Best Bug Bounty Courses

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Website Hacking / Penetration Testing & Bug Bounty Hunting

Become a bug bounty hunter! Hack websites & web applications like black hat hackers and secure them like experts.

Created by Zaid Sabih - Ethical Hacker, Computer Scientist & CEO of zSecurity

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Students: 82125, Price: $129.99

Students: 82125, Price:  Paid

Note: The contents of this course are not covered in any of my other courses except for some basics. Although website hacking is covered in one of my other courses, that course only covers the basics where this course dives much deeper in this topic covering more techniques, more vulnerabilities, advanced exploitation, advanced post exploitation, bypassing security and more!

Welcome to my this comprehensive course on Website penetration testing. In this course you'll learn website / web applications hacking & Bug Bounty hunting! This course assumes you have NO prior knowledge in hacking, and by the end of it you'll be at a high level, being able to hack & discover bugs in websites like black-hat hackers and secure them like security experts!

This course is highly practical but it won't neglect the theory, first you'll learn how to install the needed software (on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X) and then we'll start with websites basics, the different components that make a website, the technologies used, and then we'll dive into website hacking straight away. From here onwards you'll learn everything by example, by discovering vulnerabilities and exploiting them to hack into websites, so we'll never have any dry boring theoretical lectures.

Before jumping into hacking, you'll first learn how to gather comprehensive information about the target website, then the course is divided into a number of sections, each section covers how to discover, exploit and mitigate a common web application vulnerability, for each vulnerability you will first learn the basic exploitation, then you will learn advanced techniques to bypass security, escalate your privileges, access the database, and even use the hacked websites to hack into other websites on the same server.

All of the vulnerabilities covered here are very common in bug bounty programs, and most of them are part of the OWASP top 10.

You will learn how and why these vulnerabilities are exploitable, how to fix them and what are the right practices to avoid causing them.

Here's a more detailed breakdown of the course content:

1. Information Gathering - In this section you'll learn how to gather information about a target website, you'll learn how to discover its DNS information, the services used, subdomains, un-published directories, sensitive files, user emails, websites on the same server and even the hosting provider. This information is crucial as it increases the chances of being able to successfully gain access to the target website.

2. Discovery, Exploitation & Mitigation - In this section you will learn how to discover, exploit and mitigate a large number of vulnerabilities, this section is divided into a number of sub-sections, each covering a specific vulnerability, firstly you will learn what is that vulnerability and what does it allow us to do, then you will learn how to exploit this vulnerability and bypass security, and finally we will analyse the code causing this vulnerability and see how to fix it, the following vulnerabilities are covered in the course:

  • File upload -  This vulnerability allow attackers to upload executable files on the target web server, exploiting these vulnerabilities properly gives you full control over the target website.

  • Code ExecutionThis vulnerability allow users to execute system code on the target web server, this can be used to execute malicious code and get a reverse shell access which gives the attacker full control over the target web server.

  • Local File InclusionThis vulnerability can be used to read any file on the target server, so it can be exploited to read sensitive files, we will not stop at that though, you will learn two methods to exploit this vulnerability to get a reverse shell connection which gives you full control over the target web server.

  • Remote File InclusionThis vulnerability can be used to load remote files, exploiting this vulnerability properly gives you full control over the target web server.

  • SQL Injection -  This is one of the most dangerous vulnerabilities, it is everywhere and can be exploited to do all of the things the above vulnerabilities allow us to do and more, so it allows you to login as admin without knowing the password, access the database and get all data stored there such as usernames, passwords, credit cards ....etc, read/write files and even get a reverse shell access which gives you full control over the target server!

  • Cross Site Scripting (XSS) - This vulnerability can be used to inject javascript code in vulnerable pages, we won't stop at that, you will learn how to steal credentials from users (such as facebook or youtube passwords) and even gain full access to their computer.

  • Insecure Session Management - In this section you will learn how to exploit insecure session management in web applications and login to other user accounts without knowing their password, you'll also learn how to discover and exploit CSRF (Cross Site Request Forgery) vulnerabilities to force users to change their password, or submit any request you want.

  • Brute Force & Dictionary Attacks - In this section you will learn what are these attacks, the difference between them and how to launch them, in successful cases you will be able to guess the password for a target user.

3. Post ExploitationIn this section you will learn what can you do with the access you gained by exploiting the above vulnerabilities, you will learn how to convert reverse shell access to a Weevely access and vice versa, you will learn how to execute system commands on the target server, navigate between directories, access other websites on the same server, upload/download files, access the database and even download the whole database to your local machine. You will also learn how to bypass security and do all of that even if you did not have enough permissions! 

With this course you 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.

Notes:

  • This course is created for educational purposes only and all the attacks are launched in my own lab or against systems that I have permission to test.

  • This course is totally a product of Zaid Sabih & zSecurity, no other organization is associated with it or a certification exam. Although, you will receive a Course Completion Certification from Udemy, apart from that NO OTHER ORGANIZATION IS INVOLVED.

Top 5 Tools & Tricks for Ethical Hacking & Bug Bounties 2021

Most commonly used Industry tools for Ethical Hacking, Penetration Testing & Bug Bounty Hunting

Created by Rohit Gautam - Founder & CEO of Hacktify Cyber Security

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Students: 18166, Price: $89.99

Students: 18166, Price:  Paid

Welcome to Top 5 Tools & Techniques for Pentesting in Cyber Security Course. This course covers Top 5 Tools and approach for web application attacks and how to earn bug bounties. There is no prerequisite of prior hacking knowledge and you will be able to perform web attacks and hunt bugs on live websites and secure them.

This course is not like other hacking or penetration testing course with outdated vulnerabilities and only lab attacks.

This course will start with an understanding of each tool that is used in the industry by the experts for Penetration Testing.

This course is highly practical and is made on Tools used by professionals in the industry to give you the exact environment when you start your penetrating testing or bug hunting journey.

We will start from the basics and go till the advance of the particular tool.

This course is divided into a number of sections, each section covers how to hunt vulnerability in an ethical manner.

In Nmap, We will cover what is Nmap, Installation, Firewall Bypass Techniques, and Nmap cheatsheet.

In Burpsuite, We will cover what is Burpsuite, Installation, and We will see practical examples of How Interception Works. We will also solve a CTF based on a realtime example using burpsuite.

In Content Discovery, We will cover what is Project Discovery's Data set for subdomains and increase the scope for Bug Bounty Hunting.

We will also see tools to scope expansion wherein we can identify mass subdomains are alive, dead based on status codes, Title, etc.

In Google Hacking Database, We will cover what is GHDB, How you can hunt for sensitive files for a target, Also you will learn How to become the author of your own Google Dork

In Shodan/Censys/Grey Noise, We will cover what is IOT Search Engines, How you can perform banner grabbing, and find out vulnerable and outdated servers running on the targets. We will also see how to use shodan search filters for better active enumeration.

In Github Recon, We will cover what is Github Recon both Automated and Manual Way. We will uncover sensitive information from Github repositories that fall under Sensitive Data Exposure as a P1 severity bug.

In the Anatomy of an HTTP Request, We will cover what is an HTTP Request, What are different Headers How do they work and its significance.

With this course, you 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 as soon as possible.

Notes:

  • This course is created for educational purposes only and all the websites I have performed attacks are ethically reported and fixed.

  • Testing any website which doesn’t have a Responsible Disclosure Policy is unethical and against the law, the author doesn’t hold any responsibility.

Broad Scope Bug Bounties From Scratch

Finally learn what to do after recon

Created by Wesley Thijs - I am the XSS Rat

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Students: 16301, Price: $39.99

Students: 16301, Price:  Paid

Who am i?

I am The XSS Rat, also known as Wesley. I created infosec tutorials and courses in a unique way. It's my opinion that a teacher should be able to bring knowledge in an inspirational way but also make sure that knowledge is retained. This is a very unique challenge requiring out of the box thinking. My courses never just consist of a video or video + PDF only format. Courses should be interactive and not just boring reads of powerpoint slides.

Who is this course for?

Are you tired of seeing all these bug bounty methodologies that stop after the recon phase or give some general advice like look for vulnerable software on exploit-db? I am sick of it as well and in this course i guide a bug bounty hunter to a broad scope bug bounty hunter with a serious tool belt.

This course is made for hackers and developers who have the ultimate goal of automating their workflow.

Contents

- A video and PDF covering every topic required in broad scope bug bounties

- 2 learning paths to facilitate all types of hackers. You can go one way and come back to the other later on

- A list of extras such as a list of tools and a better way to perform directory brute forcing

Android Bug Bounty Hunting: Hunt like a rat

From setting up a lab to setting you up for attacking a real target

Created by Wesley Thijs - I am the XSS Rat

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Students: 13150, Price: Free

Students: 13150, Price:  Free

In this course you will first of all learn how to set up your own android mobile penetration testing lab and after that you will be taught a solid methdology you can build upon and expand to grow into the amazing hacker you deserve to be.

We will:

- Set up our own mobile lab

- learn about path variables

- Create a solid methodology to expand upon

- Go deeper into the intricaties of bug bounties

- Create a way of thinking to help you design your own methodology

- Describe what parameter we test for what vulnerability and why

Starting out in bug bounties is hard and most of us start out hacking web applications because they require the least amount of setup. This is a great strategy but at a certain point you are going to want more. Mobile bug bounties is a great path to explore while doing bug bounties because there a lot of programs available that offer mobile applications among their target lists. When we look at other branches of bug bounties such as IP ranges for example we can notice that these are not very prevelant, that is why it is in my opinion the best option to elevate your skill level to a mobile platform with this amazing course. Invest in yourself and become the amazing hacker i  know you can be.

Web Security & Bug Bounty Basics

Where to start?

Created by Ivan Iushkevich - CTO at Hacktory

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Students: 12818, Price: Free

Students: 12818, Price:  Free

With the rise of information and immersive applications, developers have created a global network that society relies upon. With this comes a responsibility to ensure that the Web is an open and inclusive space for all. So it’s important to shape the experiences of users’ online lives by making a secure world for everyone. That’s what we’ll touch on, and try to learn throughout the web security course.

