Capture the Flag (CTF) Training Course in Delhi

Recon Cyber Security provided best accredited CTF Training that offers the best CTF Training on practical exams that help aspirants gain professional skills. Students are given the opportunity to gain practical experience of participating in real CTF Challenge projects. The Recon Cyber Security CTF Training Course in Delhi is run under the highly experienced industry professionals as it operates on a mix of practical learning and learning theory. This type of comprehensive behavioral training with good exposure facilitates the complete transition of the student into a professional.Capture The Flag (CTF) Training is a kind of information security competition that challenges contestants to solve a variety of tasks. Like: basic programming exercises, to hacking your way into a server to steal data.

Included Services

  • Interview Preparation
  • 1,2,4 Hour Batches
  • 35 GB Hacking Toolkit
  • 3 Months Course Duration

Benifits of services

  • 1 Year Membership
  • Hindi or English Language
  • Online and Offline Training
  • 7+ Year Experience Trainer

Recon CTF Training content fulfills the requirement of both basic as well as advanced level CTF training.The Recon CTF Training in Delhi is designed based on industry recommendations and student needs.Recon is the best CTF Training center in Delhi The CTF Training syllabus is...

CTF Challenge course Syllabus

CTF Challenge Course Content
19 Lectures - 3 Months
🔶 Introduction
      • Finding Files
      • Services in Kali SSH Service
      • FTP Services
      • HTTP Service
      • Mysql Services
      • Service Management
🔶 Basic Linux and Commands
      • Locate
      • Which
      • Find
      • Sed
      • Awk
      • Cut
      • Sort
      • Grep
      • Head
      • Tail
      • Wget
      • Cat
🔶 Netcat Tutorials
      • Getting start with NC
      • Connecting to a Server
      • Fetching HTTP header
      • Chatting
      • Creating a Backdoor
      • Verbose Mode
      • Save Output to Disk
🔶 Port Scanning
      • TCP Delay Scan
      • UDP Scan
      • Reverse TCP Shell Exploitation
      • Randomize Port
      • File Transfer
      • Reverse Netcat Shell Exploitation
      • Banner grabbing
      • Port Scanning With Nmap & Wireshark
      • TCP Connect Scan with wireshark
      • Network Sweeping with wireshark
      • SYN Scan with wireshark
      • UDP Scan with wireshark
      • FIN Scan with wireshark
      • Null Scan with wireshark
      • OS Discovery with wireshark
      • NSE Scripts with wireshark
      • Nmap Firewall Scan
🔶 Enumeration
      • Overview
      • DNS Enumeration
      • Forward DNS Lookup
      • Reverse DNS Lookup
      • Zone Transfers
      • NetBIOS & SMB Enumeration
      • Null Sessions
      • Enum4Linux
      • SMB NSE Scripts
      • MSQL Enumeration
      • MSSQL Enumeration
      • SMTP Enumeration
      • VRFY Script
      • Python Port
      • SNMP Enumeration
      • SNMP MiB
      • SNMPWalk
🔶 Passive Info Gathering
      • Overview
      • Google Search
      • Google Hacking
      • GHDB
      • Directory Bruteforce Attack
      • Dirb
      • Dirbuster
      • Dirsearch
      • Metasploit
🔶 Reverse Shell
      • Php reverse shell
      • Python reverse shell
      • Perl reverse shell
      • Bash reverse shell
      • Msfvenom shell
🔶 Intro to Overflows
      • Overview
      • Vulnerable Code
      • Stack Overflow
🔶 Windows BO Example
      • Overview
      • Fuzzing
      • Crash Replication
      • Controlling EIP
      • Introducing Shellcode
      • Bad Characters
      • Redirecting Execution
      • Introducing Mona
      • Shellcode Payload
🔶 Linux BO Example
      • Controlling EIP
      • Locating Space
      • First Stage Shellcode
      • Locating RET
      • Generating Shellcod
🔶 Using Public Exploits
      • Overview
      • Finding Exploits
      • Exploit – DB
      • Fixing Exploits 1
      • Fixing Exploits 2
      • Cross – Compiling
🔶 File Transfers
      • Python HTTP Server
      • php http server
      • HFS Tool
      • Netcat
      • CURL
      • SMB Server
      • Powershell File Transfer
      • Bitsadmin
      • Wget
      • TFTP
      • Python
🔶 Linux Privilege Escalation
      • Suid Binaries
      • Absuing Sudo ‘ s Right
      • Kernel Exploit
      • Path Variables
      • Multiple Ways to edit / etc / passwd fill
      • Windows Privilege Escalation
      • Weak File Permissions
      • Always Install Elevated
      • Bypass UAC
      • Kernel Exploits
🔶 Web Application Attacks

