SEC 435 NETWORK PENETRATION TESTING FULL COURSE STRAYER

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SEC 435 NETWORK PENETRATION TESTING FULL COURSE STRAYER

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SEC435 Network Penetration Testing

SEC 435 Week 1 DQ Latest-Strayer

You will need to create your own original thread.   The create thread button is in the upper left corner once you click on the link above.

“Session Hijacking” Select one of the following and discuss in no less than three paragraphs, and have at least one response to another student of at least one paragraph:

  • Consider the “What if” case in Chapter 1 from the Book: Web Applications and Data Servers and respond to one or more of the questions asked.
  • Research the web, and discuss any recent story concerning session hijacking. Provide summary and discussion on what might have been done to prevent such hijacking, or how such hijacking can be recognized.
  • Any current topic or article related to penetration techniques.
  • The instructor insight.

While the minimum requirement is an original and single response, one can get much more from the class by going beyond minimums and engaging in conversation with your professor or other students.  I encourage one to go beyond the minimum and those that can engage in four or more posts will truly learn much more than what is just in the physical classroom or text books.   I do give bonus points for extra work assuming quality, and good writing.

I take the rubric seriously so I grade 20 percent of the post on style, format, and writing.   So please use good paragraphs, don’t write in mounds of text, and bury ideas.   Use salutations in both the subject line and the message.   Use proper citations for any sources one uses.  Never cut and paste from the web or other source and use it by itself as an original post, or response.   Use direct quotes properly tied to your words, or if you want to share an article or other material, do so as an additional post, with proper citation.

SEC 435 Week 2 DQ Latest-Strayer

“Web Application Threats” Select one of the following and discuss in no less than three paragraphs, and have at least one response to another student of at least one paragraph:

  • Review the attacks listed on the OWASP website, located at https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Category:Attack. Focus on selecting three attacks that you believe to be the greatest security threat, rank what you believe to be the top three greatest security threats (e.g., cookie/session poisoning, platform exploits, etc.), and provide a rationale for your rankings. Explain the key inherent dangers of the chosen threats, and indicate the key reasons why you believe such threats pose more of a risk than other current ones in existence. Justify your answer.
  • Review the attacks listed on the OWASP website, located at https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Category:Attack. Focus on selecting three attacks that you believe to be the greatest security threat, rank what you believe to be the top three greatest security threats (e.g., cookie/session poisoning, platform exploits, etc.), discuss the appropriate countermeasures that security personnel could utilize in order to minimize the damage of such threats. Determine whether or not the countermeasures that you have ranked are reactive or proactive in nature, and suggest the primary ways in which each countermeasure could assist in preventing further damage from the threats in question. Explain whether or not honeypots would assist in protecting and evaluating the three threats selected. Provide a rationale for your response.
  • Any current topic or article related to penetration techniques.
  • The instructor insight.

Note:  Reminder that you need to create your own original thread, use a proper subject, and have salutations for all posts in the subject line and message, use proper paragraphs and citations if you have sources, and that you are sharing your thoughts, not regurgitating the text or outside sources.   I encourage you to do more than just the minimum, and fully engage in conversations.

SEC 435 Week 3 DQ Latest-Strayer

“Cracking” Select one of the following and discuss in no less than three paragraphs, and have at least one response to another student of at least one paragraph:

  • Based on the “What if” case in Chapter 4 from the Book: Web Applications and Data Servers discuss the ethical aspects of what Regi did, and the possible ramifications of his actions.
  • Based on the “What if” case in Chapter 5 from the Book: Web Applications and Data Servers discuss the ethics of whether the company had an obligation to report or not, and why? What would you have done and why?
  • Any current topic or article related to penetration techniques.
  • The instructor insight.

