Any video series to pick up hands on knowledge of practical part

kabooterkabooter Member Posts: 115
Is there a video series available anywhere (free or paid) that actually demonstrates the practical training required for Sec+?
By practical training I mean it shows exactly how to perform a man in the middle attack, run vulnerability scanner, analyze traffic or logs etc. I know individual videos covering above all up on youtube and safaribooks but how about a single series of videos covering Sec+ only?

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  • atippettatippett Member Posts: 154
    It's great you're wanting to know how to perform these tasks, but just remember for the Sec+ exam you don't need to know how to perform them. Just the theory behind them.
  • ultm8mindultm8mind Member Posts: 111
    ^ what he said. Also, if you find out how to post it up.
  • kabooterkabooter Member Posts: 115
    Its true that one does not need much of hands on experience for exam but I would like to have some hands on experience. That is the only way I can feel more confident that I know what I am talking about.
    If anyone knows of any source that one can view to get a good idea about Pen Testing and Vuln Scans please share it here. Thank you
  • kabooterkabooter Member Posts: 115
    I have found some videos on youtube covering the hands on labs but very few. Has anyone seen any videos covering the following hands on activities?
    Hands-on activity
    a. Scan web browser plug-ins
    b. Configure Microsoft Windows Data Execution (DEP) prevention
    c. Set web browser security
    d. Hosts file attack
    e. ARP poisoning
    f. Create an HTTP header
    g. Manage flash cookies
    h. Getting started with Kali Linux
    i. IP spoofing with Hping3
    j. ARP poisoning
    k. Man in the middle attack
    PART II – Application, data and host security
    4. Host, application and data security


    Hands-on activity
    a. Setting Windows local security policy
    b. Viewing Windows firewall settings
    c. Analyze files and URLs for viruses using VirusTotal
    d. Exploring the Windows Server 2012 R2 security configuration wizard
    e. Creating a security template
    f. Analyzing security configurations
    g. Applying security settings from a security template and verifying system compliance
    h. Auditing object access


    Hands-on activity
    a. Using OpenPuff steganography
    b. Running an RSA demonstration
    c. Installing command-line hash generators and comparing hashes
    d. Installing GUI hash generators and comparing digests
    e. Using Microsoft’s Encrypting File System (EFS)
    f. Using TrueCrypt
    g. Encrypting files from the command prompt
    h. Demonstration encryption security
    i. Examining the relationship between EFS and NTFS permissions
    j. Using EFS recovery agent certificates
    k. Breaking the code
    6. Advanced cryptography
    Hands-on activity
    a. SSL server and client tests
    b. Viewing digital certificates
    c. Viewing digital Certificate Revocation Lists (CRL) and untrusted certificates
    d. Downloading and installing a digital certificate
    e. Using a digital certificate for signing documents
    f. Installing certificate services
    g. Configuring secure sockets layer
    h. Using certificate services web enrollment
    i. Configuring certificate auto-enrollment
    j. Acceptable encryption policy
  • TheFORCETheFORCE Senior Member Member Posts: 2,298 ■■■■■■■■□□
    You need to look at elearnsecurity and they PTS course, it covers all that plus hands on labs. Udemy also has some courses that people on this forum have tried and liked.
  • NetworkingStudentNetworkingStudent Member Posts: 1,407 ■■■■■■■■□□
    I took this exam and I really didn't need any videos. All I really needed was darril's book. If you want labs IT pro tv has labs.

    Here is the link for Darrils book:
    Security+ Study Resources - Get Certified Get Ahead
    When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened."

    --Alexander Graham Bell,
    American inventor
  • nisti2nisti2 Member Posts: 502 ■■■■□□□□□□
    Hi Networking Student:

    How good is ITPro TV Labs? Could you share more info, thanks!
    2020 Year goals:
    Already passed: Oracle Cloud, AZ-900
    Taking AZ-104 in December.

    "Certs... is all about IT certs!"
  • Jae102Jae102 Member Posts: 7 ■■■□□□□□□□
    Testout.com Has a lot of practical labs to do as well.
  • hunterthuntert Banned Posts: 231
    keith barker has videos on cbt nuggats
  • kabooterkabooter Member Posts: 115
    Thank you for replying.
    I am not worried about the actual exam. My interest is to see in practice what the books cover. I tried to get hands on experience for sec+ labs but it has been a fruitless, frustrating search. No one seems to have the labs set up. And one or two that had it wanted $1000 for a day!
    I will certainly check out some of the sites mentioned in this thread for videos. Meanwhile if anyone comes across any videos covering hands on exercises of sec+ or even CEH please post them here.
    Thanks again
  • kabooterkabooter Member Posts: 115
    I am still looking for some of above activities videos. if anyone has seen them please let me know
    kabooter wrote: »
    Thank you for replying.
    I am not worried about the actual exam. My interest is to see in practice what the books cover. I tried to get hands on experience for sec+ labs but it has been a fruitless, frustrating search. No one seems to have the labs set up. And one or two that had it wanted $1000 for a day!
    I will certainly check out some of the sites mentioned in this thread for videos. Meanwhile if anyone comes across any videos covering hands on exercises of sec+ or even CEH please post them here.
    Thanks again
  • justarandomusernamejustarandomusername Member Posts: 7 ■□□□□□□□□□
    Pass Sec+ then you can get hired somewhere and get all the hands on experience you want and more.
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