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☑ Learn how to troubleshoot networks using Wireshark.
☑ Capture VoIP, OSPF, HTTP, Telnet and many other protocols using Wireshark.
☑ Learn how to use Wireshark for Ethical hacking.
☑ Improve your job prospects by adding Wireshark to your resume.
☑ Understand and interpret network protocols.
☑ Hack Network Protocols using Kali Linux
Learn Wireshark practically. Wireshark pcapng files provided so you can practice while you learn! There is so much to learn in this course:
- Capture Telnet, FTP, TFTP, HTTP passwords.
- Replay VoIP conversations.
- Capture routing protocol (OSPF) authentication passwords.
- Troubleshoot network issues.
- Free software.
- Free downloadable pcapng files.
- Answer quiz questions.
The course is very practical. You can practice while you learn!
Learn how to analyze and interpret network protocols and leverage Wireshark for what it was originally intended: Deep Packet Inspection and network analysis.
I also show you have to hack network protocols using Kali Linux! Hack network protocols like DTP, VTP, STP and DHCP using Ethical hacking tools included in Kali Linux.
Updates: Now includes Python scripting to automatically capture packets from the network using tshark. Lean how to automate your captures and learn how to hack the network using Python and Wireshark.
Protocols we capture and discuss in this course include:
Wireshark Installation: Windows
Wireshark Installation: Mac OS
The best way to learn!
Capture frames / packets / segments
Why are no packets captured?
Port SPAN / Mirroring
Make a choice
OSI Model - Part 1 - OSI Model Introduction
OSI Model - Part 2 - OSI Model Layers
OSI Model - Part 3 - Split of concentration
OSI Model - Part 4 - Layer 7 Application Layer
OSI Model - Part 5 - Layer 6 Presentation Layer
OSI Model - Part 6 - Layer 5 Session Layer
OSI Model - Part 7 - Top layers versus lower layers
OSI Model - Part 8 - Transport Layer
OSI Model - Part 9 - Network Layer
OSI Model - Part 10 - Data Link Layer
OSI Model - Part 11 - Physical Layer
OSI Model - Part 12 - Host Communication
OSI Model - Part 13 - Encapsulation
OSI Model - Part 14 - TCPIP versus OSI Model
Wireshark Display filters
Practical Demonstration of Wireshark Display filters
Two types of filters
Wireshark Capture Filters
Wireshark Filters: IP address / protocols
Wireshark: Hacking Passwords
Telnet Password & Data Captures
TFTP Password & Data Capture
FTP Password & Data Capture
HTTP Data Capture
Cisco router HTTP Password Capture
Replay Voice over IP calls (Virtual IP Phones)
Capture and replay voice calls (Virtual & Physical IP Phones)
Protocol Analysis: Can you troubleshoot the network?
DTP Lab: Quiz
DTP Lab: Answers
CDP, LLDP Lab: Quiz
CDP, LLDP Lab: Answers
OSPF Lab: Quiz
OSPF Lab: Answers Part 1
OSPF Lab: Answers Part 2
OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 1: Question
OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 1: Answers
OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 2: Question
OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 2: Answers
OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 3: Question
OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 3: Answers
EIGRP Lab: Questions
EIGRP Lab: Answers
EIGRP Troubleshooting Lab 1: Question
EIGRP Troubleshooting Lab 1: Answers
EIGRP Troubleshooting Lab 2: Question
EIGRP Troubleshooting Lab 2: Answers
BGP Lab: Question
BGP Lab: Answers
BGP Troubleshooting Lab: Question
BGP Troubleshooting Lab: Answers
Wireshark Tips and Tricks
Quick Wireshark Filters
Wireshark Conversation Filters
Wireshark Protocol Hierarchy
Wireshark Conversations and IO Graph
Wireshark Flow Graph
tshark and Termshark
Overview and tshark install and packet capture
Python Wireshark scripting
tshark and Pyshark installation
Basic Pyshark testing
Python Wireshark Password Captures
Lab overview and setup
iPython and interactive OSPF script
OSPF Password Python script
FTP Password Capture Python script
Telnet Password Capture Python Script
Kali Linux: Installation
Import Kali Linux (Windows 10 / VirtualBox)
Kali Linux: Network Attack Demonstrations
DTP Attack Demo
VTP Attack Demo Part 1
VTP Attack Demo Part 2
Spanning Tree Attack Demo
Demo: Mitigation of attacks
Kali Linux: DHCP attacks and Man-in-the-middle attack
Overview of lab
DHCP Starvation attack
Rogue DHCP Server; MITM attack, Wireshark password sniffing
Wireshark Quiz Questions
Wireshark Quiz 1
Wireshark Quiz 1 Answers
Wireshark Quiz 2
Wireshark Quiz 2 Answers
Wireshark Quiz 3
Wireshark Quiz 3 Answers
Wireshark Quiz 4
Wireshark Quiz 4 Answers
Wireshark Quiz 5
Wireshark Quiz 5 Answers
Wireshark Quiz 6
Wireshark Quiz 6 Answers
Wireshark Quiz 7
Wireshark Quiz 7 Answers
Wireshark Quiz 8
Wireshark Quiz 8 Answers
Wireshark Quiz 9
Wireshark Quiz 9 Answers
Wireshark Quiz 10
Wireshark Quiz 10 Answers
Wireshark Quiz 11
Wireshark Quiz 11 Answers
Wireshark Quiz 12
Wireshark Quiz 12 Answers
Wireshark Quiz 13
Wireshark Quiz 13 Answers
Wireshark Quiz 14
Wireshark Quiz 14 Answers
Wireshark Quiz 15
Wireshark Quiz 15 Answers
Wireshark Quiz 16
Wireshark Quiz 16 Answers
Wireshark Quiz 17
Wireshark Quiz 17 Answers
Wireshark Quiz 18
Wireshark Quiz 18 Answers
Wireshark Quiz 19
Wireshark Quiz 19 Answers
Wireshark Quiz 20
Wireshark Quiz 20 Answers
Wireshark Quiz 21
Wireshark Quiz 21 Answers
Wireshark Quiz 22
Wireshark Quiz 22 Answers
Wireshark Quiz 23
Wireshark Quiz 23 Answers
VTP Theory and demonstrations
Make a choice
VTP Overview Part 2
VTP on real 3750 switch
VTP - Demo: Erase switch config
VTP Demo: Overview & Switch 1 config
VTP Demo: Autonegotiation S2
VTP Demo: VTP Client
VTP Demo: Client overrides server
VTP Network Meltdown! VLANs removed from database!
