CompTIA CySA+ Labs

CompTIA CySA+ Labs

CompTIA certifications are ideal for beginners who want to pass a vendor-neutral exam. They are required if you want to work in any government role, including for companies that subcontract on government work.

Much of the CySA+ exam relies on your hands-on experience configuring and troubleshooting penetration testing tools and software. CySA+ labs will give you that knowledge and confidence. We walk you through every aspect of the syllabus, explaining the tools you can use and how to configure them.

101 Labs – CompTIA CySA+ has been updated for the latest exam syllabus:

  • CS0-003 – CompTIA CySA+

CompTIA CySA+ Labs

We take you by the hand and guide you through the CompTIA CySA+ exam syllabus topics. There is more than $400 worth of practice exams included guaranteeing your success come exam day.

CySA+ is compliant with ISO 17024 standards and approved by the US DoD to meet directive 8140/8570.01-M requirements.

The CySA+ exam features both hands-on, performance-based questions and multiple-choice questions. You must know both theory and practical application. For the role, you must not only proactively capture, monitor, and respond to network traffic findings but also understand software and application security, automation, threat hunting, and IT regulatory compliance, which affects the daily work of security analysts.

The CySA+ engineer is expected to understand the most up-to-date core security analyst skills used by threat intelligence analysts, application security analysts, compliance analysts, incident responders/handlers, and threat hunters, bringing new techniques for combating threats inside and outside of the Security Operations Center (SOC).

Cybersecurity Analysts can work from home both full-time, part-time, or as a freelancer. Study this course in conjunction with Linux, Ethical Hacking, Wireshark, and Security+ to really boost your knowledge and skill set.

This course shows you how to carry out security scans on the network to find vulnerabilities and analyze results. You learn how to use common hacking and defense tools as well as Kali Linux. It’s all hands-on, so if you want to learn the theory, please check out our sister website howtonetwork.com for the CySA+ theory course.

Follow along every step of the way as our expert instructor shares tips and secrets you can use not only to pass the exam but to succeed in the real world of internetworking.

Take this course if you:

