CREST Registered Tester (CRT)

Summary

CREST Registered Penetration Tester is a practical evaluation in which the candidate is expected to find known vulnerabilities in networks, applications, databases and latest technologies.
Our course is closely aligned to syllabus defined by CREST for Security CREST Registered Penetration Tester (CRT) examination. The Certification Examination has one component: a practical assessment which is examined using multiple choice answers (CSPA). The practical assessment tests candidates’ hands-on penetration testing methodology and skills against reference networks, hosts and applications

The CREST CPSA training is the required baseline qualification for a career in Penetration Testing and must be obtained before the CRT examination.

  • In this course the student will learn to develop to the maximum their capacities as professional pentester
  • The course makes a deep analysis of the phases, methodology and techniques
  • The course is oriented 100% to practice
  • The course material includes access to the academy, support material, exercises, videos and access to laboratories
  • On-line instructors to answer questions and follow-up
  • The laboratories expose real scenarios of working life
  • No limit of access to the academy and its content
  • Periodic updates
  • 90 Days to access of virtual laboratories

Pre-requisites

PRE-REQUISITES

  • Basic understanding of networking: TCP/IP, Routing, Forwarding, OSI model
  • Reading and understanding C, Python, JAVA, PHP code will help although not mandatory.
  • Basic understanding of HTTP protocol, Cookies, Sessions
  • Understanding of IT Security matters and basics of Penetration Testing
  • No development skills required.
  • CSPA is mandatory to can take the practical part (CRT)
Information

SUMMARY

CREST Registered Penetration Tester (CRT)

CREST Registered Penetration Tester is a practical evaluation in which the candidate is expected to find known vulnerabilities in networks, applications, databases and latest technologies.
Our course is closely aligned to syllabus defined by CREST for Security CREST Registered Penetration Tester (CRT) examination.

The CREST CPSA training is the required baseline qualification for a career in Penetration Testing and must be obtained before the CRT examination.

Material

MATERIAL

  • +50  Pentest video on Infrastructure and +35 Pentest video on Web Applications
  • Online teachers to answer questions and follow-up
  • Multiplatform access to the academy
  • Exam multi-choose questions
  • Practical exercises and proofs of concept
  • Private access by VPN 24×7 to all laboratories
This training course is for

THIS TRAINING  COURSE IS FOR

  • Pentesters
  • IT Professionals
  • Managers / Managers
  • Developers
  • System Administrators
  • Security enthusiasts who want to expand knowledge
  • CERTS
You will be able to

Upon completion of this course you will be able

  • You will have the necessary knowledge to take the CRT exam without fear and with guarantees of being able to pass the exam
  • Develop a personalised scope and implement commitment rules for penetration testing projects to ensure that work is focused, well defined and performed safely
  • Learn how to carry out a detailed recognition using documents metadata, search engines and other publicly available information sources to develop a technical and organizational understanding of the target environment
  • A deep knowledge in the enumeration and exploitation of windows and unix systems
  • Learn methodologies and how to write high-level executive and technical reports
  • Use Nmap to perform full network scans, port scanning, operating system fingerprints
  • Learn how to correctly execute the Nmap Scripting Engine scripts to extract detailed information from the target systems
  • Configure and deploy Nessus to discover vulnerabilities through authenticated and unauthenticated scans safely
  • Analyze the output of the scanning tools to manually verify the findings and perform a false positive reduction
  • Use the Windows and Linux command lines to loot target systems to obtain vital information that can further improve the progress of penetration tests
  • Set up the Metasploit exploit tool to scan, explode and then pivot through a deep target environment
  • Apply a detailed methodology in your web application penetration tests: recognition, application map, discovery and exploitation
  • Analyze successfully the results of the tools
  • Validate the findings, determine their impact on the business and eliminate false positives
  • Discover and exploit web vulnerabilities manually
  • Discover and exploit TOP10 failures of OWASP 2017 and determine the true risk to the organization
  • Create configurations and use tools to streamline the process
  • Explain the impact for the organization when the operation is successful.
  • Analyze the traffic between the client and the server application
Hands-on Training

Real Environment

  • Enumerate Services
  • Gathering
  • Pivoting
  • Windows Enumeration and Discover
  • Web application assessment
  • Find Vulnerable Services
  • Databases Assessment
  • Unix Assessment
  • Common passwords
  • Weak passwords
  • Missing patching
  • Methodologies

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Online Option
£1800 Ex VAT
  • ONE PACK - CPSA + CRT Training

VIRTUAL LABS

The most sophisticated virtual lab on Penetration Testing is now made available to practice as securely and realistically as possible, simulating real situations in the everyday life of a professional pentester. The student will connect via VPN to the remote virtual lab network where vulnerable workstations/servers will be made available for testing.

CREST Registered Tester (CRT) - Practical Exam

Network mapping and network device assessment stage
Unix
Windows
Web Application Assessment
Preparation for the CRT exam
Examination FAQs
Network mapping and network device assessment stage
    • A5 Record keeping, interim reporting & final results
    • B1 IP protocols
    • B2 Network architectures
    • B4 Network mapping & target identification
    • B5 Interpreting tool output
    • B6 Filtering avoidance techniques
    • C2 Domain Name System (DNS)
    • D1 Management protocols
    • D2 Network traffic analysis
    • D3 Networking protocols
Unix
  • A5 Record keeping, interim reporting & final results
  • B5 Interpreting tool output
  • B8 OS fingerprinting
  • B9 Application fingerprinting and evaluating unknown services
  • B13 File system permissions
  • B14 Audit techniques
  • F1 User enumeration
  • F2 Unix vulnerabilities
  • F3 FTP
  • F4 Sendmail / SMTP
  • F5 Network File System (NFS)
  • F6 R* services
  • F7 X11
  • F8 RPC services
  • F9 SSH
  • G2 Web servers and their flaws
  • G4 Web protocols
Windows
  • A5 Record keeping, interim reporting & final results
  • B5 Interpreting tool output
  • B8 OS fingerprinting
  • E1 Domain reconnaissance
  • E2 User enumeration
  • E3 Active Directory
  • E4 Windows passwords
  • E5 Windows vulnerabilities
  • E8 Exchange
  • E9 Common Windows applications
  • G2 Web servers and their flaws
  • G4 Web protocols
  • J1 Microsoft SQL Server
Web Application Assessment
  • A5 Record keeping, interim reporting & final results
  • C3 Customer web site analysis
  • G2 Web servers and their flaws
  • H3 Information gathering from web mark-up
  • I1 Web site structure discovery
  • I2 Cross-site scripting attacks
  • I3 SQL injection
  • I6 Parameter manipulation
  • I7 Data confidentiality & integrity
  • I8 Directory traversal
  • I9 File uploads
  • I10 Code injection
  • I12 Application logic flaws
  • J1 Microsoft SQL server
  • J3 Web / App / Database connectivity
Preparation for the CRT exam

iHackLabs has prepared test simulations based on their laboratories to improve the probability of success of passing the practical CREST exam.

The CREST Registered Penetration Tester examination costs £395 + VAT and is delivered at a CREST examination centre.

iHackLabs has used the CREST notes to create a dynamic environment, where to improve the speed, the methodology and the guarantees of having all the available knowledge to successfully overcome this certification.

It is possible to obtain more information how is the exams in the next link of CREST

https://www.crest-approved.org/wp-content/uploads/crest-notes-for-candidates-CRT-v2.0.pdf

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