Who is this course for?

It’s for IT and cybersecurity specialists, developers, QA experts, and system administrators.

The program of the course

This course includes 7 lessons. The lessons cover the fundamental security principles of the modern web and bugs finding strategy. It provides a comprehensive understanding of the most common attack tactics and countermeasures. The course shows real cases derived from pentesting practice and resources such as HackerOne and OWASP.

You will find out what requires attention when it comes to testing and implementing various functionalities in web applications and what can happen in case of untimely use of certain functions.

BUG BOUNTY HUNTING WITH BURP SUITE

How to Use Burp-Suite Features for better Bug Bounty Hunting. Advanced Burpsuite training course.

Created by Kuldeep Sharma - Bug Bounty hunter , pentester, cyber expert , Data Analyst

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Students: 11835, Price: $29.99

Students: 11835, Price:  Paid

In this course you will learn about:-

Burp Suite Introduction

Why you need Burpsuite PRO

Burpsuite Pro vs free

Which version is best

BurpSuite Community Tricks

Tips For Burpsuite Pro

Proxy:- Firefox Proxy, multiple proxies, Upstream proxy, 

Repeater:- Websockets, Requests

Intruder :- types of attack , payload types, Intruder grep match , grep XSS payloads, sequencers

Comparer between requests

Extender:- extender API, Bapp Store, Environment Setup,

Burpsuite Extensions

Collaborator Client

Top 15 Extensions

Attacks on Live website

How to setup android lab

what is ADB

what is a virtual device

how to intercept traffic from an android device

how to do SSL-unpinning Bypass using Xposed Framework

These lectures are mostly designed for Bug Bounty Hunters and some topics are for advanced users.

if you are any type  of learner it will help you to get into the burp suite

you will learn many tips and tricks throughout  the course, it will help you in real life hunting

you will Understand how HTTP communication works

you will get Basic knowledge of Web vulnerabilities

Basic knowledge of VPNs and proxies

How BurpSuite Top Extensions Works

This course will help you get acquainted with Burp Suite. Burp Suite is the most important tool for Web Penetration Testing! Discover vulnerabilities and develop attacks such as Brute-Forcing, Cross-Site Scripting, SQL injection, etc.
However, you will get to know various web attacks. The attacks will target a test environment based on OWASP WebGhoat vulnerable web applications. The course is fully hands-on so that you can practice yourself everything while you learn.

Intro to Bug Bounty Hunting and Web Application Hacking

Insiders guide to ethical hacking and bug bounty hunting with Ben Sadeghipour (@NahamSec)

Created by Ben Sadeghipour - Hacker, Bug Bounty Hunter, Educator, & Content Creator

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Students: 11296, Price: $89.99

Students: 11296, Price:  Paid

Welcome to Intro to Bug Bounty Hunting and Web Application Hacking, your introductory course into practical bug bounty hunting. Learn ethical hacking principles with your guide and instructor Ben Sadeghipour (@NahamSec). During the day, Ben works as the head of Hacker Education at HackerOne. During his free time, Ben produces content on Twitch and YouTube for other hackers, bug bounty hunters, and security researchers. This course serves as a comprehensive guide and answers the number one question he receives, "how do I get started?"

This course will feature:

  • An overview of 10+ vulnerability types and how to find them.

  • Hands-on labs for each vulnerability type where Ben will walk you through how each bug works and how they can be further exploited.

  • A practical lab where students will be attacking a fake organization to test out their newly acquired skills.

  • An introduction to recon including asset discovery and content discovery.

  • You will learn the tools of the trade and how to set up your hacking lab

  • Introduction to bug bounty programs, how to read the scope, how to write a report a good report, and how to get your first invitation to a private bug bounty program!

This course will be updated based on changing bug types, recon tactics, and your feedback! Purchase of the course gets you lifetime access to all information and updates.

Notes & Disclaimer

This course will be updated regularly as new information becomes available. Ben is committed to providing as much assistance as possible and will be answering relevant questions within 48 hours. Please don't be discouraged if you don't immediately find a bug, this field is for resilient people committed to learning and figuring things out without much direction. Google will be your friend, and we encourage you to try things before immediately asking for a solution.

This course is meant for educational purposes only. This information is not to be used for black hat exploitation and should only be used on targets you have permission to attack.

Uncle Rat’s Bug Bounty Guide

Take the leap from practice platform to bug bounty target

Created by Wesley Thijs - I am the XSS Rat

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Students: 8133, Price: $89.99

Students: 8133, Price:  Paid

SUDO

I can not promise this course will find you bugs. I can promise i will leave you with a solid methodology that's netted me a few nice extra monthly salaries. This method is not guaranteed to work for you. You will need to adept. You will need to work.

If any course promises you that they WILL find you bugs, run as fast as you can.

WHOAMI

My name is uncle rat and i am here to help you take the next step. I am not here to hold your hand, i am here to push you over the edge. You've been practicing on pratice platforms for long enough now, don't you think? It's time.

I will provide you with a solid methodology to build upon. I don't want you to follow in my footsteps, i want you write your own legend. This is after all the place where legends are born. 

Every chapter has at least a video file with slides to download and where applicable a full text PDF with extra information. All extra's like cheat sheets are seperatly downloadeable for your comfort. 

- The XSS Rat

CAT 'goals.txt'

I can hack, but i can only hack one target at a time. My passion is teaching so why not hit two birds with one stone?

I created this course because i strongly believe that if i hack 1 target i am just me but if i train 1000 hackers, we are an army. 

This is my goal, i want to make the internet a safer place but i can't do it alone.

Ethical Hacking / Penetration Testing & Bug Bounty Hunting

Complete Practical Course on Ethical Hacking, Penetration Testing and Bug Bounty Hunting with Live Attacks

Created by Rohit Gautam - Founder & CEO of Hacktify Cyber Security

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Students: 5396, Price: $129.99

Students: 5396, Price:  Paid

Welcome to Ethical Hacking / Penetration Testing and Bug Bounty Hunting Course. This course covers web application attacks and how to earn bug bounties. There is no prerequisite of prior hacking knowledge and you will be able to perform web attacks and hunt bugs on live websites and secure them.

This course is not like other hacking or penetration testing course with outdated vulnerabilities and only lab attacks. This contains maximum live websites to make you comfortable with the Live Hunting Environment.

This course will start from basic principles of each vulnerability and How to attack them using multiple bypass techniques, In addition to exploitation, you will also learn how to fix them.

This course is highly practical and is made on Live websites to give you the exact environment when you start your penetrating testing or bug hunting journey.

We will start from the basics of OWASP to the exploitation of vulnerabilities leading to Account Takeover on live websites.

This course is divided into a number of sections, each section covers how to hunt, exploit and mitigate a vulnerability in an ethical manner.

After identification of a vulnerability, we will exploit to leverage the maximum severity out of it. We will also learn how to fix vulnerabilities which are commonly found on the websites on the internet.

In this course, you will also learn How can you start your journey on many famous bug hunting platforms like Bugcrowd, Hackerone and Open Bug Bounty.

Along with this, you will be able to hunt and report vulnerabilities to NCIIPC Government of India, also to private companies and to their responsible disclosure programs.

You will also learn Advance techniques to bypass filters and the developers logic for each kind of vulnerability. I have also shared personal tips and tricks for each attacks where you can trick the application and find bugs quickly.

This course also includes the Breakdown of all Hackerone Reports which are found and submitted by other hackers for better understanding as we will cover each type of technique in the course.

This course also includes important interview questions and answers which will be helpful in any penetrating testing job interview.

Here's a more detailed breakdown of the course content:

In all the sections we will start the fundamental principle of How the attack works, Exploitation and How to defend from those attacks.

In OWASP, We will cover what is OWASP and Top 10 vulnerabilities.

We will also understand what is the difference between owasp 2013 vs 2017.

1. In Cross site scripting XSS, we will cover all diff types of attacks like Reflected XSS, Stored XSS and DOM XSS. In addition, we will learn Advance Exploitation for Limited Inputs and Filter Bypass.

We will see all the types of XSS attacks on live websites which will give you a better understanding of the live environment when you will start your bug hunting journey.

We will also cover different ways to perform XSS Exploitation using multiple types of payloads like Phishing, File Upload, Cookie Stealing and Redirection.

We will also see the exploitation of Blind XSS which generally other researchers miss out.

This course also includes a breakdown of all the Hackerone reports submitted by other hackers for XSS type of vulnerability wherein we will see and practice all types of attacks in our course.

In the end, we will also cover mitigations to secure a website and prevent these types of attacks.

In the end, I have added Interview Questions and answers which be helpful for you when XSS questions are asked in any job or internship.

2. In Authentication Bypass, we will cover all diff types of ways to attack like OTP Bypass, 2FA Bypass, Captcha bypass, Email Verification Bypass etc. So we will perform all the ways to attack protection on websites.

We will see all the types of Authentication bypass on live websites which will give you a better understanding of the live environment when you will start your bug hunting journey.

We will also cover different ways to perform Auth Bypass Exploitation using different techniques.

This course also includes a breakdown of all the Hackerone reports submitted by other hackers for Authentication Bypass type of vulnerability wherein we will see and practice all types of attacks in our course.

In the end, we will also cover mitigations to secure a website and prevent these types of attacks.

I have added Interview Questions and answers which be helpful for you when Auth Bypass questions are asked in any job or internship.

3. In No Rate-Limit Attacks, we will check this vulnerability for different injection points, In addition, we will learn how to find these types of vulnerabilities in signup/creation of account or Login using password or verification of OTP or Tokens.

We will see all the types of No Rate-Limit attacks on live websites which will give you a better understanding of the live environment when you will start your bug hunting journey.

We will also cover different ways to perform No RL Exploitation using multiple types by automated spoofing our IP address on each request the same way this bug was found on Instagram and was awarded $15000 bounty.

