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  1. Complete Methodology for Ethical Hacking, Pentesting & Bug Bounties with Live Attacks What you'll learn Recon Target Expansion Content Discovery Fuzzing CMS Identification Certificate Transparency Visual Recon Github Recon Custom Wordlists Mindmaps Bug Bounty Automation Bash Scripting Bug Bounty Roadmap Report Writing Shodan for Exploitation Subdomain Enumeartion DNS Dumpster FFUF & WFUZZ Project Discovery Subjack for Bug bounties Amass for Bug bounties Dirsearch for Bug bounties Masscan for Bug bounties Nmap for Bug bounties CTF Recon Methodologies ASN Identification TLS Cert Extraction Requirements Basic IT Skills No Linux, programming or hacking knowledge required. Computer with a minimum of 4GB ram/memory & Internet Connection Operating System: Windows / OS X / Linux Description Welcome to Recon for Bug Bounty, Pentesting & Ethical Hacking. This course starts with the Basics of Recon & Bug Bounty Hunting Fundamentals to Advance Exploitation. This course starts with basics with Web and Web Server Works and how it can be used in our day to day life. We will also learn about DNS, URL vs URN vs URI and Recon for Bug Bounties to make our base stronger and then further move on to Target Expansion, Content Discovery, Fuzzing CMS Identification, Certificate Transparency, Visual Recon , Github Recon , Custom Wordlists , Mind maps, Bug Bounty Automation, Bug Bounty Platforms with practicals. This course covers All the Tools & Techniques for Penetration Testing & Bug Bounties for a better understanding of what’s happening behind the hood. The course also includes in depth approach towards any target and increases the scope for mass hunting and success. With this course, we will learn Target Selection Techniques for Host, Subnet Scans & Host Discovery, Content Discovery, Subdomain Enumeration Horizontal & Vertical, CMS Identification, Fuzzing the target for finding web vulnerabilities like XSS, Open Redirect, SSRF, Sql Injection etc. How to increase the scope and take screenshots for large number for hosts for better visualisation. We will also learn How to use Shodan for Bug Bounties to find critical vulnerabilities in targets. We will also see Github Recon to find sensitive information for targets like API keys from GitHub Repositories. Next we will see How to perform Automation for daily day to day tasks and easier ways to run tools, We will also see How to write Bug Bounty & pentesting Reports. We will also cover mind maps by other hackers for a better approach towards any target and also we will see mindmap created by us. We will also see Bug Bounty Platforms and how to kick start our journey on them. Here's a more detailed breakdown of the course content: In all the sections we will start the fundamental principle of How the scan works and How can we perform Exploitation. In Introduction, We will cover What is Web, What are Web Servers, DNS and We will also learn about DNS and How DNS works and also How DNS is important in our day to day life.We will also see the difference between URL, URN and URI, We will also see the complete breakdown of URL to understand better. We will also learn about Bug-Bounty Hunting and Understand the Importance of Recon in Bug-Bounty Hunting and Pentesting. Before starting the journey, We will see Top-10 rules for Bug-Bounty Hunting and we will understand the psychology of the Hackers. In Shodan for Bug-Bounties we will start with the installation of Shodan and we will learn about Shodan Queries such as Info, Count downloads and many more and will run them from our command line. We will also learn Host Enumeration, Parse dataset, Search Queries, Scan commands using Shodan. The Section cannot be completed without learning about Shodan GUI which is very simple and easily understandable. We will also see Shodan Images, Exploits , Report generation and alot more. In the end, we will see the summary and revision of the section to remember the important queries and key points. We will see live hunting with Shodan and understand about latest CVE’s and perform exploits. We will see Jenkins Exploitation Logs, Jenkins Exploitation Credentials, ADB under Shodan LIVE Hunting. In Certificate Transparency for Subdomain Enumeration we will learn about crt[dot]sh, wildcards of crt[dot]sh and We will learn automation for crt[dot]shto enumerate subdomains for a target. We will also learn about Shodan, Censys for Subdomain Enumeration, We will learn about Google and Facebook Certificate Transparency. We will also learn to find out Subdomains using DNS Dumpster and enumerate all the DNS records as well as save the hosts in a xlsx format. We will also see the workflow for dnsdumpster to know about the whole target server from its DNS records like A, CNAME, MX, TXT etc. In Scope Expansion we will learn about ASN Lookup, Pentest tools, VirusTotal. We will also learn about some awesome tools like Sublister, Subfinder, knockpy, Asset Finder, Amass, Findomain, Sublert, Project Discovery Nmmapper and a lot more. We will also understand how to use them effectively for expanding the scope to walk on less travelled road and achieve success in bug bounties In DNS Enumeration for Bug-Bounties we will learn and understand about DNS Dumpster, DNS Goodies, Altdns, Massdns, Vertical & Horizontal Correlation ( and enumerate the subdomains from the recursive DNS. We will start with Introduction to Fuzzing, Its importance and Step by Step process, We will see fuzzing practically on LAB and LIVE websites to understand better. We will Learn, Understand and Use tools like Wfuzz and FFUF and also see how we can perform recursive fuzzing on the target. We will also perform HTTP Basic Auth Fuzz to crack the login of the dashboards and also do Login Authentication Cracking with the help of useful wordlists. We will utilise some of the wordlists like Seclists, FuzzDB, Jhaddix All.txt and will also see how to make our own custom wordlists for the targets. Content Discovery covers tools like Dirsearch, Gobuster which will be helpful for finding out sensitive endpoints of the targets like db.conf or env files which may contain the DB username and passwords. Also sensitive information like periodic backups or source code and can also be identified which can lead to compromise of the whole server. In CMS Identification we will learn and understand about Wappalyzer, Builtwith, Netcraft, Whatweb, Retire.js As Banner Grabbing and identifying information about the target is the foremost step, we will identify the underlying technologies which will enable us to narrow down the approach which will lead to success. In WAF Identification we will see WAF Detection with Nmap, WAF Fingerprinting with Nmap, WafW00f vs Nmap. We will know, If there are any firewalls running on the target and accordingly send our payloads to the targets and throttle our requests so we can evade them successfully. The Mindmaps for Recon and Bug-Bounty section will cover the approach and methodology towards the target for pentesting and bug bounty. A strong and clear visual building block visual representation will help in performing the attack process with more clarity and will help in knowing the next steps. The Bug-Bounty Platforms section contains a Roadmap of How to start your Bug-Bounty Journey on different Platforms like Hackerone, Bugcrowd, Integrity, Synack, It also covers how to Report Private RVDP Programs. With this course, you get 24/7 support, so if you have any questions you can post them in the Q&A section and we'll respond to you as soon as possible. Notes: This course is created for educational purposes only and all the websites I have performed attacks are ethically reported and fixed. Testing any website which doesn’t have a Responsible Disclosure Policy is unethical and against the law, the author doesn’t hold any responsibility. Who this course is for: Anybody interested in learning website & web application hacking / penetration testing Any Beginner who wants to start with Penetration Testing Any Beginner who wants to start with Bug Bounty Hunting Trainer who are willing to start teaching Pentesting Any Professional who working in Cyber Security and Pentesting Ethical Hackers who wants to learn How OWASP Works Beginners in Cyber Security Industry for Analyst Position SOC person who is working into a corporate environment Developers who wants to fix vulnerabilities and build secure applications [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
