Web Application Pen Testing (CISSP)
Web Application Penetration testing course is regarded as the top most application
penetration testing course in India. With an average 30% rise in cyber-attack every year on
web-based applications. The Web Application Penetration testing course helps you to
understand the new technologies used in web penetration testing and how to use them to
protect the organizations website and applications from being hacked.
This Web Application Penetration testing course will help the students and working
professionals to understand the web-based applications flaws and how to exploit them in a
real-world scenario. The hands-on practical session at our lab will equip students and
working professionals to report their organizations about the security flaws and to
implement countermeasures to rectify them.
- 16 hours hands on training from industry expert
- Detailed notes based on knowledge and exam preparation
- Practical oriented trainng
- Continued support post training from Instructor and Institute
What You Will Learn?
The Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is an application protocol for distributed,
collaborative, hypermedia information systems. HTTP is the foundation of data
communication for the World Wide Web.
OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project) Top 10
The Open Web Application Security Project is an online community which creates
freely-available articles, methodologies, documentation, tools, and technologies in
the field of web application security.
SQL injection (SQLi) refers to an injection attack wherein an attacker can execute
malicious SQL statements (also commonly referred to as a malicious payload) that
control a web application’s database server (also commonly referred to as a
Relational Database Management System – RDBMS). Since an SQL injection
vulnerability could possibly affect any website or web application that makes use of
an SQL-based database, the vulnerability is one of the oldest, most prevalent and
most dangerous of web application vulnerabilities.
Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) is an attack outlined in the OWASP Top 10
whereby a malicious website will send a request to a web application that a user is
already authenticated against from a different website. This way an attacker can
access functionality in a target web application via the victim’s already authenticated
browser. Targets include web applications like social media, in-browser email clients,
online banking and web interfaces for network devices.
Cross-site Scripting (XSS)
Cross-site Scripting (XSS) refers to client-side code injection attack wherein an
attacker can execute malicious scripts (also commonly referred to as a malicious
payload) into a legitimate website or web application. XSS is amongst the most
rampant of web application vulnerabilities and occurs when a web application makes
use of unvalidated or unencoded user input within the output it generates.
Command injections are prevalent to any application independently of its operating
system that hosts the application or the programming language that the application
itself is developed. The impact of command injection attacks ranges from loss of data
confidentiality and integrity to unauthorized remote access to the system that hosts
the vulnerable application.
The web server is configured to display the list of files contained in this directory.
This is not recommended because the directory may contain files that are not
normally exposed through links on the web site.
Input Validation is the outer defensive perimeter for your web application. This
perimeter protects the core business logic, processing and output generation. Beyond
the perimeter is everything considered potential enemy territory which is…literally everything other than the literal code executed by the current request.
Information Leakage is an application weakness where an application reveals
sensitive data, such as technical details of the web application, environment, or user-
specific data. Sensitive data may be used by an attacker to exploit the target web
application, its hosting network, or its users.
Clickjacking attacks are an emerging threat on the web. In this paper, we design new
clickjacking attack variants using existing techniques and demonstrate that existing
clickjacking defences are insufficient. Our attacks show that clickjacking can cause
severe damages, including compromising a user’s private webcam, email or other
private data, and web surfing anonymity.
And many more……
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Web based applications plays a very curricle role in the organization. As customer’s the first interaction point with the organization is through its website and web-based applications. These web applications store very sensitive customer and internal data. Black hat hackers are constantly compromising websites, defacing
websites, leaking customer credit card details which are incurring huge loss to many
companies around the globe.
The Following are the reasons why you go for WAPT Training Course in The Hackers Institute:
- Helps students move on the far side push-button scanning to skilled,
thorough, high-value internet application penetration testing.
- In addition to high-quality course content, we tend to focus heavily on in-
depth, active labs to confirm that students will instantly apply all they learn.
97% Certification Completion
Who Is It For?
- Web application Penetration tester
- Senior Penetration Tester
- Security Administrator
- Senior Web Developer
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