Ethical hacking - web applications
Learn to ethically hack websites without prior knowledge. You will be able to find vulnerabilities and learn how to prevent them.
What will you learn in the course?
You will learn how to find vulnerabilities and the reasons for their occurrence, how to exploit (hack) vulnerabilities and how to prevent them.
In the course you will learn in practice:
Understand how web applications work
You will learn SQL injections and Cross-Site Scripting
Attacks aimed at stealing credentials
Manipulation of http communication, etc.
You will understand OWASP TOP 10 and methodology.
Each participant will try practically everything for himself.
Advantages of our courses:
The course is led by an experienced penetration tester with years of practice
Small groups with an individual approach
Practical lessons, you will try everything for yourself
Our lecturers participate in regular trainings and competitions
You will learn current procedures and news
There will be plenty of time for your questions
Who is the course for?
Especially for beginners, so you don't have to have previous knowledge of hacking, penetration testing or application development.
The course will use the following to deepen their knowledge or to improve security in the company in their practice:
Ethical hacker or penetration tester
Computer science students
How does the course work?
The course lasts 3 days, always from 9 am to 4 pm with an hour break for lunch.
You will be provided with:
Coffee, water, tea, lunch and snacks,
pad and pen.
At the end of the course, you will receive a graduate certificate and a complete presentation in PDF.
What do you need with you?
Own laptop with charger
The training takes place in our training facilities at the address: Dukelských Hrdinů 564/34, Prague 7, 170 00
How much does the course cost?
What do participants say about our courses?
The course surprised me with practical examples and new information. "
"I enjoyed getting to know the testing tools."
"I liked the news, practical procedures and the idea of what the work looks like"