Secure coding guide for Developers, Analysts and Architects
What you'll learn
- 7 Different issue types
- Basic security tips
- Security design patterns
- You need to be able to read simple PHP code
My name is Wesley Thijs, I've been a PHP programmer for 3 years and I've worked with windev to create AS-400 GUI's. I am nowhere near an expert in coding but I do know my security. As an ethical hacker, it is my mission to bring about a safer internet for all. I could do this alone but it's much better to train the people who need it and build in security from the ground up.
What is this course?
This course has been designed to lift up the security of your applications by teaching you several issue types in a practical way.
We've set up an FTP server that can be used so you don't even need to set up your own server, all you need is an FTP client to start building, hacking, and securing your labs.
To finish off, we dive into the basics of security and give you an overview of secure coding patterns.
What issues are covered?
Who is this for
We have designed and built this course to fit any modern-day company that is working on cybersecurity awareness from the ground up. This course can be offered to anyone in the software development team, including analysts and architects. It will solidify these techniques to anyone who has at least a reading-level understanding of PHP.
1) You need to have a reading level understanding of PHP
2) An FTP client is required
Who this course is for:
- Developers wanting to learn about vulnerabilities
- Architects wanting to avoid exploits before they can occur
- Managers that want dive deeper into the word of exploits and hacking
- Analysts that want to prevent sneaky exploits in their analysis
I am the XSS Rat, an experienced ethical hacker who stands for quality and who believes knowledge is a building block we can all use to grow bigger than we ever were. As a software test i have a unique skill set that centers around logic flaws and IDORs which i have not seen very much by other hunters. This gives me the advantage of finding less duplicates and maximizing my chance of finding a vulnerability by picking the correct target and applying the correct test strategy.