Ethical Hacking™: Learn to hack Websites and Applications
What you'll learn
- Learn to hack websites and applications
- Learn to hack serial keys of the applications
- Learn about different websites vulnerabilities like SQL injection, XSS attacks, cookies tampering etc.
- Learn about reverse engineering
- Learn to hack websites database
- Learn to tamper cookies, and forms
- Learn to deface websites
- Learn to secure websites
- Learn how to deface programming code
- Exploit found vulnerabilities
- Understand about cryptography
- Write code to perform decryptions
- Learn to steal emails through SQL injections
- No web hacking experience required
- Must know how to use web browser either Chrome or FireFox
Do you want to learn how to hack websites and web application in the most fun way?
If yes, then this course is for you.
In this course, you will start as a beginner with no previous experience and knowledge about website or web app hacking. You will learn different hacking methodologies, tools and techniques. This course gives you ideas on website hacking through theoretical knowledge and practical implementation. This course is focused on the practical side of penetration testing without neglecting the theory behind each attack. Rather than using virtual machines and Kali Linux tools, We will be using the "hackthissite" website to hone our website hacking skills.
There are several websites on the internet which allow learners to hack through cool and realistic challenges. These websites are free of cost to use and help us understand how web hacking works at the core level. By completing all these challenges and missions, you will be able to start your career as web pen-tester. You can then use some tools and techniques using Kali Linux to uplift your knowledge. But, if you are a complete beginner then, this course will be perfect to start with.
Most of the courses you will find at Udemy will teach you hacking through installing Linux on your machines using virtual machines. This way of learning web hacking can be troublesome for some of us because our machine may not be high end enough to support these tools smoothly.
In order to make anyone start with ethical hacking and web hacking, I have brought this course to you which can be compatible with any machine (Linux, Windows, MacOS x) because we will be learning to hack through completing missions and challenges given by “hackthissite” website.
In this course, we will cover basic to advanced concepts of web and application hacking in a fun and exciting way which will feel like you are playing some sort of the games where you complete the missions and you get rewarded. The “Hack This Site” website we will be using throughout this course is a popular platform among hackers to learn and play hacking games similar to Capture The Flag (CTF).
You will learn following topics throughout this course:
PHP code vulnerability
HTML code tampering
Encryption and Decryption
Server Side Include commands
Directory listing vulnerability
SQL injection attacks
Apache server related vulnerability
Cross site scripting attacks (XSS)
Tampering forms and cookies
Application hacking using x64dbg and tools
You do not need any virtual machines, Kali Linux or high end machines to learn websites and application hacking in this course. I will be using Windows 10 to complete the missions and learn at the same time. You can use any operating system to learn from this course. I will be using Chrome as a web browser throughout this course.
Caution: Please take permissions of the owner before defacing any websites.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner programmer who want to learn how to hack websites and applications
- For anyone who want to shift their career field from programming to hacking
- For self learners who want to hone their ethical hacking skills
- For completely noob person in hacking who knows basic HTML commands
Sachin Kafle is a Python and Java developer, ethical hacker and social activist. His interest's lies in software development and integration practices in the areas of computation, quantitative fields of trade. His technological interests include Python, C, Java, C# programming. He has been involved in teaching since 2013.
Sachin is a engineer of Computer Science (B.E. Computer Science). He is also an instructor on his previously made some geek Youtube channel. He has been giving free classes mostly for students who have not been able to pay for expensive classes in his country.