Rocheston Certified Cybersecurity Engineer Level 2 (RCCE® Level 2)

RCCE® Level 2 is a futuristic, advanced hacking course. The student should have gone through the RCCE® Level 1 program which is a mandatory requirement. 

Course/Certification Name:

Rocheston Certified Cybersecurity Engineer Level 2 (RCCE Level 2)

Duration (In Days):

5 Days

Type of Training:


Course/Certification Level:


Career Track/Job Roles:

  • Security Engineer
  • Security Penetration Tester
  • Incident Responder
  • Security Operation Analyst
  • Digital Forensic Specialist
  • Cyber Risk Analyst
  • Other



Course/Certification Overview:

The RCCE Level 2 program will give you a detailed, in-depth knowledge and hands-on labs. You will have mastery over hacking technologies and tools. The Level 2 program covers current and future hacking exploits using AI and ML. For instance, it looks at advanced blockchain exploits, quantum computing and cryptography, advanced ransomware and cryptojacking, etc. The RCCE Level1 is a mandatory requirement to move to RCCE Level 2.

Training Objective(s):

  • Utilize sophisticated and extremely advanced phishing techniques.
  • Carry out advanced blockchain exploits, cryptocurrency mining attacks and cyberweapon attacks.
  • Understand quantum computing and advanced
  • cloud security.
  • Complement RCCE Level 1, RCCE Level 2 imparts specialist knowledge on persistent privacy problems,
  • IoT vulnerabilities,open source intelligence, sophisticated stealth tools in the Dark web and other specialist concepts. Understand the types of cryptography and its history, encryption, data protection, key generation algorithms, RSA security and cryptography.
  • Mail authentication tokens, authorization, and implementation of private servers.
  • 100% hands on labs with over 100 Cyberrange exercises covering different vulnerabilities and exploits so candidates can get actual, working, hands-on knowledge of securing a system against different vulnerabilities.


  • 2 years work experience in IT or a related field

Learning Outcome(s):

  • Learn Advanced Attack Techniques.
  • Become an expert in Advanced Spear Phishing Techniques
  • Understand the nuances of Deep Network Insights for
  • Deeper Analytics
  • Master Advanced Blockchain Exploits and Cryptocurrency
  • Mining Attacks
  • Grasp the concepts of Deepfakes and Generating Automated
  • Fake News
  • Follow and assimilate Cognitive-Powered Security
  • Intelligence Platform
  • Develop expertise in Hacking Biometric Security, and
  • Facial Recognition Systems
  • Obtain knowledge in Attacking Hidden Endpoint
  • Management Firewalls and IDS
  • Learn interesting tools in Advanced Mobile Phone Hacking,
  • Spying, GPS and Monitoring
  • Comprehend hacking tools for Home Automation and IoT Gadgets

Skills Outcome:

  • Complementing RCCE foundation, advanced RCCE imparts specialist knowledge on persistent privacy problems, IoT vulnerabilities, penetration testing, insecure networks and other specialist concepts.
  • Penetration tests attempt to utilize vulnerabilities to identify if unauthorized activity is possible. RCCEs will have extensive knowledge carrying out effective penetration tests.
  • Learn about mail authentication tokens, authorization, and implementation of private servers. Private servers are a sure-fire way of having completely encrypted communication.
  • Learn about testing business infrastructure, and the state of the server if the web connection is terminated.
  • Protect yourself from remote exploits by testing for vulnerabilities within your existing devices and infrastructure.
  • Hands-on penetration testing knowledge



