Advanced Web application Pentesting
Advanced Web Application Pentesting training focuses on building the right mindset behind the attack life cycle . During the training the student will understand why and where to perform a specific attack & how to provide the right solution by understanding the anatomy of an attack. There is a high skill gap in securing web apps even after the adoption of modern security culture.
The real problem is the lack of security mindset in the development Threat modeling , dependency on automated solutions and also poor solutions security engineers affects the overall product. We already addressed these problem , With AWAPT training we discuss various security measures with a specific attack to build the overall attack defense mindset.
Advanced web application pentesting training focuses on a suitable dynamic web application penetration methodology for the people who are eagerly interested in learning the art of security testing of web applications. The practice also provides the insights into the up-to-date advanced pentesting tools required for carrying out a complete web application security assessment.
There are myriad roles within the cybersecurity domain that are required to fill this gap, and we’re going to focus on one particular part – Web application security enginner.
The END goal of this advanced web application security training is to help the individuals to follow a well-documented and well-equipped web application pentesting methodology that can be used in enterprise grey box and black box assessment. Advanced web application security training has a significant Return on Investment; you walk out the door with pentesting skills that are highly in demand.
REAL LIFE CASE STUDIES
INDUSTRY DRIVEN CERTIFICATION
STUDENT LEARNING KIT
- Introduction to WAPT
- Web Technologies – front-end and back-end technology
- Web application architecture
- Understating web 1.0 , 2.0 and web 3.0 technologies
- HTTP Methods, Error Codes, Cookie Basics, Frameworks etc.
- Basics of web authentication procedures
- Web encoding internals
- Types of Professional WAPT assessments
- Black-box assessments vs grey box assessments
- Defining ROE , SOW and NDA for pentesters
- Website in-depth OSINT and scope analysis
- Web application security standards , methodologies and frameworks
- WAPT assessment commercial tools and usage guidelines in engagements
- Application Configuration and Deployment Management Testing
- Backups and hunting issues in web server configurations
- CSP , CORS , Strict Transport Security issues
- Web caching issues
- Methods , File handling , Subdomain mapping issues
- Hunting issues in HTTP2 modern implementations
- Identity Management and Authentication Testing
- User registration process issues
- Credential complexity and storage issues
- Bruteforcing web applications
- testing for Rate limiting issues
- Attacking Password reset methods
- JWT Token Flows
- Oauth insecurities
- OTP bypass attacks
- Session management testing
- Cookie-based attacks vectors
- Randomization testing’s
- Session manipulation attacks
- Other session attacks
- Input validation attacks
- SQL Injection attacks
- Parameter tempering testing
- Code injection flaws
- Command Injection testing
- CGI to RCE exploitation
- ORM Injection
- CSV Injection
- NoSQL injection
- SQLite Injection
- Parameter pollution attacks
- Price manipulation testing in e-commerce web apps
- Host-header Injection testing
- Local File Injection testing
- Log poisoning attack to RCE
- Remote File injection testing
- File upload to RCE attacks
- Other beyond attacks
- Error handling and cryptography testing
- Code leakage
- Improper data handling
- File and Input based Dos attacks
- SSL issues in web apps
- cookie encryption issues
- Client-side attacks
- Html Injections
- CSS and JS injections
- XSS attacks
- CSRF attacks
- Browser storage issues
- iFrame and Clickjacking attacks
- Business Logic Testing Flow
- Understanding the business and logical execution impact
- Use cases of banking, eCommerce, Store applications.
- Ajax, JSON, jQuery Attacks
- Pentesting HTML5
- Pentesting multiple CMS platforms
- Web Memory corruption attacks
- Web cache poisoning attacks
- Server-side DOS attacks
- XML based attacks
- SSRF and SSTI attacks
- Deserialization Flows
- Pentesting web sockets
- Pentesting web application security firewalls (WAF)
- Web to database RCE attacks
- Pentesting JIRA platforms
- Hunting storage issues in cloud-hosted web applications
- building an attack kill chain with security misconfigurations
- Documenting the issues in PHP, ASP.net, Java and third-party libraries
- Documentation the test cases for security assessments
- Threat Modelling in secure product development
- DevSecOps adoption and challenges .
- Building an secure CICD pipeline project .
- Auditing backend servers for maximum remediations
- Vulnerability countermeasures
who should attend this training?
why should i take this training?
Web applications automates a lot of operations in the modern information technology domain . Every Business sector is focusing on social presence and expending the market with product & service centric mindset . Web application security is as import as business expension . Understanding the web application security minimize the risk of critical cyber security attacks in the organizations. This training is designed to minimize the overall risk and focus on buliding the critical thinkers who can take the web application security to next level .
pri-requisite of the training ?
The candidate should be familiar with Linux OS ,Basic networking operations .
what is the total duration of the training ?
Its an Instructor-led online training and the total duration of the training is 80 hours.