We will also cover how to throttle our requests by changing the requests and giving delay between each simultaneous request to bypass IDS and RateLimit checkers on the server-side.

We will also see the exploitation of No RL on various injection points which generally other researchers miss out.

This course also includes a breakdown of all the Hackerone reports submitted by other hackers for No RL type of vulnerability wherein we will see and practice all types of attacks in our course.

In the end, we will also cover mitigations to secure a website and prevent these types of attacks.

4. In CSRF Attacks, we will check this vulnerability for different injection points, In addition, we will learn how to find these types of vulnerabilities can lead to Account Takeover by changing the email and password.

We will see all the types of CSRF attacks on live websites which will give you a better understanding of the live environment when you will start your bug hunting journey.

We will also cover different ways to perform CSRF attacks and bypass CSRF protection on many live websites.

This course also includes a breakdown of all the Hackerone reports submitted by other hackers for No RL type of vulnerability wherein we will see and practice all types of attacks in our course.

In the end, we will also cover mitigations to secure a website and prevent these types of attacks.

5. In CORS Attacks, we will check this vulnerability for different injection points, In addition, we will learn how to find these types of vulnerabilities can lead to Sensitive Data Disclosure of other users.

We will see all the types of CORS attacks on live websites which will give you a better understanding of the live environment when you will start your bug hunting journey.

We will also cover different ways to perform CORS attacks and bypass CORS protection on many live websites by using suffix and prefix types tricks.

This course also includes a breakdown of all the Hackerone reports submitted by other hackers for CORS type of vulnerability wherein we will see and practice all types of attacks in our course.

In the end, we will also cover mitigations to secure a website and prevent these types of attacks.

You will also get additional BONUS sessions, in which I m going to share my personal approach for hunting bugs. All the videos are recorded on Live websites so that you understand the concepts as well as you get comfortable to work on a live environment. I have also added Interview Questions and answers for each attack which will be helpful for those are preparing for Job Interviews and Internships in the field of Information Security.

With this course, you 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 as soon as possible.

Notes:

  • This course is created for educational purposes only and all the websites I have performed attacks are ethically reported and fixed.

  • Testing any website which doesn’t have a Responsible Disclosure Policy is unethical and against the law, the author doesn’t hold any responsibility.

Infrastructure & Network: Bug Bounty and Penetration Testing

Learn how to hack networks and web applications like black hat hackers, and learn how to secure them from these hackers.

Created by Gabriel Avramescu - Senior Information Security Consultant, IT Trainer

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Students: 4693, Price: $94.99

Students: 4693, Price:  Paid

In order to protect yourself from hackers, you must think as one.

In this course, you will start as a beginner with no previous knowledge about penetration testing or hacking.

You will learn hacking tools, methodologies and techniques. This is a both practical and theoretical step-by-step course.

This course is focused on the practical side of penetration testing without neglecting the theory behind each attack. Before jumping into penetration testing, you will first learn how to set up a lab and install needed software to practice penetration testing on your own machine. 

Below are the main topics, both theoretical and practical, of this course: 

  • Introduction to Ethical Hacking, Footprinting and Reconnaissance

    • This section will teach you how to gather information about your target server, you will learn how to discover the DNS server used, open ports and services, un-published directories, sensitive files. This information is very important as it increases the chances of being able to successfully gain access to the target website.

  • Scanning Networks, Enumeration and Vulnerabilities  and System Hacking 

    • In this section you will learn how to discover and exploit a large number of vulnerabilities, this section is divided into a number of sub-sections, each covering a specific vulnerability, firstly you will learn what is that vulnerability, then you will learn how to exploit this vulnerability.

  • Sniffing 

    • Learn how to capture encrypted and unencrypted data, passwords and such (HTTP, telnet, HTTPS, etc)

  • Metasploit 

    • Use This framework to exploit numerous vulnerabilities and crate backdoors

  • Trojans, Backdoors, Viruses and Worms 

  • Cryptography 

  • Penetration testing on Wireless Networks

  • Penetration Testing

NOTE: This course is created only for educational purposes  and all the attacks are launched in  an isolated lab environment.

Hands-on with Burp-Suite | Web Application Security Testing

Learn Burp-Suite from basics and kickstart your journey to Bug-Bounty and Penetration tester

Created by Rajneesh Gupta - Cyber Security Practitioner and Instructor

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Students: 3191, Price: Free

Students: 3191, Price:  Free

Welcome to - Hands-on with Burp-Suite | Web Application Security Testing

This course is developed to share real-world cybersecurity challenges and their solutions with a comprehensive approach from no-prior knowledge to advance level. With this course, you'll not just get the information about fundamentals, technologies, tools, process but also get to know real-world use cases.

There is never been a better than today to kickstart your career in Ethical Hacking, Penetration Testing and Cybersecurity. In order to developed an outcome-driven course module, we have used two approach: Bottom-up Approach and Project-based Approach.

Bottom-Up Approach: With this approach, we've broken down each complex topics and delivering into simplified way such as before getting started with Ethical Hacking we'll go through  Linux and Networking fundamentals.

Project-Based Approach: With this approach, we've used real-world example and use cases to understand complex topics such as Understanding Vulnerabilities with real-world Mobile application, understanding web application threats using Linkedin Account hacking etc.

This section covers one of the very critical web application attack i.e. SQL Injection attack.

  • You'll learn fundamentals of SQL Injection attack.

  • You'll do hands-on in setting up MySQL database from scratch.

  • You'll lean how SQL Query works.

  • You'll learn to hack a web application using SQL Injection.

  • You'll learn about Burp-Suite.

  • You'll do hand-on with Burp-Suite to hacking target web application.

Web Security & Bug Bounty: Learn Penetration Testing in 2021

Become a bug bounty hunter! Learn to hack websites, fix vulnerabilities, and improve web security online for clients.

Created by Andrei Neagoie - Senior Software Developer / Founder of zerotomastery.io

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Students: 2985, Price: $89.99

Students: 2985, Price:  Paid

Just launched with all modern Bug Bounty and Penetration Testing tools and best practices for 2021! Join a live online community of over 500,000+ students and a course taught by industry experts. This course will take you from absolute beginner, all the way to becoming a security expert and bug bounty hunter to improve security for your clients and any future web applications you may create!

This course is focused on learning by doing. We are going to teach you how penetration testing works, by actually practicing the techniques and methods used by bug bounty hunters today. We will start off by creating our virtual hacking lab to make sure we keep your computers safe throughout the course, as well as doing things legally, and having our computers set up for penetrations testing.

We dive into topics like:

1) Introduction To Bug Bounty:

  • Here we just touch on theory of what exactly is Bug Bounty and Penetration Testing

  • Quick example of one vulnerability that we will cover.

  • Pen Tester career path.

2) Our Virtual Lab Setup:

  • Create our virtual lab that we will use throughout the course (Kali Linux machine).

  • Install a vulnerable VM called OWASPBWA that we will attack.

  • Create an online account on TryHackMe platform.

  • With almost  every vulnerability, we will cover an example on TryHackMe and also on our vulnerable Virtual Machine.

  • From here choose 2 different paths depending on the knowledge that you already have.

3) Website Enumeration & Information Gathering

  • This is where we start with the practical Bug Bounty/ Website Penetration Testing. We cover numerous tactics and tools that allow us to gather as much information about a certain website. For this, we use different tools like Dirb, Nikto, Nmap. We also use google hacking which is useful skill to have once tools are not available.

4) Introduction To Burpsuite

  • This is a very important tool for a Bug Hunter. Pretty much every Bug Hunter out there knows about this tool (and probably uses it). It has many different features that make hunting for bugs easier. Some of those features are crawling the webpage, intercepting and changing HTTP requests, brute-force attacks and more.


5) HTML Injection

  • This is our first bug. It's also one of the easiest so we start with it. HTML injection is essentially just finding a vulnerable input on the webpage that allows HTML code to be injected. That code is later rendered out on the page as real HTML.

6) Command Injection/Execution

  • Our first dangerous bug. Injecting commands is possible when server runs our input through its system unfiltered. This could be something like a webpage that allows us to ping other websites but doesn't check whether we inputed a different command other than the IP address that it needs. This allows us to run commands on the system, compromise system through a reverse shell and compromise accounts on that system (and all the data).

7) Broken Authentication

  • This is another vulnerability that occurs on websites. It essentially refers to weakness in 2 areas session management and credential management. It allows the attacker to impersonate legitimate users online. We show different examples through cookie values, HTTP requests, Forgot password page etc.

8) Brutefroce Attacks

  • This can be a problem even if the website is secure. If client has an easy and simple password set, then it will be also easy to guess it. We cover different tools used to send lots of password on the webpage in order to break into an account.


9) Sensitive Data Exposure

  • This isn't a vulnerability in the system. Instead it's when developers forget to remove important information during production that can be used to perform an attack. We cover an example where developer forgot to remove the entire database from being accessible to regular users.

10) Broken Access Control

  • Access control enforces policy such that users cannot act outside of their intended permissions. Failures typically lead to unauthorized information disclosure, modification or destruction of all data, or performing a business function outside of the limits of the user. Here we cover a vulnerability called Insecure direct object reference. A simple example would be an application that has user IDs in the URL. If it doesn't properly store and manage those IDs an attacker could potentially change the ID and access the information of another user.

11) Security Misconfiguration

  • We put this as a separate section, however all the previous vulnerabilities also belong to it. Here we show an example of a vulnerability where the admins of websites haven't changed the default credentials for a certain application that runs on their server.


12) Cross Site Scripting - XSS

  • This is a big vulnerability and is very common in many websites out there. This vulnerability allows us to execute Javascript code on the webpage. This is due to user input not  being well filtered and processing the input as javascript code. There are 3 main types of XSS which are Stored, Reflected and DOM based XSS. We cover these 3 plus some unusual ones.

13) SQL Injection

  • Another big vulnerability out there and a really dangerous one. Many websites communicate with the Database, whether it being a database that stores product information or user information. If the communication between the user and the database is not filtered and checked, it could allow the attacker to send an SQL query and communicate with the database itself, allowing them to extract the entire database or even delete it. There are couple of types of SQL injection such as Error based or Blind SQL injection.

14) XML, XPath Injection, XXE

  •     XXE or XML External Entity is a vulnerability that allows an attacker to interfere with a website that processes XML data. It could allow the attacker to run a reverse shell or read files on the target system making it another severe vulnerability.

15) Components With Known Vulnerabilities

  • Even if the website might not be vulnerable, the server might be running some other components/applications that have a known vulnerability that hasn't been patched yet. This could allow us to perform various types of attacks depending on what that vulnerability is.

16) Insufficient Logging And Monitoring

  • Logging and monitoring should always be done from security standpoint. Logging allows us to keep track of all the requests and information that goes through our application. This can help us determine whether a certain attack is taking place or if the attack already happened, it allows us to examine it a little deeper, see which attack it was, and then apply that knowledge to change the application so that the same attack doesn't happen again.

17) Monetizing Bug Bounty Hunting

  • After practicing and covering all the vulnerabilities, it's important to mention how we can monetize our knowledge. We mention different platforms that can be used to start your career as a bug hunter, and we also take one platform as an example to show how a bug bounty program looks like and what to pay attention to when applying.


18) Bonus - Web Developer Fundamentals

  • For anyone lacking some knowledge in Web Development or knowledge in how exactly websites work and are structured

19) Bonus - Linux Terminal

  • For anyone lacking some knowledge in simple usage of linux terminal as we will be using it throughout the course

20) Bonus - Networking

  • Fundamentals of networking and some basic terms used as Penetration Testers or Bug Bounty hunters.

We guarantee you this is the most comprehensive online course on bug bounty hunting, penetration testing, and web security skills! Have a look at the course outline video to see all the topics we are going to cover, all the projects we’re going to build, and all the techniques you’re going to learn to become a top penetration tester!

Taught By:

Andrei is the instructor of the highest rated technical courses on Udemy as well as one of the fastest growing. His graduates have moved on to work for some of the biggest tech companies around the world like Apple, Google, Tesla, Amazon, JP Morgan, IBM, UNIQLO etc... He has been working as a senior software developer in Silicon Valley and Toronto for many years, and is now taking all that he has learned, to teach programming skills and to help you discover the amazing career opportunities that being a developer allows in life.

Having been a self taught programmer, he understands that there is an overwhelming number of online courses, tutorials and books that are overly verbose and inadequate at teaching proper skills. Most people feel paralyzed and don't know where to start when learning a complex subject matter, or even worse, most people don't have $20,000 to spend on a coding bootcamp. Programming skills should be affordable and open to all. An education material should teach real life skills that are current and they should not waste a student's valuable time. Having learned important lessons from working for Fortune 500 companies, tech startups, to even founding his own business, he is now dedicating 100% of his time to teaching others valuable software development skills in order to take control of their life and work in an exciting industry with infinite possibilities.

Andrei promises you that there are no other courses out there as comprehensive and as well explained. He believes that in order to learn anything of value, you need to start with the foundation and develop the roots of the tree. Only from there will you be able to learn concepts and specific skills(leaves) that connect to the foundation. Learning becomes exponential when structured in this way.

Taking his experience in educational psychology and coding, Andrei's courses will take you on an understanding of complex subjects that you never thought would be possible.

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Aleksa is a Penetration Tester with over 5 years of experience in Ethical Hacking and Cyber Security. As a self made hacker that started from a young age he has learned it all from Ethical Hacking and Cyber Security to Online Privacy and How To Become Anonymous Online.

He has worked and discovered vulnerabilities for multiple companies and governments. He also worked as a freelancer that tested private web applications. He believes that Online Security and Privacy is something valuable but also that it doesn't get enough attention as many cyber attacks are being executed every single day! No System is Safe and that is why we are here to discover vulnerabilities and secure them before the bad guys attempt anything malicious!

His main goal as an instructor is to teach the foundations of Ethical Hacking and Cyber Security to anyone who wants to pursue this as a career or wants to learn it to protect themselves online. Cyber attacks and online security is something that changes really fast so we as hackers must always be ready to learn new things in order to better protect Networks, Websites, Machines .. and also people!

See you inside the courses!

The Complete Web Penetration Testing & Bug Bounty Course

Learn Web Pentesting & Bug Bounty & Burpsuite by hands on experience with latest technology and a full curriculum

Created by Codestars by Rob Percival - Teaching the Next Generation of Coders

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Students: 2337, Price: $99.99

Students: 2337, Price:  Paid

Welcome to The Complete Web Penetration Testing  & Bug Bounty Course

In this course we are going to start from scratch and learn how to find vulnerabilities & bugs in Websites and Web Applications. Of course we will learn this to notify the related authorities to make internet a safer place and start making money out of this process. We are going to learn how hackers find vulnerabilities, how hackers do their attacks and also how to protect ourselves against these attacks and submit these bugs to the related developers. We will never neglect theory but we will do hands-on experience practices all the time during the course. You will be hacking into vulnerable systems throughout the course.

This training is brought to you by Codestars by Rob Percival (+1.000.000 students) and Atil Samancioglu (+200.000 students). Atil teaches cyber security & programming in Udemy for more than 5 years and he also teaches mobile development in Bogazici University. If you are looking forward to be a part of the cyber security environment then you found the right course and right instructor!

You can see some of the topics that we are going to cover throughout the course below:

  • Web Application Pentesting

  • Burpsuite

  • Kali Linux

  • HTML

  • bWapp

  • Juice Shop

  • Owasp Top 10

  • Mutillidae

  • DVWA

  • XSS

  • XXE

  • SQL Injection

  • HTML Injection

  • PHP Injection

  • Shell Methods

  • File Vulnerabilities

  • Nikto

  • Commix

  • Dotdotpwn

  • Wafw00f

  • Directory Traversal

  • Brute Force

  • Bug Bounty

Content

This training is perfect for people who want to be an Ethical Hacker and a Bug Bounty Hunter. We are going to start from scratch and make our way up to all details. We are going to cover Kali Linux, Burpsuite, HTML, XSS, SQL, PHP Injection and so much more. All curriculum is designed to make you comfortable during the process.

Warning: This course aims to teach people how to become ethical hackers and cyber security specialists. All students must use the related information within legal boundaries as mentioned in the course to make internet a safer place.

Burp-suite: A Master of bug bounty hunter

A tool that makes you millionaire

Created by Sac hackken - A beauty of ethical hacking

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This course has got all the three Tags of udemy #hotandnew  #highrated  #bestseller

Thinking of becoming a bug bounty hunter, not getting which software should be used and found difficult to find bugs.

I am here to help you out,  with my new course 
"Burp-suite a master of bug bounty hunter"

Burp OR Burpsuite : is an integrated platform for performing security testing of web applications. Burp is more advanced featured and take further learning and experience to master. it can used on all the OS (MAC, WINDOWS,Linux) and Kali Linux gets the Burpsuite as inbuilt.

This course is special for Ethical hackers, who are interested in finding bugs with burpsuite. And for Web security Analysis, and also for Web Developer to prevent form Different types of Vulnerabilities. 

In this course your are going to learn:

  • Lab setup for to find bugs

  • Simple Examples to Start

  • Working on Session

  • XSS -Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)

  • CSRF vulnerability of my report

  • IDOR Found in virutal Bank

  • Commonly seen application security issues

  • Preventing of Different types of Vulnerabilties

Many of the companies will spend millions of $ to bug bounty hunter and  ethical hacker, so  there application can be secure.

If your are really interested in finding bug, and getting bounty,
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Ethical Hacking/Penetration Testing & Bug Bounty Hunting v2

Complete Practical Course on Ethical Hacking, Penetration Testing and Bug Bounty Hunting with Live Attacks

Created by Shifa Cyclewala - Founder at Hacktify Cyber Security

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Students: 2107, Price: $99.99

Students: 2107, Price:  Paid

Welcome to Ethical Hacking / Penetration Testing and Bug Bounty Hunting Course v2.0 . This course covers web application attacks and how to earn bug bounties. There is no prerequisite of prior hacking knowledge and you will be able to perform web attacks and hunt bugs on live websites and secure them.

This course is not like other hacking or penetration testing course with outdated vulnerabilities and only lab attacks. This contains maximum live websites to make you comfortable with the Live Hunting Environment.

This course will start from basic principles of each vulnerability and How to attack them using multiple bypass techniques, In addition to exploitation, you will also learn how to fix them.

This course is highly practical and is made on Live websites to give you the exact environment when you start your penetrating testing or bug hunting journey.

We will start from the basics of each vulnerability and move ahead to the advance level of exploitation and multiple edge case scenarios on live websites.

This course is divided into a number of sections, each section covers how to hunt, exploit and mitigate a vulnerability in an ethical manner.

After identification of a vulnerability, we will exploit to leverage the maximum severity out of it. We will also learn how to fix vulnerabilities which are commonly found on the websites on the internet.

In this course, you will also learn How can you start your journey on many famous bug hunting platforms like Bugcrowd, Hackerone, Synack, Private RVDP, Intigriti, NCIIPC Govt of India and Open Bug Bounty.

Along with this, you will be able to hunt and report vulnerabilities to NCIIPC Government of India, also to private companies and to their responsible disclosure programs.

You will also learn Advance techniques to bypass filters and the developers logic for each kind of vulnerability. I have also shared personal tips and tricks for each attacks where you can trick the application and find bugs quickly.

This course also includes the Breakdown of all Hackerone Reports which are found and submitted by other hackers for better understanding as we will cover each type of technique in the course.

This course also includes important interview questions and answers which will be helpful in any penetration testing job interview.

Here's a more detailed breakdown of the course content:

In all the sections we will start the fundamental principle of How the attack works, Exploitation and How to defend from those attacks.

