Best Exploit Development Courses

Find the best online Exploit Development Courses for you. The courses are sorted based on popularity and user ratings. We do not allow paid placements in any of our rankings. We also have a separate page listing only the Free Exploit Development Courses.

Reverse Engineering and Exploit Development

Application Penetration Testing for Security Professionals

Created by Infinite Skills - High Quality Training

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Students: 10866, Price: $49.99

Students: 10866, Price:  Paid

In this Reverse Engineering and Exploit Development training course, expert author Philip Polstra will teach you about common software vulnerabilities and how to find them, as well as how the vulnerabilities differ between various operating systems. This course is designed for beginners who are looking to get started in security, penetration testing, and reverse engineering.

You will start by learning about reversing compiled Windows applications, including using fuzzing, stack overflows, and heap overflows. From there, Philip will teach you how to reverse compiled OS X, Linux, and Android applications. This video tutorial also covers how to find other vulnerabilities, including website and database vulnerabilities. Finally, you will learn about simple exploits, web exploitation, and ARM exploitation.

Once you have completed this computer based training course, you will be fully capable of finding vulnerabilities and developing exploits for them. Working files are included, allowing you to follow along with the author throughout the lessons.

Hands-on Fuzzing and Exploit Development (Advanced)

Learn advanced techniques of creating exploits

Created by Uday Mittal - Founder at Yaksas CSC

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Students: 1158, Price: $94.99

Students: 1158, Price:  Paid

About this course

This course builds upon my previous course, Hands-on Exploit Development on Udemy.

It will teach you advanced techniques of exploiting a buffer overflow  vulnerability. Egg hunters, ASLR bypass, Stack Pivoting, Function Reuse, Manual encoding are some of the techniques covered in this course.

It follows the six stages of exploit development and  gives a detailed walk-through of each. Each module starts by identifying  the vulnerability via fuzzing. You'll learn, server fuzzing  (using Spike) and file format fuzzing (using Peach Fuzzer). It then shows  you how to create a PoC to trigger the vulnerability and convert that  PoC into a working exploit.

Through this course you will get  introduced to various tools such as Immunity Debugger, Mona library for  Immunity Debugger, Metasploit, msfvenom, Spike, Peach Fuzzer, BooFuzz and much  more.  This course is designed to be short and concise yet packed with practical knowledge.

Each video includes learning resources (in  video) and associated files (pdf slides, fuzzing scripts, peach pit python script  etc.). You can just follow along and create a working exploit. It's that  simple.  Happy hacking!

What our fellow students say about this course

"I have been looking for resources to learn different techniques of exploit development. This course was a great find. It is very easy to follow along and understand the concepts." - Surbhi Goel

"Great! More fuzzing tools are introduced."Ying-Chen Chiou

"pretty good basics,easy to follow buffer overflow" - Arun Mathew

Exploit Development for Linux (x86)

Learn exploit development the right way to crack CTFs and the toughest cyber security certification exams out there

Created by Srinivas . - Your instructor

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Students: 1094, Price: $109.99

Students: 1094, Price:  Paid

This course teaches exploit development for Linux (x86). This course introduces students to the exploit development concepts associated with Linux x86 binaries. This is an entry level to intermediate level course and we encourage you to take this course if you are interested to learn exploit development. However, remember that the course involves a lot of assembly language and debugging using a debugger. So, you need patience and passion to learn the concepts taught in the course. This course makes use of a variety of techniques on exploit development and brace yourself if you are willing to learn by sitting in front of a computer. After successfully completing this course, you will be ready to attempt several industry leading practical cyber security certification exams. 

Introduction to Exploit/Zero-Day Discovery and Development

Entry-level Exploit Development Course aimed at students looking to pass the OSCP, GXPN, or CSSLP. Beginner friendly

Created by Chang Tan - Software Engineer

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Students: 510, Price: $34.99

Students: 510, Price:  Paid

Essential for OSCP Exam Prep (Offensive Security Certified Professional)

Try our course rather than paying $800 to $1,200 for the official Offensive Security Training. Two of our exploitable programs are featured in the Penetration Testing with Kali Linux Course.

