21.3 Active Directory Authentication
21.3.1 NTLM Authentication
21.3.2 Kerberos Authentication
21.3.3 Cached Credential Storage and Retrieval
21.3.4 Service Account Attacks
21.3.5 Low and Slow Password Guessing
21.4 Active Directory Lateral Movement
21.4.1 Pass the Hash
21.4.2 Overpass the Hash
21.4.3 Pass the Ticket
21.4.4 Distributed Component Object Model
21.5 Active Directory Persistence
21.5.1 Golden Tickets
21.5.2 Domain Controller Synchronization
21.6 Wrapping Up
22 The Metasploit Framework
22.1 Metasploit User Interfaces and Setup
22.1.1 Getting Familiar with MSF Syntax
22.1.2 Metasploit Database Access
22.1.3 Auxiliary Modules
22.2 Exploit Modules
22.2.1 SyncBreeze Enterprise
22.3 Metasploit Payloads
22.3.1 Staged vs Non-Staged Payloads
22.3.2 Meterpreter Payloads
22.3.3 Experimenting with Meterpreter
22.3.4 Executable Payloads
22.3.5 Metasploit Exploit Multi Handler
22.3.6 Client-Side Attacks
22.3.7 Advanced Features and Transports
22.4 Building Our Own MSF Module
22.5 Post-Exploitation with Metasploit
22.5.1 Core Post-Exploitation Features
22.5.2 Migrating Processes
22.5.3 Post-Exploitation Modules
22.5.4 Pivoting with the Metasploit Framework
22.6 Metasploit Automation
22.7 Wrapping Up
23 PowerShell Empire
23.1 Installation, Setup, and Usage
23.1.1 PowerShell Empire Syntax
23.1.2 Listeners and Stagers
23.1.3 The Empire Agent
23.2 PowerShell Modules
23.2.1 Situational Awareness
23.2.2 Credentials and Privilege Escalation
23.2.3 Lateral Movement
23.3 Switching Between Empire and Metasploit
23.4 Wrapping Up
24 Assembling the Pieces: Penetration Test Breakdown
24.1 Public Network Enumeration
24.2 Targeting the Web Application
24.2.1 Web Application Enumeration
24.2.2 SQL Injection Exploitation
24.2.3 Cracking the Password
24.2.4 Enumerating the Admin Interface
24.2.5 Obtaining a Shell
24.2.6 Post-Exploitation Enumeration
24.2.7 Creating a Stable Pivot Point
24.3 Targeting the Database
24.3.1 Enumeration
24.3.2 Attempting to Exploit the Database
24.4 Deeper Enumeration of the Web Application Server
24.4.1 More Thorough Post Exploitation
24.4.2 Privilege Escalation
24.4.3 Searching for DB Credentials
24.5 Targeting the Database Again
24.5.1 Exploitation
24.5.2 Post-Exploitation Enumeration
24.5.3 Creating a Stable Reverse Tunnel
24.6 Targeting Poultry
24.6.2 Enumeration
24.6.3 Exploitation (Or Just Logging In)
24.6.4 Post-Exploitation Enumeration
24.6.5 Unquoted Search Path Exploitation
24.6.6 Post-Exploitation Enumeration
24.7 Internal Network Enumeration
24.7.1 Reviewing the Results
24.8 Targeting the Jenkins Server
24.8.1 Application Enumeration
24.8.2 Exploiting Jenkins
24.8.3 Post Exploitation Enumeration
24.8.4 Privilege Escalation
24.8.5 Post Exploitation Enumeration
24.9 Targeting the Domain Controller
24.9.1 Exploiting the Domain Controller
24.10 Wrapping Up
25 Trying Harder: The Labs
25.1 Real Life Simulations
25.2 Machine Dependencies
25.3 Cloned Lab Machines
25.4 Unlocking Networks
25.5 Routing
25.6 Machine Ordering & Attack Vectors
25.7 Firewall / Routers / NAT
25.8 Passwords

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Course Fee

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Course Duration – 40 Hours

3 Months Training

2 Classes Per Week X 2 Hours Each Day

Batch Timing

Week End Classes | Weekdays Classes

Online Self Paced LIVE Training

Students Enrolled92%

Course Fee

INR 32,000 / – + 18% GST

Course Duration – 40 Hours

3 Months Training

2 Classes Per Week X 2 Hours Each Day

Batch Timing

Week End Classes | Weekdays Classes

OSCP Course in Dhanbad

Only a few training institutes provide OSCP Course in Dhanbad. Indian Cyber Security Solutions is proud to be the best OSCP training provider across India. Our OSCP course is one of the most demanded courses in India. Information security is a critical domain in any organisation, and with the rapid rise in the number of cybercrime, the demand for OSCP professionals has skyrocketed. Businesses highly rely on digital means for storing the data, and thus they always need to be ready to face any challenges that may lead to the leak of their company’s data. Such kinds of threats have increased the need for cybersecurity experts. They have to analyse, implement, and safeguard the resources of businesses, and our OSCP Course in Dhanbad offers all these.