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  4. CommandoVM – a fully customized, Windows-based security distribution for penetration testing and red teaming. Installed Tools Active Directory Tools Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) SQL Server Command Line Utilities Sysinternals Command & Control Covenant PoshC2 WMImplant WMIOps Developer Tools Dep Git Go Java Python 2 Python 3 (default) Ruby Ruby Devkit Visual Studio 2017 Build Tools (Windows 10) Visual Studio Code Evasion CheckPlease Demiguise DefenderCheck DotNetToJScript Invoke-CradleCrafter Invoke-DOSfuscation Invoke-Obfuscation Invoke-Phant0m Not PowerShell (nps) PS>Attack PSAmsi Pafishmacro PowerLessShell PowerShdll StarFighters Exploitation ADAPE-Script API Monitor CrackMapExec CrackMapExecWin DAMP EvilClippy Exchange-AD-Privesc FuzzySec’s PowerShell-Suite FuzzySec’s Sharp-Suite Generate-Macro GhostPack Rubeus SafetyKatz Seatbelt SharpDPAPI SharpDump SharpRoast SharpUp SharpWMI GoFetch Impacket Invoke-ACLPwn Invoke-DCOM Invoke-PSImage Invoke-PowerThIEf Kali Binaries for Windows LuckyStrike MetaTwin Metasploit Mr. Unikod3r’s RedTeamPowershellScripts NetshHelperBeacon Nishang Orca PSReflect PowerLurk PowerPriv PowerSploit PowerUpSQL PrivExchange Ruler SharpExchangePriv SharpExec SpoolSample UACME impacket-examples-windows vssown Information Gathering ADACLScanner ADExplorer ADOffline ADRecon BloodHound dnsrecon Get-ReconInfo GoWitness Nmap PowerView Dev branch included SharpHound SharpView SpoolerScanner Networking Tools Citrix Receiver OpenVPN Proxycap PuTTY Telnet VMWare Horizon Client VMWare vSphere Client VNC-Viewer WinSCP Windump Wireshark Password Attacks ASREPRoast CredNinja DSInternals Get-LAPSPasswords Hashcat Internal-Monologue Inveigh Invoke-TheHash KeeFarce KeeThief LAPSToolkit MailSniper Mimikatz Mimikittenz RiskySPN SessionGopher Reverse Engineering DNSpy Flare-Floss ILSpy PEview Windbg x64dbg Utilities 7zip Adobe Reader AutoIT Cmder CyberChef Gimp Greenshot Hashcheck Hexchat HxD Keepass MobaXterm Mozilla Thunderbird Neo4j Community Edition Pidgin Process Hacker 2 SQLite DB Browser Screentogif Shellcode Launcher Sublime Text 3 TortoiseSVN VLC Media Player Winrar yEd Graph Tool Vulnerability Analysis AD Control Paths Egress-Assess Grouper2 NtdsAudit zBang Web Applications Burp Suite Fiddler Firefox OWASP Zap Subdomain-Bruteforce Wordlists FuzzDB PayloadsAllTheThings SecLists Changelog v2021.2 – July 14, 2021 Require users to disable Defender before installing Too many issues arise from Defender magically turning itself back on. Disabling defender with the preconfig script has been unreliable since Win10 1909. removed update requirement (legacy requirement for Windows 7. Windows 7 support was removed last year) Added support for Windows 10 20H2 and 21H1 Removed vcpython27 #204 updated proxycap install args #203, #200. #196 updated sqlitebrowser.fireeye to remove newly created desktop shortcuts #200 Closed issues #203, #204, #202, #200, #196, #195, #192, #191, #190, #189, #188, #186, #185, #184, #177, #175, #174, #170, #169, #160, #134, #133 [hide][Hidden Content]]
  5. Nebula Nebula is a Cloud and (hopefully) DevOps Penetration Testing framework. It is built with modules for each provider and each functionality. As of April 2021, it only covers AWS, but is currently an ongoing project and hopefully will continue to grow to test GCP, Azure, Kubernetes, Docker, or automation engines like Ansible, Terraform, Chef, etc. Currently covers: S3 Bucket name bruteforce IAM, EC2, S3, STS, and Lambda Enumeration IAM, EC2, STS, and S3 exploitation SSM Enumeration + Exploitation Custom HTTP User-Agent Enumerate Read Privileges (working on write privs) Reverse Shell No creds Reconnaisance There are currently 67 modules covering: Reconnaissance Enumeration Exploit Cleanup Reverse Shell Changelog v2.0 STS AssumeRoleWithWebIdentity Reconnaissance TCP Reverse Shell (Draft) Reverse Shell check_env that checks the environment of the victim system Updated getuid that checks IAM:GetUser, IAM:ListAttachedUserPolicies and IAM:GetPolicy Now it gets the credentials from ¬/.aws [hide][Hidden Content]]
  6. End-to-End penetration testing solutions to test Web and Network security with Kali Linux What you'll learn Learn about the tools that Kali Linux offers to perform network penetration testing. Crack Wireless network access points in the area using services such as ArioDump, John the Ripper, and even Cain & Abel! Perform a flawless reconnaissance with methods that include NSLookup, WhoIS, NetCraft, theHarvester, and more! Build a test lab using Oracle VirtualBox, Kali Linux, and two vulnerable applications: DVWA and InsecureBank. Scan and discover Windows environments to identify an attack surface. Create persistent access to an exploited machine and maintain a stable backdoor. Requirements Prior knowledge of Kali Linux is assumed. Basic understanding of Penetration testing will be useful (Not mandatory). Description Have you ever wondered how to test web applications’ security? Managing Windows security has always been a challenge for any security professional. As Windows is the most popular operating system in the corporate environment, this course will help you detect and tackle attacks early to save your data and money! Kali Linux is rated as the #1 security operating system for hackers. Kali Linux offers a multitude of options to scan a single IP, port, or host (or a range of IPs, ports, and hosts) and discover vulnerabilities and security holes. The output and the information this provides can serve as a precursor to penetration testing efforts. This Learning Path takes a practical approach with step-by-step recipes to conduct effective penetration testing using the powerful Kali Linux! At the very beginning, you’ll develop your skills using attacks such as wireless cracking, Man-in-the-Middle, and Denial of Service (DOS). Also, explore tools such as Metasploit, Wireshark, Nmap, and much more to detect vulnerabilities with ease! Finally, you’ll master all phases in a typical penetration testing project focusing on relevant Windows tools and techniques. By the end of the course, you’ll be one step ahead of hackers by discovering and patching your network vulnerabilities as well as performing professional-level web penetration testing! Contents and Overview This training program includes 4 complete courses, carefully chosen to give you the most comprehensive training possible. The first course, Learning Network