Welcome to the Practical Approach for Bug Hunting and Bug Bounty for Pentesters course. You’ll need an optimistic mindset and a drive to learn to enjoy this course.
You will learn about the practical side of penetration testers and bug hunters in this course. We’ve seen how bug bounty systems allow certain pen-testers to make millions of dollars every year. Many courses provide students with tools and notions that they will never utilize in the real world. We will only cover tools, concepts, and practical live demonstrations in this course that will help you succeed as a security researcher and bug hunter. The training is very hands-on and will cover all of the important subjects.
This is beginner-friendly, short-term practical training that covers several offensive techniques and strategic approaches to pentesting a web application.
Takeaways: After completing this course, you will be able to identify a variety of vulnerabilities that you may have overlooked throughout your assessment.
Modules covered in this course include:
- Defining the scope of the target
- Understanding the logic of an application’s business logic.
- Threat Mapping is a technique for identifying potential threats.
- Scope-based recon is being carried out.
- Manual Pentesting is a type of pentesting that is done by hand.
- Application-Specific Attacks are carried out.
- Juice Shop is an introduction to the store.
- Juice business is being hammered.
- Navigation through the app to each feature.
- Enumeration Attacks against SSL/TLS.
- Exploits with a banner.
- Enumeration of Versions.
- FTP Exploration is used to retrieve sensitive data.
- Lookup for leaked information in the page source.
- Authorization Flaws in Authentication
- XSS Exploits.
- Attacks by Injection.
- Bypassing Validation on the Client Side.
- Pollution Attack on the Parameters
- Attack on Data Pushing by Forcing It.
- Flaws in the Session
- IDOR and Hunt For Injection
- Hunt for Privilege Escalation.
- Use the File Upload feature to your advantage.
- Bypassing Role Level Checks
- Bypassing Business Logic is a vulnerability that can be exploited.
- Access Control is a mess.
- Gateway for Payments Attempts to go around the system
- A server-side validation flaw has been discovered.
This course was intended solely for educational reasons. All of the attacks shown were carried out with consent. Please don’t attack a host unless you’ve been granted permission.
Who this course is for:
- Students that want to be a part of the corporate world as a pentester.
- Researchers who sought to make extra money in the Bug Bounty program