SEC 435 Week 4 DQ Latest-Strayer

“SQL Injection Attacks and Preventions” Select one of the following and discuss in no less than three paragraphs, and have at least one response to another student of at least one paragraph:

  • Read Sammut, T., & Schiffman, M. (2013, April 5). Understanding SQL Injection. Retrieved from http://www.cisco.com/web/about/security/intelligence/sql_injection.html.
    Read Wichers, D., Manico, J., & Seil, M. (2014, April 12). SQL Injection Prevention Cheat Sheet. Retrieved from https://www.owasp.org/index.php/SQL_Injection_Prevention_Cheat_Sheet.
    Describe the major concerns that information security professionals and SQL database administrators should have with SQL injection attacks. Additionally, provide the key reasons why you believe such attacks are popular among hackers, both malicious and ethical. Justify your response.
  • Suggest what you believe to be the two most critical best practices for protecting against SQL injection attacks, and establish whether or not you believe that there are significant efforts for security professionals who implement these best practices. Provide a rationale for your response.
  • Any current topic or article related to penetration techniques.
  • The instructor insight.

SEC 435 Week 5 DQ Latest-Strayer

Case Study” Have an original post of no less than three or four paragraphs, and offer advice of a paragraph or two to at least one other student.  This is the proposal for your term paper due in week 9.  Papers should not be written in a one week or weekend, but should take some time to research, consider, and then draft.  Once drafted, ideally, one sleeps on the paper, so one can proof and revise one last time before submitting the final draft.  I expect a 400 level paper, so give some thought to your case study and provide me a short synopsis of what you hope to look at, why, and what you hope to learn or accomplish.

  • Research the web and find an appropriate incident related to either a successful or failed penetration testing effort, or a successful or unsuccessful hacking attempt against an organization, business or government facility. For the discussion lay out the basic details of the case, why you chose this case, and speculate on what specific lessons you learned from the case, as well as possible recommendations for future situations. This proposal should be no less than three or four paragraphs.

SEC 435 Week 6 DQ Latest-Strayer

“Macs and Viruses” Select one of the following and discuss in no less than three paragraphs, and have at least one response to another student of at least one paragraph:

  • A common misconception with Mac OS X systems is that they are not as susceptible to viruses and malware as PCs and therefore do not require users to apply additional security measures. Discuss whether or not you believe this is true. Provide a rationale for your response.
  • Review current Mac security features from Apple’s website located at http://www.apple.com/macos/security, and read the article 10 Best Antivirus for the Mac at http://techtop100.com/9-best-antivirus-for-mac-do-macs-need-antivirus-best-free-mac-antivirus. Select two tools, and research their features, functionality, provided protections, mitigated risks, costs, and any other pertinent information. Evaluate the quality of at least two of the selected Mac security tools, based on their available features, functionality, provided protections, mitigated risks, costs, and any other pertinent information discovered in your research. Decide whether or not you would recommend either of the tools for a Mac user. Justify your response.
  • Any current topic or article related to penetration techniques.
  • The instructor insight.

SEC 435 Week 7 DQ Latest-Strayer

“Mobile Malware” Select one of the following and discuss in no less than three paragraphs, and have at least one response to another student of at least one paragraph:

  • Determine whether or not you believe both that mobile malware is the new frontier for virus makers and hackers and whether or not mobile device security concerns will surpass those of standard computing devices over the next five years (e.g., desktops, servers, etc.). Justify your response.
  • Analyze the mobile device OS that you believe is the easiest to hack. Additionally, explain the ineffective security features that are utilized by this specific mobile device OS, and indicate the key reasons why you believe the security feature is failing to provide better protection. Provide a rationale for your response.
  • Any current topic or article related to penetration techniques.
  • The instructor insight.

SEC 435 Week 8 DQ Latest-Strayer

“What If?” Select one of the following and discuss in no less than three paragraphs, and have at least one response to another student of at least one paragraph:

  • Read the “What if” case in Chapter 3 from the Book: Secure Network Operating Systems and Infrastructures provide a brief summary and respond to the two questions that are asked.
  • Discuss any aspect of “honeypots” and share your views on the value of such honeypots for ethical hackers, or how as a security professional you can protect yourself against providing such honeypots for exploitation.
  • Any current topic or article related to penetration techniques.
  • The instructor insight

SEC 435 Week 9 DQ Latest-Strayer

Select one of the following and discuss in no less than three paragraphs, and have at least one response to another student of at least one paragraph:

