Over 100 Websites Are Hacked Every 2 Hours!

Between 2013 and 2018 the largest companies not just in United States but the world have been hacked. Companies like Target, Home Depot, Experian, Alliance Health of South Jordan, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska, VTech, Comcast of Pomona California, the White House, Democratic National Committee, and not including the numerous federal government agencies that were hacked. These companies or government websites were able to be hacked, because they had website developers design their websites who did not have security in mind. You will learn in this course how to use the same tools that hackers use to find all the different ways to hack into a website.

Why This Course Is Important...

Today every business from small to Fortune 100 company has a website. The problem is, you is qualified in the company to make sure it is protected? A web developer does just that, design and developer the website. The IT department just is deal with the network, not the protecting the website from being hacked.

More Clients Than You Can Handle!

1,893,614,499 Websites online right now

There are over 1.5 billion websites on the world wide web today. Of these, less than 200 million are active. The milestone of 1 billion websites was first reached in September of 2014, as confirmed by NetCraft in its October 2014 Web Server Survey and first estimated and announced by Internet Live Stats (see the tweet from the inventor of the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee).

THIS IS A CERTIFICATION COURSE

All Students Will Receive A Certificate As A "Certified Website Security Expert"

National Cyber Security University is recognized by governments and corporations around the world.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Getting Started In Website Security

    • Course Discussion

    • Example Of Laws About Hacking

    • Did You Know....

    • Getting Started In Website Security

    • The Most Popular Websites

    • How Hackers and Web Developers Make Money

    • Linux Is A Must

    • Example of Using Linux

    • Computer Security Dictionary

  • 2

    Installing The Tools

    • About Burp Suite For Web Applications

    • Download Burp Suite Mac OS

    • Download Burp Suite For Windows

    • Website To Attack

    • Burp Suite For Web Application

    • Setting Up A Proxy

    • Configuring HTTPS And Firefox

    • Burp Suite for Web Application - Payload Configuration

    • About Kali

    • Kali Linux Installation on Flash Drive

    • Kali Linux Installation in VirtualBox

  • 3

    Reconnaissance

    • Mapping A Website Using Sitemap

    • How To Use A Web Spider

    • How to Use "Who Is"

    • How To Use Google To Hack

    • Google Hacking Database

    • Project 1 - Reconnaissance

  • 4

    Vulnerbility Scanning

    • Active and Passive Scans

    • Setting Up Your Scanner Options

    • Overview Of Scan Types

    • Evasion Of A IDS And Firewall

    • Packet Crafting

    • How To Craft A Packet

    • Overview Of Vulnerability Scanning

    • Using Nessus For Scanning

    • Nmap Program for Windows

    • Introduction to Nmap Video

    • What Is Skipfish

    • Overview of Skipfish, Part 1

    • Overview of Skipfish, Part 2

    • Overview of WordPressScan, Part 1

    • Overview of WordPressScan, Part 2

    • Project 2 - Vulnerbility Scanning

  • 5

    Hacking - Password Security

    • Hacking - Website Password - Part 1

    • Hacking - Website Password - Part 2

    • Hacking - Website Password - Part 3

    • Project 3 - Password Security

  • 6

    Hacking - Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)

    • Introduction To Cross-Site Scripting

    • Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) - Example

    • Introduction to Cross-Site Request Forgery

    • Cross-Site Forgery Attacks

    • Introduction to Cross-Site Request Forgery (XSRF)

  • 7

    Hacking - SQL Injection

    • What is SQL Injection

    • SQL Injection In Detail

    • Project 4 - SQL Injection

  • 8

    Hacking - Buffer Overflow

    • Introduction To Buffer Overflow

    • Buffer Overflow - Example

    • How To Exploit A Buffer Overflow Vulnerability In Detail

    • Project 5 - Buffer Overflow

  • 9

    Hacking Website - Bring It All Together

    • Web Applications

    • Introduction to Website Hacking

    • Setting Up Proxy

    • Setting Up The Payload

    • Mapping Manually And Scope

    • Spiders

    • Active and Passive Scans

    • Setting Up Scanner Options

    • Password Security

    • Intruder

    • Intruder Attack

  • 10

    Conclusion

    • Final Project

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