VTP Demo: Network Back Again and Transparent Mode
VTP: Physical swtiches auto learn VTP domain
Spanning Tree theory and demonstrations
Spanning Tree Overview
Versions of Spanning Tree
Why is Spanning Tree Required?
BPDUs and Bridge IDs
Demo: STP Root
Root Ports and Designated Ports
Extended Bridge ID
Path Cost Part 1
Path Cost Part 2
Path Cost Part 3
PVST versus RPVST Port States
RPVST and PVST Interoperability and 802.1w and 802.1s Overview
802.1w and 802.1s Overview
802.1w Link Types
802.1s / MSTP
Spanning Tree Comparison Summary
Port SPAN (Mirroring) theory and demonstrations
SPAN network overview
Tests before SPAN
SPAN Ingress Options
SPAN - Multiple Sessions
BGP theory and demonstrations
BGP and the CCNA
BGP Looking Glass
GNS3 BGP Part 1
GNS3 BGP Part 2
GNS3 BGP Part 3
GNS3 BGP Part 4
GNS3 BGP Part 5
GNS3 BGP Part 6
GNS3 BGP Part 7
GNS3 BGP Part 8
GNS3 BGP Part 9
GNS3 BGP Part 10
Dynamic Trunk Protocol - DTP
DTP GNS3 Demo Part 1
DTP GNS3 Demo Part 2
DTP GNS3 Demo Part 3
CCNA Dynamic Trunking Protocol (DTP) Quiz: Can you answer the ccna quiz question
GNS3 Campus 1: CDP and LLDP (ICND1)
CDP Demo: Basic discovery
CDP Demo: Disable globally and per interface
CDP Demo: Command Options
LLDP Demo: Discover Linux Servers
Port Security Overview
Port Security and security mechanisms
MAC addresses Port Security: Static, Dynamic, Sticky
Port Security Demo Part 1
Port Security Demo Part 2
Port Security Demo: Sticky
Port Security Error disable and auto recovery
Finally a proper thorough breakdown of highly technical concepts you WILL see in the real world. Having worked in the field for a number of years I found this course a gold mine of information. The practice questions really help to seal in the concepts explained. Excellent course! Highly recommended!
Always learn from David, have purchased many courses, and now I don't even need to get reviewer opinions I know his courses will be worth the purchase. Best instructor for this stuff if you ask me.
This course went far beyond using Wireshark, delving into working with Cisco routers. Although I only needed the Wireshark features, I went through the entire course to see what other items I might pick up that could be useful later. David Bombal presents the topics in good detail with clear explanations.
David Bombal is definitively the best network teacher of all udemy. This course is awesome as always.
Good explanations, very detailed. Helped me to make the most out of my analyses with Wireshark. Does contain some overhead with other subjects such as security and coding and has quite a heavy focus on protocols and internal networking (switched and routers).
Great pace and very well taught. Must have basic network knowledge first before you can enjoy this course.
I already take a Course for the CCNA from David Bombal,...and they are very well explained and easy to understand. This (Wireshark) Course is it the very same level! Enjoying this a lot!!! But I recommend to have some knowledge about Networking etc...to know better of whats going on. With Networking experience this Course also shows examples here and there...so the circle closes at the end of what you had difficulties with in CCNA...why and how. Can only recommend!!
Exaclty the course I was looking for in learning how to use wireshark. There's a great section where he provides you pcap files as quizes that you have to go through and troubleshoot the network. As well as even how to use python and wireshark. Great course for someone new to networking that wants to learn wireshark in a practical way.
David has got lots of industrial experience. he goes systematically into the subject. I will recommend anyone who likes to learn Wireshark basics.
Another awesome course from David, synchronizing flow on Wireshark and Kali explained in clear and precise manner. would benefit curious network engineer and aspiring pentester alike, Recommended highly.
First time ever, I understand why the hell I need to learn OSI model, and the instructor evens give me the rythme to remember it man....
I like it alot. I found the same course at another website but it was way to expensive and no activity on the site. so i am switching to udemy for good:)
I always want to know what is going behind the scene. wire shark reveals this secrets. David is the best teacher who explained Wire shark.
The course is more like a peek into the content of CCNA rather than ethical hacking and Wireshark analysis.
great so far, all steps are done and explained so its good to understand even if you are starting from step 0