Python Code Security Cyber Range overview
This cyber range helps you develop your knowledge in finding and remediating vulnerabilities in Python code. You’ll build and reinforce your skills as you progress through labs covering a wide range of Python code security topics, including using Bandit, PyT and other tools to find common security issues in Python code, perform taint and control flow analysis, and recognize vulnerabilities that can lead to common application attacks, such as cross-site scripting or XPath injection. You will also practice identifying supply chain vulnerabilities, unsafe deserialization and other risks.
Introduction to Python Bandit
Introduction to Python Control Flow Analysis
Command Injection in Python
XPath Injection in Python
XML Attacks in Python
Race Conditions in Python
Cross-Site Scripting in Python
Cross-Site Request Forgery in Python
Supply Chain Vulnerabilities in Python
Unsafe Deserialization in Python
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