  • Want to lay a foundation for a career in security
  • Are new to the world of IT security and want to learn all the basics
  • Don’t feel ready for advanced exams such as Certified Ethical Hacker
  • Want an understanding of network security, hacking tools, and technology
  • Want to gain confidence in your hands-on IT skills
  • Want to gain an edge in your CySA+ exam
Module 1 Threat and Vulnerability Management
Unit 1 Performing Vulnerability Research  
Unit 2 Installing OpenVAS  
Unit 3 Scanning Applications Using OpenVAS  
Unit 4 Installing Nessus  
Unit 5 Vulnerability Assessment Using Nessus  
Unit 6 Vulnerability Scanning Using Nikto  
Unit 7 Analyzing Windows System Vulnerabilities  
Unit 8 Snort Installation  
Unit 9 Configuring Snort  
Unit 10 Writing Snort Rules  
Unit 11 OWASP ZAP Basics  
Unit 12 Using ZAP to Scan Authenticated Pages  
Unit 13 WInPEAS for Windows System Vulnerabilities  
Unit 14 LinPEAS for Linux System Vulnerabilities  
Unit 15 Vulnerability Management Using Qualys  
Unit 16 Splunk Installation  
Unit 17 Searching Data and Creating Visualizations in Splunk  
Unit 18 Email Header Analysis  
Unit 19 Static Email Analysis  
Unit 20 Hybrid Analysis of Suspicious Files  
Unit 21 Anti-DDOS Guardian  
Unit 22 Android App Scanning Using Yaazhini  
Unit 23 APK Analysis Asing AndroBugs  
Unit 24 Static Analysis Using MobSF  
Unit 25 Web Vulnerability Analysis Using Burp Suite  
Unit 26 Wazuh Agent Deployment  
Unit 27 Wazuh Agent  
Unit 28 Wpscan for Vulnerability Assessment  
Module 2 Incident Response
Unit 1 Common Linux Forensics Artifacts  
Unit 2 Common Linux Forensics Artifacts - Part #2  
Unit 3 STIX Threat Intelligence  
Unit 4 Capturing Memory from a Process  
Unit 5 Automatically Analyzing Malware Capabilities Using CAPA  
Unit 6 Memory Analysis Through Autopsy  
Unit 7 PCAP Analysis Basics Using Wireshark  
Unit 8 Detecting Malicious Activity in a PCAP file Using Wireshark  
Unit 9 VirusTotal for SOC Analysis #1  
Unit 10 VirusTotal for SOC Analysis #2  
Unit 11 Document Analysis Using REMnux  
Unit 12 Extracting and Analysing VBA Code From Documents  
Unit 13 Recovering Deleted Files Using Autopsy  
Unit 14 Audio Analysis and Manipulation with Audacity.  
Module 3 Software and Systems Security
Unit 1 Installing Ghidra (Reverse Engineering Tool)  
Unit 2 Analyzing Binary Using Ghidra  
Unit 3 Reversing Binary Using Ghidra  
Unit 4 Exploiting Binary Using GDB  
Unit 5 Scanning and Reconnaissance  
Unit 6 Vulnerability Assessment  
Unit 7 Exploit Verification  
Unit 8 JADX Installation and Usage for Android APK Analysis  
Unit 9 Deep Dive into Android APK Analysis Using JADX  
Unit 10 Cracking Passwords with Volatility and John  
Unit 11 Usage of Burp Suite  
Unit 12 Recovering Passwords From Firefox  
Module 4 OSINT (Open-Source Intelligence)
Unit 1 OSINT  
Unit 2 Image OSINT  
Unit 3 Website Enumeration #1  
Unit 4 Website Enumeration #2  
Unit 5 Breached Credentials  
Unit 6 Subdomain Enumeration  
Unit 7 Website Technology Analysis  
Unit 8 Maltego for Open-source Intelligence  
Unit 9 Recon-ng  
Module 5 Digital Forensics
Unit 1 Acquiring disk image using FTK imager  
Unit 2 Analysing Image File Using Autopsy  
Unit 3 Analysing Image File Using OSForensics  
Unit 4 Acquiring Memory Image From Windows  
Unit 5 Acquiring Memory Image from Linux  
Unit 6 Acquiring Registry Hives  
Unit 7 Registry Forensics #1  
Unit 8 Registry Forensics #2  
Unit 9 Browser Forensics using Browsing History View  
Unit 10 Browser Forensics Using Hindsight Framework  
Unit 11 Analysing Windows Notifications  
Unit 12 Analysing Prefetch Files  
Unit 13 HxD and HexEd.it Usage and Installation  
Unit 14 Practical Memory Forensics Using Volatility.  
Unit 15 Practical Memory Forensics Using Volatility.#2  
Unit 16 PNGCheck and PNG File Chunk Inspector Usage and Installation  
Unit 17 MUICache analysis  
Unit 18 MFT Acquisiton Using KAPE  
Unit 19 MFT Analysis  
Unit 20 LNK Files Analysis Using LECmd  
Unit 21 Viewing Recent System Activities Using LastActivityView  
Unit 22 Acquiring Android Image Files with Belkasoft X Evidence Center  
Unit 23 Analysing Image Files with Belkasoft X Evidence Center  
Unit 24 Correcting File Format Using Hex Editor  
Module 6 Malware Analysis
Unit 1 Basic Usage of Process Explorer  
Unit 2 Viewing API Calls by API Logger  
Unit 3 Tracing Windows API Using Tiny Tracer  
Unit 4 Viewing API Calls by API Monitor  
Unit 5 Analysisng Registry Changes Using RegShot  
Unit 6 Basic Usage of ProcMon  
Unit 7 Detecting Process Masquerading with Process Explorer  
Unit 8 Detecting Process Hollowing with Process Explorer  
Unit 9 Detecting Malware Persistence Using RegRipper  
Unit 10 "Parsing Registry Hives using VSC Toolset and RegRipper. "  
Unit 11 Using MobSF.live for APK analysis  
Module 7 Red Team Adversary Emulation
Unit 1 Installing CALDERA  
Unit 2 Deploying an Agent on localhost.  
Module 8 Exams
Unit 1 Exam 1  
Unit 2 Exam 2  
Unit 3 Exam 3  
Unit 4 Exam 4  
Module 9 Bonus Labs
Unit 1 Log Level Identification and Change  
Unit 2 Time Synchronisation and Change  
Unit 3 Tracking System Processes  
Unit 4 Collecting Hardware Information