bug bounty hunting Extreme
Global Technical production is massive. Industry software alone predicted to be worth $700 billion a year by 2025. Unless we live entirely off-grid, every component of our lives and work is touched by technology.
And like taxes and darkness, one thing you can be sure of is that websites & software’s contains bugs.you can see that the number of software bugs per year keeps on growing. In 2018, there were 14,714 recorded bugs. To mid-November 2019, this number was 14,917.
Fast-to-market software indicates that the business has had to develop new ways to speed up the development life cycle. Agile development methods and the use of automation in the inspection part of the development cycle should be helped to speed up the time to market. But software bugs seem never to end: You fix one, only to introduce another.
A bug bounty hunter looks for bugs in applications and platforms, which they later reveal to the company responsible and are compensated for the same. bug bounty hunter extreme course will cover most of the vulnerabilities of OWASP TOP 10 & CWE’s .Doing bug hunting are very ambitious; it might invest a period of time at least in preparing good in bug bounty Hunting. You have to continue your knowledge, sharing & more numerous and more practice. You must-have curiousness to learn about new things and explore the field on your owNumerous companies run established bug bounty programs with predefined rewards. Companies like Hacker1ne, Bugcrowd, PayTM, Google, Apple, Microsoft, Mobikwik, Yatra and McDelivery, the delivery arm of McDonald’s, also have their bug bounty platforms.
REAL LIFE CASE STUDIES
INDUSTRY DRIVEN CERTIFICATION
STUDENT LEARNING KIT
- Various Injection Flows including Error, Union base, boolean Blind, Double query, update query, load file, Out file , Second order injection, Time Based, LDAP Injection, No SQL etc)
- Server-side attacks (SSI, Command, Code, SSRF etc )
- Authentication & Session flows
- Sensitive data exposure
- Access control flaws
- File & resource attacks
- Configurations issues & improper error handling
- Cross-site scripting deep drive
- Bypassing Blacklisting & White listing
- Cross-site request forgery attacks
- Ajax ,JSON , JQuery Attacks
- Web Services Enumeration
- XML based attacks
- HTML5 bug hunting
- Flaws in CMS
- JWT Token Flows
- Oauth insecurities
- Hibernate query injection
- CSV injection
- Server-side JS attack
- Rate Limit violation flows
- Deserialization Flows
- other beyond attacks
who should attend this training?
why should i take this training?
prerequisite of the training ?
what is the total duration of this training ?
Bug bounty hunting Extreme inquiry