  • Imagine that a systems administrator for a midsized company has recently noticed numerous odd characters in the log servers. Specifically, http “GET” and “POST” log entries within their externally facing IIS version 5 web server. Discuss the use of the “GET” and “POST” commands and decide whether or not there are concerns with their presence on the externally facing web server. Next, provide your analysis of the most damaging attack (i.e. XSS, SQL Injection, CSS, and Race conditions) against Internet Information Services (IIS). Support your rationale.
  • Describe the most prominent signs that a database attack has occurred. Suggest the main steps that one would take to recover from such an attack. Next, propose one strategy you would use to prevent such attacks.
  • Any current topic or article related to penetration techniques.
  • The instructor insight

SEC 435 Week 10 DQ Latest-Strayer

“Encryption in Organizations” Select one of the following and discuss in no less than three paragraphs, and have at least one response to another student of at least one paragraph:

  • Suppose an executive-level manager asked you to explain the importance of encryption. Detail the key points that you would use to justify the importance of using encryption during the overall security posture analysis of the executive-level manager’s organization.
  • Research the web for examples of the manner in which security professionals could use encryption in organizations today (e.g., database encryption), describe at least two uses of encryption within organizations today that you found in your research. From the uses identified, indicate the information resource the encryption is designed to protect. Assess the importance of protecting such an information resource from a security perspective.
  • Any current topic or article related to penetration techniques.
  • The instructor insight.

SEC 435 Week 11 DQ Latest-Strayer

Share your thoughts in the class, and consider:

  • What you thought of the class;
  • Identify two new insights about network penetration testing you have discovered from this course, and/or
  • Discuss the manner in which you can apply the learning outcomes of this course to your professional and personal life.
  • And/or anything else you wish to comment on.

SEC 435 Week 1 Pre-Assessment-Strayer

Click the link above to submit your assignment.

Students, please view the “Submit a Clickable Rubric Assignment” in the Student Center.
Instructors, training on how to grade is within the Instructor Center.

Certification Readiness Assessment 1 and 2

Week Due Title Points
1 Certification Readiness Assessment 1: Pre-assessment 70
11 Certification Readiness Assessment 2: Post-assessment 70

A pre-assessment and post-assessment are part of the required materials for this course. These assessments use the material covered within the course in order to evaluate your exam readiness. Additional specifics surrounding the submission and grading of each assessment are located below.

Each assessment uses the same web-based CEH assessment and consists of two parts:

  • A screenshot of the CEH assessment results
  • A written self-assessment response

Pre-assessment/Post-assessment Completion Requirements

  • Complete the CEH assessment located at https://www.eccouncil.org/programs/certified-ethical-hacker-ceh/ceh-assessment.
    Note: Grading is based on participation and is not influenced by the objective score students receive on the online assessment.
  • Take a screenshot of the results page upon completion of the CEH assessment.
    Note: This screenshot serves as confirmation of the completed assessment. The screenshot should at a minimum display your score and general on-screen items. It is not necessary to include each of the itemized question results. Go to http://www.take-a-screenshot.org/ if you need a tutorial on taking a screenshot.
  • Review the interactive results that are displayed with each question. Focus your efforts to gain an understanding of your strengths and weaknesses with respect to the assessment topics, as well as the overall concepts that require additional focus.
  • Please do not be discouraged if you get a low score. This is meant to be an assessment of your knowledge, skills, and abilities coming into the course. It will help you and your Instructor to know what you may need more instruction in and what you are already familiar with.

Pre-assessment/Post-assessment Submission Requirements

Submit one Microsoft Word document which contains:

  1. A screenshot of the completed CEH assessment results.
  2. Write a short answer self-assessment in good paragraphs in Word based on the CEH assessment results in which you:
    • Summarize both your strengths and weaknesses with respect to the topics you covered in the assessment.
    • Determine the concepts that you believe challenged you the most and/or those that require additional focus.

Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:

  • Combine both elements (screenshot and written self-assessment) into one Microsoft Word document or an open-source equivalent.
  • Documentation must be typed, double-spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides.
  • Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, your name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page is not included in the required assignment page length.

Click here to view the grading rubric for this assignment.

SEC 435 Week 1 Lab 1 Latest-Strayer

Click the link above to submit your assignment.

Students, please view the “Submit a Clickable Rubric Assignment” in the Student Center.
Instructors, training on how to grade is within the Instructor Center.

If you have not logged into the iLabs environment yet, use your access code emailed to you by the bookstore when you purchased the books to register.

