Web Application Hacking and Security (WAHS) Certification Training

After completing WAHS certification training, individuals will gain skills in identifying, exploiting, and preventing web application vulnerabilities. They will also learn how to perform advanced techniques for penetration testing and securing web applications. Additionally, they will understand how to use various tools and techniques for securing web servers, implementing security logics, and improving web application firewall security. They will learn how to identify and mitigate risks that come with the use of a web application. The training offers hands-on experience in identifying and exploiting the most common web application attacks.

Course Prerequisites

  • Good understanding of web application working
  • Basic working knowledge of the Linux command line
  • Basic knowledge of OSes and file systems
  • Basic knowledge of Bash and/or Python scripting

 Target Audience  

– IT professionals looking to enhance web security skills
– Website developers seeking to understand common vulnerabilities
– Ethical hackers intending to improve penetration testing abilities
– Computer science students interested in web app security
– Cybersecurity officers keen on updating their knowledge
– Network administrators requiring a broader view of web security

Learning Objectives

The main learning objectives of the Web Application Hacking and Security (WAHS) course are to provide a comprehensive understanding of web application security threats and vulnerabilities and to teach strategies for their mitigation. Participants should gain expertise in identifying and exploiting vulnerabilities like Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) and SQL Injection attacks. The course is also designed to instruct students on how to perform security audits and risk assessments on web applications. Another significant objective is to equip learners with an understanding of advanced topics like API and server-side vulnerabilities and their countermeasures, making them competent in designing secure web applications.

Web Application Hacking and Security

Course Outline

  • Advanced Web Application Penetration Testing
  • Advanced SWL Injection (SQLI)
  • Reflected, Stored and DOM-based Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)
  • Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) – GET and POST Methods
  • Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF)
  • Security Misconfigurations
  • Directory Browing/Bruteforcing
  • CMS Vulnerability Scanning
  • Network Scanning
  • Auth Bypass
  • Web App Enumeration
  • Dictionary Attack
  • Insecure Direct Object Reference Prevention (IDOR)
  • Brocken Access Control
  • Local File Inclusion (LFI)
  • Remote File Inclusion (RFI)
  • Arbitrary File Download
  • Arbitrary File Upload
  • Using Components with Known Vulnerabilities
  • Command Injection
  • Remote Cod Execution
  • File Tampering
  • Privilege Escalation
  • Log Poisoning
  • Weak SSL Ciphers
  • Cookie Modification
  • Source Code Analysis
  • HTTP Header Modification
  • Session Fixation
  • Clickjacking

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