See if aiming for a OSCP is right for you! Knock down the 25 point buffer overflow box in the OSCP exam in minutes, not hours!*

*In the official OSCP Exam you are given a pre-compiled app for the buffer overflow box that is  worth 25 out of 100 points. The exam app expressedly emphasizes the bad character analysis section of the PwK course. There will be about twelve or so bad characters that must be eliminated, following the steps in our SLMail 5.5 exercise (which has far less bad characters).

Basic Introduction to Exploit Development

Students enrolling will learn how to discover and craft custom exploits against both Windows and Linux targets

The following techniques will be covered in detail

1. Stack smashing shellcode

2. Multi-stage shellcode

3. Post-exploitation

4. Pivoting on both Linux and Windows targets

5. Anonymity via Tor-over-VPN

6. Offensive shell passing between a underpowered Virtual Private Server back to a more capable Metasploit listener at home through reverse TCP and reverse SSH tunnels

7. A introduction to ROP-chaining

8. Structured Exception Handler Overwrites and Unicode Exploits

Debuggers and Tools

Students will learn how to debug flawed applications and craft exploits using

1. Immunity Debugger

2. GDB-PEDA (GNU Debugger)

3. EDB (Evan's Debugger)

Step-by-step guides on setting up your virtual penetration testing lab

1. How to install Kali Linux on Ubuntu 18.04 using KVM

2. How to install Kali Linux on Windows machines using VMWare Player 15

Exploit Development for Linux x64

Learn x64 Linux exploit development the right way to crack CTFs and the toughest certification exams out there

Created by Srinivas . - Your instructor

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Students: 223, Price: $109.99

Students: 223, Price:  Paid

This course teaches exploit development for Linux (x86_64). This course introduces students to the exploit development concepts associated with Linux x86_64 binaries. This is an entry level to intermediate level course and we encourage you to take this course if you are interested to learn exploit development specifically for 64 bit intel processors. However, remember that the course involves a lot of assembly language and debugging using a debugger. So, you need patience and passion to learn the concepts taught in the course. This course makes use of a variety of techniques on exploit development and brace yourself if you are willing to learn by sitting in front of a computer. After successfully completing this course, you will be ready to attempt several industry leading practical cyber security certification exams. 

[IMPORTANT NOTES]: This is an ongoing course and new content will be uploaded progressively.

Exploit Development From Scratch

Introduction To Windows Exploit Development

Created by Alparslan Akyıldız - Instructor At University, Founder Of Siber Guru Academy

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Students: 223, Price: $99.99

Students: 223, Price:  Paid

When you complete this training you will learn, GDB and Immunity Debugger usage, basic assembly programming, assembly instructions, stack layout, memory protection mechanisms, Fuzzing, offset calculating, shellcode creating. Morever you will practice and learn SEH exploit development, Egghunting method, ROP, ROP exploit development in a lab enviorenment. If you are pentester you need to read, interpret, write, modify the exploit codes. If you want to be exploit developer or level up your pentester carieer this course is very useful for you.

Reverse Engineering and Exploit development in ARM

Introduction to Arm exploitation Part one

Created by Ajin Deepak - Ethical Hacker

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Students: 95, Price: $34.99

Students: 95, Price:  Paid

Hello,

Welcome to the cheapest and first course of Arm exploitation in Udemy.This course is purely for beginners.As you all know arm based devices are becoming more and more prominent these days so its important to learn about the securing them.i made this course highly practical so that it doesn't bore you as you go.This course Only requires just a PC we shouldn't be needing any raspberry pi or anything we will using emulated labs .This course is very basic and if you are already familiar with buffer overflows and format string exploitation this wouldn't be much help to you but still this can help you as a primer and as an introduction to ARM exploitation.