Penetration Testing with Kali Linux, covers discovering and patching your network vulnerabilities. Learn how to test your network against various types of attacks. We will teach viewers how to install Kali Linux, discuss different phases of pen testing, etc. By the end of this section, you will become familiar with the tools that Kali Linux offers to perform network penetration testing, how to exploit the vulnerable systems and how to patch them. The second course, Kali Linux Penetration Testing Recipes, covers End-to-End penetration testing solutions. This course covers several great resources within Kali Linux and you'll use them to perform a full website and server vulnerability test, brute-force your way past passwords, search for back-doors, and other tasks. Finally, you'll create a professional report and hand it to your client. The third course, Hands-On Web Penetration Testing with Kali Linux, covers testing web security with Kali Linux. Have you ever wondered how to test web applications security? This course will teach you about web application vulnerabilities and how to use Kali Linux tools to perform web penetration testing to professional standards. You will start with application security and learn about the process of web penetration testing. Then you'll create a test lab with Oracle VirtualBox and Kali Linux. Next, you'll learn about common vulnerabilities in web applications with practical examples, which will help you understand the process of penetration testing and the importance of security. Now you'll be introduced to different tools to assess and analyze web application vulnerabilities. In the end, you'll learn to secure web applications. By the end of the course, you'll be able to perform web penetration testing using Kali Linux. The fourth course, Practical Windows Penetration Testing, covers Attacking & securing Windows systems with Metasploit and Kali Linux. This course will follow a typical penetration test scenario throughout. At each stage, you will be shown all the necessary tools and techniques, and how they are applied. The whole course is hands-on to guarantee that you gain practical knowledge. You will start by setting up the environment and learn service identification and network scanning techniques. You will master various exploitation and post exploitation techniques. You will also learn to proxy traffic and implement the most famous hacking technique: the pass-the-hash attack. By the end of this video tutorial, you will be able to successfully identify and tackle the flaws and vulnerabilities within the Windows OS (versions 7, 8.1, 10) using Metasploit and Kali Linux tools. By the end of the course, you’ll conquer the world of PyTorch to build useful and effective Deep Learning models with the PyTorch Deep Learning framework! About the Authors Cristian Gradisteanu started as an enthusiastic pen tester a few years ago and then used his skills to work as a security consultant. He is a professionalized Ethical hacker& software developer. About Kali Linux, he uses Kali Linux frequently and is very passionate about systems and network security. The other technologies that interest Cristian are Java development, Machine learning, Cloud Computing. Web development, mobile applications development, home automation systems, SEO are the other technical skills he posses. Aubrey Love was born and raised in Texas USA, he has achieved several certifications for programming in various languages. He has designed and developed custom websites, set up servers, and secured websites and servers using Nginx/Apache, Fail2Ban, and other Utilities. Working with companies of all shapes and sizes, using WordPress and Custom Sites, it is a fun and fascinating world out there for a programmer! He serves as a freelance programmer by day, and an Author by night. Rassoul Ghaznavi Zadeh is an information security architect. He has worked with business to define frameworks, perform risk and gap analysis, and identify security controls and roadmaps. He also works with stakeholders to plan, organize, and manage the successful delivery of security strategies and projects as well as the stable operation of the organization's IT infrastructure security, integration, and optimization. His key skills are: Enterprise security architecture design and business alignment Risk assessment, management, compliance, and auditing Evaluating and analyzing IT security technologies and solutions Monitoring and measuring the effectiveness of IT security controls Vulnerability assessment and penetration testing Gergely Révay, the instructor of this course, hacks stuff for fun and profit at Multinational Corporation in Germany and in the USA. He has worked as a penetration tester since 2011; before that, he was a quality assurance engineer in his home country, Hungary. As a consultant, he did penetration tests and security assessments in various industries, such as insurance, banking, telco, mobility, healthcare, industrial control systems, and even car production. Gergely has also built online courses and tutorials since 2014 on various platforms. During this time he has put a lot of effort into understanding how pentesting and offensive security can be taught efficiently. Who this course is for: IT security professionals, Pentesters, Ethical hackers, System Administrators, and Security Analysts who have a basic knowledge of Kali Linux and want to perform professional-level, advanced web penetration testing. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  7. OWASP Nettacker project is created to automate information gathering, vulnerability scanning, and eventually generating a report for networks, including services, bugs, vulnerabilities, misconfigurations, and other information. This software will utilize TCP SYN, ACK, ICMP, and many other protocols in order to detect and bypass Firewall/IDS/IPS devices. By leveraging a unique method in OWASP Nettacker for discovering protected services and devices such as SCADA. It would make a competitive edge compared to other scanners making it one of the bests. Changelog v0.0.2 Many bugs fixed in this release and we are aiming to stop supporting Python 2.7 after this release and restructure our framework to be faster and better. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  8. FuzzingTool FuzzingTool is a web penetration testing tool, that handles with fuzzing. After the test is completed, all possible vulnerable entries (and the response data) are saved on a report file. Changelog v3.11 New features Allow to insert multiple wordlists (globally or per target) Assign a wordlist to each target with numerous -w, or a global wordlist using only one -w; Use multiple wordlists to same target -w 'wordlist1;wordlist2'; Allow to wordlist plugins automatically detects and build their parameters based on target; Now both the exception and the used payload are written in the logfile; Added robots.txt plugin to the wordlists; Updated CLI output options Added an option to disable the terminal colors --no-colors; Added an option to simplify the output mode, removing the time label and reducing the other labels -S, --simple-output; CLI output changes Updated the program’s progress status: the format is more clean and shows the current payload that are being used; Updated the PathScanner status codes coloring; Bugfixes Fixed the proxy setup on Request; Fixed the Logger that wasn’t writting in the logfile; Fixed a bug then more than one method is specified