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Bug Bounty : Web Hacking

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Description

In this course you will learn how to hack facebook, google, paypal type of web application, you will not just learn
hacking them, you will even learn how to earn from hacking them and its all 100% legal, Earning by hacking legally is
known as bug bounty program, 250+ companies have bug bounty program, Facebook paid 5 million to hackers,
Google paid over $6 million and many others do pay. One earns millions to 100,000$/month, so basically bug bounty program is where hackers get paid for hacking and disclosing bugs to parent company, if you want to earn by hacking means this course is for you, this course will help you to get started in bug bounty program.
what all instructor have covered in this course:
first tools: Burp Suite, Browser Plugins, Lots of software in Kali Linux OS
after that all types of vulnerability: SQL, XSS, CSRF injection and many more
then finally methodology of doing bug bounty
so that's all in this course this much is enough to learn to begin with bug bounty
if you want to be one among those ethical hackers then enroll into my course "Bug Bounty: Web hacking" now!

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Content
  • Promo  sample
  • Introduction sample
  • Let's get started
  • Github
  • Tools
  • Vega
  • Setting up Atmosphere
  • Nikto
  • Sub Domain
  • Recon ng
  • Knockpy
  • Nmap
  • Burp Suite Cont
  • Spider
  • Scanner
  • Intruder
  • Repeater
  • Sequencer
  • Analyzing Sequencer Data
  • Decoder
  • Comparer
  • Save and Restore
  • Authorization
  • BWap
  • wapplayzer
  • Firebug
  • Hack bar
  • User agent Switcher
  • Sublist3r
  • WordPress Hacking
  • WP Scan
  • WP Scan Codex
  • WP Scan Template Monster
  • WP Scan theme
  • WP Scan User
  • CMS Map
  • Cross-site scripting (XSS)
  • XSS Demo
  • XSS Lenovo Yahoo
  • XSS Uber
  • XSS Paypal
  • XSS WhatsApp Facebook
  • Counter Measures for XSS
  • SQL Injection (SQLi)
  • SQL Drupal
  • Facebook SQL Injection
  • Counter Measures for SQL
  • Template Injection
  • Clickjacking
  • Clickjacking
  • Clickjacking Report
  • Clickjacking Injection Similar Report
  • IFrame Demo
  • Open Redirect Vulnerability
  • Open Redirect Report
  • Open Redirect Similar Report
  • Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
  • CSRF (Change Password) Demo
  • CSRF Injection
  • CSRF Townwars
  • CRF Badoo
  • CRLF Injectio Similar Report
  • Shellshock
  • SSRF
  • SSRF Similar Report
  • Full Path Disclosure
  • Full Path Disclosure
  • Fill Path Disclosure Similar Report
  • Insecure Cryptographic Storage
  • Insecure Direct object References
  • Broken Authentication and Session Management
  • Authorize
  • Broken Auth - Insecure Login Forms demo
  • Privilege
  • Privilege bookfresh
  • Testing for privilege
  • Session Mgmt - Administrative Portals
  • session report
  • Application Logic Report
  • Application Logic similar Report
  • HTML Injection
  • html injection report
  • HTML Injection similar Report
  • html injection demo
  • XML external entity
  • XXE similar Reports
  • Sub domain take over
  • sub domain take over
  • Sub Domain Take Over Report
  • Remote file Insulation
  • Remote code execution
  • Remote Code Execution
  • Remote Code Execution similar Reports
  • Cookies
  • crt.sh
  • Sensitive Data Exposure
  • Buffer Overflow
  • Buffer Overflow Similar Report
  • IDOR
  • IDOR Similar Report
  • DNS misconfiguration
  • DNS Misconfiguration Similar Reports
  • Denail of service (DoS)
  • Denail of service (DoS)
  • DOS report
  • DOS similar report
  • Finding Report using Google
  • Searching Similar Reports
  • HTTP Parameter Pollution
  • OSINT
  • Methodology
  • Methodology
  • 2 Analyze the Application
  • 3 Test Client-side Controls
  • 4 Authentication Mechanism
  • 5 Test Session
  • 06 Test Access Control
  • 07 Test for input-based vulnerabilities
  • 08 Test for Function
  • 09-Testing for Logic Flaws
  • 10- Test for Shared Hosting Vulnerabilities
  • 11-Testing for Application Server Vulnerabilities
  • 12- Miscellaneous Checks
  • 13- Follow Up Any Information Leakage
  • Reporting Vulnerability 1
  • Reporting Vulnerability 2
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed