Computing is an important part of everyday life in the twenty-first century. From music and photos to banking and communicating, computers have changed the way we work and live. This course introduces you to the fundamentals of computing, explains the components of a computer, explores operating system basics, and shows you how to use a mouse and a keyboard.
It’s easy to use a computer safely and responsibly if you know how. This course will help you gain confidence in computing by explaining the risks and threats to computer security and privacy so that you can understand and prevent them.
From mobile phones to MP3 players to digital cameras, computers are changing our everyday lives. This course introduces you to new digital technologies, including digital audio, digital video, and digital photography. It explores how these and other computing technologies are creating new career opportunities and shaping the world we live in.
After completing this course, you should be able to recognize sensitive personal and business information, describe the importance of Information Privacy and Information Security and take steps to manage and protect sensitive information appropriately. This course is appropriate for all associates.

Topics include

  • Overview
  • Basics
  • Modules
  • Using Modules for Recon (Auxiliary)
  • Use Modules for Exploits
  • MSFVenom – Payload
  • Searchsploit + Metasploit
  • Meterpreter - Listener
  • Android Exploitation with Metasploit
  • Sessions
  • Post Exploitation
  • Live Demos

1 Hour Video Content:

There are hundreds of software applications available today. This course explores the most common productivity software applications that are used in business, in education, and at home. The course teaches you how to select the right software for your project. You will learn the fundamentals of word processing, spreadsheets, presentation software, and databases.
The Internet can connect you to people, information, and resources around the world. This course shows you how to connect to the Internet, browse Web pages, navigate Web sites, use search engines, and exchange e-mail with others.