Web Application Penetration Test & Ethical Hacking

This course’s primary audience is anyone who has a personal or professional interest in learning web penetration test.

Course preview:

programming
Play Video

Learn the basics and a bit beyond, from zero knowledge and skill to decent playing skill

ava4.png
Utkarsh Bhargava

Infosec professional

₹ 6999

Who Should Attend

Security professionals, Ethical Hackers, Students, Web Developers

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge about Linux/Windows command line.

Delivery Methods

                                                                                                                                                                                                       Classroom  |  Online  | Onsite

  • 55 Lessons
  • 6 Weeks
  • Ask A Question

There is no doubt that web application security is a current and newsworthy subject. For all concerns the stakes are very high: for businesses that derive increasing revenue from e-commerce, for users who trust webapps with sensitive information, and for cyber criminals who can make big money by stealing data. Reputation plays a critical role. Few people wants to do business with in-secure web, so few organizations wants to disclose details about their own security flaws or data breaches. Hence, it is not a trivial task to obtain reliable information about the state of web application security today.

Career Opportunities

​After taking this course you will be able to assess a web app’s security posture and will be able to demonstrate the impact of discovered vulnerability. You will also able to deliver high-value web penetration test, discover and exploit web application vulnerabilities.

Course contents

  • The evolution of web
  • Understanding the web
  • Introduction to TCP/IP
  • Web hackers toolkit
  • HTTP Protocol
  • HTTP Status Codes
  • HTTPS Protocol
  • Cookies
  • URL Encoding
  • Web Sockets
  • OWASP testing guide
  • PCI Penetration testing guide
  • Penetration Testing Execution Standard
  • NIST 800-115
  • Penetration Testing Framework
  • Information Systems Security Assessment Framework (ISSAF)
  • Open Source Security Testing Methodology Manual (“OSSTMM”)
  • FedRAMP Penetration Test Guidance
  • CREST Penetration Testing Guide
  • Information gathering
  • Network Scanning
  • DNS Harvesting & whois
  •  Opensource Intelligence
  • Web spidering
  • Interception proxies
  • Discovering hidden content
  • Analyzing the application
  • Mapping the Attack Surface
  • Testing application configuration
  • Identifying configuration flaws
  • Shellshock & Heartbleed 
  • Testing weak ciphers
  • Identifying information leakage
  • Authentication technologies
  • Design flaws in authentication
  • Authentication testing
  • Username Harvesting
  • Session tracking
  • Session fixation
  • Bypass Flaws
  • Vulnerable web app
  • Command injection
  • File inclusion attacks (LFI/RFI)
  • SQL injection
  • SQL injection tools
  • Introduction to java script
  • Type of XSS
  • XSS attacks in action
  • Finding & exploitation XSS vulnerabilities
  • BeEF framework
  • Cross site request forgery
  • Logic attacks
  • Python for hackers
  • WPScan & W3AF
  • Metaspolit framework
  • Introduction to reporting
  • Effective report writing

Related Courses

Play Video

Advance web exploitation

Learn the basics and a bit beyond to improve your backend dev skills.

y11.png
Justin Macon

Studio X

Play Video

Network Penetration test

Learn the basics and a bit beyond to improve your backend dev skills.

y11.png
Justin Macon

Studio X

Get Started Now

Because You Deserve The Best.

1 +
Tutorials
1 +
Students
1 +
Tutorial Categories