to same target, and the application stops to run; Fixed an exception when the same target is setted more than one time. Now a target can appear more than one time if all of them do the same type of fuzzing, or by selecting a global scanner plugin; Exception handling At now, none of the RequestExceptions will stop the application, instead of it the program will ask for the user if he wants to continue with that target. The objectCreator method from PluginFactory no longer raises a PluginNotFound exception. This exception was transfered to the classCreator in the same factory. Code refatored All the program arguments parsing are now handled by ArgumentParser that extends the argparse.ArgumentParser; Separate the Dictionary class from the wordlists; Removed unused anonimous functions on CliOutput; The blacklist status codes, and actions, was moved to a separated class called BlacklistStatus; Removed the Response class. Now the Request object will return a tuple of items: the raw response from the requests library, and the RTT. The SubdomainRequest appends the target’s ip to this tuple; Moved the FuzzingTool results from the python dictionary to a separated class Result The results are no longer created by the scanners; Changed the getResult method from the scanners to inspectResult; Separated the Matcher from the scanners; Updated base classes to abstract classes; [hide][Hidden Content]]
  9. Practice Web Applications Hacking & Penetration Testing against a number of real world web applications/websites. What you'll learn Set Up a Lab Environment To Practice Hacking and Penetration Testing. Understand How Websites / web applications Work. Detect What Technologies / Scripts A Website Is Using. Intercepting HTTP Requests Using A Personal Proxy. Collect Sensitive Information About The Target. Web Applications Hacking / Websites Hacking. TOP 10 Web Applications / Websites Vulnerabilities and Website Related Hacking Techniques. Discover and Exploit Cross Site Scripting (XSS) Vulnerabilities. Detect and Exploit Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF) Vulnerabilities. Discover and Exploit Command Execution Vulnerabilities. Uncover and Exploit SQL Injection Vulnerabilities. Uncover and Exploit Script Source Code Disclosure Vulnerabilities. Using Burp Suite Proxy. How To Use Vega (Web App / website Vulnerability Scanner) to Scan Websites. How To Use Arachni (Web Vulnerability Scanner) to Scan Websites. Answers to all of your questions about ethical hacking and penetration testing! Get A Job As A Penetration Tester / Ethical Hacker & Make Money Online As A Freelancer. The Ability To Hack And Pen Test Any Website / web application. Learn About The different fields of Web Applications Hacking. Requirements Basic Information Technology Skills. A Desire To Learn. Basic Knowledge Of Web Applications (not mandatory). Hacking Operating Systems: KALI LINUX, PARROT SECURITY OS, BACKBOX LINUX...etc No previous hacking knowledge required. Description This course includes all necessary information to start your carrier in the Cyber Security field. This course aims to teach you how to perform full penetration testing on web applications. JOIN OVER 11000 STUDENTS IN THE Website Hacking & Penetration Testing (Real World Hacking!) COURSE ############################################################################# Web applications hacking course is not like other courses. I will not teach you the boring hacking stuff that you can get from Google. All the videos in this course are simple, short and practical. You will practice web applications Hacking / Penetration Testing against a number of real-world web applications. You will learn how to discover Web Applications vulnerabilities through Penetration Testing. You will learn how to hack the web security. I will start by teaching you the basics of any vulnerability and then exploiting it with pure technical skills. The web applications hacking and penetration testing course is designed to cover all the latest vulnerabilities of Web Applications like Web Applications Attacks, CSRF attacks, Injection attacks, and many more. In this course, we will answer the following questions: How do hackers hack websites? The Best Ways to Hack a Website. How to Hack a Web Application? In this course, you will learn the following: Hacking a website database. Hacking a website using sql injection. Website hacking by php source code. Website hacking exploits. Website ethical hacking. Website ethical hacking tools. Website hacking techniques. Ethical hacking tools. The ethical hacking process. Ethical hacking basics. OWASP top 10. *This Course Is For Educational Purposes Only* ------Don't be evil------ Student reviews: *********************************************** I like the way the instructor is explaining the course. As of now I am happy with the contents and support I am receiving for my queries. This is one of the best courses on Udemy! ★★★★★ *********************************************** Very good course, enjoying it so far. the instructor is, helpful, clear and direct to the point with practical tutorials.★★★★★ *********************************************** Excellent course! The Course was amazing. I learned a lot of things about ethical hacking and the instructor was awesome. I think that the course is definitely worth way more than it's asking price. ★★★★★ Who this course is for: Penetration testers Web developers IT admins and staff Anyone who wants to learn websites / web applications hacking [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  10. Nebula Nebula is a Cloud and (hopefully) DevOps Penetration Testing framework. It is built with modules for each provider and each functionality. As of April 2021, it only covers AWS, but is currently an ongoing project and hopefully will continue to grow to test GCP, Azure, Kubernetes, Docker, or automation engines like Ansible, Terraform, Chef, etc. Currently covers: S3 Bucket name bruteforce IAM, EC2, S3 and Lambda Enumeration IAM, EC2, and S3 exploitation Custom HTTP User-Agent There are currently 50 modules covering: Reconnaissance Enumeration Exploit Cleanup [hide][Hidden Content]]
  11. Description This course will primarily be hands-on and build familiarity from basic hacking concepts to more advanced exploitation techniques, while also demonstrating through video lectures to teach learners penetration testing methodologies and tools. The course will cover how to set up Kali Linux and use the tools within it to perform a penetration test by learning how to scan targets, conduct enumeration to find vulnerabilities within networks as well as web applications, modify exploit code to fit the environment to successfully exploit the target, obtain a shell on a target, and then escalate privileges to successfully “own” a target all in a controlled and organized manner in preparation to write a comprehensive penetration test report. Learners will also become familiar with how to write the penetration test report as this is an equally important requirement for their pentesting career. This course will also help learners develop the hacker mindset of how to think laterally and with agility while under stress and a time limit in order to successfully exploit targets. This course is equally beneficial for those with a basic level of knowledge of penetration testing and want more hands-on experience to hone their skills. This is a deep course about penetration testing. In this course, you’ll learn from basic