Intro to Ethical Hacking Camp

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Did you know that cybercrime inflicted damages globally totalling $6 trillion USD, just in 2021? It is necessary to know how to defend oneself against these threats and identify and fix vulnerabilities preemptively.

In this 1 week hands-on self-paced course, MIT engineers will teach Grades 7-12 students the basics of penetration testing (ethical hacking), networking, security and cybersecurity best practices.

Students will learn how to ethically hack using Browser Exploitation Framework (BeEF) on Kali Linux to evaluate system security. They will specifically learn the various ways in which malicious actors steal credentials and data, and how to protect oneself against it.

Students will complete fourteen labs and write a penetration test report for their final project. Upon completion, students will receive a certificate. No prior experience is required. Windows or Mac laptop/computer with around ~50 GB available storage necessary.

Please note: By registering for this course, students are agreeing to use the techniques they learn in this course to identify vulnerabilities in their own systems, and not for malicious purposes. 

What's Included

3 months access

Cybersecurity & Networking lessons

14 hands-on labs

(How to steal passwords, launch Trojan Horse attacks,  hijack browsers, etc.)

Live one-on-one help from instructors on labs

Graded Final Report

Certificate upon completion

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