  • Module 1: Sophisticated and Extremely Advanced Phishing Techniques Harvested by Chinese and Russian Hackers
  • Module 2: Deep Network Insights for Deeper Analytics
  • Module 3: Read Privileged Kernel Memory and Leak Data to Escalate Privileges
  • Module 4: Advanced Blockchain Exploits and Cryptocurrency Mining Attacks
  • Module 5: Sophisticated Government use of Cyberweapon Attacks and How they work
  • Module 6: Principles of Quantum Entanglement to Secure Communication (Unhackable networks)
  • Module 7: Guidance For Cybersecurity Disclosure and Advanced Techniques for Cyber Bounty hunting
  • Module 8: Advanced Mobile Banking and ATM Trojans
  • Module 9: Quantum Computing and Cryptography
  • Module 10: Dark Web and How to Download Sophisticated Stealth Tools
  • Module 11: Advanced Cloud Security – Azure, AWS, Digital Ocean, Google VM.
  • Module 12: H2O Driverless AI, Amazon SageMaker, and Azure Machine Learning AutoML
  • Module 13: Deepfakes and Generating Automated Fake news
  • Module 14: Advanced Threat Modelling Attacks
  • Module 15:  Cognitive-Powered Security Intelligence Platform
  • Module 16: Advanced Ransomware and Cryptojacking Attacks
  • Module 17: Open Source Intelligence in Cybersecurity
  • Module 18: Attacking AI Chatbot and Voice Assistants – Siri, Google Home and Alexa
  • Module 19: DeepLocker: How AI Can Power a Stealthy New Breed of Malware
  • Module 20: Cybersecurity Insurance
  • Module 21: Advanced File System Protection With Cyber Deception
  • Module 22: Legal AI: How Machine Learning Is Aiding, Concerning Law Practitioners
  • Module 23: Advanced Threat Hunting Techniques
  • Module 24: Vulnerability Management Process Based on Weaponization and Asset Value
  • Module 25: Passwordless Authentication With FIDO
  • Module 26: Advanced PowerShell Attacks
  • Module 27: Next Generation of the Cyber Range Attacks
  • Module 28: Advanced Payment Gateway and Financial Cyberattacks
  • Module 29: Developing Immersive Cybersecurity Simulation
  • Module 30: Advanced DDOS Attacks Using IoT Botnets
  • Module 31: Attacking Hidden Endpoint Management Firewalls and IDS
  • Module 32: Advanced BGP Router Attacks
  • Module 33: Machine Learning with Automated Software Vulnerabilities
  • Module 34: Hacking Medical IoT Devices
  • Module 35: Hacking Biometric Security, and Facial Recognition Systems
  • Module 36: Threat Intelligence Models for Cyber Warfare
  • Module 37: Artificial Intelligence and Cyberwarfare
  • Module 38: Hacking Connected Cars
  • Module 39: Hacking Power Grids
  • Module 40: Advanced Mobile Phone Hacking, Spying, GPS and Monitoring
  • Module 41: Home Automation and IoT Gadgets
  • Module 42: How To Use Tensorflow
  • Module 43: Advanced EMP Cyberattacks
  • Module 44: Hacking heart devices, pacemakers, insertable cardiac
  • Module 45: Integrating IoT Security Into  Vulnerability Management Program
  • Module 46: Containers & Cloud Native Security
  • List of Cyberrange Exercises
  • Skytower
  • Babelfish
  • Mason Mania
  • Waterfront
  • Bullet Edge
  • Alien Emergency
  • Strife of Campaigns
  • Burn of Opportunity
  • Paradise and Space
  • Disarray and Predators
  • Blockback
  • Hellnite
  • Dreadstar
  • Altercore
  • Obsidian Destiny
  • Global Realm
  • War of Bravery
  • Spirits of Blasphemy
  • Angel and Whispers
  • Sorrow and Tranquility
  • Dragonrage
  • Battlemist
  • Borderspace
  • Borderstorm
  • Eternal Code
  • Amber Command
  • Elves of Time
  • Conquest of Secrets
  • King and Society
  • Wisdom and Infinity
  • Battleview
  • Evoblade
  • Astromind
  • Castlebot
  • AmberWish
  • Fatal Sun
  • Spirits of Traps
  • Crowns of Danger
  • Creatures and Art
  • Valor and Monsters
  • Dynaville
  • Heavenrage
  • Grimbot
  • Innerflight
  • Haunted Island
  • Global Origin
  • Barbarians of Revelations
  • Spirits of Murder
  • Throne and Path
  • Paradise and Serenity
  • Brutalcry
  • Farmaster
  • Evoside
  • Nightmare
  • Altered Honor
  • War Planet
  • Ghosts of Justice
  • Wizards of Fate
  • Evil and Age
  • Survival and Shadows
  • Grimtrail
  • Cyberrush
  • Phantomville
  • Questmare
  • Mortal Evolution
  • War Mirror
  • Vikings of Memories
  • Mysteries of Legacies
  • Heroes and Beginning
  • Doom and Serenity
  • Embership
  • Battlerush
  • Hallowstorm
  • Astromist
  • Enchanted Betrayal
  • Last Ego
  • Kings of Justice
  • Dreams of Miracles
  • Gravity and Soul
  • Heroes and Murder
  • Ironville
  • Heaventomb
  • Crystalway
  • Cyberdrift
  • Mortal Downfall
  • Blood Mirror
  • Ghosts of Bravery
  • Magic of Legacies
  • Mountain and House
  • Angels and Memories
  • Battleville
  • Evercast
  • Lightmind
  • Abyssborne
  • King’s Abyss
  • Demonic Cry
  • Lords of Betrayal
  • Demons of Justice
  • Circle and World
  • Kings and Happiness
  • Herorealm
  • Fardoom
  • Demonwatch
  • Battleflight
  • Star Kingdom
  • Star Tribe
  • Conquest of Origins
  • Illusions of Legends
  • Mystery and Time
  • Ancestors and Spirits
  • Evoside
  • Herodoom
  • Ebonpath
  • Cloudside

Certificate Samples:

  • Certificate of Achivement
  • Certificate of Participation


I recently completed the #RCCE Level 2 training. It was a very intensive and immersive training and serves as a perfect continuation to the Level 1 training. The CyberRange was incredibly powerful in teaching extreme hacking techniques and provided ample opportunity for practice.

The advanced modules at this level teaches about the deep web, dark web, fake news generation, hacking biomedical devices, among others. What is even more exciting is that this course is being constantly updated. What I have heard is that the next edition of the course will also feature a module on hacking Smart TVs.

Every single person interested in cybersecurity should take the #RCCE Level 1 and progress on to #RCCE Level 2 This is cutting edge stuff. Resecure everything. Retrain everyone. Be a #cyberninja.

“Ir. Tejinder Singh, RCCE Student and Cybersecurity Trainer”

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