Learn Bug Bounty Hunting & Web Security Testing From Scratch
Do you want to become a bug bounty hunter?
A web application security tester / pentester?
How about securing your website or application?
→ If so, this is the course for you.
This course assumes you have NO prior knowledge, it starts with you from scratch and takes you step-by-step to an advanced level, able to discover a large number of bugs or vulnerabilities (including the OWASP top 10) in any web application regardless of the technologies used in it or the cloud servers that it runs on.
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Here's how it works
This course is highly practical but doesn’t neglect the theory, we’ll start with basics to teach you how websites work, the technologies used and how these technologies work together to produce these nice and functional platforms that we use everyday. Then we’ll start hacking and bug hunting straight away. You’ll learn everything by example, by discovering security bugs and vulnerabilities, no boring dry lectures.
The course is divided into a number of sections, each aims to teach you a common security bug or vulnerability from the OWASP top 10 most common security threats. Each section takes you through a number of hands-on examples to teach you the cause of the security bug or vulnerability and how to discover it in a number of scenarios, from simple to advanced. You’ll also learn advanced techniques to bypass filters and security measures. As we do this I will also introduce you to different hacking and security concepts, tools and techniques. Everything will be taught through examples and hands-on practicals, there will be no useless or boring lectures!
At the end of the course I will take you through a two hour pentest or bug hunt to show you how to combine the knowledge that you acquired and employ it in a real-life scenario to discover bugs and vulnerabilities in a real website! I will show you how I approach a target, analyse it, and take it apart to discover bugs and vulnerabilities in features that most would think are secure!
As mentioned you’ll learn much more than just how to discover security bugs in this course, but here’s a list of the main security bugs and vulnerabilities that will be covered in the course:
- Information Disclosure.
- IDOR (Insecure Direct Object Reference).
- Broken Access Control.
- Directory / Path Traversal.
- Cookie Manipulation.
- CSRF (Client-Side Request Forgery).
- OAUTH 2.0.
- Injection Vulnerabilities.
- Command Injection.
- Blind Command Injection.
- HTML Injection.
- XSS (Cross-Site Scripting).
- Reflected, Stored & DOM Based XSS.
- Bypassing Security Filters.
- Bypassing CSP (Content Security Policy).
- SQL Injection.
- Blind SQLi.
- Time-based Blind SQLi.
- SSRRF (Server-Side Request Forgery).
- Blind SSRF.
- XXE (XML External Entity) Injection.
- Information gathering.
- End point discovery.
- HTTP Headers.
- HTTP status codes.
- HTTP methods.
- Input parameters.
- HTML basics for bug hunting.
- XML basics for bug hunting.
- Filtering methods.
- Bypassing blacklists & whitelists.
- Bug hunting and research.
- Hidden paths discovery.
- Code analyses.
You’ll use the following tools to achieve the above:
- Ferox Buster.
- Dev tools.
- Burp Suite:
- Burp Proxy.
- Intruder (Simple & Cluster-bomb).
With this course you’ll get 24/7 support, so if you have any questions you can post them in the Q&A section and we’ll respond to you within 15 hours.
Checkout the curriculum and the course teaser for more info!
What do you need to complete this course?
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Information Disclosure vulnerabilities
- Introduction to Information Disclosure Vulnerabilities
- Discovering Database Login Credentials
- Discovering Endpoints & Sensitive Data
- Introduction to HTTP Status Codes
- Employing the Hacker / Bug Hunter Mentality to Discover Admin Login Information
- Manipulating Application Behaviour Through the HTTP GET Method
- Manipulating Application Behaviour Through the HTTP POST Method
- Intercepting Requests With Brup Proxy
Broken Access Control Vulnerabilities
Path / Directory Traversal
CSRF - Client-Side Request Forgery
OAUTH 2.0 Vulnerabilities
OS Command Injection
XSS - Cross Site Scripting
DOM XSS Vulnerabilities
XSS - Bypassing Security
Bypassing Content Security Policy (CSP)
SQL Injection Vulnerabilities
Blind SQL Injections
Time-Based Blind SQL Injection
SSRF (Server-Side Request Forgery)
SSRF - Advanced Exploitation
SSRF - Bypassing Security
Blind SSRF Vulnerabilities
XXE (XML External Entity) Injection
2 Hour Live Bug Hunting !
- Overview of the Target
- Discovering an Open Redirect Vulnerability
- Discovering a an XSS in the Response
- Discovering an XSS in a HTML Comment
- Discovering an XSS in a Date Picker
- Broken Access Control in Booking Page
- Analysing Application Files & Finding Sensitive Data
- Discovering Endpoints Hidden In Code
- Discovering an IDOR – Insecure Direct Object Reference
- Discovering Hidden Endpoints Using Regex
- Discovering a Complex Stored XSS
- Discovering Bugs in Hidden Elements
- Discovering Bugs in Hidden Parameters
Participating in Bug Bounty Programs