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Web Application Hacking and Penetration Testing

Web Application Hacking and Penetration Testing
Web Application Hacking and Penetration Testing

Web Application Hacking and Penetration Testing

Learn how to use tools and techniques to do pen tests and ethical hacks on web applications.

What you’ll learn

Web Application Hacking and Penetration Testing

  • Web penetration testing and ethical hacking are covered in this class.
  • Creating and setting up a lab environment for pen tests.
  • Understanding website flaws and general attacks.
  • Web application firewalls and safe coding.

Requirements

  • General knowledge about the internet and how to make a website.
  • Linux and networking are two subjects that most people should know about.

Description

It’s possible for an attacker to get some control over a website or web application if there’s a flaw or mistake in the code that makes it easy for them to do so. There are a lot of common web application flaws that can happen because people write bad code or use bad software. Some examples are SQL Injection, Cross-Site Scripting (XSS), Command Execution, File Injection, Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF), and so on.

Kali Linux is a type of Linux that is good at cybersecurity. It is an open-source product that can be changed a lot for penetration testing, which helps businesses figure out where their systems might be at risk. It is run and paid for by Offensive Security.

People who want to do bad things to web applications can use a web application firewall (WAF) to keep them safe from things like cross-site scripting (XSS), SQL injection, cookie poisoning, and more. There are a lot of attacks on apps because they are the gateway to your important data.

In this class, you will learn about web application ethical hacking techniques, as well as how to use some Kali Linux tools.

  • Creating and setting up a lab environment for pen tests.
  • Understanding website flaws and general attacks.
  • Web application firewalls and safe coding.

Who this course is for:

  • All kinds of people who work or study cybersecurity.
  • Those who work in security.
  • People who check for holes.
  • There are people who make web apps.

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