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Common Attack Methods

Think like a hacker with this course on common attack methods used for pentesting, including attacking Web services, cross-site scripting and exploiting logic flaws.

8 videos  //  37 minutes of training

Course description

Pentesters will often find themselves using hackers’ tricks in professional engagements. Take a closer look at just some of those tricks with this course on common attack methods. Beginning with a quick introduction to clickjacking, the course will take you through attacking Web services, cross-site scripting (often called XSS), directory traversal, local and remote file inclusion and more. You’ll also look at a hacker’s toolkit of useful programs and brush up on what you can do to secure Web apps.

Course syllabus

ClickjackingDuration: 2:32

Attacking Web Services SOAPDuration: 3:11

Cross Site ScriptingDuration: 9:00

Directory TraversalDuration: 3:16

Local and Remote File InclusionDuration: 2:53

Other Web AttacksDuration: 7:56

WebApp Hacker ToolkitDuration: 2:48

Securing Web AppsDuration: 5:26

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At Infosec, we believe knowledge is the most powerful tool in the fight against cybercrime. We help IT and security professionals advance their careers with a full regimen of certification and skills training. We also empower all employees with security awareness training to stay cybersecure at work and home. Driven by smart people wanting to do good, Infosec educates entire organizations on how to defend themselves from cybercrime. That’s what we do every day — equipping everyone with the latest security skills so the good guys win.

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