In Lab Setup, We will cover what is Burpsuite Proxy and Linux, also we will learn how to setup both for further pentesting and hunting.

1. In Subdomain Takeovers, we will cover all different types of cloud based scenarios  like AWS, Github, Shopify, Tumblr and many more. In addition, we will learn Advance fingerprints and our newly made Can I take over all XYZ templates.

We will see all the types of Subdomain takeovers attacks on live websites which will give you a better understanding of the live environment when you will start your bug hunting journey.

This course also includes a breakdown of all the Hackerone reports submitted by other hackers for Subdomain Takeovers type of vulnerability wherein we will see and practice all types of attacks in our course.

In the end, we will also cover mitigations to secure a website and prevent these types of attacks.

In the end, I have added Interview Questions and answers which be helpful for you when Subdomain Takeovers questions are asked in any job or internship.

2. In File Inclusion , we will cover all diff types of ways to attacks Linux and Windows based systems. We will cover Local and Remote File Inclusion Attacks.

We will see all the types of File inclusion bypass on live websites which will give you a better understanding of the live environment when you will start your bug hunting journey.

We will also cover different ways to perform File Inclusion Exploitation using different techniques. We will also leverage our file inclusion to Remote Code Execution on live targets.

This course also includes a breakdown of all the Hackerone reports submitted by other hackers for File Inclusion type of vulnerability wherein we will see and practice all types of attacks in our course.

In the end, we will also cover mitigations to secure a website and prevent these types of attacks.

I have added Interview Questions and answers which be helpful for you when File Inclusion questions are asked in any job or internship.

3. In Server Side Request Forgery SSRF Attacks, we will check this vulnerability for different injection points, In addition, we will learn how to find these types of vulnerabilities in multiple targets.

We will see all the types of SSRF attacks on live websites which will give you a better understanding of the live environment when you will start your bug hunting journey.

We will also cover different ways to perform SSRF Attacks Exploitation using multiple types by bypass tricks on targets.

We will also learn how to scan the internal ports of the target vulnerable running server.

We will also see the exploitation and download of the metadeta of the AWS Instances using SSRF which generally other researchers miss out.

This course also includes a breakdown of all the Hackerone reports submitted by other hackers for SSRF Attacks type of vulnerability wherein we will see and practice all types of attacks in our course.

In the end, we will also cover mitigations to secure a website and prevent these types of attacks.

4. In Remote Code Execution (RCE) Attacks, we will check this vulnerability for different injection points, In addition, we will learn how to find these types of vulnerabilities can lead to execution of malicious code on the target server.

We will also cover different ways to perform code injection attacks on multiple targets to make you comfortable with different examples and test cases.

This course also includes a breakdown of all the Hackerone reports submitted by other hackers for RCE type of vulnerability wherein we will see and practice all types of attacks in our course.

In the end, we will also cover mitigations to secure a website and prevent these types of attacks.

5. In SQL Injection, we will check this vulnerability for different injection points, In addition, we will learn how to find these types of vulnerabilities can lead to Database Dumping & Sensitive Data Disclosure of other users.

We will see all the types of SQLi attacks on live websites which will give you a better understanding of the live environment when you will start your bug hunting journey.

We will also cover different ways to perform SQLi attacks and bypass SQLi protection on many live websites by using different WAF bypass payloads.

This course also includes a breakdown of all the Hackerone reports submitted by other hackers for SQLi type of vulnerability wherein we will see and practice all types of attacks in our course.

In the end, we will also cover mitigations to secure a website and prevent these types of attacks.

6. In HTML Injection, we will check this vulnerability for different injection points, In addition, we will learn how to find these types of vulnerabilities can lead to tricking users in visiting malicious websites and identify theft.

We will see all the types of HTML Injection attacks on live websites which will give you a better understanding of the live environment when you will start your bug hunting journey.

This course also includes a breakdown of all the Hackerone reports submitted by other hackers for HTML Injection type of vulnerability wherein we will see and practice all types of attacks in our course.

In the end, we will also cover mitigations to secure a website and prevent these types of attacks.

7. In Clickjacking, we will check this vulnerability for different targets, In addition, we will learn how to find these types of vulnerabilities can lead to sensitive actions on target websites.

We will see all the types of Clickjacking attacks on live websites which will give you a better understanding of the live environment when you will start your bug hunting journey.

This course also includes a breakdown of all the Hackerone reports submitted by other hackers for Clickjacking type of vulnerability wherein we will see and practice all types of attacks in our course.

In the end, we will also cover mitigations to secure a website and prevent these types of attacks.

8. In Broken Link Hijacking , we will check this vulnerability for different targets, In addition, we will learn how to find these types of vulnerabilities can lead to takeovers of files, accounts, media etc  on target websites.

We will see all the types of BHL attacks on live websites which will give you a better understanding of the live environment when you will start your bug hunting journey.

This course also includes a breakdown of all the Hackerone reports submitted by other hackers for BHL type of vulnerability wherein we will see and practice all types of attacks in our course.

In the end, we will also cover mitigations to secure a website and prevent these types of attacks.

You will also get additional BONUS sessions, in which I m going to share my personal approach for hunting bugs. All the videos are recorded on Live websites so that you understand the concepts as well as you get comfortable to work on a live environment. I have also added Interview Questions and answers for each attack which will be helpful for those are preparing for Job Interviews and Internships in the field of Information Security.

With this course, you 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 as soon as possible.

Special Thanks to -  Ronit Bhatt, Vaibhav Lakhani, Ritika Keni, Pranav Bhandari and all other Hacktify Team Members for Vulnerability Disclosures POC's & constant support.

If you would like to contribute to us mail at - shifa@hacktify.in

Notes:

  • This course is created for educational purposes only and all the websites I have performed attacks are ethically reported and fixed.

  • Testing any website which doesn’t have a Responsible Disclosure Policy is unethical and against the law, the author doesn’t hold any responsibility.

Mobile Application Hacking and Penetration Testing (Android)

Practice Mobile Application Hacking and Penetration Testing against a number of real world mobile applications.

Created by Eslam Medhat (Ethical Hacking, Bug Bounty and Penetration Testing) - Hacking, Ethical Hacking, Bug Bounty and Penetration Testing

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Students: 2065, Price: $124.99

Students: 2065, Price:  Paid

This course includes all necessary information to start your carrier in Cyber Security field. This course aims to teach you how to perform full penetration testing on Android Mobile applications.

Course at a glance:

- Start from Android architectures basics.

- Covers Mobile applications reverse engineering.

- Practice on real world mobile applications.

- Build your own home lab on mobile application security.

- Provides you the skills necessary to perform Penetration tests of mobile applications.

Syllabus:

  • Introduction To Mobile Apps.

  • Mobile Application Security.

  • Mobile Application Penetration Testing.

  • The most common areas where we find mobile application data resides.

  • The Architecture of Android.

  • The App Sandbox and the Permission Model.

  • AndroidManifest.xml File.

  • Android Compilation Process.

  • Android Startup Process.

  • Android Application Components.

  • Setup a testing environment.

  • Android Debug Bridge (adb).

  • Digging deeper into Android (ADB tool).

  • intercept and analyze the network traffic.

  • Reversing an Android application.

  • OWASP top 10 vulnerabilities for mobiles.

  • Install DIVA (Damn insecure and vulnerable App).

  • Insecure Logging Issue.

  • Insecure Data Storage.

  • Database Insecure Storage.

  • Insecure Data Storage Inside Temporary Files.

  • Hardcoding Issues.

  • Input Validation Issues - SQL Injection.

  • Input Validation Issues - Exploiting Webview Vulnerability.

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 10 hours.

NOTE: This course is created for educational purposes only.

Recon for Ethical Hacking / Penetration Testing & Bug Bounty

Complete Methodology for Ethical Hacking, Pentesting & Bug Bounties with Live Attacks

Created by Rohit Gautam - Founder & CEO of Hacktify Cyber Security

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Students: 1632, Price: $99.99

Students: 1632, Price:  Paid

Welcome to Recon for Bug Bounty, Pentesting & Ethical Hacking.

This course starts with the Basics of Recon & Bug Bounty Hunting Fundamentals to Advance Exploitation.

This course starts with basics with Web and Web Server Works and how it can be used in our day to day life. We will also learn about DNS, URL vs URN vs URI and Recon for Bug Bounties to make our base stronger and then further move on to Target Expansion, Content Discovery, Fuzzing CMS Identification, Certificate Transparency, Visual Recon , Github Recon , Custom Wordlists , Mind maps, Bug Bounty Automation, Bug Bounty Platforms with practicals.

This course covers All the Tools & Techniques for Penetration Testing & Bug Bounties for a better understanding of what’s happening behind the hood.

The course also includes in depth approach towards any target and increases the scope for mass hunting and success.

With this course, we will learn Target Selection Techniques for Host, Subnet Scans & Host Discovery, Content Discovery, Subdomain Enumeration Horizontal & Vertical, CMS Identification, Fuzzing the target for finding web vulnerabilities like XSS, Open Redirect, SSRF, Sql Injection etc. How to increase the scope and take screenshots for large number for hosts for better visualisation. We will also learn How to use Shodan for Bug Bounties to find critical vulnerabilities in targets. We will also see Github Recon to find sensitive information for targets like API keys from GitHub Repositories. Next we will see How to perform Automation for daily day to day tasks and easier ways to run tools, We will also see How to write Bug Bounty & pentesting Reports. We will also cover mind maps by other hackers for a better approach towards any target and also we will see mindmap created by us. We will also see Bug Bounty Platforms and how to kick start our journey on them.

Here's a more detailed breakdown of the course content:

In all the sections we will start the fundamental principle of How the scan works and How can we perform Exploitation.