Lab Assignments

Submit each lab based on the following:

  1. Log into the EC-Council iLab environment.
  2. Complete the weekly lab assignment described below using EC-Council iLab.
  3. Submit the screenshots for the steps specified in each lab assignment.
  4. Write a short answer in Word format and include with the assignment submission link the following:
  5. Summarize the technical experiences in completing the lab assignment.
  6. Identify the commands that were of greatest benefit to you.
  7. Provide general comments on the overall lab assignment experience.
    Note:This is an academic writing assignment. Correct punctuation, grammar, and spelling are necessary. Points may be deducted for poor writing.
LAB ASSIGNMENT 1

Due Week 1 and worth 30 points

Complete the following EC-Council Labs.

Note: Lab 1 contains deliverables that are partially derived from the following course required textbook: EC-Council Press. (2017). Ethical Hacking and Countermeasures: Web Applications and Data Servers (2nd ed.). Cengage Learning.

Lab Version Module Title Location Lab #: Title Deliverable(s) for Submission
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SEC 435

(CEH v9)

Session Hijacking iLab

Module 10

Lab 2 (Exercise I): “Session Hijacking Using Firebug”
  1. Screenshots after Steps 13 and 24

Click here to view the grading rubric for this assignment.

SEC 435 Week 2 Lab 2 Latest-Strayer

Click the link above to submit your assignment.

Students, please view the “Submit a Clickable Rubric Assignment” in the Student Center.
Instructors, training on how to grade is within the Instructor Center.

Lab Assignments

Submit each lab based on the following:

  1. Log into the EC-Council iLab environment.
  2. Complete the weekly lab assignment described below using EC-Council iLab.
  3. Submit the screenshots for the steps specified in each lab assignment.
  4. Write a short answer in Word format and include with the assignment submission link the following:
  5. Summarize the technical experiences in completing the lab assignment.
  6. Identify the commands that were of greatest benefit to you.
  7. Provide general comments on the overall lab assignment experience.
    Note:This is an academic writing assignment. Correct punctuation, grammar, and spelling are necessary. Points may be deducted for poor writing.

Lab Assignment 2

Due Week 2 and worth 40 points

Complete the following EC-Council Labs.

Note: Lab 2 contains deliverables that are partially derived from the following course required textbook: EC-Council Press. (2017). Ethical Hacking and Countermeasures: Web Applications and Data Servers (2nd ed.). Cengage Learning.

Lab
Version
Module Title Location Lab #: Title Deliverable(s) for Submission
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SEC 435

(CEH v9)

Hacking Webservers iLab
Module
11
Lab 1 (Exercise II): “Footprinting Webserver Using the httprecon Tool”
  •  Screenshots after Steps 4 and 10
Lab 2 (Exercise III): “Footprinting a Webserver Using ID Server”
  •  Screenshot after Step 8

2.     Textbook: Web Applications and Data Servers – Chapter 2: Questions 1-2

Click here to view the grading rubric for this assignment.

SEC 435 Week 3 Lab 3 Latest-Strayer

Click the link above to submit your assignment.

Students, please view the “Submit a Clickable Rubric Assignment” in the Student Center.
Instructors, training on how to grade is within the Instructor Center.

Lab Assignments

Submit each lab based on the following:

  1. Log into the EC-Council iLab environment.
  2. Complete the weekly lab assignment described below using EC-Council iLab.
  3. Submit the screenshots for the steps specified in each lab assignment.
  4. Write a short answer in Word format and include with the assignment submission link the following:
  5. Summarize the technical experiences in completing the lab assignment.
  6. Identify the commands that were of greatest benefit to you.
  7. Provide general comments on the overall lab assignment experience.
    Note:This is an academic writing assignment. Correct punctuation, grammar, and spelling are necessary. Points may be deducted for poor writing.

Lab Assignment 3

Due Week 3 and worth 40 points

Complete the following EC-Council Labs.

Note: Lab 3 contains deliverables that are partially derived from the following course required textbook: EC-Council Press. (2017). Ethical Hacking and Countermeasures: Web Applications and Data Servers (2nd ed.). Cengage Learning.

