Oracle is most widely used database in the world. Database compromises are a significant risk faced by organizations today. Database compromises seem to be constantly occurring, and many of the huge hacking that we know about today resulted because database security was improperly addressed. Attackers are going after the data that's stored in our databases!

The course "Hacking Oracle" is designed to help organizations to protect their most critical information resources. In this course, the student is lead through the process of auditing and securing Oracle by defining the risks to data, using auditing techniques for detecting unauthorized access attempts.

Throughout the course the student will be exposed to the database as seen through the eyes of an attacker, In this fashion, the student gains a better understanding of how an attacker sees the database as a target and how we can configure the database to be resistant to known and unknown attacks.

Duration

Duration

40 hours-2 classes per week

Eligibility

Eligibility

Sound knowledge on Oracle specially PL/Sql, writing Functions, Triggers, auditing, etc.
OR Successful completion of module II of Industry Ready course - https://www.isoeh.com/industry-ready.html

Course Fees

Course Fees

Rs.10,500/-

+ 18% GST

Course Details

Oracle architecture
Oracle File system
Oracle Network Architecture
Attacking the TNS Listener and Dispatchers
Hacking the Authentication Process
Oracle attack vectors and security features
Hacking default accounts
Hacking Oracle passwords and password controls
Database Intrusion
Database activity monitoring
Oracle auditing - myths and facts
Storage and maintenance of audit records
Configuring audit
Choosing what to audit
Privileged auditing
Basic audit setup - connections, privileges, failures
Auditing to the OS or to the database
Identifying suspicious activity
SQL and PL/SQL Injection
Auditing PL/SQL Code
Exploiting Triggers
Privilege Escalation
Tricking Oracle into Dropping a Policy
Host operating system security
Implementing Basic Security Practice
Locking down your database

 

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