About the course
For any web-based business or applications security is the top most priority. At it’s core, web application penetration testing applies all the disciplines of ethical hacking into internet based systems.
At Essential InfoSec, we start from the core of the architecture and functioning of websites to the amount of vulnerabilities a site has and how to recognise and patch them. As the code of websites get more complex, it gets much more difficult to find flaws in the code as it just feels more convoluted.
Our course teaches you complex algorithms and testing mechanisms in the simplest way possible so you can learn web security which includes:
- SQL injection
- Password cracking techniques
- File upload/download failure detection
- Authentication management
Why enrol in the course?
Websites are the foundation of a majority of businesses in this day and age. Internet security is the topmost priority of many firms as it’s the primary place for communication with clients and customers. A company’s website has access to a company’s database which may contain sensitive information like passwords and banking account information. If a website is compromised then the whole company goes down with it.
This course helps the student gain knowledge in:
- Website design and maintenance of servers
- Securing corrupted and obsolete data by pinpointing threats
- Using state of the art pen testing tools to test all nooks and corners of the application
By taking this course you gain certification which will help you succeed in your career in cyber security.
- Module 01: SQL Injections Flaws
- Module 02: Cross Site Scripting Flaw
- Module 03: Source Code Disclosure Flaw
- Module 04: OS Command Injection Flaw
- Module 05: Broken Authentication
- Module 06: File Upload Vulnerability
- Module 07: Cross Site Request Forgery
- Module 08: Sensitive Data Exposure
- Module 09: Remote File Inclusion
- Module 10: Directory Traversal Attack
- Module 11: Invalid Redirection Flaw
- Module 12: Security Mis-Configuration
- Module 13: Missing Authorization
- Module 14: Session Fixation
- Module 15: Weak Data Encryption
- Module 16: Information Leakage
- waedule 16: Hangpror Eve Conamuncaton.
- Module 19: Invalid URL Redirection Flaw
- Module 20: Security Mis-Configuration
- Module 21: Insecure Direct Object Reference