Lab Version Module Title  Location Lab #: Title Deliverable(s) for Submission
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SEC 435

(CEH v9)

Hacking Web Applications iLab
Module
12
Lab 3 (Exercise I): “Exploiting Parameter Tampering and XSS Vulnerabilities in Web Applications”
  1. Screenshots after Steps 6, 10, and 13
Lab 4 (Exercise VII): “Website Vulnerability Scanning Using Acunetix WVS”
  1. Screenshots after Steps 6, 17, and 21

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SEC 435 Week 4 Lab 4 Latest-Strayer

Click the link above to submit your assignment.

Students, please view the “Submit a Clickable Rubric Assignment” in the Student Center.
Instructors, training on how to grade is within the Instructor Center.

Lab Assignments

Submit each lab based on the following:

  1. Log into the EC-Council iLab environment.
  2. Complete the weekly lab assignment described below using EC-Council iLab.
  3. Submit the screenshots for the steps specified in each lab assignment.
  4. Write a short answer in Word format and include with the assignment submission link the following:
  5. Summarize the technical experiences in completing the lab assignment.
  6. Identify the commands that were of greatest benefit to you.
  7. Provide general comments on the overall lab assignment experience.
    Note:This is an academic writing assignment. Correct punctuation, grammar, and spelling are necessary. Points may be deducted for poor writing.
LAB ASSIGNMENT 4

Due Week 4 and worth 30 points

Complete the following EC-Council Labs.

Note: Lab 4 contains deliverables that are partially derived from the following course required textbook: EC-Council Press. (2017). Ethical Hacking and Countermeasures: Web Applications and Data Servers (2nd ed.). Cengage Learning.

Lab Version Module Title Location Lab #: Title Deliverable(s) for Submission
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SEC 435

(CEH v9)

SQL Injection iLab

Module 13

Lab 1 (Exercise I): “SQL Injection Attacks on MS SQL Database”
  1. Screenshots after Steps 9, 16, and 28

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SEC 435 Week 6 Lab 5 Latest-Strayer

Click the link above to submit your assignment.

Students, please view the “Submit a Clickable Rubric Assignment” in the Student Center.
Instructors, training on how to grade is within the Instructor Center.

Lab Assignments

Submit each lab based on the following:

  1. Log into the EC-Council iLab environment.
  2. Complete the weekly lab assignment described below using EC-Council iLab.
  3. Submit the screenshots for the steps specified in each lab assignment.
  4. Write a short answer in Word format and include with the assignment submission link the following:
  5. Summarize the technical experiences in completing the lab assignment.
  6. Identify the commands that were of greatest benefit to you.
  7. Provide general comments on the overall lab assignment experience.
    Note:This is an academic writing assignment. Correct punctuation, grammar, and spelling are necessary. Points may be deducted for poor writing.

Lab Assignment 5

Due Week 6 and worth 30 points

Complete the following EC-Council Labs.

Note: Lab 5 contains deliverables that are partially derived from the following course required textbook: EC-Council Press. (2017). Secure Network Operating Systems and Infrastructures. (2nd ed.). Cengage Learning.

Lab Version Module Title Location Lab #: Title Deliverable(s) for Submission
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SEC 435

(CEH v9)

Hacking Wireless Networks iLab

Module 14

Lab 1 (Exercise I): “Cracking a WEP Network with Aircrack-ng for Windows.” 1.  Screenshots after Steps 5 and 8

Grading for this lab assignment will be based on the following rubric.

Click here to view the grading rubric.

SEC 435 Week 7 Lab 6 Latest-Strayer

Click the link above to submit your assignment.

Students, please view the “Submit a Clickable Rubric Assignment” in the Student Center.
Instructors, training on how to grade is within the Instructor Center.

Lab Assignments

Submit each lab based on the following:

  1. Log into the EC-Council iLab environment.
  2. Complete the weekly lab assignment described below using EC-Council iLab.
  3. Submit the screenshots for the steps specified in each lab assignment.
  4. Write a short answer in Word format and include with the assignment submission link the following:
    1. Summarize the technical experiences in completing the lab assignment.
    2. Identify the commands that were of greatest benefit to you.
    3. Provide general comments on the overall lab assignment experience.
      Note: This is an academic writing assignment. Correct punctuation, grammar, and spelling are necessary. Points may be deducted for poor writing.

