Certification name: ICSI | CPT Certified Penetration Tester
The ICSI | CPT Certified Penetration Tester certification confirms the holder’s ability to properly conduct a penetration test based on industry standards.
- Penetration test engagement, scope planning, and reconnaissance
- Scanning, exploitation and post exploitation
- Web application testing and password attacks
Who will benefit from this course:
- Security professionals
- Ethical hackers
- Penetration testers
Exam certification objectives:
After the successful completion of the exam, students will be able to understand and where applicable apply the following:
- Port Scanning, Enumeration and Application Fingerprinting: Identify open ports, the service and version that runs on each open port.
- Operating System Fingerprinting: Identify the exact operating system that runs on each host.
- Domain Reconnaissance and Active Directory: Identify domain membership, workgroups and key servers in the target network. Also identify and analyse accessible SMB shares and Active Directory roles.
- User Enumeration: Identify valid users using different techniques against well-known protocols such as SMTP and Finger.
- Exploiting Windows Vulnerabilities: Identify Windows vulnerabilities, exploit them and identify content on files.
- Exploiting Unix/Linux Vulnerabilities: Identify Unix/Linux vulnerabilities, exploit them and identify content on files.
- Web Application Enumeration and Exploitation: Identify the different web servers, HTTP methods and exploit vulnerabilities such as file upload and directory traversal.
- Database Enumeration: Identify database ports and database versions.
Exam code: CPT-INF
Number of questions: 50
Type of questions: Performance-based multiple choice
Test duration: 3 Hours
Passing score: 70%
All ICSI Certification exams are web-based and required to be remote proctored through ProctorU.
Cost: GBP 200
Every three years