to the most advanced and modern techniques to find vulnerabilities through information gathering, create and/or use exploits and be able to escalate privileges in order to test your information systems defenses. Prerequisites Solid understanding of TCP/IP networking Reasonable Windows and Linux administration experience Familiarity with the Windows and Linux command line Familiarity of Bash scripting with basic Python Course Goals By the end of this course, students should be able to: Set up Kali Linux and understand the tools it has available Conduct a full penetration test Write a comprehensive penetration test report Understand what the hacker mindset is and help develop it What Is Offensive Security? Offensive security allows developers to find vulnerabilities within a system or application by gathering information. Then, the developer creates exploits to escalate privileges in order to test the information systems’ defenses. Think of offensive security as a proactive approach to protecting websites and applications. Offensive security training provides developers with penetration testing methodologies and provides them with the knowledge to utilize the tools included with the Kali Linux distribution. Is OSCP Hard? Obtaining an OSCP certification can be challenging for even the most skilled developers. Before starting offensive security training, evaluate your skills and consider if you feel your skills rank as advanced. Any offensive security course will be difficult, as well, but with the proper training, developers will be able to flourish and earn the OSCP certificate. How Do You Prepare For an Offensive Security Certification? Before pursuing OSCP certification, having specific prerequisites will help you successfully complete the course. Students should have a robust IT Background, InfoSec knowledge, ethical Hacking knowledge, and basic programming skills. How Do You Pass an Offensive Penetration Testing Certification? The best way to earn the offensive penetration testing certification is to take an online course such as Cybrary’s offensive security training course. Cybrary’s course allows students to take the course online, which allows for flexibility to start and stop the videos when it’s convenient for students. Cybrary’s offensive security training will enable students to practice pen tests in a lab and erase their tracks in Labs. Is Offensive Security Certification Worth It? By the end of this offensive security training course, students will understand how to use passive and active reconnaissance techniques, as well as use basic and advanced scanning and information harvesting techniques. The goal is for developers to be able to create code to exploit vulnerabilities and recognize legitimate public exploits from fake exploits. Upon obtaining certification, students will also be able to: Use and modify public exploits Use several techniques to gain access to a system from both remote and local side Use several methods to escalate privileges Clear your tracks Perform lateral and vertical jumps between systems Use tunnels to compromise other computers on the network or hide your traffic. OSCP training will help developers in their careers by giving them the skills needed to create executive reports with the results of the pen test and present the findings to your managers. What Should I Do After The OSCP? Once you’ve earned an OSCP certificate, it’s time to utilize your knowledge and skills in the professional world. Having an offensive security certification on your resume can help you advance your career and earn a coveted role. Developers with an OSCP certificate make $91,000 a year on average, according to Payscale. For someone who specializes in penetration testing, with an offensive cybersecurity certification, Indeed says they’ll earn $116,272 a year, on average. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  12. FuzzingTool FuzzingTool is a web penetration testing tool, that handles with fuzzing. After the test is completed, all possible vulnerable entries (and the response data) are saved on a report file. Changelog v3.9 New features Option to insert multiple targets: by urls (for each -u); by raw HTTP (for each -r); Option to insert custom, and multiple, http verbs (request methods); Fuzzing http verbs; Added scanners (see Default scanners and Custom scanners); Added dictionaries (see Default dictionaries and Custom dictionaries); Added encoders (see Encoders); Use requests Session object to perform a session request for URL fuzzings. Keep the common request method for non URL fuzzings; Blacklist a response status code to pause the application, or skip the current fuzzed target; Added wordlists to the project; Code refatored ApplicationManager: Added callback functions to be called on Fuzzer, removed the proxies checker and ajusted the footer content; OutputHandler: Moved the help menu to ApplicationManager; FileHandler: Separated the reports and logs functions into classes – Logger and Reporter; RequestParser: Bring the commom url parsing functions to out of the class; Moved the exceptions to exceptions directory; Moved the useful functions to utils directory; [hide][Hidden Content]]
  13. What you'll learn Free Licence to BURPSUITE PROFESSIONAL Android App Penetration Testing Android Bug Bounty Hunting Earn Money by Hunting bugs in Android Applications Ethical Hacking Penetration Testing Requirements Basic Internet and Computer Usage Knowledge MAC/ Windows/ Linux PC or laptop A strong will to learn Description ----------- Learn to hunt bugs in Android Apps with Practical & Hands-on Lessons ---------------- ********** OFFER : Get Free Licence to BURPSUITE PROFESSIONAL with this course ********** [ ************ DISCOUNT CODE: "HACK-NOV" for flat @ 499/- INR / $6.55 USD ************* ] This is the most comprehensive Course to begin your Bug Bounty career in Android PenTesting. Most Penetration testers target Web Applications for finding Bugs but most of them do not test the Android Apps which are a goldmine of vulnerabilities. This course will take you from the basics of Android Architecture to the advanced level of hunting vulnerabilities in the apps. No other course may provide with such a structured lesson and there are numerous Practical lesson with hands on hacking real and Live Android Applications. Practicals for finding vulnerabilities are important and this course provides a lot of hands-on practical lessons to clear the concept of each vulnerability. You will explore the concepts of the most frequently found Vulnerabilities with addition to other vulnerabilities found in Android Mobile Applications and methods to exploit those vulnerabilities as well as how to suggest a Patch for these Vulnerabilities. You will also learn how to approach the scope of an Android Application to PenTest and find Attack Surfaces and finally Bag yourself a hefty Bounty amount from the Bug Bounty Programs. Who this course is for: Anyone Interested in Hacking Beginners in Ethical Hacking willing to earn legally by Bug Bounty Hunting Beginners in Penetration Testing Android Application Developers willing to secure their Applications Who want to pursue Ethical Hacking as Career Bug Bounty Hunters interested in Android Application PenTesting [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