Being one of the finest cybersecurity solutions providers across India, it’s a massive responsibility for maintaining the quality of the courses, services, and training. Providing a top-notch OSCP Course in Dhanbad is our goal, and we are pacing towards achieving it slowly. A certification from ICSS for the compilation of the OSCP Training in Dhanbad would help establish a career in one of the best firms across India and abroad. Once a candidate completes the OSCP certification with a globally endorsed certificate, the candidate will be eligible for a job with a package ranging between 15 to 20 lakhs per annum within the country and 80000 to 120000 USD abroad.

 

OSCP Course in Dhanbad - ICSS

India is a developing country, and several MNCs are setting up their firm to expand or start their business in India. Thus the demand for cybersecurity professionals is boosting up regularly, and having the completion certificate OSCP course would enable you to be a part of the firm’s reputed position. Also, the demand for OSCP Course in Dhanbad has risen over time.

OSCP Course in Dhanbad has helped many companies flourish like never before. It allowed the IT admin to chalk out appropriate strategies and implemented the same wherever and whenever necessary.

Eligibility Criteria

A student with graduation in ( Btech – IT / CSE / EC, BCA, MCA ) should start with a Python Programming Course and then go for CEHv10 course and then go for specialisation on Web Application Security/penetration testing. A student with graduation in ( Commerce, Arts, etc., other than science) should start with Networking (CCNA) course and be eligible for the CEHv10 course and then go for a Network security / Penetration testing.

OSCP Training Institute in Dhanbad

If you look for the Best OSCP Training Institute in Dhanbad, there is only one institute, namely the Indian Cyber Security Solutions. Many corporate professionals acknowledge our service, and we have been awarded as one of the best Cyber Security Solutions Organisation by Silicon India. There are many OSCP Training Institute in Dhanbad with a prominent name, but Indian Cyber Security Solutions focuses on cybersecurity domains. Here the trainers teach the students according to the course structure and their test knowledge on each subject regularly.

 

The OSCP designation is a powerful tool for marketing an individual for standing out for being the best among others. After completing training in OSCP from ICSS, you will be capable enough for developing a holistic security program that will significantly help in cracking the exam in the first attempt. The certification in OSCP Course in Dhanbad from the best OSCP Training Institute in Dhanbad – ICSS is a gateway to a whole new cybersecurity world where you will be capable of developing information security standards, policies and procedures.

In our OSCP Training Institute in Dhanbad, you will be trained, guided, and tested on all the parameters by solving queries and allowing you to visit industry experts providing mock exams. When you complete the course, we will ensure that you are 100% ready to appear for the examination. So once you prepare yourself to be the face of any industry in the security department, to help you join the best, you can reach the best OSCP Training Institute in Dhanbad – ICSS.

How will you benefit from the OSCP Course of ICSS?

Indian Cyber Security Solutions offers the best OSCP training as it is regarded as the best OSCP Training Institute in Dhanbad. ICSS focuses on the in-depth knowledge of the learners through our experts. Therefore, you will be able to improve your understanding of risks and vulnerabilities. At first, you have to think like a hacker to learn ethical hacking. Best OSCP Training Institute in Dhanbad delivers a 90% practical course by penetration testers who are CEH certified and OSCP certified.

Along with OSCP Course in Dhanbad, we provide placement assistance to the students as the Best OSCP Training Institute in Dhnabad. 20 + certified ethical hackers will be your trainer for two months. Apart from a certification exam conducted by EC- council at the end of the course, we make sure you are well prepared at the Best OSCP Training Institute in Dhanbad. Cybersecurity professionals will guide you with the best practical knowledge to be a successful OSCP certified professional.

Best OSCP Training in Dhanbad with unlimited scopes in IT INDUSTRY

Indian Cyber Security Solutions brings the best OSCP Training in Dhanbad that will allow you to utilise its concepts and create code in your way entirely. More than 120+ students got placed after completion of the course in best MNC’s. Indian Cyber Security Solutions headquarter is located in Kolkata, surrounded by reputed organisations like Wipro, IBM. As per the US consul general, Sector 5 of Salt Lake will witness a surge of IT / ITES in future. New US-based companies that are present in other metropolitan cities of India. The Indian-US bilateral cooperation ranges from trade and investment, high-technology, cybersecurity, and various other sectors where foreign companies are welcome. Primary Real estate developer DLF has already developed IT parks in several major cities of India.