  • In Introduction, We will cover What is Web, What are Web Servers, DNS and We will also learn about DNS and How DNS works and also How DNS is important in our day to day life.We will also see the difference between URL, URN and URI, We will also see the complete breakdown of URL to understand better. We will also learn about Bug-Bounty Hunting and Understand the Importance of Recon in Bug-Bounty Hunting and Pentesting.

  • Before starting the journey, We will see Top-10 rules for Bug-Bounty Hunting and we will understand the psychology of the Hackers.

  • In Shodan for Bug-Bounties we will start with the installation of Shodan and we will learn about Shodan Queries such as Info, Count downloads and many more and will run them from our command line. We will also learn Host Enumeration, Parse dataset, Search Queries, Scan commands using Shodan. The Section cannot be completed without learning about Shodan GUI which is very simple and easily understandable. We will also see Shodan Images, Exploits , Report generation and alot more.

    In the end, we will see the summary and revision of the section to remember the important queries and key points.

  • We will see live hunting with Shodan and understand about latest CVE’s and perform exploits. We will see Jenkins Exploitation Logs, Jenkins Exploitation Credentials, ADB under Shodan LIVE Hunting.

  • In Certificate Transparency for Subdomain Enumeration we will learn about crt[dot]sh, wildcards of crt[dot]sh and We will learn automation for crt[dot]shto enumerate subdomains for a target. We will also learn about Shodan, Censys for Subdomain Enumeration, We will learn about Google and Facebook Certificate Transparency. We will also learn to find out Subdomains using DNS Dumpster and enumerate all the DNS records as well as save the hosts in a xlsx format. We will also see the workflow for dnsdumpster to know about the whole target server from its DNS records like A, CNAME, MX, TXT etc.

  • In Scope Expansion we will learn about ASN Lookup, Pentest tools, VirusTotal. We will also learn about some awesome tools like Sublister, Subfinder, knockpy, Asset Finder, Amass, Findomain, Sublert, Project Discovery Nmmapper and a lot more.
    We will also understand how to use them effectively for expanding the scope to walk on less travelled road and achieve success in bug bounties

  • In DNS Enumeration for Bug-Bounties we will learn and understand about DNS Dumpster, DNS Goodies, Altdns, Massdns, Vertical & Horizontal Correlation (Viewdns.info) and enumerate the subdomains from the recursive DNS.

  • We will start with Introduction to Fuzzing, Its importance and Step by Step process, We will see fuzzing practically on LAB and LIVE websites to understand better.
    We will Learn, Understand and Use tools like Wfuzz and FFUF and also see how we can perform recursive fuzzing on the target. We will also perform HTTP Basic Auth Fuzz to crack the login of the dashboards and also do Login Authentication Cracking with the help of useful wordlists.

  • We will utilise some of the wordlists like Seclists, FuzzDB, Jhaddix All.txt and will also see how to make our own custom wordlists for the targets.

  • Content Discovery covers tools like Dirsearch, Gobuster which will be helpful for finding out sensitive endpoints of the targets like db.conf or env files which may contain the DB username and passwords. Also sensitive information like periodic backups or source code and can also be identified which can lead to compromise of the whole server.

  • In CMS Identification we will learn and understand about Wappalyzer, Builtwith, Netcraft, Whatweb, Retire.js

    As Banner Grabbing and identifying information about the target is the foremost step, we will identify the underlying technologies which will enable us to narrow down the approach which will lead to success.

  • In WAF Identification we will see WAF Detection with Nmap, WAF Fingerprinting with Nmap, WafW00f vs Nmap.

    We will know, If there are any firewalls running on the target and accordingly send our payloads to the targets and throttle our requests so we can evade them successfully.

  • The Mindmaps for Recon and Bug-Bounty section will cover the approach and methodology towards the target for pentesting and bug bounty. A strong and clear visual building block visual representation will help in performing the attack process with more clarity and will help in knowing the next steps.

  • The Bug-Bounty Platforms section contains a Roadmap of How to start your Bug-Bounty Journey on different Platforms like Hackerone, Bugcrowd, Integrity, Synack, It also covers how to Report Private RVDP Programs.

    With this course, you 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 as soon as possible.

    Notes:

    • This course is created for educational purposes only and all the websites I have performed attacks are ethically reported and fixed.

    • Testing any website which doesn’t have a Responsible Disclosure Policy is unethical and against the law, the author doesn’t hold any responsibility.

Nmap for Ethical Hacking/ Network Security & Bug Bounties

Complete Ethical Hacking with Nmap for Network Security, Penetration Testing & Bug Bounties

Created by Rohit Gautam - Founder & CEO of Hacktify Cyber Security

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Students: 1300, Price: $129.99

Students: 1300, Price:  Paid

Welcome to Ethical Hacking / Network Security Pentesting & Nmap.

This course starts with the basics of Network Fundamentals to Advance Exploitation.

This course starts with basics with TCP/IP Model and OSI Model and how it can be used in our day to day life. We will also learn TCP, UDP Packets, and Topologies to make our base stronger and then further move on to Ports and Protocols usage with practicals.

This course covers All the Nmap Scan Types with Wireshark Packet Analysis for a better understanding of what’s happening behind the hood.

The course also includes principles for each scan type and its Advantages and Disadvantages for Network Scans.

With this course, we will learn Target Selection Techniques for Host, Subnet Scans & Host Discovery. How to choose large Hosts from files and choose random hosts, also how to exclude them from our scans.

This course will cover port scanning and port knocking which is useful for Penetration Testing & CTF’s

Then we will see How to perform Service Version Detection for vulnerable services for exploitation.

We perform OS Detection and fuzzy scripts to identify the underlying targeted OS

We will also cover Nmap Output Formats to save the output in different formats like HTML and XML. We Willa also see How we can convert XML to CSV format for Recon of Bug Bounty & Penetration Testing.

We will cover Script Scans and use Nmap’s powerful scripting engine for scanning.

Next, we will cover the Nmap Script attack for different categories like Safe, Vulnerability, DOS, Exploit, Not Intrusive, and Boolean Expressions.

Next, we will cover Nmap for reconnaissance for Bug Bounty and Pentesting.

We will cover Nmap Protocols and Exploitation in which we will see protocols like FTP, SSH, HTTP and its exploitation. We will also cover HTTP Basic Auth Exploitation and PUT to RCE using Nmap

Next section, we will see Custom NSE scripts and its anatomy and will also learn How to write your own scripts.

In the next section, we will cover Nmap Timing Parameters and Firewall Analysis to bypass firewalls with Nmap parameters.

Next, we will cover Nmap Timing and Performance to tune Nmap Scans for better results and performance

Next, we will learn how to bypass Timing based firewalls with Nmap

Next section, we will learn How to Bypass IDS and Firewalls with Mac Spoofing, Cloak scan with decoys, Faking TTL and adding Bogus TCP/UDP Checksums.

Next, we will see The Nmap GUI which is the Zenmap

In the last section, we will write our own Python program for scanning and OS Detection based on Nmap.

Here's a more detailed breakdown of the course content:

In all the sections we will start the fundamental principle of How the scan works and How can we perform Exploitation.

1. In Introduction, We will cover What are TCP/IP Models and OSI Models, What is the difference between both and how can we implement it in our day to day life.

We will also learn about network types and fundamentals. We will also see what are network topologies and what are IP and MAC address.

2. In Ports and Protocols, We will cover fundamentals of what are ports and protocols and how do they communicate. We will see protocols like FTP, SSH, DHCP, SSH, Telnet, RDP, HTTP, HTTPS, and their practicals.

In the end, we will see the summary and revision of this section to remember the important protocols & key points.

3. In Nmap Scan Types and Techniques, We will cover most of the commonly used and important scans like TCP, Stealth, Null, UDP, FIN, XMAS, ACK, and Zombie Scan.

We will also see the advantages and disadvantages of each scan type and also see the live Packet Analysis to understand what is happening behind the hood and how all the scans differ from each other.

In the end, we will see the summary and revision of this section to remember the important Scan Types & key points.

4. In Nmap Target Selection and Techniques, We will cover How can we perform a Host Scan using Nmap. We will also see How to perform a Subnet Scan & Host Discovery to identify Live Hosts.

We will also see the difference between Netdiscover and Nmap Host Discovery and the difference between the output.

Next, we will see, How can we scan a large number of Hosts from files using a file input scan.

We will learn how to exclude hosts from a subnet scan or a File input scan if they are blacklisted or whitelisted into a network.

We will also cover How can we Bypass Windows Firewall Rule with No Host Discovery and successfully identify the information about the target.

5. In Nmap Port Scan and Techniques, We will cover How can we perform a Port Scan using Names and numbers with Nmap. We will also see How to identify only open ports perform a Fast Port Scan.

We will also see Port Knocking of hidden ports, which is useful in Penetration Testing and CTF’s. We will also see How can we scan ports without randomization and in a sequential manner along with scanning of only Top Ports.

In the end, we will see the summary and revision of this section to remember the important Port Scan Types & key points.

6. In Nmap Service version Detection, We will cover How can we perform a Service Version Detection Scan using Nmap to identify running older services on the target systems

We will also perform Service Detection with Light Intensity to All to find the exact versions of the target systems.

In the end, We will also see the Service Version trace to identify how each packet is sent and How Nmap is able to identify services based on fingerprints.

7. In Nmap OS Detection, We will cover How can we perform an OS Detection Scan using Nmap to identify Operating System and their versions installed on the targets.

We will also perform OS Detection Fuzzy scripts to find the exact versions of the OS of the target systems. We will also see the OS Detection Scripts for better identification of results.

8. In Nmap Output Formats, We will cover How can we save the output from the Nmap Scans to specific formats. This is useful as we save the output and later check if the installed software on the targets have been outdated or not for successful exploitation.

We will save the output in different formats like XML, HTML, Script Kiddie, and Greppable.

We will also see How we can convert XML output to HTML for better visual identification of hosts using xsltproc.

We will also save our XML output to CSV using python parser for bug bounty reconnaissance.

In the end, we will see how one command can save all the output types of all the formats.