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  15. Ethical Hacking for Complete Beginners What you’ll learn In this course, you will learn some of the most common Web Application Vulnerabilities and how to submit them to Bug Bounty Programs, all while building a strong foundation for furthering your education. Requirements There are no prerequisites for this course! All you need is a computer and an internet connection. Description In this course, we will cover all that is required for you to begin your Bug Bounty career! We will set up your working environment and learn how to do recon on the target application. Some of the Vulnerabilities that are covered include: URL manipulation, IDOR’s, Business Logic Errors, SQL injection, XSS and more! No prior experience is necessary. I have designed this course knowing that there will be many students who want to learn bug bounty hunting, who do not have any knowledge of programing or programming languages. Therefore, this course was developed in such a way that you do not need to possess any coding skills. (However, in a separate intermediate level course, it will be advantageous that you have some basic programming skills in order to follow along.) I will walk you through finding programs that you are interested in researching and help you understand what vulnerabilities are permitted on the application, as well as which ones are labeled as out of scope. I update this course regularly and respond to questions as soon as I can. I encourage my students to ask questions when you don’t understand a concept. Please let me know if a video is out of date or the instruction is not clear so I can update the videos and make this the best possible learning experience for you! Who this course is for: This course is for beginner students interested in Bug Bounty Hunting & Web Application Testing. [Hidden Content] Content: [hide][Hidden Content]]
  16. What you'll learn WordPress Core Architecture How to find Vulnerabilities in WordPress Sites How Hacker Exploit Vulnerabilities in WordPress How to Increase Security of WordPress Sites How to Defend Against WordPress Attacks This course includes: 1.5 hours on-demand video 14 downloadable resources Full lifetime access Access on mobile and TV Certificate of completion Requirements Basic Ethical Hacking Knowledge Basic knowledge of websites and web applications Knowledge of PHP Language Description Did you know that more than 30% of websites on internet are based on WordPress and more than 42% of online shopping sites are using WordPress as E-commerce solution. WordPress is robust and powerful open source website creation tool. In this course we are going to see the vulnerabilities in WordPress based sites We will start this course by looking into the core architecture of WordPress like How WordPress works? How themes work in WordPress? What are plugins and how to create plugins? Then will looking into information gathering phase of WordPress. We will see how to do version detection and how to gather user information. We will also try to find vulnerabilities in WordPress themes and plugins. After that we will see how to exploit these vulnerabilities and gain access to WordPress site. We will also try and gain access to complete server using WordPress site. Then Will see how to write malware code and exploit WordPress site on different levels. After looking into WordPress vulnerabilities we will see how to secure WordPress sites. We will provide you step by step information to secure your new WordPress site as well as existing WordPress sites. Who this course is for: Web developers interested in WordPress Security Ethical Hackers who wants to learn about WordPress Security People who wants to Secure their own or company WordPress site [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  17. What you'll learn Penetration Testing with Android Application Hacking Mobile Application Reverse Engineering of APK Requirements Learning Mindset Description This course includes customized VM with pre-installed tools which will save your time in installing multiple tools required for penetration testing of mobile applications. - Start from Android architectures basics. - Get a Customized VM with pre-installed tools - Automated the Mobile Application Testing Process - Covers Mobile applications reverse engineering. - Practice on real world mobile applications. - Build your own home lab on mobile application security. - Provides you the skills necessary to perform Penetration tests of mobile applications. - Automate the process of Mobile Testing - Cover OWASP Top 10 vulnerabilities Syallabus includes:- Syllabus: Introduction To Mobile Apps. Mobile Application Security. Mobile Application Penetration Testing. The most common areas where we find mobile application data resides. The Architecture of Android. The App Sandbox and the Permission Model. AndroidManifest.xml File. Android Compilation Process. Android Startup Process. Android Application Components. Setup a testing environment. Android Debug Bridge (adb). intercept and analyze the network traffic. Reversing an Android application. OWASP top 10 vulnerabilities for mobiles. Install DIVA (Damn insecure and vulnerable App). Insecure Logging Issue. Insecure Data Storage. Database Insecure Storage. Insecure Data Storage Inside Temporary Files. Hardcoding Issues. NOTE: This course is created for educational purposes only. Who this course is for: Penetration testers Forensers Mobile App Developers IT personnel Anyone who has a personal or professional interest in attacking mobile applications. All who wants to start their carrier in android security. Who this course is for: Android Penetration Testing [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  18. What you'll learn 95+ ethical hacking &security video lectures. Start from 0 to become pro hacker. Learn ethical hacking & the different types of hackers. Learn to install a hacking lab & needed softwares. Learn kali linux commands and basics of using terminal. Basic to adnvance Ethical hacking. Hack and secure server and client operating system. Create undetecable backdoors. Learn to secure and protect any network from hackers and loss of data. step by step instructions for instalation of virtual boc and creating your virtual environment. Learn basics of website and its technology. what is websitre and its components. Gathering information about website like black hat hackers do. learn to crack wifi password of any security level WEP,WPA,WPA2. World class tools for gatting best results. All the attacks are performed live. Requirements Internet Connection & Computer (minimum 4gb RAM or more). Basic computer skill. Wireless networking card. Description Welcome to Learn Ethical Hacking / Pen testing & Bug Bounty Hunting A:Z This Ethical Hacking tutorial provides basic and advanced concepts of Ethical Hacking. Our Ethical Hacking tutorial is developed for beginners and professionals. Ethical hacking tutorial covers all the aspects associated with hacking. Firstly, we will learn how to install the needed software. After this, we will learn the 4 type of penetration testing section which is network hacking, gaining access, post exploitation, website hacking. In network hacking section, we will learn how networks work, how to crack Wi-Fi keys and gain access the Wi-Fi networks. In Gaining access section, we will learn how to gain access to the servers and personal computers. In the post-exploitation section, we will learn what can we do with the access that we gained in the previous section. So we learn how to interact with the file system, how to execute a system command, how