Why Mastery of Web Application Is Important
Most of the work we do on a day-to-day basis is based on the cloud, using cloud-based apps.
There are currently 43,986 exploits ( and growing) in the Google Hacking Database and the total number of Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) is at a record high in 2020 with over 18,000 published in 2020 alone! Now, with so many published vulnerabilities, it is important to learn to defend your applications. It’s obvious that traditional protections like firewalls alone do not secure web applications. Defenders need deep understanding of the most critical security risks to web applications such as the OWASP Top 10.
And what better way to learn to gain familiarity and defend than to attack!
Test your skills and learn to hack applications with Web Application Hacking and Security. Whether you are a beginner, or an experienced ethical hacker, with Web Application Hacking and Security you will hack by working through a variety of challenges from SQL Injection, to Security Misconfigurations, to cross-site-scripting – and more.
The Complete Hands-On Guide
to Web Application Hacking and Security
From the team that brought you the Certified Ethical Hacker
100% Performance based Course!
No Death by Powerpoint!
Learn by Doing!
Step By Step Video Instruction
- Advanced Web Application Penetration Testing
- Advanced SQL Injection (SQLi)
- Reflected, Stored and DOM-based Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
- Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF) – GET and POST Methods
- Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF)
- Security Misconfigurations
- Directory Browsing/Bruteforcing
- CMS Vulnerability Scanning
- Network Scanning
- Auth Bypass
- Web App Enumeration
- Dictionary Attack
- Insecure Direct Object Reference Prevention (IDOR)
- Broken Access Control
- Local File Inclusion (LFI)
- Remote File Inclusion (RFI)
- Arbitrary File Download
- Arbitrary File Upload
- Using Components with Known Vulnerabilities
- Command Injection
- Remote Code Execution
- File Tampering
- Privilege Escalation
- Log Poisoning
- Weak SSL Ciphers
- Cookie Modification
- Source Code Analysis
- HTTP Header modification
- Session Fixation
If you are tasked with implementing, managing, or protecting web applications, then this course is for you. If you are a cyber or tech professional that is interested in learning or recommending mitigating methods to a myriad of web security issues and want a pure hands on program, then this is the course you have been waiting for. Additionally, this course will benefit:
- Penetration Tester
- Ethical Hacker
- Web Application Penetration Tester/Security Engineer/Auditor
- Red Team Engineer
- Information Security Engineer
- Risk/Vulnerability Analyst
- Vulnerability Manager
- Incident responder
How You Will Learn – Complete Walkthrough Instruction & Challenge Based Environment
Unlike many Capture the Flag challenges and Vulnerable Virtual Machines, Web Application Hacking and Security provides the challenger with the ability to follow an instructor as he makes his way through the challenges. He will present some alternatives, do scans, upload malicious payloads, and crack passwords from his home computer just like you are.
– But don’t rely on the walkthrough; challenge yourself and see how far you can get. Play some of walkthrough, then pause and try some more.
In the process you will learn about application vulnerabilities and web application hacking. Even though this will prove useful for other CTF contests, and in cracking VVMs, it will be even more useful to your career as you learn to defend your applications and progress to Web Application Hacking and Security.
You will encounter security misconfigurations, SQL injection vulnerabilities, directory browsing vulnerabilities, enumeration vulnerabilities, and opportunities to escalate privileges and gain access to privileged information.
Each section of Break the Code brings progressively more difficult challenges. There are always multiple paths to take, but few that will get you to the prize and move you up on the leader board.
Most of the work we do on a day-to-day basis is done with cloud-based apps. Apps that are vulnerable to cyber-attacks.
There are currently 43,986 exploits in the Google Hacking Database and the total number of Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) is at a record high with over 18,000 published in 2020. Now, with over 123,454 published vulnerabilities, it is important to learn to defend our applications. And there’s no better defence than a good offense.
Test your skills and learn to hack applications with Web Application Hacking and Security. Whether you are a beginner, or an experienced ethical hacker, Web Application Hacking and Security offers something for all skill levels. You will hack by working through a variety of challenges from SQL Injection, to Security Misconfigurations, to cross-site-scripting – and more.
Web Application Hacking and Security has challenges derived from the engaging iLab environments of EC Council – from Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), to the Certified Penetration Testing Professional (CPENT); from Certified Application Security Engineer (CASE) .Net to Java. But Web Application Hacking and Security goes beyond this to more difficult scenarios as you advance through each problem.
Web Application Hacking and Security is like a Capture The Flag (CTF) competition meant to test your hacking skills. But with Web Application Hacking and Security you can keep trying until you get it. Test your skills and work alone to solve complex problems or follow the instructor as he does a walkthrough to help you learn Web Application Hacking and Security.
Watch your name rise on the leader board, a place where you’ll see who’s cracking the most challenges, who’s making the most progress, who’s cranking out the [email protected]$!
- Good understanding of web application working
- Basic working knowledge of the Linux command line
- Basic knowledge of OSes and file systems
- Basic knowledge of Bash and/or Python scripting
- A machine (preferably a virtual machine) running a penetration testing Linux distribution such as Parrot Security/Kali Linux
- CPU: 64-bit Intel i3/i5/i7 2.0+ GHz processor
- RAM: 4 GB
- A stable internet connection with a minimum of 5mbps download and 1mbps upload speed