Web Applications move the world. From social media to business applications almost every organization has a web application and does business online, hence a large number of web apps are created and made available every day. The security profile of a web application is very important when it comes to protecting sensitive customer data, financial records, and other company, but still these web applications are frequently the target of malicious activity through vulnerabilities in the software. Most attacks against web applications exploit well known vulnerabilities for which tried and tested defenses are already well-established. Learning these patterns is essential for building the capabilities required to properly secure applications on the web today.
This course will teach you how to use various tools and techniques to compromise Web Application security. We will look at a range of different security scenarios within web applications both conceptually and in practice. They will be broken down into detail, exploited, and then discussed in the context of how the attacks could be prevented.
What’s in it for you?
You will be able test/identify security vulnerabilities in their application and take appropriate decisions to safeguard their applications. This course will take you from beginner to advance level. You will learn Web Application Hacking & Penetration Testing step-by-step with hands-on demonstrations. Following are some key elements of this course that you will be taking with you after successful completion:
- Web Application Penetration
- Terms, standards, services, protocols and technologies
- Software and Hardware Requirements
- Modern Web Applications
- Basic Web Application Architectures
- Web Application Hosting
- Web Application Attack Scenarios
- Web Application Defenses
- Core technologies
- Web Application Proxies
- Whois Lookup and DNS Information
- Cracking Passwords
Who should enroll?
This course is for people looking to build a successful career in Ethical Hacking, Network security and for people interested in web app development. Developers always need to be on the lookout to safeguard their own applications. This is also for the Project Managers and app testers who have to test the application from a security perspective.