to open the webcam. In the website hacking section, we will learn how the website works, how to gather comprehensive information about website. In the end, we will learn how to secure our system from the discussed attacks. The course is divided into four main sections so let's see what we are going to learn: Network Penetration Testing Network penetration testing is the first penetration testing that we are going to cover in this section. Most of the systems and computers are connected to a network. If a device is connected to the internet, that means the device is connected to the network because the internet is a really big network. Therefore, we need to know that how devices interact with each other in a network, as well as how networks works. Gaining access Gaining access attack is the second part of the network penetration testing. In this section, we will connect to the network. This will allow us to launch more powerful attacks and get more accurate information. If a network doesn't use encryption, we can just connect to it and sniff out unencrypted data. If a network is wired, we can use a cable and connect to it, perhaps through changing our MAC address. The only problem is when the target use encryption like WEP, WPA, WPA2. If we do encounter encrypted data, we need to know the key to decrypt it, that's the main purpose of this section. Post-Connection Attacks All the attacks that we performed in the pre-connection and gaining access section, we weren't connected to a network. In this section, we are going to be talking about post-connection attack that means the attacks that we can do after connecting to the network. Now, it doesn't matter that the network is a wireless or a wired network and it doesn't matter that the target was using the WEP or WPA key, we can launch all of the attacks that we're going to talk about in this section. Website / Web Application Hacking In this section you will learn how websites work, how to gather information about a target website (such as website owner, server location, used technologies ....etc) and how to discover and exploit the dangerous vulnerabilities to hack into websites. Who this course is for: Anyone interested in learning ethical hacking Anyone interested in how hackers hack computer systems Anyone interested in how to secure systems from hackers Notes: This course is created for educational purposes only, all the attacks are launched in my own lab or against systems that I have permission to test. Who this course is for: ethical hacker cyber security penetration testing network penetration testing python developer programmer coder data science web developer port programmer computer network hacker computer fundamentals it skill computer skill network hacking [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  19. What you'll learn How to Setup a Lab Environment Penetration Testing Penetration Testing Methodology Hacking Passwords OWASP OSINT, Reconnaissance, Banner Grabbing, & Scanning Hacking with Burp Suite Web Application Penetration Testing Toolsets HTTP & HTML Common Web Files, Pages, & File Extensions Web Application Vulnerabilities Web Application Vulnerability Detection Web Application Vulnerability Exploitation Capture the Flag Requirements Fundamental computer knowledge would be helpful but is not required Description Welcome to your Hacking Web Applications, Websites, & Penetration Testing course! Throughout this course, you will learn techniques that hackers could use to attack and penetrate web applications, websites, home, and business networks. You will learn about ethical hacking and penetration testing. You will also discover just how easy a cyber criminal could break into your own network. Furthermore, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of cyber attacks. After understanding how a hacker thinks and performs an attack, you will instantly be able to better defend your own computer and network from hackers. You will learn the importance of security along with highly desired skills that could boost your career. How would you like to land a job that pays you to ethically hack and perform penetration tests from your very own house? Do you value the privacy of your own home network? Imagine the comforting feeling that your computer and network is more secure from attacks because you know how to test the strength of your own computer and network using the amazing skills that you learned in this course. Act now to protect your wealth before it is too late and you become victim to another cyber attack. This course covers a broad range of cybersecurity, ethical hacking and penetration testing topics. Who this course is for: Ethical hackers Penetration testers Security enthusiasts Anyone interested in expanding their security knowledge Individuals wanting to learn ethical hacking Anyone interested in learning penetration testing Anyone looking to start or further their career in cybersecurity [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  20. What you'll learn Test apps and websites online as freelancers from scratch. Know the different types of bugs they can find in websites and how they can diagnose these bugs. Requirements very good English reading,writing needed. No technical skills needed. Description The course is made for different people: 1- The new testers who want to understand the Utest platform and so other freelance hiring software websites. 2- Mothers who don't have time to go to work. 3- University students who want to work from home and save time to study. 4- Freelancers who need a side freelance job with 200-400$ income to encourage them to continue in their freelance field. 5- Anyone who wants to work from home. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  21. Could this be your new favorite course? PTPv4 boasts features that allow you to reach a professional level in the most efficient way possible. It provides a learning experience that is matched by no other. Some of the features include: Lifetime access to training material More than 27 hands-on lab scenarios in Hera Lab, the most sophisticated virtual lab in IT security Detailed lab manuals using the latest tools Streamlined user interface – easy to navigate, professional slides and HD quality videos Five sections – System, Network, Web App Security + Wi-Fi Security and Ruby for Pentesters In-depth tutorial on Buffer Overflow, Shellcoding, and many more Entirely Kali Linux-based The pentesting course for you In our journey to advance the careers of IT security professionals – and introduce others to IT security, we wanted our training course to be accessible to more and more people. This is why until June 30th 2016 11:59 PM PDT, we’re having a huge launch offer for PTPv4. [Hidden Content]