Due Week 7 and worth 30 points

Complete the following EC-Council Labs.

Note: Lab 6 contains deliverables that are partially derived from the following course required textbook: EC-Council Press. (2017). Secure Network Operating Systems and Infrastructures. (2nd ed.). Cengage Learning.

Lab Version Module Title Location Lab #: Title Deliverable(s) for Submission
Strayer
SEC 435

(CEH v9)

Hacking Mobile Platforms iLab

Module 15

Lab 1 (Exercise I): “Creating Binary Payloads using Kali Linux to Hack Android.” 1.  Screenshots after Steps 2 and 4
Lab 2 (Exercise I): “Harvesting Users’ Credentials Using Social Engineering Toolkit.” 2.  Screenshots after Steps 6, 17, and 22

Click here to view the grading rubric for this assignment.

SEC 435 Week 8 Lab 7 Latest-Strayer

Click the link above to submit your assignment.

Students, please view the “Submit a Clickable Rubric Assignment” in the Student Center.
Instructors, training on how to grade is within the Instructor Center.

Lab Assignments

Submit each lab based on the following:

  1. Log into the EC-Council iLab environment.
  2. Complete the weekly lab assignment described below using EC-Council iLab.
  3. Submit the screenshots for the steps specified in each lab assignment.
  4. Write a short answer in Word format and include with the assignment submission link the following:
    1. Summarize the technical experiences in completing the lab assignment.
    2. Identify the commands that were of greatest benefit to you.
    3. Provide general comments on the overall lab assignment experience.

Note: This is an academic writing assignment. Correct punctuation, grammar, and spelling are necessary. Points may be deducted for poor writing.

Complete the following EC-Council Labs.

Note: Lab 7 contains deliverables that are partially derived from the following course required textbook: EC-Council Press. (2017). Secure Network Operating Systems and Infrastructures. (2nd ed.). Cengage Learning.

Lab Version Module Title Location Lab #: Title Deliverable(s) for Submission
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SEC 435

(CEH v9)

Evading IDS, Firewalls and Honeypots iLab

Module

16

Lab 1 (Exercise I): “Detecting Intrusions using Snort”
  1. Screenshots after Steps 15, 36 and 46

Click here to view the grading rubric for this assignment.

SEC 435 Week 9 Assignment Case Study-Strayer

Click the link above to submit your assignment.

Students, please view the “Submit a Clickable Rubric Assignment” video in the Student Center.
Instructors, training on how to grade is within the Instructor Center.

Assignment: Case Study

Due Week 9 and worth 140 points

Research the web and find an appropriate incident related to either a successful or failed penetration testing effort, or a successful or unsuccessful hacking attempt against an organization, business or government facility.  Lay out the details of the case, and provide your analysis of what was done and why, and speculate on what should have been done, or could have been done differently.  As part of your analysis, you can speculate on what you might have done to change the outcome of your particular case.  Draw specific lessons from the case and possible recommendations for future situations.

Write a paper with no less than five pages in which you:

  1. Research the web and identify a case study with an appropriate situation related to penetration testing or hacking for or against a business, organization, or government facility.
  2. Lay out the case details, and provide your analysis of what was done and why, the results of the effort, the specific threats and vulnerabilities, and what mitigation was attempted or should have been attempted.
  3. You may speculate on what actions you might have taken in a similar situation as part of your analysis.
  4. Draw specific lessons and recommendations from your analysis of the case as part of the conclusion, and have a strong concluding paragraph.  Be sure to revise your introduction to reflect what the paper accomplished once you finish your first draft.
  5. Use no less than five quality resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and similar websites do not qualify as quality resources.

Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:

  • Be typed, double-spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
  • Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, your name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.

Grading for this assignment will be based on answer quality, logic/organization of the paper, and language and writing skills, using the following rubric.

Click here to view the grading rubric for this case study.

SEC 435 Week 10 Lab Assignment 8 Latest-Strayer

Click the link above to submit your assignment.

Students, please view the “Submit a Clickable Rubric Assignment” in the Student Center.
Instructors, training on how to grade is within the Instructor Center.

