Course

OWASP Top Ten

This course covers the OWASP Top Ten vulnerabilities.

    Syllabus

  • Using Components with Known Vulnerabilities Video — 00:23:15
    • How do we determine that a component has a known vulnerability? Showing practical examples of how to test for these types of vulnerabilities.

  • Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) Video — 01:14:35
    • What is XXS? Showing practical examples of how to test for these types of vulnerabilities.

  • Broken Access Control Video — 01:00:29
    • What is broken access control? Showing practical examples of how to test for these types of vulnerabilities.

  • XML External Entities (XXE) Video — 00:16:16
    • What is XXE? Showing practical examples of how to test for these types of vulnerabilities.

  • Broken Authentication Demo Video — 01:39:16
    • A walkthrough of gaining administrator privileges on Juice Shop and testing for other broken authentication vulnerabilities.

  • SQL Injection Demo Video — 00:34:49
    • SQL injection demos using Juice Shop.

  • Insufficient Logging and Monitoring Video — 00:35:12
    • Why is insufficient logging risky? Showing practical examples of how to test for these types of vulnerabilities.

  • Insecure Deserialization Video — 00:23:18
    • What is insecure deserialization? Showing practical examples of how to test for these types of vulnerabilities.

  • Security Misconfiguration Video — 00:32:31
    • What are security misconfigurations? Showing practical examples of how to test for these types of vulnerabilities.

  • XML External Entities (XXE) Demo Video — 00:08:36
    • Demo of exploiting XXE vulnerabilities on Portswigger Academy.

  • Sensitive Data Exposure Video — 00:37:25
    • What is sensitive data exposure and what is considered sensitive? Showing practical examples of how to test for these types of vulnerabilities.

  • Broken Authentication Video — 00:59:41
    • What is broken authentication? Showing practical examples of how to test for these types of vulnerabilities.

  • Injection Video — 00:50:41
    • What is injection? Showing practical examples of how to test for these types of vulnerabilities.

Syllabus

Course description

The second course makes up the bulk of this learning path and focuses on the OWASP Top Ten vulnerabilities. Many real-world vulnerabilities are showcased for each of the ten topics and various demos are given on how to solve related challenges in both OWASP Juice Shop and Portswigger’s Web Security Academy. Various tips and tricks on how to properly use Burp Suite Professional edition are covered throughout these videos as well. If you want to see how real-world zero-day vulnerabilities are discovered, this is the course to spend your time on.

Meet the author

Hans Petrich spent four years at DHS and the NSA defending military and government networks from cyberattacks before becoming the lead of Silent Break Security application pentesting team. Hans has been a full-time pentester for over four years and has taught private company training’s as well as being a Black Hat USA instructor. Hans has discovered hundreds of vulnerabilities in many industries, including healthcare, government, law enforcement and financial institutions in the course of his job and as a long-time member of the Synack Red Team.

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