  22. What you'll learn Become an Expert in Using Metasploit Learn Ethical Hacking from scratch with Metasploit Importance of Penetration Testing Types of Penetration Testing Basics of Penetration Testing Metasploit Filesystem and Libraries The Architecture of MSF Auxiliary Modules Payload Modules Exploit Modules Encoder Modules Post Modules Metasploit Community Metasploit Interfaces Armitage MSFconsole Enumeration Nmap Integration and Port Scanning SMB and Samba Enumeration MySQL Enumeration FTP Enumeration SSH Enumeration HTTP Enumeration SNMP Enumeration MTP Enumeration Using Shodan with MSF Vulnerability Scanning Exploitation and Gaining Access Post-exploitation-Meterpreter Meterpreter Commands Pass The Hash with Metasploit John the Ripper Module Meterpreter Python/Powershell Extension Antivirus Evasion and Cleaning MSFvenom Using Custom Payload Generators Deceiving File System Using Timestomp The very latest up-to-date information and methods During the course you will learn both the theory and how to step by step setup each method Requirements Be able to download and install all the free software and tools needed to practice A strong work ethic, willingness to learn and plenty of excitement about the back door of the digital world Just you, your computer and your ambition to get started now! [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  23. About this video Welcome to this comprehensive course on website and web application hacking! In this course, you will start as a beginner with no previous knowledge about penetration testing or hacking. This course is focused on the practical side of penetration testing without neglecting the theory behind each attack. Before jumping into penetration testing, you will first learn how to set up a lab and install the required software to practice penetration testing on your own machine. Then you will learn about websites, how they work, what they rely on, what is meant by a web server, a database, and how all of these components work together to give us functioning websites. Once you understand how websites work we will start talking about how can we exploit these components and this method of communication to carry out a number of powerful attacks. This course will take you from a beginner to a more advanced level. By the time you finish, you will be able to launch attacks and test the security of websites and web applications in exactly the same way that black hat hackers would do, fix these vulnerabilities, and secure websites from them. All the attacks in this course are practical attacks that work against any real websites. For each vulnerability you will learn the basic exploitation, then you will learn advanced methods that will give you more privileges or allow you to bypass security measurements. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  24. What you'll learn Learn the main weaknesses of WEP encryption and how it can be cracked Understand a number of techniques to crack WEP,WPA & WPA2 Gain access to WPA2 Enterprise networks. Hack captive portals (eg: hotel and airport networks). Use the GPU for faster cracking Have a good understanding of how networks operate Understand how devices communicate with each other in a netowrk Launch chopchop reply attack to crack WEP encryption Discover wireless networks within range Gather information about wifi networks Discover connected devices to each wifi network within range Disconnect any device from any network within range Launch interactive packet reply attack to crack WEP encryption Launch fragmentation attack to crack WEP encryption Learn WPA/WPA2 weakness and the theory behind cracking it Exploit WPS feature to crack WPA/WPA2 without a wordlist and without the need to any connected clients Capture handshake and launch word list attack Create your own wordlist Launch a wordlist attack using the GPU Launch a word list attack using a rainbow table How to protect wireless networks from cracking attacks Spot weaknesses in wireless networks in order to protect your network Configure wireless networks to protect against the discussed attacks Requirements Basic IT skills No Linux, programming or hacking knowledge required. Computer with a minimum of 4GB ram/memory Operating System: Windows / OS X / Linux Wireless adapter like ALFA AWUS036NHA or anything with an Atheros chip (more info provided in the course) [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  25. What you'll learn Bug Bounty Hunting - Live Tips and Tricks to hunt bugs BreakDown of Hackerone Reports for better understanding Interview Preparation Questions Answers and Approach Web Application Penetration Testing - Live Become a bug bounty hunters & Hunt on Live Websites Intercept requests using a Burpsuite proxy Gain full control over target server using SQL Injection Attacks Discover Vulnerabilities, technologies & services used on target website. Subdomain Takeovers SQLi Interview Questions and Answers Hunt Basic HTML Injection Vulnerabilities on Live Environments Hunt Basic ClickJacking Vulnerabilities on Live Environments Exploit and perform Local File Inclusion (LFI) on Live websites Exploit and perform RemoteFile Inclusion (RFI) on Live websites Exploit and perform Remote Code Execution (RCE) on Live websites Fix and Mitigations against SQLi Vulnerabilities Practical Tips and Tricks for hunting SQLi Live Broken Link Hijacking Fix and Mitigations against RCE Vulnerabilities Interview Questions and answers Bug Bounty - Roadmap for Hackerone Bug Bounty - Roadmap for Bugcrowd Bug Bounty - Roadmap for Open Bug Bounty Bug Bounty - Roadmap for NCIIPC (Govt of India) Bug Bounty - Roadmap for RVDP All Programs Requirements Basic IT Skills No Linux, programming or hacking knowledge required. Computer with a minimum of 4GB ram/memory & Internet Connection Operating System: Windows / OS X / Linux Description Welcome to Ethical Hacking / Penetration Testing and Bug Bounty Hunting Course v2.0 . This course covers web application attacks and how to earn bug bounties. There is no prerequisite of prior hacking knowledge and you will be able to perform web attacks and hunt bugs on live websites and secure them. This course is not like other hacking or penetration testing course with outdated vulnerabilities and only lab attacks. This contains maximum live websites to make you comfortable with the Live Hunting Environment. This course will start from basic principles of each vulnerability and How to attack them using multiple bypass techniques, In addition to exploitation, you will also learn how to fix them. This course is highly practical and is made on Live websites to give you the exact environment when you start your penetrating testing or bug hunting journey. We will start from the basics of each vulnerability and move ahead to the advance level of exploitation and multiple edge case scenarios on live websites. This course is divided into a number of sections, each section covers how to hunt, exploit and mitigate a vulnerability in an ethical manner. After identification of a vulnerability, we will exploit to leverage the maximum severity out of it. We will also learn how to fix vulnerabilities which are commonly found on the websites on the internet. In this course, you will also learn How can you start your journey on many famous bug hunting platforms like Bugcrowd, Hackerone, Synack, Private RVDP, Intigriti, NCIIPC Govt of India and Open Bug Bounty. Along with this, you will be able to hunt and report vulnerabilities to NCIIPC Government of India, also to private companies and to their responsible disclosure programs. You will also learn Advance techniques to bypass filters and the developers logic for each kind of vulnerability. I have also shared personal tips and tricks for each attacks where you can trick the application and find bugs quickly. This course also includes the Breakdown of all Hackerone Reports which are found and submitted by other hackers for better understanding as we will cover each type of technique in the course. This course also includes important interview questions and answers which will be helpful in any penetration testing job interview. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]