Lab Assignments

Submit each lab based on the following:

  1. Log into the EC-Council iLab environment.
  2. Complete the weekly lab assignment described below using EC-Council iLab.
  3. Submit the screenshots for the steps specified in each lab assignment.
  4. Write a short answer in Word format and include with the assignment submission link the following:
    1. Summarize the technical experiences in completing the lab assignment.
    2. Identify the commands that were of greatest benefit to you.
    3. Provide general comments on the overall lab assignment experience.

Note: This is an academic writing assignment. Correct punctuation, grammar, and spelling are necessary. Points may be deducted for poor writing.

Complete the following EC-Council Labs.

Note: Lab 8 contains deliverables that are partially derived from the following course required textbook: EC-Council Press. (2017). Secure Network Operating Systems and Infrastructures. (2nd ed.). Cengage Learning.

Lab Version Module Title Location Lab #: Title Deliverable(s) for Submission
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SEC 435

(CEH v9)

Cloud Computing iLab
Module
17
Lab 1 (Exercise I): “Building a Cloud Using OwnCloud and Wampserver” 1. Screenshots after 15, 22, 30, and 58
Lab 2 (Exercise II) “Transferring Cloud Data Over Secure Channel” 2. Screenshots after 10, 15, 19, and 34
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SEC 420

(CEH v9)

Cryptography iLab
Module
18
Lab 1 (Exercise I): “Calculating MD5 Hashes and Verifying File Integrity Using Quick Checksum Verifier” 3. Screenshot after Step 15

4. Textbook: Secure Network Infrastructures – Chapter 4 Questions 1-2

Lab 2 (Exercise III): “Basic Data Encryption Using VeraCrypt” 5. Screenshots after Steps 8 and 27
Lab 3 (Exercise IV): “Basic Data Encryption Using CrypTool” 6. Screenshots after Steps 8 and 28

Click here to view the grading rubric for this assignment.

SEC 435 Week 11 Post-Assessment-Strayer

Click the link above to submit your assignment.

Students, please view the “Submit a Clickable Rubric Assignment” in the Student Center.
Instructors, training on how to grade is within the Instructor Center.

Certification Readiness Assessment 1 and 2

Week Due Title Points
1 Certification Readiness Assessment 1: Pre-assessment 70
11 Certification Readiness Assessment 2: Post-assessment 70

A pre-assessment and post-assessment are part of the required materials for this course. These assessments use the material covered within the course in order to evaluate your exam readiness. Additional specifics surrounding the submission and grading of each assessment are located below.

Each assessment uses the same web-based CEH assessment and consists of two parts:

  • A screenshot of the CEH assessment results
  • A written self-assessment response

Pre-assessment/Post-assessment Completion Requirements

  • Complete the CEH assessment located at https://www.eccouncil.org/programs/certified-ethical-hacker-ceh/ceh-assessment.
    Note: Grading is based on participation and is not influenced by the objective score students receive on the online assessment.
  • Take a screenshot of the results page upon completion of the CEH assessment.
    Note: This screenshot serves as confirmation of the completed assessment. The screenshot should at a minimum display your score and general on-screen items. It is not necessary to include each of the itemized question results. Go to http://www.take-a-screenshot.org/ if you need a tutorial on taking a screenshot.
  • Review the interactive results that are displayed with each question. Focus your efforts to gain an understanding of your strengths and weaknesses with respect to the assessment topics, as well as the overall concepts that require additional focus.
  • Please do not be discouraged if you get a low score. This is meant to be an assessment of your knowledge, skills, and abilities coming into the course. It will help you and your Instructor to know what you may need more instruction in and what you are already familiar with.

Pre-assessment/Post-assessment Submission Requirements

Submit one Microsoft Word document which contains:

    1. A screenshot of the completed CEH assessment results.
    2. Write a short answer self-assessment in good paragraphs in Word based on the CEH assessment results in which you:
      • Summarize both your strengths and weaknesses with respect to the topics you covered in the assessment.
      • Determine the concepts that you believe challenged you the most and/or those that require additional focus.

Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:

  • Combine both elements (screenshot and written self-assessment) into one Microsoft Word document or an open-source equivalent.
  • Documentation must be typed, double-spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides.
  • Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, your name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page is not included in the required assignment page length.

Click here to view the grading rubric for this assignment.