Learning Path

OWASP Top Ten

    Syllabus

  • OWASP Top Ten Overview Course — 00:32:59
    • An overview of the OWASP organization and their methodology for creating and publishing the Top Ten list.

  • OWASP Top Ten: Risks One through Five Course — 03:36:16
    • Explore the details of security risks one through five in the OWASP Top Ten list.

  • OWASP Top Ten: Risks Six through 10 Course — 02:49:11
    • Explore the details of security risks six through 10 in the OWASP Top Ten list.

  • OWASP Top Ten – Scenarios Course — 00:09:42
    • Take a look at five different web application vulnerability or attack scenarios and answer challenging questions to test your OWASP Top Ten understanding.

  • Python Code Security Cyber Range Course — 02:11:00
    • 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.

  • Purple Team Web App Cyber Range — 01:30:00
    • This cyber range contains three labs focused on understanding, exploiting, and mitigating a real vulnerability found in a real web application.

  • OWASP Top 10 Cyber Range — 10:00:00

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What you will learn

As web applications continue to grow in number and popularity, it becomes increasingly important to understand the security risks that are present in these applications. These risks include things like Injection Attacks, Security Misconfiguration, Broken Authentication, XML Attacks, Cross-Site Scripting and many more! In this path, you will learn how the Top Ten list is created, and you will gain a solid understand of each security risk. While the information in the OWASP Top Ten is technical and can be difficult to understand at times, John does a great job of clearly explaining each topic in a very easy-to-understand way. He uses a mix of slides, pictures, videos, real-world examples and demos to help you understand the material. As you progress through each course, you will have the knowledge necessary to know if your web application is vulnerable to any of these risks, and you will understand how to protect yourself from attackers who want to exploit these vulnerabilities.

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Meet the author

John Wagnon is a Solution Architect for F5 Networks DevCentral technical community where he utilizes the full spectrum of F5 technology to analyze and solve complex problems for F5 users all over the world. John is certified in several industry-relevant areas including CISSP, Certified Ethical Hacker and Six Sigma (Process Improvement).

Prior to his work at F5, John was a Communications Officer in the U.S. Air Force where he specialized in ground and satellite networks. After leaving the Air Force, he worked for a technology consulting firm where he analyzed cyberattacks against U.S. Department of Defense computer systems and networks. John holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering and a Master of Science in Computer Networks.

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How to claim CPEs

Should you complete this learning path, you’ll be able to download a certificate of completion. Use this to claim your CPEs or CPUs.

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