9. In Nmap Script Scan, We will cover Nmap’s powerful feature its NSE engine which contains powerful and handy scripts to run on the targets. We will become familiar with the usage of scripts, help, and updating the database.

We will see how to use NSE arguments to run scripts. We will also see how you can use script sets to perform mass script scanning against the targets.

10. In Nmap Script Attack Categories, We will see different types of script categories and run all of them against the target.

We will cover scripts of categories - Safe, Vulnerability, DOS, Exploit, Not Intrusive.

We will also cover how you can run multiple script categories with the help of Boolean Expressions in Nmap.

11. In Nmap for Reconnaissance, We will see different ways to perform recon for Pentesting and Bug Bounty Hunting.

We will cover trace-route scans, geo resolution of IP’s, IP information, and get sensitive results from DNS Bruteforce

Also, We will learn how can we find live hosts on IP ranges. We will also cover whois scan, Robots scan to find information related to targets.

Next, We will see how can we identify web application firewalls on domains, So we do not get blocked by running our scans and payloads. We will also cover How can find vulnerable targets from Shodan using Nmap. We will also see how can we scrape emails from the target for enumeration and generate a sitemap for the target.

12. In Nmap Protocol Exploitation, We will see different types of exploitation for different protocols like FTP, SSH, DNS, HTTP Basic Auth.

We will also cover how can we exploit HTTP Methods to achieve Remote Code Execution using Nmap.

We will also see How can we perform Heart Bleed Scan using Nmap against any target, also will cover HTTP Open Proxy Enumeration to find any open proxies.

In last, We will see How can we perform Zone Transfer to dump all the Zone Records of master and slave servers

13. In Nmap Web Exploitation, We will see how can we perform HTTP headers and HTTP Security Headers scan to identify targets vulnerable.

We will also cover famous web-based vulnerabilities like - XSS, SQL Injection, CSRF.

In the end, we will also see to find targets vulnerable to Default Account Exploitation and IIS Web server name disclosure.

14. In Nmap Custom NSE Scripts, We will see Anatomy of Nmap’s powerful Nmap scripting engine.

In the end, We will also learn How to write our own first NSE script.

15. In Nmap Timing and Performance, We will see what are Nmap Insane Scan, Aggressive Scan, Normal Scan, Polite Scan, Sneaky Scan, and Paranoid Scan.

Next, We will see each of their breakdown using the Wireshark network analyzer.

16. In Nmap Time Based Firewalls Evasion, We will see how can a System Administrator can block Nmap Insane Scan and How can we bypass it using 2 tricks.

We will see How Administrator can block Aggressive Scan, Normal Scan, Polite Scan, Sneaky Scan, Paranoid Scan, and How can we bypass all of them by tuning our scans.

17. In Nmap Firewall & IDS Bypass, We will see how can a bypass targets with Cloak Scans and Decoys.

We will see How to spoof Mac address to hide our identities, How to change our network interfaces for scanning, How to change the source port numbers for scanning, How to send Fake TTL, How to relay proxies, How to append random data with packets, How to send Bogus TCP/UDP Checksum,

How to perform a Fragment scan to send invalid packet sizes, and perform MTU Scans.

18. In Zenmap The Nmap GUI, We will see the graphical user interface version of Nmap.

We will perform the installation of the GUI Version and learn the usage and roadmap of zenmap.

19. In Nmap with Vulscan Automation for Penetrating Testing, We will learn the setup of vulnscan with Nmap for automatic vulnerability scanning and turn Nmap into a powerful vulnerability scanner.

We will enumerate vulnerabilities based on CVE databases from different websites.

20. In Nmap with Python for Penetrating Testing, We will learn the setup of python and will learn to write our own python program for a network scanner.

In the end, we will write a python program for port scanning of targets to identify the port state as open or closed.

With this course, you 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 as soon as possible.

Notes:

  • This course is created for educational purposes only and all the websites I have performed attacks are ethically reported and fixed.

  • Testing any website which doesn’t have a Responsible Disclosure Policy is unethical and against the law, the author doesn’t hold any responsibility.

Bug Bounty Secrets – Bug Bounty From Industry’s Perspective

Bug Bounty Made Easy : Test Web Apps & Earn Money With Bug Bounty Secrets

Created by Corporate Security Institute (CSI) - Where Security Meets Enterprise

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Students: 775, Price: $89.99

Students: 775, Price:  Paid

Before I share my goal with this bug bounty secrets class, Let me first help you to get the big picture!

OWASP TOP 10 IS DEAD!
Sadly the experts promote this concept too excessively :(
Most beginners in the industry think that this will get them a job.
OWASP Top 10 is not what anyone will ask you in an interview. Infect, It is the OWASP Testing Methodology, they are looking for!!!

You see, All these Big Companies and  Top Brands,
Well, When these companies get's Hacked/Breached, and then they are sued in the court by one person or another

THE ONLY WAY TO GET OUT IS BY PROVING ENTERPRISE GRADE REPORTS!!!
Now you may ask why should you care?

In a nutshell, They have to present a BOOK to the court. This book is a 100-150 page methodology report.
They show that We did all the tests given in a Global Methodology. Now if they get hacked, it's not their fault

I want to teach you this methodology and help you differentiate yourself from the rest.
This course will allow you the Gain the ability to do a Complete Web Application Audit and create that book!

Now before you press that Enroll Button, I want to tell you that this course is not meant for everyone.
There is a lot of work needed. This won't be a Feed Me From Spoon Experience.  Things are tough, But if you are willing to put in that Extra Concentrated Effort for a week on this course...

I PROMISE!!!
This is the best decision you would have made. Moreover, There is no way you can go wrong with Udemy's Money Back Guarantee.

Let's dive in this journey from zero to hero on web app testing.
~ Mandeep Singh

Bug Bounty A-Z™: Ethical Hacking + Cyber Security Course

Live Practicals to become an expert in Bug Bounty Web Application Penetration Testing, Cryptography and Kali Linux!

Created by SecuritasX™ IT Training - Information Security Trainings and Consultancy

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Students: 614, Price: $89.99

Students: 614, Price:  Paid

Bug bounty hunting is the recently arising and moving job in network safety that permits freehand security experts to evaluate the application and stage security of an association in vision to distinguish bugs or weaknesses. With a free hand to morally hack and pen testing applications created by the in-house labor force of the associations, bug bounty trackers are for the most part generously compensated to find and report security bugs

Many major organizations use bug bounties as a part of their security program, including AOL, Android, Apple, Digital Ocean, and Goldman Sachs. You can view a list of all the programs offered by major bug bounty providers, Bugcrowd and HackerOne, at these links

Why do companies use bug bounty programs?

  • Bug bounty programs enable organizations to bridle a huge gathering of programmers to discover bugs in their code.

  • This gives them admittance to a bigger number of programmers or analyzers than they would have the option to access on a one-on-one premise. It can likewise build the odds that bugs are found and answered to them before pernicious programmers can abuse them.

  • It can likewise be a decent advertising decision for a firm. As bug bounties have gotten more normal, having a bug abundance program can move toward the general population and even controllers that an association has a full-grown security program.

What will you learn in this course?

  • Fundamentals of Cybersecurity

  • Overview of Ethical Hacking Terminologies

  • What is Kali Linux and why do we use it?

  • Setting up your own Penetration Testing Labs

  • Understanding of OWASP Broken Web Application and MetaSploitable

  • Phases of Penetration Testing

  • Information Gathering

  • Scanning Target Network for Valuable Information

  • Vulnerability Assessment

  • Exploiting SQL Injection Vulnerabilities

  • Different ways to perform CSRF attacks and bypass CSRF protection

  • Types of an Authentication bypass

  • Different ways to perform XSS Exploitation using multiple types of payloads

Since the convolution of safety dangers has duplicated, the necessity for bug bounty trackers and their importance across the world is quickly increasing. Receiving a determined methodology and viewpoint towards security can help associations safeguard their standing viably. All things considered, Take a crack at this course and begin adapting now!

With this course, you 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 as soon as possible.

Disclaimer:

  • This course is created for educational purposes only.

  • We believe that ethical hacking, information security, and cybersecurity should be familiar subjects to anyone using digital

    information and computers. We believe that it is impossible to defend yourself from hackers without knowing how hacking is done.

  • Hacking tutorials are against the misuse of the information and we strongly suggest against it. Please regard the word hacking as ethical hacking or penetration testing every time this word is used. All tutorials and videos do not contain any illegal activity. We do not promote, encourage, support, or excite any illegal activity.

  • The misuse of the information in this course can result in criminal charges brought against the persons in question. The instructors will not be held responsible in the event any criminal charges be brought against any individuals misusing the information in this course to break the law.

  • We believe only in White Hat Hacking. On the other hand, we condemn Black Hat Hacking. No other organization is associated with this course or a certification exam. Although, you will receive a Course Completion Certification from Udemy, apart from that NO OTHER ORGANISATION IS INVOLVED.

  • Please enroll in this course only if you agree with the above points. See you in the first lecture :)

Web Application penetration testing and Bug Bounty Course

Complete Ethical hacking and penetration testing guide to make sure that your web application is secure

Created by Igneus Technologies - Best Comprehensive Courses

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Students: 597, Price: $89.99

Students: 597, Price:  Paid

Welcome to Web application penetration testing and bug bounty course. A course that teaches you practically, about web application security, protecting your websites from attacks and reporting bugs for reward money, if you found one.

Every single day, you read this in news, linkedin was attacked, Yahoo was attacked and have asked users to change their passwords. Cyber security is next Big thing. Every month thousands of people are learning about web app development and yet only a few are learning to secure those applications

We have designed this course, so that you can learn to secure web application. Regardless that you know, How to design one or not, these skills will help you to run various tests and enhance security of web apps. By the end of this course, you will able to apply for Junior web application pen tester, A complete independent bug bounty hunter and secure web developer.

In this course we will learn to install our own labs to do pentesting. We will walk you through with OWASP, top vulnerabilities like sql injection, Cross site scripting, session management flaws and various others. Also we will give you enough challenges to practice along.