      • Authentication Bypass
      • Error Based Enum
      • Blind SQL Injection
      • Attack Proxies
      • SQLMap
🔶 Password Cracking
      • Overview
      • Crunch
      • Passing the Hash
      • Password Profiling
      • Online Attacks
      • Medusa
      • Ncrack
      • Hydra
      • Password Hashes
      • Cracking Hashes
      • LM / NTLM
🔶 Port Fun
      • Overview
      • Port Forwarding
      • SSH Tunnels
      • Dynamic Proxies
      • Proxy Chains
🔶 Metasploit Framework
      • Overview
      • AUX Modules
      • SNMP Modules
      • SMB Modules
      • WEBDAV Modules
      • Database Services
      • Exploits
      • Payloads
      • Meterpreter
      • Meterpreter in Action
      • Additional Payloads
      • Binary Payloads
      • Multihandler
      • Porting Exploits
      • Post Exploitation
🔶 Antivirus Avoidance
      • Overview
      • Shellter
      • Veil – Evasion
      • thefatrat

🟢 Online / Offline Training
🟢 Live Practical training
🟢 80% Practical Training
🟢 20% Theory Training
🟢 Certificate after completion
🟢 Interview Questions
🟢 Test After completion
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frequently asked questions

Most common Question about OSCP

A CTF (Capture the Flag) challenge is a type of cybersecurity competition where participants attempt to solve various security-related puzzles and challenges to obtain flags (digital tokens) that represent victory.

To do CTF challenges, you need to register for a competition or find online platforms that offer CTF challenges. People or involvement in groups is possible. Throughout the competition, you will encounter various hurdles that will evaluate your expertise and proficiency in multiple cybersecurity domains such as cryptography, reverse engineering, online exploitation, and many others.

You must be knowledgeable in a range of cybersecurity theories and methods, including programming, cryptography, network security, and others, in order to successfully complete CTF challenges. You also need to be good at researching and analyzing information to solve the challenges. CTF challenges require both technical skills and creative problem-solving abilities.

OSCP (Offensive Security Certified Professional) is a well-known and respected cybersecurity certification course that focuses on hands-on penetration testing skills. The course covers various topics, such as network penetration testing, web application exploitation, and shellcoding, and includes a challenging exam that tests your skills.

CTF challenges for developers can focus on testing their programming skills, secure coding practices, and knowledge of application security. These challenges can involve finding vulnerabilities in code, exploiting weaknesses in web applications, and more.

CTF may be an excellent chance for beginners to learn about cybersecurity with practical experience. There are many online tools available to assist newcomers in getting started, and CTF challenges fit for multiple skill levels. CTF challenges can also be a fun and engaging way to learn about cybersecurity.

CTF in cybersecurity refers to Capture the Flag challenges, which are cybersecurity competitions where participants solve various security-related puzzles and challenges to obtain flags (digital tokens) that represent victory. CTF challenges can cover various topics, such as cryptography, reverse engineering, web exploitation, and more, and are designed to test the participants' knowledge and skills in different cybersecurity areas.

CTF चुनौतियां काइबर सुरक्षा में एक प्रकार की सेवा होती हैं, जहाँ प्रतिभागी विभिन्न सुरक्षा संबंधित पहेलियों और चुनौतियों को हल करने का प्रयास करते हैं, ताकि वे जीत का प्रतीक (डिजिटल टोकन) प्राप्त कर सकें।

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