This course is focused on Arm v6 vulnerabilities and Exploitation (32 bit ).We will start off with some basic arm instructions and will move to the practical exploitation.The core sections of these course is Reverse engineering and binary exploitation.We will reverse and modify the behaviour of simple crackme programs using Ghidra,Binary ninja,Hopper etc.Then we will move into exploiting various binaries using format string vulnerabilities and buffer overflows.After that we will be look at  the protections used  by the binaries and bypassing them.We will be using ctf style examples mostly.As this is the part one of the course we will cover everything from the scratch.This course has a 30 day refund policy so even if you dont like this course you can just surely get your money 100%.

(NB : Its a ongoing course new contents will be added)

I suggest you to watch the sample videos and then deciding to buy this.

reverse engineering and exploit development in linux(x64)

computer architecture, file structure, assembly and c programming language, reverse engineering and exploit development

Created by mohamad gharishvandi - Master of Science in Electronics engineering

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Students: 76, Price: $89.99

Students: 76, Price:  Paid

i always wanted a course, a book or something which starts from scratch and brings me to an expert level. i saw and read a lot of courses which teach you the applications and software about security and hacking, learning those in security industry, is like knowing wordpress to design websites without understanding programming languages. so i started this course from scratch, from nothing.  because as einstein put it: "if you can't explain something simply then you don't understand it well enough".  in security the difference between experts and amateurs is just in the same statement. those who know the background science are those who DESIGN the metasploit and other softwares, and those who don't are the users of the programs. which one do you want to be?

if the answer is the first group, this the right place for you. we really start from nothing, introduce you the concept of data, that what do we mean by data, bits and bytes? we then introduce the basic element of all the digital devices: TRANSISTOR.

then we use that transistor to create the logic gates, nand and not gates. but we only create them if we need them, so before creating anything, we ask the question of "why do i need this?" . then we start to give a general overview of what a computer is, why we need it and how we are going to create it. that brings us to the concepts that as human we can't remember everything, so we needed something which could remember as long as we want it to, and more importantly we want it to do the computation so much faster that we ever could. those are the only two things that computer has over human brain. so based on that we proceed, a memory for remembering and a cpu for processing. so we start my using our nand gates to create both memory and cpu. and we test it, troubleshoot it, add features to it, until we have our computer.  now we save our program as a set of instructions inside the memory, the cpu would fetch those instructions, and execute them and move to the next one, and it does it over and over again. everything in the computer which is not hardware, is a program, a simple FILE.

so in the second chapter we start talking about files. if all the computer could know are 1s and 0s, how could it show us text and images, movies and executables. this is were we talk about file extensions and headers. so that it could be an introduction into getting us to the elf file format, the executables and binary files in linux. because if we want to reverse files and crack and hack them, first we need to know them. all its segment and section headers, but not just an overview, going deep , somehow that we comprehend every byte of it.  now its time for us to know how they get executed, or how they get created? using programming languages: ASSEMBLY

in the next chapter we enter the assembly world. why we need it , like always would be the main question, if we could anser it then we enter to HOW we do it.  we teach everything you need to know about assembly. and when we write a program we debug it using the gdb, analyze instructions one by one, so that you know the reason for each instruction. and at the same time we compare assembly with other higher level programming languages.

why we need c programming language would trigger the creation of the next chapter. variables, pointers, format specifers, functions, they are all just names without a concept and their comprehension, thats why for every single abstraction there is a separate lecture depicting the memory and stack(we explain what this is in an intuitive manner) organization and how it changes.

when we know all these sciences in such a different manner, then when we get to the reverse engineering and exploit development, the last two chapter, you see that these are just a different look of everything we have learned so far. just looking differently and keep track of memory.  and using these we would be able to reverse engineer malwares, hack and crack softwares. which means acquiring the offensive skills without which , you could never be a real hacker.