Ideal student for this course is one who is interested in Web application security, Bug bounty and developers who want to secure their web apps.

Our goal with this course is to create more security experts so that these incidents can be minimised. It used to be time when banks were attacked, now everything is online and so is the money and attackers. Every web application developers should have skills to secure web application. In fact, development should be a process with constant involvement of cyber security experts. 

Join us in this goal of creating secure cyber space. This course is great starting point to earn some good bounties with bugs. Take a look at some free previews and See You Inside Course.

Ethical Hacking Master Course : Web Bug Bounty from scratch

Live practice of major website flaws like SQL,OTP Bypassing, Payment Gateway bypass etc. with Mitigation & report making

Created by Saksham Choudhary - Cyber Security Researcher & Co-Founder at Learncodeonline

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Students: 552, Price: $89.99

Students: 552, Price:  Paid

Web attacks are a major business risk that is hurting the reputation of corporate field. 
We have seen in our past time that personal data of users & user accounts are compromised. 
Security of major fortune companies like facebook, flickr etc. were compromised and we have the live demonstration & mitigation of those attacks with complete case study.

This is a very comprehensive course on website hacking and mitigation with case studies, assuming that student is a beginner and has no prior experience.

We have even designed our own SQL Lab so that you can try the live demonstrations of this number 1 vulnerability of OWASP as a bonus. 

Let's have a look at the course flow now. 

  • First of all you'll be getting the basic introduction on what types of hackers are there on this earth and how many job opportunities are there in this field. 
  • We will have a look at the platforms where you can make tons of money by reporting bugs.
  • We will setup our own pentesting lab so that you cannot harm anyone.
  • We will take a quick crash course on Linux so that you can get friendly with the basic linux commands.
  • We will also talk about maintaining anonymity and how to trace the criminals with their mac addresses.
  • We will then jump on to the information gathering of the websites because you should have a complete knowledge of the background that you are playing in. 

Vulnerabilities :- 

  • Payment Gateway bypass & OTP Brute forcing :- We will learn that how you can brute force the one time password that is given to the user to verify and how you can manipulate the payment gateway bypass. 
  • Local File inclusion - This vulnerability can be used to read any file on the target derver, this can exploited to read sensitive files, we will not stop at that though, you will learn two methods to escalate this vulnerability and get a reverse shell connection which gives you full control over the target web server.
  • Remote File inclusion - This vulnerability can be load remote files on the target web server, exploiting this vulnerability properly gives you full control over the target web server.
  • File upload :  This vulnerability allow attackers to upload executable files on the target web server, exploiting these vulnerabilities properly gives you full control over the target website .
  • Code Execution - This vulnerability allow users to run system code on the target web server, this can be used to execute malicious code and get a reverse shell access which gives the attacker full control over the target web server.
  • SQL Injection- This is one of the biggest sections on the course, this is because this is one of the most dangerous vulnerabilities ever, it is found everywhere, not only that but it can be exploited to do all of the things the above vulnerabilities allow us to and more, so it allows you to login as admin without knowing the password, access the database and get all data stored there such as usernames, passwords, credit cards ....etc, read files stored in the server, write files to the server and even get a reverse shell access which gives you full control over the web server!
  • XSS - This vulnerability can be used to run javascript code on users who access the vulnerable pages, we won't stop at that, you will learn how to steal credentials from users (such as facebook or youtube passwords) and even gain full access to their computer. You will learn all three types (reflected, stored and DOM-based).
  • Insecure Session Management - In this section you will learn how to exploit insecure session management in web applications and login to other user accounts without knowing their password, you'll also learn how to discover and exploit CSRF (Cross Site Reguest Forgery.
  • Brute Force & Dictionary Attacks - In this section you will learn what are these attacks, what is the difference between them and how to launch them, in successful cases you will be able to guess the password for your target login.

All the attacks in this course are practical attacks that work against any real websites, in each vulnerability you will learn the basic exploitation, then you will learn advanced methods that will give you more privileges or allow you to bypass security measurements -- You will learn how and why these vulnerabilities are exploitable, how to fix them and what are the right practices to avoid casing them.


NOTE: This course is created for educational purposes only and all the attacks are launched in my own lab or against devices that I have permission to test.

Pentesters Practical Approach for Bug Hunting and Bug Bounty

Hunting Bugs Effectively

Created by Detox Technologies - DetoxTech Learning

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Students: 347, Price: $19.99

Students: 347, Price:  Paid

Welcome to this course on Pentesters Practical Approach for Bug Hunting and Bug Bounty.  To enjoy this course, you need a positive attitude and a desire to learn.

In this course, you will learn the practical side of penetration testers and bug hunters. We have seen that how some of the pen-testers are earning millions in a year through bug bounty platforms. Too many courses teach students tools and concepts that are never used in the real world.  In this course, we will focus only on tools, topics and practical live demonstration that will make you successful as a security researcher and bug hunter.  The course is incredibly hands on and will cover all essential topics.

This is a short-term beginner-friendly practical course that covers different types of offensive techniques and strategical approach to pentest the web application.

Takeaways: After this course you will be able to find various types of vulnerabilities which you often miss during your assessment.

Modules Introduced in this Course:

  • Defining the target Scope

  • Understanding Application Business Logic

  • Threat Mapping

  • Performing scope based recon

  • Performing Manual Pentesting

  • Performing Application Specific Attacks

  • Introduction to Juice Shop

  • Hitting hard Juice shop

  • Application navigation to each feature

  • SSL/TLS Enumeration Attacks

  • Banner Exploits

  • Version Enumeration

  • Sensitive data fetching using FTP Exploration

  • Leaked Information lookup in Page Source

  • Authentication Authorization Flaws

  • XSS Exploits

  • Injection Attacks

  • Client Side Validation Bypass Attacks

  • Parameter Pollution Attack

  • Force Data Pushing Attack

  • Session Based Flaws

  • Hunt For Injection and IDOR

  • Privilege Escalation Hunt

  • Exploit File Upload Feature

  • Role Level Checks Bypass

  • Business Logic Bypass Exploit

  • Broken Access Control

  • Payment Gateway Bypass attacks

  • Missing Server Side Validation Exploit

Note: This course has been created for educational purposes only. All attacks shown were done so with given permission. Please do not attack a host unless you have permission to do so.

2021 Beginner Bug Bounty & Web Application Testing

Ethical Hacking for Complete Beginners

Created by Ryan Weaver PhD - Cyber Security

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Students: 324, Price: $19.99

Students: 324, Price:  Paid

In this course, we will cover all that is required for you to begin your Bug Bounty career! We will set up your working environment and learn how to do recon on the target application. Some of the Vulnerabilities that are covered include: URL manipulation, IDOR's, Business Logic Errors, SQL injection, XSS and more! No prior experience is necessary.

I have designed this course knowing that there will be many students who want to learn bug bounty hunting, who do not have any knowledge of programing or programming languages. Therefore, this course was developed in such a way that you do not need to possess any coding skills. (However, in a separate intermediate level course, it will be advantageous that you have some basic programming skills in order to follow along.) I will walk you through finding programs that you are interested in researching and help you understand what vulnerabilities are permitted on the application, as well as which ones are labeled as out of scope.

I update this course regularly and respond to questions as soon as I can. I encourage my students to ask questions when you don't understand a concept. Please let me know if a video is out of date or the instruction is not clear so I can update the videos and make this the best possible learning experience for you!

Software Testing – Freelance, Crowd-sourced and Bug Bounties

18 amazing work-from-home job Ideas doing software testing

Created by Bryn Scully - Software Testing Instructor

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Students: 70, Price: $59.99

Students: 70, Price:  Paid

Students' review comments:

  • "Well researched and concise. Great information for beginners level to advance level testers."

  • "It has opened my eyes to the opportunities offered on-line for alternative employment - gigs."

Course Description:

In this software testing course, get introduced to 18 amazing platforms that support freelance, crowd-sourced and bug bounty software testing, where you can work from home. Learn which ones are suitable for you. Start earning extra income on the side, or even grow this to be a full time business.

This course reveals 18 amazing work from home job ideas for software testers. Each of the 18 ideas, is in individual lectures, where I navigate around the platform to show you important features and explain how to register, how to get the projects, how much they pay and how to get paid. Will also end each lecture with a summary. Not to be missed is the guidance on which platform to sign up for, and the very special bonus lecture.

This course is suitable for anyone wanting to earn extra income from software testing freelance work, including people in-between jobs, stay-at-home parents and computer software enthusiasts, and those wanting to start a successful entrepreneurial journey by freelancing.

The contents of this course is accurate at time of publishing. Do refer to the individual platforms for more up to date information.

Bug Bounty Offensive Hunting Course : A Complete Guide

Website Hacking / Penetration Testing & Bug Bounty Hunting

Created by Samarjeet Yadav - Cyber Security Researcher

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Students: 52, Price: $89.99

Students: 52, Price:  Paid

Welcome to Bug Bounty Offensive Hunting Course: A complete guide. This course will cover most of the vulnerabilities of OWASP TOP 10 & Web Application Penetration Testing.

you will start as a beginner with no hands-on experience on bug bounty hunting and Penetration testing, you will learn from basics that what are the platforms how to start?, how to hunt?, how to report? How to find the bugs? After this course, you will emerge as a stealth Bug Bounty Hunter.

Bug bounty hunting is the act of finding security vulnerabilities or bugs in a website and responsibly disclosing it to that company’s security team in an ethical way. Bug bounties, also known as responsible disclosure programs, are set up by companies to encourage people to report potential issues discovered on their sites. Some companies choose to reward a researcher with bounty, swag, or an entry in their hall-of-fame list. If you are interested in web application security then they have a great place of honing your skills, with the potential of earning some bounty and credibility at the same time.

We have discussed all the concepts with live and lab practical to make you understandable better. At last, there is a quiz, which will be very helpful for you.