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Be A White Hat Hacker and Pen Tester

Be A White Hat Hacker and Pen Tester About this Course Become a white hat hacker and learn all the practical techniques for penetration testing with this amazing course which will provide conceptual framework to your security training. The course not only covers theoretical concepts but cover the practical demonstrations of various tools like Metasploit , Scapy and WireShark. The course is divided into the following main sections: Ethical Hacking Concepts -What is Ethical Hacking? Know about different types of hackers. Get to know about hacktivism and practical pen testing techniques Real World Information Gathering -Learn about foot printing and reconnaissance, Email harvesting, Learn and master SSL scan, Maltego, Whatweb, HttpRecon. Work on techniques like IP address geolocation, DNS and Mail Server Enumeration Scanning and Vulnerability Gathering -Learn to use scapy for packet crafting and port scanning, Learn to use network scanning techniques and work on vulnerability

Web Application Security for Absolute Beginners (no coding!)

Web Application Security for Absolute Beginners (no coding!) Description [UPDATED in 2021] Within  1,5 hour  you will understand web application security without having to code. This course will  jumpstart your security career .  I will teach you the 10 most common threats identified by the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP). At the end of the course you will learn:    1) what the OWASP top 10 threats and are, 2) the impact per security threat for your business  3) how these security threats can be executed by attackers / pentesters / hackers 4) how these security threats can be mitigated  You will able to understand the above-mentioned points without having to understand code... For your convenience I've combined the OWASP 2017 and OWASP 2013 top 10 list into a single list of 10 common web application security threats. How is that possible? The threats are explained conceptually, since the implementation of a threat may differ per situation. Therefore, havin