Offensive Web Applications Penetration Tester - SlashWAP

 



Become proficient in web application analysis

Real-time attack and defense


Learn from diverse industry professionals

Unsecured web applications have been used to hack into businesses, banks, and government departments by "Offensive web application pentester" and "Black-Hat Intruders." Most developers of web applications, security engineers, security architects, web penetration testing firms are still unable to protect web applications robustly and securely.

Evolve your skill practically in this constantly updating industry.

Enhance your skills by learning more than 60 constantly updating modules that will make you a pro in your domain. Interact with CTF Challenges that refers to real-time cybersecurity situations and improve your skill-set.


SlashWAP is for those who are looking for a career in Web Application Penetration Testing. This course will help you to fast-track your career in cybersecurity by filling the gaps of requirements. It includes automated exploitation using Python and manually using the Burp Suite.
As cybersecurity is an emerging domain there is a vast requirement for Web Application Pentester. As the name suggests it mainly focuses on the web application, as they have become an integral part of life. Millions of people all across the world are using them every day for professional and personal work.
haskerSlash has come up with SlashWAP to help you secure the web application in a robust & guaranteed way.




COURSE SYLLABUS
# Brief Introduction to Web World and Web Technology
# Introduction to Web Browser
# Introduction to the port 80 and port 443(SSL)
# Brief Introduction to Client Server Architecture Model
# Introduction to Web languages
# Introduction to Database
# Examine Web Internal Architecture with web coding and Database
# TCP/IP model and Three-way Handshaking Process
# Examine Flag associated with Three way Handshaking
# Web Penetration Testing Methodology
# Configuring System for Web Hacking
# Examine Web Coding and Understanding how to write code for Web
# Metasploit and Metasploit Framework
# OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project)
# Examine top ten Vulnerability in Web Application (OWASP)
# Examine Iframe Vulnerability in Web Application
# Web Proxies and how we use Web proxies for Penetration Testing
# DOS and DDOS Attack and stress penetration on web Application
# SSL (Secure Socket Layer) and SSL Sniffing Technique
# Offensive Penetration Testing for Web (Black hat)
# Different Web Framework for Web Penetration Testing
# Javascript and attacking Technique for Web penetration Testing
# Netcat Lab for HTTP 1.1 and 1.0
# HTTP Method and verb Tempering
# HTTP Method Testing with Metasploit
# HTTP Basic Authentication
# Attacking HTTP Authentication with Nmap and Metasploit
# HTTP Digest Authentication RFC 2069
# HTTP Digest Auth hashing RFC 2069
# HTTP Statelessness and Cookie
# HTTP-set Cookie with HTTP Cookie
# Session ID and Cookie Stealing(Cookie Attack)
# SSL-TLS(Socket Oriented Protocol) Transport Layer Security
# SSL MITM using Proxies
# File Extraction from HTTP Traffic
# HTML injection Basic
# HTML injection in Tag Parameter
# HTML Injection using 3rd party Data Sources
# HTML Injection- Bypass Filter CGI ESCAPE
# Command Injection Technique
# Web to Shell on Server
# Web Shell PHP meterpreter
# web Shell net reverse Connect
# Web Shell using Python,PHP etc
# Brief Introduction to XSS
# JavaScript for Penetration Tester-Introduction to Hello World
# XSS Cross-Site Scripting
# Javascript of Penetration Variable
# XSS Types
# Javascript for Operator
# XSS via Event Handler Attributes
# Javascript for Penetration Tester-Conditionals
# Javascript for Penetration Tester- Loop, function and Data Types
# Javascript for penetration: Enumerating Data Properties
# Javascript For Penetration: Stealing Cookie and Advanced Form Manipulations
# File upload vulnerability
# Null file Injection Technique
# Exploting file Upload to get Meterpreter
# Remote File Inclusions Vulnerability
# Invalidated Redirect
# Session Management in Depth
# CSRF and XSS
# Secure Open Redirect
# Report
# MIME Sniffing
# Encoding Sniffing
# Same-Origin-Policy
# Null Termination Vulnerability
# Authentication and Authorization Bypass
# SSRF
# Crypto Attacks
# Threat Modeling
# Advanced Burp Hacks for Bounty Hunters




WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?
Students
Recent Graduates
IT professionals
Information Security – Consultant, Manager, Security Architect
Senior – Engineer, Security, Security Analyst
Anyone who is curious about learning web security in a legal way




PREREQUISITES
Basic understanding of Information Security.





SYSTEM REQUIREMENT
CPU: 64-bit Intel i5/i7/i9 with 4th generation or higher + (2.0 GHz)
8 GB of RAM or higher
300 GB free space
Administrator Access
Wi-Fi 802.11 capability
Windows 10 Pro, Linux or macOS (Latest updated)
NOTE: All other software and configuration requirement will be provided and guided.




PRICING
$100 USD




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